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FWO) – 37-7). Since the operation T(f) of convolution by f commutes with E(e)

and since, as we have seen in the

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**PRoof**. If we write p for p(e), then (s. v) = s.sosode = s.st-ood, = s.so-TVG) is - (FWO) – 37-7). Since the operation T(f) of convolution by f commutes with E(e)

and since, as we have seen in the

**proof**of Lemma 6, E(e)y = p, it follows from the...

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from which it follows that ||T–Tall se for m > m(e) and completes the

is a B-space under the Hilbert-Schmidt norm. Finally, let T be in HS and let B be

any bounded linear operator in H. Then pro-x.or.'s box, T. -poro. |TB|| = ||(TB)"|| ...

from which it follows that ||T–Tall se for m > m(e) and completes the

**proof**that HSis a B-space under the Hilbert-Schmidt norm. Finally, let T be in HS and let B be

any bounded linear operator in H. Then pro-x.or.'s box, T. -poro. |TB|| = ||(TB)"|| ...

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sends a scalar-valued function with the Fourier transform f($) into the vector-

valued function whose nth component has the Fourier transform f,(5) defined by (

65) ...

**PRoof**. We saw in the course of proving Theorem 25 that the mapping .4% whichsends a scalar-valued function with the Fourier transform f($) into the vector-

valued function whose nth component has the Fourier transform f,(5) defined by (

65) ...

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### Contents

SPECTRAL THEORY | 858 |

Bounded Normal Operators in Hilbert Space | 887 |

Miscellaneous Applications | 937 |

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