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If we define , for every Borel set d , the operator E ( 8 ) to be 0 if d contains none of the spectrum { 22 , ... , } of T ... One class of scalar

If we define , for every Borel set d , the operator E ( 8 ) to be 0 if d contains none of the spectrum { 22 , ... , } of T ... One class of scalar

**functions f**, other than polynomials , for which the operator | ( T ) has already been ...Page 951

( a ) If f is - measurable , then the

( a ) If f is - measurable , then the

**function f**( x - Y ) is a 2 x 2 - measurable function . ( b ) For f , geLi ( R ) the**function f**( x - y ) g ( y ) is integrable in y for almost all x and the convolution f * g of f and g , which is ...Page 1075

14 Show that there exists continuous

14 Show that there exists continuous

**function f**in L ( -0 , +00 ) L ( -00 , + ) such that the limit in Exercise 12 fails to exist for x = 0 . 15 Show that there exists a**function f**in L ( -00 , +00 ) for which the family of functions a ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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