## 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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Since Êx ; ( 8 ) + 0 there is a vector 4 ( s ) in EP with [ 4 ( 8 ) ] = 1 and 4 ( 8 ) = Êxy

( ) ( s ) . Thus , since Exy ( 8 ) and Exg ( 8 ) are disjoint projections if q #j , it

follows from ( 35 ) that R ( ; Â ( s ) ) " 4 ( 8 ) = 4 ( 8 ) ( 1 – Axy ( s ) ) -- and ( 39 )

Since Êx ; ( 8 ) + 0 there is a vector 4 ( s ) in EP with [ 4 ( 8 ) ] = 1 and 4 ( 8 ) = Êxy

( ) ( s ) . Thus , since Exy ( 8 ) and Exg ( 8 ) are disjoint projections if q #j , it

follows from ( 35 ) that R ( ; Â ( s ) ) " 4 ( 8 ) = 4 ( 8 ) ( 1 – Axy ( s ) ) -- and ( 39 )

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... it follows from Lemma XIV.2.2 that , for p < 0 , the subset of Lp ( RN ) is dense in

Lp ( RN ) and so ( iii ) follows from Theorem IV.8.1 . To prove ( iv ) suppose first

that y is in in which case a permissible interchange of integration

... it follows from Lemma XIV.2.2 that , for p < 0 , the subset of Lp ( RN ) is dense in

Lp ( RN ) and so ( iii ) follows from Theorem IV.8.1 . To prove ( iv ) suppose first

that y is in in which case a permissible interchange of integration

**gives**φεΦ .Page 2065

Thus the Gelfand theory

not an element possesses an inverse and so embeds the ... In order to apply this

procedure to a given algebra , it is sufficient to

Thus the Gelfand theory

**gives**a general procedure for determining whether ornot an element possesses an inverse and so embeds the ... In order to apply this

procedure to a given algebra , it is sufficient to

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### Contents

SPECTRAL OPERATORS | 1924 |

Introduction | 1927 |

Terminology and Preliminary Notions | 1929 |

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