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Q.E.D. 5 DEFINITION. The uniquely defined spectral measure associated, in

Corollary 4, with the normal operator T is called the resolution of the

In order to relate this notion of the resolution of the

Section ...

Q.E.D. 5 DEFINITION. The uniquely defined spectral measure associated, in

Corollary 4, with the normal operator T is called the resolution of the

**identity**for T.In order to relate this notion of the resolution of the

**identity**with that given inSection ...

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Let E and E be the resolutions of the

Corollary 2.7 it is seen that E = VEV-1 and hence that F(T) = VF(T)V-1 for every

bounded Borel function F. The mapping W = ÜV of § onto X.A. L.,(3, pi) is clearly

an ...

Let E and E be the resolutions of the

**identity**for T and T respectively. FromCorollary 2.7 it is seen that E = VEV-1 and hence that F(T) = VF(T)V-1 for every

bounded Borel function F. The mapping W = ÜV of § onto X.A. L.,(3, pi) is clearly

an ...

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By induction on Jil, we can readily show that a formal

6'18", + X. C.J., a j(a)?', |J| <|J1+|Jal with suitable coefficients C,..., holds for every

function Cin CŞ(I). Making use of

By induction on Jil, we can readily show that a formal

**identity**(1) 6", C(r)6/2 = C(r)6'18", + X. C.J., a j(a)?', |J| <|J1+|Jal with suitable coefficients C,..., holds for every

function Cin CŞ(I). Making use of

**identities**of the type (1), we may evidently ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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