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sum of a closed subspace 3 of a B-space, and of a finite dimensional space jo, is

closed. It is clear that proceeding inductively we may assume without loss of ...

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**prove**that T3 is closed if To) is closed, we shall**prove**more generally that thesum of a closed subspace 3 of a B-space, and of a finite dimensional space jo, is

closed. It is clear that proceeding inductively we may assume without loss of ...

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G30 Suppose that N(t) = O(to log t), and

boundary values at infinity. G31

Exercise G19(d): if s. max (–q(s), 0)ds = O(to logo t), then the operator r has no

boundary ...

G30 Suppose that N(t) = O(to log t), and

**prove**that the operator r has noboundary values at infinity. G31

**Prove**the following refinement of the result ofExercise G19(d): if s. max (–q(s), 0)ds = O(to logo t), then the operator r has no

boundary ...

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the positive semi-axis. (Hint: Apply Theorem 7.1.) G41 Suppose that the function

q is bounded below. Suppose that the origin belongs to the essential spectrum ...

**Prove**that (4–1)f, = O(V(b.-a,)). (b)**Prove**that the essential spectrum of r containsthe positive semi-axis. (Hint: Apply Theorem 7.1.) G41 Suppose that the function

q is bounded below. Suppose that the origin belongs to the essential spectrum ...

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SPECTRAL THEORY | 858 |

Bounded Normal Operators in Hilbert Space | 887 |

Miscellaneous Applications | 937 |

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