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If X, denotes the characteristic function of the set e in 3, and if f is in L2(R), then X,

f is in L1(R) on L2(R) and f is the

sequence {X, f). Hence, by Theorem 9, rf is the

If X, denotes the characteristic function of the set e in 3, and if f is in L2(R), then X,

f is in L1(R) on L2(R) and f is the

**limit**in the norm of L2(R) of the generalizedsequence {X, f). Hence, by Theorem 9, rf is the

**limit**in the norm of L2(~40) of the ...Page 1124

If En, E are in 3% and p(Ea) increases to the

we have already proved that E, is an increasing sequence of projections and E, s

E. If Exe is the strong

If En, E are in 3% and p(Ea) increases to the

**limit**p(E), then it follows from whatwe have already proved that E, is an increasing sequence of projections and E, s

E. If Exe is the strong

**limit**of En, then E. s. E and p(Ex) = p(E). Thus, it follows as ...Page 1699

F. is the

g,(a) = 0 for a in Ce—L, it follows from Definition 3.15 that per's is the

norm of Ho(Ce) of the sequence {g}} of elements of Co(Ce). Hence, by Lemma ...

F. is the

**limit**in the norm of H*)(L) of a sequence {g}} of functions in Co(L). Puttingg,(a) = 0 for a in Ce—L, it follows from Definition 3.15 that per's is the

**limit**in thenorm of Ho(Ce) of the sequence {g}} of elements of Co(Ce). Hence, by Lemma ...

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SPECTRAL THEORY | 858 |

Bounded Normal Operators in Hilbert Space | 887 |

Miscellaneous Applications | 937 |

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