## Linear Operators: Spectral operators |

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CHAPTER XIII Ordinary

Properties of Formal

the most important single class of operators are the

study of ...

CHAPTER XIII Ordinary

**Differential**Operators 1. Introduction: ElementaryProperties of Formal

**Differential**Operators From the point of view of applications,the most important single class of operators are the

**differential**operators. Thestudy of ...

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In the same way, the formal

dt)" is formally self adjoint provided that p(t) is a real function. If we use these

observations inductively, we can give a closed form for the most general formally

...

In the same way, the formal

**differential**operator (i/2)(d/dt)"{p(t)(d/dt)+(d/dt)p(t)}(d/dt)" is formally self adjoint provided that p(t) is a real function. If we use these

observations inductively, we can give a closed form for the most general formally

...

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Reducing his use of functional analysis to a minimum, Titchmarsh undertook in a

long series of papers [5 through 16] the task of calculating the spectral measure

of a singular

Reducing his use of functional analysis to a minimum, Titchmarsh undertook in a

long series of papers [5 through 16] the task of calculating the spectral measure

of a singular

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### Contents

BAlgebras | 859 |

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Linear Operators, Part 1 Nelson Dunford,Jacob T. Schwartz,William G. Bade,Robert G. Bartle Snippet view - 1958 |

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