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This shows that ( vi ) holds for every

continuous function g . A repetition of this argument shows that it also holds if f

and g are both

commute and ...

This shows that ( vi ) holds for every

**bounded**Borel function f and everycontinuous function g . A repetition of this argument shows that it also holds if f

and g are both

**bounded**Borel functions . Thus the**operators**f ( T ) and g ( T )commute and ...

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Since f xe is a bounded function , the operator Tlf xe ) is a

is in E ( @ ) X as well as in E ( e ) X , it follows from the operational calculus for

bounded functions ( cf . XVII . 2 . 10 ) that TƯxe ) 2 = TƯxe ) ( + ) x = TƯxee ) ?

Since f xe is a bounded function , the operator Tlf xe ) is a

**bounded operator**. If xis in E ( @ ) X as well as in E ( e ) X , it follows from the operational calculus for

bounded functions ( cf . XVII . 2 . 10 ) that TƯxe ) 2 = TƯxe ) ( + ) x = TƯxee ) ?

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An attempt to follow the development in the

runs into difficulties . The

quasi - nilpotent restriction to each space E ( 0 ) X with o

An attempt to follow the development in the

**bounded**case by writing N = T - Sruns into difficulties . The

**operator**N , although easily seen by Lemma 2 to have aquasi - nilpotent restriction to each space E ( 0 ) X with o

**bounded**, need not be ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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SPECTRAL OPERATORS | 1924 |

An Operational Calculus for Bounded Spectral | 1941 |

Part | 1950 |

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