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i-1 A

T) is a continuous complew valued function on the B-space of all Hilbert-Schmidt

operators. PRoof. First note that if t is a complex number with |t| < 1 then (+) log ...

i-1 A

**converges**and defines a function analytic for A # 0. For each fired A # 0, pa(T) is a continuous complew valued function on the B-space of all Hilbert-Schmidt

operators. PRoof. First note that if t is a complex number with |t| < 1 then (+) log ...

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Suppose that {f}

assumption (b), {f,}

{f,}

{f} is ...

Suppose that {f}

**converges**to zero in the topology of 3)(Ti(r)). Then, byassumption (b), {f,}

**converges**to zero in the topology of?)(Ti(t-i-t')). Conversely, let{f,}

**converge**to zero in the topology of $(Ti(t-i-t')), that is, let [+] fal+|Ti(t-Ht')f, -> 0. If{f} is ...

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Let {gn} be a bounded sequence of elements of 3)(T) such that (Tga}

Find a subsequence {gr} = {h} such that af(h,)

h, → h, →X; it?(h,)p, is in 3), and Th, – Th,. Thus (h,}

Let {gn} be a bounded sequence of elements of 3)(T) such that (Tga}

**converges**.Find a subsequence {gr} = {h} such that af(h,)

**converges**for each j, 1 < j < k. Thenh, → h, →X; it?(h,)p, is in 3), and Th, – Th,. Thus (h,}

**converges**, so that {h} = {h ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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SPECTRAL THEORY | 858 |

Bounded Normal Operators in Hilbert Space | 887 |

Miscellaneous Applications | 937 |

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