## Linear Operators: Spectral operators |

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For every set o in and every such matrix Â ( 8 ) we

Â ( 8 ) , SEO , = 0 , 8€ 0 , and the operator Â , in HP according to the ... It is clear

that for such sets o the operator Â , is a bounded everywhere

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that for such sets o the operator Â , is a bounded everywhere

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in the notation for the natural closed extension As , for in this case the symbol A is

used for the restriction As to ø , that is , the formal differential operator which

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in the notation for the natural closed extension As , for in this case the symbol A is

used for the restriction As to ø , that is , the formal differential operator which

**defines**As . The spectra of the unbounded operators we have been discussing in...

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**defined**on the Borel sets of the plane Þ are positive and vanish outsideen . Moreover , there is a natural continuous linear map Tn of EnX into t = 1 L ( P ,

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SPECTRAL OPERATORS | 1924 |

An Operational Calculus for Bounded Spectral | 1941 |

Part | 1950 |

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