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... T and since every finite matrix may be approximated arbitrarily closely by non -

Then A = ( TT * ) 1 / 2 is also non -

... T and since every finite matrix may be approximated arbitrarily closely by non -

**singular**matrices , it is sufficient to consider the case in which T is non -**singular**.Then A = ( TT * ) 1 / 2 is also non -

**singular**and if U = A - 1T , UU * = A - 1 A2 A ...Page 1184

These B - spaces have been studied extensively in connection with the theory of

shown under suitable hypotheses to map functions satisfying a Hölder condition

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These B - spaces have been studied extensively in connection with the theory of

**singular**integrals .**Singular**integrals of Hilbert - CalderónZygmund type may beshown under suitable hypotheses to map functions satisfying a Hölder condition

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6 . 1 - 3 ( 261 - 265 ) relativization or restrictions of , III . 8 o - finite , III . 5 . 7 ( 136 )

5 . 3 ( 259 ) , IV . 6 . 2 – 3 ( 262 – 264 ) , IV . 8 . 16 ( 296 ) definitions , ( 160 – 162 )

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6 . 1 - 3 ( 261 - 265 ) relativization or restrictions of , III . 8 o - finite , III . 5 . 7 ( 136 )

**singular**, III . 4 . 12 ( 131 ) spaces of , as conjugate spaces , IV . 5 . 1 ( 258 ) , IV .5 . 3 ( 259 ) , IV . 6 . 2 – 3 ( 262 – 264 ) , IV . 8 . 16 ( 296 ) definitions , ( 160 – 162 )

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