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Clearly the requirement that x and g ( u ) = u be

Clearly the requirement that x and g ( u ) = u be

**corresponding**elements determines the * -isomorphism uniquely and we are thus led to the following definition . 12 DEFINITION . Let x be an element of a commutative B * -algebra and let ...Page 942

Thus every eigenfunction of T , which

Thus every eigenfunction of T , which

**corresponds**to a non - zero eigenvalue is a finite dimensional continuous function . Hence N is orthogonal to every eigenfunction of T , except to those**corresponding**to 2 = 0.Page 1780

An equivalence class U of vectors u , will be said to

An equivalence class U of vectors u , will be said to

**correspond**to an equivalence class V of if there is a pair of vectors , one from U and one from V , with a non - zero inner product . Suppose that U and V are**corresponding**...### What people are saying - Write a review

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