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If lim T. = T in the

the integral in [+] contains o (T,) for all sufficiently large n. From Corollary VII.6.3 it

is seen that, in the

If lim T. = T in the

**norm**of HS it follows from Lemma VII.6.5 that the contour C ofthe integral in [+] contains o (T,) for all sufficiently large n. From Corollary VII.6.3 it

is seen that, in the

**norm**of HS1, lim [A, -T.]−1 = [A, -T]−1 *—-co uniformly for A ...Page 1297

The first

Now Ti(t) is an adjoint (Theorem 10); therefore (cf. XII.1.6) T(T(r)) is complete in

the

of ...

The first

**norm**is the**norm**of the pair [f, Tif) as an element of the graph of Ti(r).Now Ti(t) is an adjoint (Theorem 10); therefore (cf. XII.1.6) T(T(r)) is complete in

the

**norm**|f||1. Since the two additional terms in fle are the**norm**of f as an elementof ...

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... a

? is a normed linear space. The

for example, any one of the following

... a

**norm**||, i.e., if each of the spaces 3., is a normed linear space, then the space? is a normed linear space. The

**norm**in 3 may be introduced in a variety of ways;for example, any one of the following

**norms**defines the product topology in 3.### What people are saying - Write a review

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