## Linear Operators, Part 2 |

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Of course , if we deal only with

Of course , if we deal only with

**subsets**of the interior of the cube C in E " , no identifications are made and the ... If I is an open**subset**of C , in the modified sense explained in the preceding paragraph , then 0.7.0 ( 1 ) will ...Page 1663

for each open

for each open

**subset**1. of I whose closure is compact and contained in I. 35 DEFINITION . Let I be an open**subset**of C and let k be a positive integer . ( i ) The set of all F in D ( I ) for which ( F ( 0 ) | Fl ( -x ) = sup < PEC 0 ( 1 ) ...Page 1695

Let F be a distribution in the open

Let F be a distribution in the open

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