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However , this

However , this

**operator**is not self**adjoint**for it is clear from the above equations that any function g with a continuous first derivative has the property that dt d , 8 ) = ( 1 , ) . d TED li di ) dt and thus any such g , even though ...Page 1270

The problem of determining whether a given symmetric

The problem of determining whether a given symmetric

**operator**has a self**adjoint**extension is of crucial importance in determining whether the spectral theorem may be employed . If the answer to this problem is affirmative , it is ...Page 1548

extensions of S and Ŝ respectively , and let 2 , ( T ) and 2n ( f ) be the numbers defined for the self adjoint operators T and Î as in Exercise D2 . Show that 2n ( T ) Z1n ( Î ) , n 2 1 . Dii Let T , be a self

extensions of S and Ŝ respectively , and let 2 , ( T ) and 2n ( f ) be the numbers defined for the self adjoint operators T and Î as in Exercise D2 . Show that 2n ( T ) Z1n ( Î ) , n 2 1 . Dii Let T , be a self

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