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It will next be

To see this it will , in view of Corollary II . 3 . 13 , suffice to show that * * ( 20 - y ) =

0 for every linear functional 3 * which vanishes on ( 101 – T ) X . If w * is such a ...

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**shown**that the vector x - y is in the closure of the manifold ( – T ) X .To see this it will , in view of Corollary II . 3 . 13 , suffice to show that * * ( 20 - y ) =

0 for every linear functional 3 * which vanishes on ( 101 – T ) X . If w * is such a ...

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... B is a bounded Boolean algebra of projections on X , then X has an equivalent

norm such that the functionals given by Lemma 3 . 12 can be expressed by

means of a semi - inner product . On the other hand , Walsh [ 2 ; p . 315 ] has

... B is a bounded Boolean algebra of projections on X , then X has an equivalent

norm such that the functionals given by Lemma 3 . 12 can be expressed by

means of a semi - inner product . On the other hand , Walsh [ 2 ; p . 315 ] has

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multiplicity on B , Lemma 2 permits us to restrict our attention to 6 . 5 LEMMA .

The set 6 is a dense o - ideal in B . A projection belongs to 6 if and only if it is the

carrier ...

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**shown**that C is a dense o - ideal in B and thus , in defining themultiplicity on B , Lemma 2 permits us to restrict our attention to 6 . 5 LEMMA .

The set 6 is a dense o - ideal in B . A projection belongs to 6 if and only if it is the

carrier ...

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SPECTRAL OPERATORS | 1924 |

An Operational Calculus for Bounded Spectral | 1941 |

Part | 1950 |

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