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In this connection it is desirable to note that an element T. e r(3) has an inverse

as an element of B(3:) if and only if a has an inverse in 3 and that when this

inverse T."

In this connection it is desirable to note that an element T. e r(3) has an inverse

as an element of B(3:) if and only if a has an inverse in 3 and that when this

inverse T."

**exists**, then T.' = T, ... Clearly if w=1**exists**then T.- T. = T, T-1 = I. If T.'**exists**...Page 1057

Thus (2) gives “so-wo dy Q F(K 4 f)(u) = (2+)-"/* lim es so X,(y) | - |imo s2(y) n

zone"d) F(f)(u), j—-co En |y| provided only that the limit in the braces in this last

equation

show ...

Thus (2) gives “so-wo dy Q F(K 4 f)(u) = (2+)-"/* lim es so X,(y) | - |imo s2(y) n

zone"d) F(f)(u), j—-co En |y| provided only that the limit in the braces in this last

equation

**exists**. Thus, to complete the proof of the present lemma, it suffices toshow ...

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Then there

such that Ar = PQr, are \), P denoting the orthogonal projection of S), on S). 29 Let

{T,} be a sequence of bounded operators in Hilbert space X). Then there

...

Then there

**exists**a Hilbert space S, D \, and an orthogonal projection Q in Qisuch that Ar = PQr, are \), P denoting the orthogonal projection of S), on S). 29 Let

{T,} be a sequence of bounded operators in Hilbert space X). Then there

**exists**a...

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