## 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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... and ( 32 ) that there exists a finite

... and ( 32 ) that there exists a finite

**constant**N ( y , B ) depending only on y and ß such that 80 ( 34 ) ( S ** | ( [ \ B ) } ] ] * ds } " * 5 Mly .Page 2439

Since there exists a positive

Since there exists a positive

**constant**co such that ( sin 0 2 co sin ( 0/2 ) for 0 5101 571/2 , formula ( 30 ) follows at once .Page 2441

This shows that there exists a finite absolute

This shows that there exists a finite absolute

**constant**c ' such that I ( Q ) | Sc ' ( 1 +10 ) - n + 1 . Using this inequality and using ( 37 ) , we see ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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### Contents

SPECTRAL OPERATORS | 1924 |

Introduction | 1927 |

Terminology and Preliminary Notions | 1929 |

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