## Linear Operators: Spectral operators |

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A bounded operator T in Hilbert space S) is called unitary if TTo = To T = I; it is

called self adjoint, symmetric or Hermitian if T = To;

if (Tr, r) > 0 for every a in \); and

A bounded operator T in Hilbert space S) is called unitary if TTo = To T = I; it is

called self adjoint, symmetric or Hermitian if T = To;

**positive**if it is self adjoint andif (Tr, r) > 0 for every a in \); and

**positive**definite if it is**positive**and (Tr, r) > 0 for ...Page 1247

Q.E.D. Next we shall require some information on

transformations and their square roots. 2 LEMMA. A self adjoint transformation T

is

resolution ...

Q.E.D. Next we shall require some information on

**positive**self adjointtransformations and their square roots. 2 LEMMA. A self adjoint transformation T

is

**positive**if and only if o(T) is a subset of the interval [0, co). PRoof. Let E be theresolution ...

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Let {u} be a

respect to a

the equations p,(e)=|n,(A)p(dA), where e is any bounded Borel set, then the

matria.

Let {u} be a

**positive**matria measure whose elements u, are continuous withrespect to a

**positive**g-finite measure u. If the matria of densities {m,} is defined bythe equations p,(e)=|n,(A)p(dA), where e is any bounded Borel set, then the

matria.

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BAlgebras | 859 |

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Linear Operators, Part 1 Nelson Dunford,Jacob T. Schwartz,William G. Bade,Robert G. Bartle Snippet view - 1958 |

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