## Linear Operators: Part III: Spectral Operators [by] Nelson Dunford and Jacob T. Schwartz, with the Assistance of William G. Bade and Robert G. Bartle, Volume 1 |

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Let E be a spectral measure in the complex B - space X which is defined and

countably additive on a o - field of subsets of a

measurable function defined on the complex plane . Then 2 ) ) E ( d ) ) = l g ( u ) E

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Let E be a spectral measure in the complex B - space X which is defined and

countably additive on a o - field of subsets of a

**set**1 and let g be a bounded**Borel**measurable function defined on the complex plane . Then 2 ) ) E ( d ) ) = l g ( u ) E

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Now E , is defined and countably additive on the field of

commutes with S ( f ) . Thus to see that E , is the resolution of the identity for s ( f )

it will suffice to show that 1 . ( iv ) O ( S ( f ) | E ( 8 ) X ) $ 8 for every

complex ...

Now E , is defined and countably additive on the field of

**Borel sets**and itcommutes with S ( f ) . Thus to see that E , is the resolution of the identity for s ( f )

it will suffice to show that 1 . ( iv ) O ( S ( f ) | E ( 8 ) X ) $ 8 for every

**Borel set**8 ofcomplex ...

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Let T be a spectral operator with resolution of the identity E , and let f be a

function analytic in an open set U such that E ( U ) ... The operator f ( T ) of

Definition 8 is closed , linear , and independent of the particular sequence of

Let T be a spectral operator with resolution of the identity E , and let f be a

function analytic in an open set U such that E ( U ) ... The operator f ( T ) of

Definition 8 is closed , linear , and independent of the particular sequence of

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### Contents

SPECTRAL OPERATORS | 1924 |

Introduction | 1927 |

Terminology and Preliminary Notions | 1929 |

Copyright | |

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