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... matrix may be approximated arbitrarily closely by non-

sufficient to consider the case in which T is non-

non-

... matrix may be approximated arbitrarily closely by non-

**singular**matrices, it issufficient to consider the case in which T is non-

**singular**. Then A = (TT*)'/* is alsonon-

**singular**and if U = A-1T, UU* = A-A*A-1 = I, then U is unitary, and T = AU.Page 1184

2, via lar-y are A These B-spaces have been studied extensively in connection

with the theory of

CalderónZygmund type may be shown under suitable hypotheses to map

functions satisfying a ...

2, via lar-y are A These B-spaces have been studied extensively in connection

with the theory of

**singular**integrals.**Singular**integrals of Hilbert-CalderónZygmund type may be shown under suitable hypotheses to map

functions satisfying a ...

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... III.1.1 (95) regular, definition, III.5.11 (137) properties, III.5.12–14 (137–138), III.

9.19–22 (170), IV.13.75 (350), IV.6.1–3 (261-265) relativization or restrictions of,

III.8 definition, o-finite, III.5.7 (136)

...

... III.1.1 (95) regular, definition, III.5.11 (137) properties, III.5.12–14 (137–138), III.

9.19–22 (170), IV.13.75 (350), IV.6.1–3 (261-265) relativization or restrictions of,

III.8 definition, o-finite, III.5.7 (136)

**singular**, III.4.12 (131) spaces of, as conjugate...

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SPECTRAL THEORY | 858 |

Bounded Normal Operators in Hilbert Space | 887 |

Miscellaneous Applications | 937 |

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