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t mapping

e) = Z(t(e)), ee B, where 3 is the family of Borel sets

measure

t mapping

**R**onto all**of R**with the properties [**r**, m) = e^*("), a e**R**, m e**R**and 2:tu(e) = Z(t(e)), ee B, where 3 is the family of Borel sets

**in R**and where 2 is Haarmeasure

**on R**. PRoof. For a fixed m in .40 =**R**, the character [w, m), a e**R**, is a ...Page 1291

Our next task is to prove that if t is regular Ti(

adjoint it will follow that

(cf. Lemma XII.4.3') that every self adjoint extension of

Our next task is to prove that if t is regular Ti(

**r**) = To(t”)*. In case t is formally selfadjoint it will follow that

**To(r**) C T (t) = To(t)*, showing that**To(r**) is symmetric, and(cf. Lemma XII.4.3') that every self adjoint extension of

**To(r**) is a restriction of Ti(**r**).Page 1437

Suppose that a bounded sequence {fi} of elements of Q(

–70)f,} converges but the sequence {fi} has no convergent subsequence. Then,

since

Suppose that a bounded sequence {fi} of elements of Q(

**To(r**)) exists such that {(**r**–70)f,} converges but the sequence {fi} has no convergent subsequence. Then,

since

**To(r**) C Ti(**r**), it follows immediately from the preceding lemma that Zoe ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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