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The inverse of a

only if its domain is

which maps ( x , y ] into [ y , x ] then T ( T - 1 ) = A I ( T ) which shows that T is

The inverse of a

**closed**operator is**closed**. A bounded operator is**closed**if andonly if its domain is

**closed**. Proof . If A , is the isometric automorphism in H OHwhich maps ( x , y ] into [ y , x ] then T ( T - 1 ) = A I ( T ) which shows that T is

**closed**...Page 1391

We begin by defining a certain type of " spectrum ” for the formal differential

operator t . 1 DEFINITION . Let T be a

set of complex numbers à such that the range of AI - T is not

We begin by defining a certain type of " spectrum ” for the formal differential

operator t . 1 DEFINITION . Let T be a

**closed**operator in Hilbert space . Then theset of complex numbers à such that the range of AI - T is not

**closed**is called the ...Page 1392

Nelson Dunford, Jacob T. Schwartz, William G. Bade, Robert G. Bartle. by what

has been shown above Y + Nn - m is

establish the converse part of the present lemma under the additional hypothesis

that ...

Nelson Dunford, Jacob T. Schwartz, William G. Bade, Robert G. Bartle. by what

has been shown above Y + Nn - m is

**closed**, it is sufficient for this purpose toestablish the converse part of the present lemma under the additional hypothesis

that ...

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