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Expressed differently , the cofactor of aij is

by 1 and all the other elements of the ith row and jth column by 0 and calculating

the resulting determinant . Denoting the cofactor of aig by Ais , it may be seen ...

Expressed differently , the cofactor of aij is

**obtained**by replacing the element aigby 1 and all the other elements of the ith row and jth column by 0 and calculating

the resulting determinant . Denoting the cofactor of aig by Ais , it may be seen ...

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among other things , that the Bohr compactification of a locally compact Abelian

group G may be

its discrete topology , and then taking the character group of this discrete group .

among other things , that the Bohr compactification of a locally compact Abelian

group G may be

**obtained**by taking the character group Ĝ of G , equipping Ĝ withits discrete topology , and then taking the character group of this discrete group .

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54 , 2 ] had

neighborhood of a pole . A special case of Theorem 1 . 9 is due to Weyr [ 1 ] , and

in full generality it was proved by Hensel [ 1 ] . In regard to Theorem 1 . 10 ,

Frobenius [ 3 ; p .

54 , 2 ] had

**obtained**expansions for the resolvent ( 21 - T ) - 1 in theneighborhood of a pole . A special case of Theorem 1 . 9 is due to Weyr [ 1 ] , and

in full generality it was proved by Hensel [ 1 ] . In regard to Theorem 1 . 10 ,

Frobenius [ 3 ; p .

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### Contents

B Topological Preliminaries | 10 |

Algebraic Preliminaries 84 | 34 |

Three Basic Principles of Linear Analysis | 49 |

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