## Linear Operators: Spectral operators |

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The following

Then ( ^ 4 * ) ( s ) = 8 – t ) . 12

be in L4 ...

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**examples**are among the most familiar convolutions in A . 11**EXAMPLE**( Translation ) . Let dy ( 0 ) = 1 if t is in o ; otherwise let de ( 0 ) = 0 .Then ( ^ 4 * ) ( s ) = 8 – t ) . 12

**EXAMPLE**( Convolution by an L , function ) . Let fbe in L4 ...

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SPECTRAL SPECTRAL ( 32 ) ( f * cp ) ( 8 ) = S . ( 8 — t ) q ( e ) dt " RN exists , as

a Lebesgue integral , for each s in RN . Consider first the case where q is in Lin

L2 . The preceding

and ...

SPECTRAL SPECTRAL ( 32 ) ( f * cp ) ( 8 ) = S . ( 8 — t ) q ( e ) dt " RN exists , as

a Lebesgue integral , for each s in RN . Consider first the case where q is in Lin

L2 . The preceding

**example**shows that $ * & p = 9 + 9 = S ( 5 ) e ( ds ) is in L ,and ...

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and ( 15 ) and the spectra of their natural closed extensions are readily obtained .

An amusing

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**examples**are afforded by the formal differential operators ( 13 ) , ( 14 ) ,and ( 15 ) and the spectra of their natural closed extensions are readily obtained .

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**example**which has features not seen in the preceding**examples**is ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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SPECTRAL OPERATORS | 1924 |

Spectral Operators | 1925 |

Terminology and Preliminary Notions | 1928 |

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