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Let p, q, k, be as in the preceding lemma, and, for each N, let of w be the

transformation in L,(l,) which maps the

Fourier transform f($) into the

transform k,($)f,($) ...

Let p, q, k, be as in the preceding lemma, and, for each N, let of w be the

transformation in L,(l,) which maps the

**vector**whose nth component has theFourier transform f($) into the

**vector**whose nth component has the Fouriertransform k,($)f,($) ...

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V(0, ć1, a2, ara) = Vo(a1, a2, ara), where V = [V1, V., Val is a complex three-

dimensional

i times the magnetic

the ...

V(0, ć1, a2, ara) = Vo(a1, a2, ara), where V = [V1, V., Val is a complex three-

dimensional

**vector**equal to the sum of the “electric”**vector**and the imaginary uniti times the magnetic

**vector**, and where the matrices A1, A2, and As are given bythe ...

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Compact metric Boolean algebras and

A. 11, 125–128 (1942). 2. On Fréchet lattices, I. J. Sci. Hirosima Univ. Ser. A. 12,

235–248 (1943). (Japanese) Math. Rev. 10, 544 (1949). 3. Remarks on a

Compact metric Boolean algebras and

**vector**lattices. J. Sci. Hirosima Univ. Ser.A. 11, 125–128 (1942). 2. On Fréchet lattices, I. J. Sci. Hirosima Univ. Ser. A. 12,

235–248 (1943). (Japanese) Math. Rev. 10, 544 (1949). 3. Remarks on a

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SPECTRAL THEORY | 858 |

Bounded Normal Operators in Hilbert Space | 887 |

Miscellaneous Applications | 937 |

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