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If we put E ( d ) = 0 when d n o ( T ) is void , then

from Theorem 1 and

defined spectral measure associated , in

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If we put E ( d ) = 0 when d n o ( T ) is void , then

**Corollary**4 follows immediatelyfrom Theorem 1 and

**Corollary**IX . 3 . 15 . Q . E . D . 5 DEFINITIon . The uniquelydefined spectral measure associated , in

**Corollary**4 , with the normal operator T...

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Proceeding inductively we see that vck ) ( b ) = 0 , 0 Sk 2n - 1 . However , as vo

satisfies an equation of order 2n , v , must be identically zero . This contradiction

completes the proof . Q . E . D . 23

Proceeding inductively we see that vck ) ( b ) = 0 , 0 Sk 2n - 1 . However , as vo

satisfies an equation of order 2n , v , must be identically zero . This contradiction

completes the proof . Q . E . D . 23

**COROLLARY**. Let t be a formal differential ...Page 1710

It follows from

) on a suitable Lebesgue null set for each 2 in N , we obtain a function W such

that W : ( : , 1 ) is in Co ( I ) for all à , and such that TW : ( : , 1 ) = 2W : ( : , 2 ) , tel ...

It follows from

**Corollary**4 that if we put W / ( : , 2 ) = 0 for a € N and modify W ( t , 2) on a suitable Lebesgue null set for each 2 in N , we obtain a function W such

that W : ( : , 1 ) is in Co ( I ) for all à , and such that TW : ( : , 1 ) = 2W : ( : , 2 ) , tel ...

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