## Linear Operators: Self Adjoint Operators in Hilbert Space. Spectral theory. Part II |

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The Peter - Weyl Theorem 1.4 is basic to the theory of

groups . ... Then a

homomorphism g → R ( g ) of G into the group of bounded invertible linear

transformations ...

The Peter - Weyl Theorem 1.4 is basic to the theory of

**representations**of compactgroups . ... Then a

**representation**R of G in X is a strongly continuoushomomorphism g → R ( g ) of G into the group of bounded invertible linear

transformations ...

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Any finite dimensional

irreducible

dimensional

generality ...

Any finite dimensional

**representation**of a compact group G is a direct sum ofirreducible

**representations**. This theorem shows that in studying finitedimensional

**representations**of a compact group G we may , without loss ofgenerality ...

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A spectral

self adjoint operator T in H is said to be an ordered

T. The measure u is called the measure of the ordered

A spectral

**representation**of a Hilbert space H onto { n - 1 L2 ( en ) relative to aself adjoint operator T in H is said to be an ordered

**representation**of H relative toT. The measure u is called the measure of the ordered

**representation**. The sets ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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### Contents

SPECTRAL THEORY Self Adjoint Operators in Hilbert Space | 858 |

BAlgebras | 859 |

Preliminary Notions | 865 |

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