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R. - 1 n - 1 48 ( Fredholm Determinant Series ) Let the hypotheses of the

R. - 1 n - 1 48 ( Fredholm Determinant Series ) Let the hypotheses of the

**preceding**exercise be satisfied , and suppose that the Hilbert space of that exercise is L ( S , E , y ) , where ( S , E , u ) is a positive measure space .Page 1419

By the

By the

**preceding**lemma , -f ( t ) < fi ( t ) in [ si + 1 , mi + 1 ] . ... To prove the corollary it suffices to make the change of variablet → -t in the**preceding**corollary . Q.E.D. PROOF OF THEOREM 24. If the function q of Theorem 24 ...Page 1425

It follows from the

It follows from the

**preceding**lemma that there exists a constant k such that for all t in { a , o ) , [ * ] k max \ | ( s ) 2 max l / ' ( s ) l . اک 8 که اکو که Indeed , if this were not the case , then to every integer m we could ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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