## Linear Operators: Spectral operators |

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exception , used from

concerning approximation of integrable functions by smooth functions . The

exception is Sobolev ' s theorem , which is used only in the proof of a corollary

unessential ...

exception , used from

**Chapter**XIV are elementary self - contained lemmasconcerning approximation of integrable functions by smooth functions . The

exception is Sobolev ' s theorem , which is used only in the proof of a corollary

unessential ...

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19 was presented as a corollary to the preceding theorem , but since it is

essential for a number of the deep results in

applications to some of the most difficult problems of contemporary atomic

physics , we ...

19 was presented as a corollary to the preceding theorem , but since it is

essential for a number of the deep results in

**Chapter**XX which have importantapplications to some of the most difficult problems of contemporary atomic

physics , we ...

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properties of the set of eigenvectors of a perturbed operator . These theorems

make assertions less specific than those obtained in the first sections of

XIX ...

**Chapter**XIX ends with a section which gives results concerning completenessproperties of the set of eigenvectors of a perturbed operator . These theorems

make assertions less specific than those obtained in the first sections of

**Chapter**XIX ...

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SPECTRAL OPERATORS | 1924 |

An Operational Calculus for Bounded Spectral | 1941 |

Part | 1950 |

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