## Linear Operators: Spectral operators |

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Q.E.D. - Most of the considerations in this chapter and the next will be directed

towards an

following definition. 7 DEFINITION. The

= (a, ...

Q.E.D. - Most of the considerations in this chapter and the next will be directed

towards an

**operator**which is either**symmetric**or self adjoint according to thefollowing definition. 7 DEFINITION. The

**operator**T is said to be**symmetric**if (Tr, y)= (a, ...

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not tht ord s In the theory of bounded

T*D T), for if T is everywhere defined and

unbounded the situation is quite different. Consider, as an example, an

...

not tht ord s In the theory of bounded

**operators**, we have only to verify**symmetry**(T*D T), for if T is everywhere defined and

**symmetric**, then To = T. But if T isunbounded the situation is quite different. Consider, as an example, an

**operator**...

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It may be proved that on and Q are the same manifolds introduced in Definition

4.9, and that an isometric operator V is ... If T is a

domain, then it has proper symmetric extensions provided both of its deficiency ...

It may be proved that on and Q are the same manifolds introduced in Definition

4.9, and that an isometric operator V is ... If T is a

**symmetric operator**with densedomain, then it has proper symmetric extensions provided both of its deficiency ...

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