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16 Let N1, N2, ... be a countable

commuting with each other. Show that there exists a single Hermitian operator T

such that each N, is a Borel function of T. (Hint: Use Theorem 2.1 and Exercise 15

). 17 For ...

16 Let N1, N2, ... be a countable

**sequence**of normal operators in Ś, allcommuting with each other. Show that there exists a single Hermitian operator T

such that each N, is a Borel function of T. (Hint: Use Theorem 2.1 and Exercise 15

). 17 For ...

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Since Uee, = e, the

whose union is eb, . Since uo is countably additive on 30, uo(eb,) = lim, u0(ee,b,)

> k, and so for some m, uo(een) 2 uo(ee,bn) > k—e. This shows that the set ...

Since Uee, = e, the

**sequence**{ee, b, m > 1} is an increasing**sequence**of setswhose union is eb, . Since uo is countably additive on 30, uo(eb,) = lim, u0(ee,b,)

> k, and so for some m, uo(een) 2 uo(ee,bn) > k—e. This shows that the set ...

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That is, q (E) = p(E1) implies E = E1. Similarly, q.(E) < p(E1) implies E s E1. If E, ,

E are in 37 and p(E.) increases to the limit q(E), then it follows from what we have

already proved that E, is an increasing

That is, q (E) = p(E1) implies E = E1. Similarly, q.(E) < p(E1) implies E s E1. If E, ,

E are in 37 and p(E.) increases to the limit q(E), then it follows from what we have

already proved that E, is an increasing

**sequence**of projections and E, s E. If Es, ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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