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If T is a positive self adjoint transformation, there is a

transformation A such that A3 = T. Pnoor. By Lemma 2, o(T) Q [0, co) and, by

Theorem 2.6(d), the positive function f(/1) = 1* on a(T) defines the self adjoint ...

If T is a positive self adjoint transformation, there is a

**unique**positive self adjointtransformation A such that A3 = T. Pnoor. By Lemma 2, o(T) Q [0, co) and, by

Theorem 2.6(d), the positive function f(/1) = 1* on a(T) defines the self adjoint ...

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Finally we show that the decomposition T = PA of the theorem is

Lemma ... Since A is

of P(A.:c) = Tx. Further the extension of P by continuity from §R(A) to §li(A) is

Finally we show that the decomposition T = PA of the theorem is

**unique**. ByLemma ... Since A is

**unique**, P is**uniquely**determined on Ell(A) by the equationof P(A.:c) = Tx. Further the extension of P by continuity from §R(A) to §li(A) is

**unique**.Page 1513

Let Ft be the

and exponents which has the form z“*'(1 +z+ . . .) near z = 0. Then, since F, and F:

together comprise a basis for the solutions of our equation, we have a relation ...

Let Ft be the

**unique**solution of the equation with these same regular singularitiesand exponents which has the form z“*'(1 +z+ . . .) near z = 0. Then, since F, and F:

together comprise a basis for the solutions of our equation, we have a relation ...

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