## Linear Operators: Spectral operators |

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Some Examples of

many illustrations of such operators will be found in Chapters XIX and XX, we

introduce ...

Some Examples of

**Unbounded**Spectral Operators Although the topic of**unbounded**spectral operators will be treated in some detail in Chapter XVIII andmany illustrations of such operators will be found in Chapters XIX and XX, we

introduce ...

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CHAPTER XVIII

the course of Chapters XII, XIII, and XIV that in order to apply the spectral theory

of Hermitian operators to ordinary and partial differential operators it is first ...

CHAPTER XVIII

**Unbounded**Spectral Operators 1. Introduction It was shown inthe course of Chapters XII, XIII, and XIV that in order to apply the spectral theory

of Hermitian operators to ordinary and partial differential operators it is first ...

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subsets of the complex plane. Let T be a linear operator whose domain and

range are contained in a complex fi-space X. Then T is said to be a spectral

operator if ...

**Unbounded**Spectral Operators 1 Definition. Let 38 denote the cr-field of Borelsubsets of the complex plane. Let T be a linear operator whose domain and

range are contained in a complex fi-space X. Then T is said to be a spectral

operator if ...

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SPECTRAL OPERATORS | 1924 |

Spectra Operators | 1925 |

Terminology and Preliminary Notions | 1928 |

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