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Invariant

called a (non-trivial) invariant

space ...

Invariant

**subspaces**. If T is an operator in a B-space 3., and if st is a closed linear**subspace**which is neither {0} nor 3: for which we have TJR CŞst, then Jo iscalled a (non-trivial) invariant

**subspace**of 3 with respect to T. If 3 is a Hilbertspace ...

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this is far from clear, and it is of considerable interest to find non-trivial invariant

from the zero and identity operators, has a non-trivial invariant

this is far from clear, and it is of considerable interest to find non-trivial invariant

**subspaces**for a given operator. It is not known whether every operator, distinctfrom the zero and identity operators, has a non-trivial invariant

**subspace**.Page 1228

Q.E.D. 11 LEMMA. There is a one-to-one correspondence between closed

symmetric

symmetric

Q.E.D. 11 LEMMA. There is a one-to-one correspondence between closed

symmetric

**subspaces**& of the Hilbert space ... Conversely, if & is a closedsymmetric

**subspace**of Q(T*) including Q(T), put & = & n (?) ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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SPECTRAL THEORY | 858 |

Bounded Normal Operators in Hilbert Space | 887 |

Miscellaneous Applications | 937 |

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