## Linear Operators: Spectral theory |

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It will also be shown that this

preserving the operation of involution. This basic result, which is due to Gelfand

and Naimark, will find many applications in the next two chapters. 3 LEMMA. If 3

is a ...

It will also be shown that this

**isomorphism**is a *-**isomorphism**, i.e., onepreserving the operation of involution. This basic result, which is due to Gelfand

and Naimark, will find many applications in the next two chapters. 3 LEMMA. If 3

is a ...

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one *-

*-

the preceding proof the *-

...

one *-

**isomorphism**of Bo(a) onto C(a(r)) into another one. There is one isometric*-

**isomorphism**of Bo (a) onto C(a(r)) that we wish to single out. In the notation ofthe preceding proof the *-

**isomorphism**y – y(r-1 (.)) of Bo (a) onto C(g(x)) has the...

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... are p-continuous, and that the corresponding matrix of densities is {},(2)} = X o,

0) , lk 1 Consequently, if we put (Bf),(A) = X. Ibo (2)f(Z) for each n-tuple F = [fi, ..., f,

of Borel functions, B is an isometric

... are p-continuous, and that the corresponding matrix of densities is {},(2)} = X o,

0) , lk 1 Consequently, if we put (Bf),(A) = X. Ibo (2)f(Z) for each n-tuple F = [fi, ..., f,

of Borel functions, B is an isometric

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### Contents

BAlgebras | 859 |

Commutative BAlgebras | 868 |

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