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

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RN Similarly , functions on RN may

sometimes

is equivalent to the statement that for any two polynomials P , Q in N variables ...

RN Similarly , functions on RN may

**determine**tempered distributions just as theysometimes

**determine**distributions . For example , since convergence on → in 0is equivalent to the statement that for any two polynomials P , Q in N variables ...

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... and ( ii ) ( iii ) T ( 1 ) H ? 5 ( 2 ) T ( 2 ) ( RN ) , t > 0 . For every qo ) in H2 there is

a uniquely

H2 if a ? < 0 ) which is differentiable for t > 0 and has the properties olt ) e ( 2 ) T ...

... and ( ii ) ( iii ) T ( 1 ) H ? 5 ( 2 ) T ( 2 ) ( RN ) , t > 0 . For every qo ) in H2 there is

a uniquely

**determined**continuous map t o ( t ) of ( 0 , 0 ) into H2 ( of ( - 00 , 0 ] intoH2 if a ? < 0 ) which is differentiable for t > 0 and has the properties olt ) e ( 2 ) T ...

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which exclude the whole complex plane from the spectrum of the operator they

operators having eigenvalues 1 =

which exclude the whole complex plane from the spectrum of the operator they

**determine**. ... These boundary conditions**determine**discrete differentialoperators having eigenvalues 1 =

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