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The set of functions f in Ly ( R ) for which f

The set of functions f in Ly ( R ) for which f

**vanishes**in a neighborhood of ... B , u ) which**vanish**outside of compact sets is dense in this space ...Page 997

Since of is in Li ( R ) L ( R ) whenever f is , it follows that Ø maps each function in L ( R ) , L2 ( R ) into a continuous function on R which

Since of is in Li ( R ) L ( R ) whenever f is , it follows that Ø maps each function in L ( R ) , L2 ( R ) into a continuous function on R which

**vanishes**at ...Page 1651

and g

and g

**vanishes**outside K , then Yk9-9**vanishes**outside a compact subset of 1 - Cp , so that G ( q ) = F ( 49 ) F ( 9 ) . Thus G | I = F. If KCp = 0 and the ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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