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**Clearly**, A and B must be given by the formulae T + T * T - T * B 2 2i It is**clear**that T is normal if and only if its “ real ” and “ imaginary ” parts A and B commute . The notion of a positive operator allows us to introduce a notion ...Page 1373

**Clearly**, if V is as in Theorem 13 ( i ) , V = AV . It is**clear**from the definition of A that for each n - tuple F = 1 , ... , in ] of Borel functions defined on 1 , AF E L ( 1 , { u } ) if and only if FeL2 ( 1 , { Pis } ) .Page 1641

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**clear**that g is in Co ( E " ) , g ( x ) > 0 for x in K , g ( x ) = 0 for x not in U , and that g takes on only non - negative values . Let & be the minimum value assumed by the function g on the ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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