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If the

If the

**restrictions**flo , g 8 are continuous then so is the**restriction**( af + Bg ) ond and thus the class of measurable functions having the required property is ...Page 1239

iency dary Conversely , let 1 , be a self adjoint extension of T. Then by Lemma 26 , T , is the

iency dary Conversely , let 1 , be a self adjoint extension of T. Then by Lemma 26 , T , is the

**restriction**of T * to a subspace W of D ( T * ) determined by a symmetric family of linearly independent boundary conditions B. ( x ) = 0 ...Page 1471

By Theorem 2.30 and Corollary 2.31 , a set of boundary conditions defining a self adjoint

By Theorem 2.30 and Corollary 2.31 , a set of boundary conditions defining a self adjoint

**restriction**T of T ( T ) is of the form B ( A ) = 0,67 ( 1 ) +6,62 ( / ) = 0 , ai táž 0 , aq , d real , B ( f ) = B.G. ( ) + , G2 ( / ) = 0 , Bi + ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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