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28 Let a self adjoint operator A in a

there exists a

that Ax = PQx , XEH , P denoting the orthogonal projection of Hi on H . 29 Let { Tn

} ...

28 Let a self adjoint operator A in a

**Hilbert space**H with O SA SI be given . Thenthere exists a

**Hilbert space**H , 2H , and an orthogonal projection Q in H , suchthat Ax = PQx , XEH , P denoting the orthogonal projection of Hi on H . 29 Let { Tn

} ...

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Of the infinite dimensional B-spaces,

especially in its elementary geometrical aspects, to the Euclidean or finite

dimensional unitary spaces. It is not immediate from the definition that a

Of the infinite dimensional B-spaces,

**Hilbert space**is the most closely related,especially in its elementary geometrical aspects, to the Euclidean or finite

dimensional unitary spaces. It is not immediate from the definition that a

**Hilbert****space**is a ...Page 1773

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numbers , together with a complex function ( : , : ) defined on HXH with the

following properties : ( i ) ( x , x ) = 0 if and only if x = 0 ; ( ii ) ( c , c ) 2 0 , 2 c ; ( iii ) (

x + y , z ) ...

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**Hilbert space**is a linear vector space H over the field of complexnumbers , together with a complex function ( : , : ) defined on HXH with the

following properties : ( i ) ( x , x ) = 0 if and only if x = 0 ; ( ii ) ( c , c ) 2 0 , 2 c ; ( iii ) (

x + y , z ) ...

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