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19 and many other similar problems may be given as a finite expression
involving only elementary functions . The explicit details of calculation are in the
text . Even the much more general problem of Theorem XV . 12 . 21 has the
kernel which ...
Suppose also that A and B are integral operators with Hölder - continuous
kernels Q ( x , y ) and B ( x , y ) . Then BR ( A ) A js the integral operator with the
kernel po b ( x , t ) a ( t , y ) dt : a - t this kernel is Hölder - continuous in all the
Krein proves that the function log 4 ( z ) has the integral representation log 4 ( 2 )
= 1 * ) , da , where the kernel function & satisfies the integral inequality dd = | H2 -
Hilli , the norm on the right being the trace norm of Chapter XI . Moreover , Krein ...
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