## Linear Operators: Spectral operators |

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A B-

a B-

”, (ry)* = yor” (x,y)* = &r”, (r”)* = r. All of the examples mentioned above, with the ...

A B-

**algebra**3 is commutative in case ary = y:z for all a and y in 3. An involution ina B-

**algebra**& is a mapping r → r* of 3 into itself with the properties (r-i-y)* = a ++y”, (ry)* = yor” (x,y)* = &r”, (r”)* = r. All of the examples mentioned above, with the ...

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The

operation * of involution is defined by equation (i) is a B"-

objective in this section is to characterize commutative B*-algebras. It will be

shown ...

The

**algebra**B(S)) of all bounded linear operators in Hilbert space X) in which theoperation * of involution is defined by equation (i) is a B"-

**algebra**. Our chiefobjective in this section is to characterize commutative B*-algebras. It will be

shown ...

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One of these algebras, namely the

met before. For convenience, its definition and some of its properties will be

restated here. For every f in L1(R) the convolution (s' g)(x) = s.st-w)gly)ay. ge L2(

R), ...

One of these algebras, namely the

**algebra**QI of the preceding section, we havemet before. For convenience, its definition and some of its properties will be

restated here. For every f in L1(R) the convolution (s' g)(x) = s.st-w)gly)ay. ge L2(

R), ...

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### Contents

BAlgebras | 859 |

Commutative BAlgebras | 868 |

4 Exercises | 879 |

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