## Linear Operators: Spectral theory |

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Nelson Dunford, Jacob T. Schwartz. that since time = ( T271 ) * , the operator i = 0

\ df / is formally self adjoint provided only that the

same way , the formal differential operator ( i / 2 ) ( d / dt ) " { p ( t ) ( d / dt ) + ( d / dt

) ...

Nelson Dunford, Jacob T. Schwartz. that since time = ( T271 ) * , the operator i = 0

\ df / is formally self adjoint provided only that the

**coefficients**pi are real . In thesame way , the formal differential operator ( i / 2 ) ( d / dt ) " { p ( t ) ( d / dt ) + ( d / dt

) ...

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can be determined by formally substituting the asymptotic expression for o ; in [ *

* ] and comparing

formal differential operator on an interval I having

can be determined by formally substituting the asymptotic expression for o ; in [ *

* ] and comparing

**coefficients**of 2 - " . Thus , in all cases in which we deal with aformal differential operator on an interval I having

**coefficients**analytic in I and ...Page 1730

For partial differential operators in R with

may state the following analogue of the Gårding inequality , Lemma 10 . As to its

proof , we need only remark that since , as has been pointed out above , only ...

For partial differential operators in R with

**coefficients**belonging to COO ( R ) , wemay state the following analogue of the Gårding inequality , Lemma 10 . As to its

proof , we need only remark that since , as has been pointed out above , only ...

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### Contents

IX | 859 |

extensive presentation of applications of the spectral theorem | 911 |

Miscellaneous Applications | 937 |

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