## Linear Operators: Spectral theory |

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... i.e. , with all the maximal ideals of the algebra

... i.e. , with all the maximal ideals of the algebra

**obtained**by adjoining an identity to Ly ( R ) except the point at infinity of M. Now in an algebra with identity every ideal is contained in a maximal ideal , but if an identity is ...Page 1318

ol Suppose that the homogeneous system

ol Suppose that the homogeneous system

**obtained**from equations [ l ' ] and [ 2 ' ) has a non - trivial solution & ( C ) , Po ( c ) , and let K. ( - ) be the function ( of the variable s )**obtained**by substituting and po for d ; and Pi ...Page 1624

In the same way , the functions cos tvā

In the same way , the functions cos tvā

**obtained**from the operator To enjoy the property focos 8V7 . cos tvõu ( da ) = 0 , $ = t . Making use of these relations , Gelfand and Levitan attempt to reconstruct the functions | ( 1,2 ) by ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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