## Linear Operators: Spectral operators |

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8 , o ( L ) is the set of numbers in = ( n + a + B + 1 ) ( n + a + B ) , and each

eigenspace

immediately from Corollary 9 that L + B is a spectral operator for each bounded

operator ...

8 , o ( L ) is the set of numbers in = ( n + a + B + 1 ) ( n + a + B ) , and each

eigenspace

**corresponding**to these eigenvalues is one - dimensional . It followsimmediately from Corollary 9 that L + B is a spectral operator for each bounded

operator ...

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This follows from ( 58 ) by an argument using Lemma 7 , which is similar to the

same way that the collection of all finite sums of projections Elām ; T ) is uniformly

...

This follows from ( 58 ) by an argument using Lemma 7 , which is similar to the

**corresponding**argument used in the discussion of Case 1A . It follows in thesame way that the collection of all finite sums of projections Elām ; T ) is uniformly

...

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Faddeev shows that if H is the six - dimensional Laplacian , and V is a sum of

three multiplication operators ( each

body system ) , then the spectrum of H + V consists of the purely continuous ...

Faddeev shows that if H is the six - dimensional Laplacian , and V is a sum of

three multiplication operators ( each

**corresponding**to a twobody force in a three -body system ) , then the spectrum of H + V consists of the purely continuous ...

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