## Linear Operators: Spectral Theory : Self Adjoint Operators in Hilbert Space, Volume 2 |

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... of Kato - Kuroda has a long history in physics : many elaborate calculations

have been based upon it , and it has even suggested a standpoint which certain

physicists have been willing to

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... of Kato - Kuroda has a long history in physics : many elaborate calculations

have been based upon it , and it has even suggested a standpoint which certain

physicists have been willing to

**consider**as an axiomatic basis for quantum theory.

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( Hint : Use the procedure of the corresponding part of Exercise 7 . ) ( b ) If a € A is

purely subdiagonal , then the transformation 2 →Sz + az in the space l , is similar

to the transformation S . 9

( Hint : Use the procedure of the corresponding part of Exercise 7 . ) ( b ) If a € A is

purely subdiagonal , then the transformation 2 →Sz + az in the space l , is similar

to the transformation S . 9

**Consider**the Hilbert space L2 = L2 ( 0 , 1 ) , and the ...Page 2486

Spectral Theory : Self Adjoint Operators in Hilbert Space Nelson Dunford, Jacob

Theodore Schwartz. 14 Let H be a Hilbert space , R the real axis , and

the space L2 = L2 ( R , H ) . Let H be the self adjoint operator in L , defined by ( Hf

) ...

Spectral Theory : Self Adjoint Operators in Hilbert Space Nelson Dunford, Jacob

Theodore Schwartz. 14 Let H be a Hilbert space , R the real axis , and

**consider**the space L2 = L2 ( R , H ) . Let H be the self adjoint operator in L , defined by ( Hf

) ...

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