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Then t is

Then t is

**finite**below 2 if and only if T is**finite**below a . PROOF . This follows immediately from Lemma 22 and Corollary 6.3 . Q.E.D. 27 COROLLARY .Page 1459

A formally positive formally symmetric formal differential operator t is

A formally positive formally symmetric formal differential operator t is

**finite**below zero . PROOF . It is obvious from Definition 20 that t is bounded ...Page 1468

Ti ( t ) t = 2,1 , it follows that E , L , is

Ti ( t ) t = 2,1 , it follows that E , L , is

**finite**dimensional for each i = 1 , ... , p . We may consequently find a**finite**orthonormal basis 91 , ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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