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number e, r(f of)(m) = e for m in a neighborhood N of C. It

preceding lemma that there is a function k in L1(R) n L2(R) with 0 < k(m) = 1, me .

4%; k(m) = 0, m e C; k(m) = 1, m # N. Thus k(m)g(m) = 0 for every m in 24 and,

since the ...

number e, r(f of)(m) = e for m in a neighborhood N of C. It

**follows**from thepreceding lemma that there is a function k in L1(R) n L2(R) with 0 < k(m) = 1, me .

4%; k(m) = 0, m e C; k(m) = 1, m # N. Thus k(m)g(m) = 0 for every m in 24 and,

since the ...

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Then it

is independent of V. Q.E.D. 16 THEoREM. If the bounded measurable function op

has its spectral set consisting of the single point m then, for some compler ...

Then it

**follows**from what has just been demonstrated that zy, = ovuv, -zy, i.e., xyis independent of V. Q.E.D. 16 THEoREM. If the bounded measurable function op

has its spectral set consisting of the single point m then, for some compler ...

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Since f * p is continuous by Lemma 3.1(d) it

* p # 0. From Lemma 12(b) it is seen that g(fo p) Co.(p) and from Lemma 12(c)

and the equation of =7; it

Since f * p is continuous by Lemma 3.1(d) it

**follows**from the above equation that f* p # 0. From Lemma 12(b) it is seen that g(fo p) Co.(p) and from Lemma 12(c)

and the equation of =7; it

**follows**that or( f * p) contains no interior point of a (p).### What people are saying - Write a review

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