## Linear Operators, Part 2 |

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We begin our formal development by considering a Lebesgue measurable

We begin our formal development by considering a Lebesgue measurable

**function defined**on Euclidean n - space E " , supposing that f has a finite number of singularities ” at which it is not Lebesgue integrable , and defining a certain ...Page 1074

10 Let a be a

10 Let a be a

**function defined**on ( -00 , +00 ) which is of finite total variation . Show that if 1 < p 2 , and if F is the Fourier transform of a function in Lol - 00 , +0 ) , then so is 2 ( • ) F ( • ) . Fourier transforms are to be ...Page 1645

This is an operator densely

This is an operator densely

**defined**in L2 ( E2 ) , but not a closed operator . If we let 4 be its closure , we find ... Hence , we are led to the attempt to**define**some sort of generalized**function**. " A very complete and interesting ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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BAlgebras | 859 |

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