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T2, ..., are defined. 1 LEMMA. Let S, T, S,, T., n > 1 be bounded linear operators in

Hilbert space with S, -> S, T, -> T in the strong operator

**topology**, i.e., T., a -> Tr for every a in the space upon which the operators T, T1,T2, ..., are defined. 1 LEMMA. Let S, T, S,, T., n > 1 be bounded linear operators in

Hilbert space with S, -> S, T, -> T in the strong operator

**topology**. Then S.--To ...Page 1420

Conversely, let {f,} converge to zero in the

+|Ti(t-Ht')f, -> 0. If {f} is not bounded in Q(TA(r)), there is a subsequence {f...} such

that h, → f, Ti(t)f, converges to zero in Ś, and is bounded in Q(T(r)). By hypothesis

...

Conversely, let {f,} converge to zero in the

**topology**of $(Ti(t-i-t')), that is, let [+] fal+|Ti(t-Ht')f, -> 0. If {f} is not bounded in Q(TA(r)), there is a subsequence {f...} such

that h, → f, Ti(t)f, converges to zero in Ś, and is bounded in Q(T(r)). By hypothesis

...

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**topology**) metric, definition, I.6.1 (18) metric or strong, in a B-space, (419) study of, I.6 norm or strong, in a ... I.4–8

**topological**group, definition, II.1.1(49)

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SPECTRAL THEORY | 858 |

Bounded Normal Operators in Hilbert Space | 887 |

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