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which p vanishes. ... in I of the largest open set in I in which F vanishes, i.e., which

is the complement in I of the union of all the open

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**subsets**of I and let F be in D(I). ... Let K be a compact**subset**of U.I. outside ofwhich p vanishes. ... in I of the largest open set in I in which F vanishes, i.e., which

is the complement in I of the union of all the open

**subsets**of I in which F vanishes, ...

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that FIo is in Ho (Io) for each open

contained in I. 35 DEFINITION. Let I be an open

positive integer. (i) The set of all F in D, (I) for which |Fit-o = sup |F(p)| veco.(1)

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that FIo is in Ho (Io) for each open

**subset**I, of I whose closure is compact andcontained in I. 35 DEFINITION. Let I be an open

**subset**of C and let k be apositive integer. (i) The set of all F in D, (I) for which |Fit-o = sup |F(p)| veco.(1)

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Lemma 18 and the following lemma taken together give considerable insight into

the nature of distributions in general. 15 LEMMA. Let F be a distribution in the

open

Lemma 18 and the following lemma taken together give considerable insight into

the nature of distributions in general. 15 LEMMA. Let F be a distribution in the

open

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SPECTRAL THEORY | 858 |

Bounded Normal Operators in Hilbert Space | 887 |

Miscellaneous Applications | 937 |

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