## Linear Operators: Spectral operators |

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for some E - measurable and essentially bounded complex

RN Before illustrating the results of the preceding section , we shall examine the

structure of these operators in A and in particular show that many of the ...

for some E - measurable and essentially bounded complex

**valued**function â onRN Before illustrating the results of the preceding section , we shall examine the

structure of these operators in A and in particular show that many of the ...

Page 1991

exists for every vector

measurable . In particular , if f is continuous and has its values in a compact set ,

it is l - measurable and thus integrable . For , in this case , the range of f may be

covered ...

exists for every vector

**valued**function f on RN which is bounded and d -measurable . In particular , if f is continuous and has its values in a compact set ,

it is l - measurable and thus integrable . For , in this case , the range of f may be

covered ...

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The single

not have the single

S . Kakutani ( see Dunford [ 18 ] ) . Kesel ' man ( 1 ) gave necessary conditions for

...

The single

**valued**extension property . The example of an operator which doesnot have the single

**valued**extension property that is given in Section 2 is due toS . Kakutani ( see Dunford [ 18 ] ) . Kesel ' man ( 1 ) gave necessary conditions for

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SPECTRAL OPERATORS | 1924 |

An Operational Calculus for Bounded Spectral | 1941 |

Part | 1950 |

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