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of the closed set C; we shall

Since each projection in the spectral resolution of T and hence each continuous

function of T is a strong limit of linear combinations of the projections E, ...

of the closed set C; we shall

**denote**this subspace of L2[0, 1] by the symbol I,(C).Since each projection in the spectral resolution of T and hence each continuous

function of T is a strong limit of linear combinations of the projections E, ...

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... where t is a formally symmetric formal differential operator of order n defined on

I, and where r is a positive function which is infinitely often differentiable on I. (a)

Let L2(I, r)

... where t is a formally symmetric formal differential operator of order n defined on

I, and where r is a positive function which is infinitely often differentiable on I. (a)

Let L2(I, r)

**denote**the set of measurable functions defined on I for which fo = I, ...Page 1661

Then rB' will

p e C. (I). (ii) The symbol F will

equation F(q) = F(j), q e C. (I). (iii) If Io is an open subset of I then the restriction

FIo will ...

Then rB' will

**denote**the element of D,(I) defined by the equation (1 F)(q) = F(t+p),p e C. (I). (ii) The symbol F will

**denote**the element of D,(I) defined by theequation F(q) = F(j), q e C. (I). (iii) If Io is an open subset of I then the restriction

FIo will ...

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