## Linear Operators: Spectral theory |

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This procedure has the

of the complex variable A; but it has drawbacks which, though less

nevertheless decisive. Suppose, for example, that we study the self adjoint ...

This procedure has the

**evident**advantage that it makes a,(., A) an entire functionof the complex variable A; but it has drawbacks which, though less

**evident**, arenevertheless decisive. Suppose, for example, that we study the self adjoint ...

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It is easily seen that we may find a sequence {C} of compact sets with C, CI, j = 1,.

.., n, and such that U-1C, = I. Using Lemma 2.1, let the function p, in Co(I) be such

that 0 < y,(r) = 1 for all w, and such that p,(a) = 1 for a in C,. Then it is

It is easily seen that we may find a sequence {C} of compact sets with C, CI, j = 1,.

.., n, and such that U-1C, = I. Using Lemma 2.1, let the function p, in Co(I) be such

that 0 < y,(r) = 1 for all w, and such that p,(a) = 1 for a in C,. Then it is

**evident**...Page 1759

Since g satisfies the partial differential equation 6.g(r; s) =Xa,(r; s)6.4(r; s)+b(r; s)g

(r; s), [ar, s] e C1, j=1 it is

equation that any derivative 6'g of g of order at most k can be expressed as a

linear ...

Since g satisfies the partial differential equation 6.g(r; s) =Xa,(r; s)6.4(r; s)+b(r; s)g

(r; s), [ar, s] e C1, j=1 it is

**evident**on repeated partial differentiation of thisequation that any derivative 6'g of g of order at most k can be expressed as a

linear ...

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### Contents

SPECTRAL THEORY | 858 |

Bounded Normal Operators in Hilbert Space | 887 |

Miscellaneous Applications | 937 |

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