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Returning now to the general integral s f(s)|E(ds) where E is merely a bounded

defined in terms of the uniform operator topology. It is clear that if v is a bounded

...

Returning now to the general integral s f(s)|E(ds) where E is merely a bounded

**additive**operator valued set function, we observe that the integral has beendefined in terms of the uniform operator topology. It is clear that if v is a bounded

...

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Let S be an abstract set and 2 a field (resp. o-field) of subsets of S. Let F be an

operators on a Hilbert space $5 satisfying F(q) = 0 and F(S) = I. Then there exists

a ...

Let S be an abstract set and 2 a field (resp. o-field) of subsets of S. Let F be an

**additive**(resp. weakly countably**additive**) function on 2 to the set of positiveoperators on a Hilbert space $5 satisfying F(q) = 0 and F(S) = I. Then there exists

a ...

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Hence if e1 and ea are disjoint then op(ei U ex) = E(ei U ex)y(ei U ea) = [E(e1)+E

(eg)]"p(ei U ea) = E(e)y(ei U ea)+E(es)w(ei U ea) = p(e1)+"p(ee), so that the

vector valued set function p is

function ...

Hence if e1 and ea are disjoint then op(ei U ex) = E(ei U ex)y(ei U ea) = [E(e1)+E

(eg)]"p(ei U ea) = E(e)y(ei U ea)+E(es)w(ei U ea) = p(e1)+"p(ee), so that the

vector valued set function p is

**additive**on 30. Therefore, if ei nea = b, the setfunction ...

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SPECTRAL THEORY | 858 |

Bounded Normal Operators in Hilbert Space | 887 |

Miscellaneous Applications | 937 |

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