A functional model of a continuous operator, whose characteristic function is bounded in the unit circle, is constructed. The spectral projections of the absolutely continuous spectrum are defined and computed.
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Petrov, A.M. Spectral theory of bounded operators. J Math Sci 49, 1291–1294 (1990). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF02209175
- Characteristic Function
- Unit Circle
- Bounded Operator
- Continuous Spectrum
- Spectral Theory