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bounded) self adjoint operator T such that U(t) = e”. Let E be the spectral

resolution of T, and let v be the function defined by v(t) = 0 for t + 0, v(0) = 1. If u is

the element ...

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**follows from Theorem**6.1 that there exists an unbounded (or possiblybounded) self adjoint operator T such that U(t) = e”. Let E be the spectral

resolution of T, and let v be the function defined by v(t) = 0 for t + 0, v(0) = 1. If u is

the element ...

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where K(G; t, s) = X G(A)0,0s, A)o,(t, A)p,(dž). i, j=1 J e It

8. I that [s, K.G. . )*dj's M(j), tes, and that equation [*] holds for all f in L2(I). Q.E.D.

15 CoRollARY. Let T, A, and {p,} be defined as in Theorem 14. The complement ...

where K(G; t, s) = X G(A)0,0s, A)o,(t, A)p,(dž). i, j=1 J e It

**follows from Theorem**IV.8. I that [s, K.G. . )*dj's M(j), tes, and that equation [*] holds for all f in L2(I). Q.E.D.

15 CoRollARY. Let T, A, and {p,} be defined as in Theorem 14. The complement ...

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to o so no {5,) is the matrix measure of

determined for each e C N. Since A is the union of a sequence of neighborhoods

of the same type as N, the uniqueness of {6,3

to o so no {5,) is the matrix measure of

**Theorem**23, the values 6,06) are uniquelydetermined for each e C N. Since A is the union of a sequence of neighborhoods

of the same type as N, the uniqueness of {6,3

**follows**immediately. Q.E.D. 27 ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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