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New PDF release: An introduction to linear transformations in Hilbert space

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By Francis Joseph Murray

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D. Let 71* be the set of' f' 's f'or which T*f' = o. Let 7t denote the range of' T. Then 7t • ='1 *. , 7l* is closed. t 10,gl is in 'P if' and only if' g € 7t•. Thus 7t• is the set of' zeros of' T • = -T*. d. and T- 1 and T*-l exist, then (T- 1 )* = T*- 1 • Lemna. 4 of' § 1 and the :;8 IV. ADDTIIVE AND CLOSED TRANSFORMATIONS preceding Lemma. R] and that T- 1 exists if' and only if' [7t*] f:i. = = f:i THH:OREVI VI. R* the range of' T*. Then '1* =7t • , '1 = CR*)•. 0!. T*-l exists if and only i f '1* = (7t)' = 19!.

R* the range of' T*. Then '1* =7t • , '1 = CR*)•. 0!. T*-l exists if and only i f '1* = (7t)' = 19!. If T- 1 and T*- 1 both exist, (T- 1 )* = T*- 1 • §:; We now introduce certain notions which are fundamental in our discussion. DEFINTIION 1. An additive transformation H within n, will be called s:ymmetric if (a) the domain of H is dense and (b) :f'or every f and g in the domain of' H, (Hf ,g) (f ,Hg). From §2, Theorem I, we see that H* exists. By (b) of' the corollary to Theorem II of' §2, we see that H C H*.

This is a consequence of' Theorem V of' the preceding section. For if' the domain of' H1+H 2 is dense, (H 1+H 2 )* exists. Then too, H1+H2 C Ht+H~ C (H 1+H 2 )* by this theorem. The second sentence is an illlmediate consequence. LEMMA 5. If' H1 is sell-adjoint and H2 linear symmetric (and hence self'-adjoint by Lemma 3 above) then H1+H2 is self'-adjoint. PROOF. The domain of' H1+H2 is the same as that of' H1 and thus is dense. Hence Lemma 4, tells us that H1+H2 is symmetric and that -H2 is self'-adjoint.

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