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The Hermitian operators are a subclass of B(S) which play a role in B(S)) much

resembling the role of the

numbers. In particular, every Te B(S)) can be written uniquely in the form T = A + i

...

The Hermitian operators are a subclass of B(S) which play a role in B(S)) much

resembling the role of the

**real numbers**as a subclass of the class of all complexnumbers. In particular, every Te B(S)) can be written uniquely in the form T = A + i

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Part (ii) will also follow immediately from Theorem 23 once we show that o (V) (

which we know to be a sequence of

bounded below. This, however, follows imme. diately from Corollary 12 (cf. XII.7.2

).

Part (ii) will also follow immediately from Theorem 23 once we show that o (V) (

which we know to be a sequence of

**real numbers**without a finite limit point) isbounded below. This, however, follows imme. diately from Corollary 12 (cf. XII.7.2

).

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topological space, definition, I.4.1 (10) study of, I.4–8 weak, in a B-space, (419)

weak* topology, (462) 3 and 3.” topologies in 3", (419) Total boundedness, in a

metric ...

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**real numbers**, (11) study of, I.4–8 topological group, definition, II.1.1 (49)topological space, definition, I.4.1 (10) study of, I.4–8 weak, in a B-space, (419)

weak* topology, (462) 3 and 3.” topologies in 3", (419) Total boundedness, in a

metric ...

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