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nondiscrete locally compact Abelian group and integration will always be

performed with respect to a Haar measure on the group. It was observed in

Corollary 5.2 that ...

**Closure**Theorems As in the preceding section the letter R will stand for anondiscrete locally compact Abelian group and integration will always be

performed with respect to a Haar measure on the group. It was observed in

Corollary 5.2 that ...

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Now let V, be an arbitrary open subset of R with compact

from what has just been demonstrated that zy, a zvuv, - gy, i.e., zy is independent

of V. Q.E.D. 16 THEOREM. If the bounded measurable function p has its ...

Now let V, be an arbitrary open subset of R with compact

**closure**. Then it followsfrom what has just been demonstrated that zy, a zvuv, - gy, i.e., zy is independent

of V. Q.E.D. 16 THEOREM. If the bounded measurable function p has its ...

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The minimal closed symmetric extension of a symmetric operator T with dense

domain is called its

restriction of To to the

T ...

The minimal closed symmetric extension of a symmetric operator T with dense

domain is called its

**closure**, and written T. 8 LEMMA. (a) The**closure**T of T is therestriction of To to the

**closure**of Q(T) in the Hilbert space 3 (T"). (b) The operatorT ...

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