Analog of the Krein Formula for Resolvents of Normal Extensions of a Prenormal Operator
We prove a formula that relates resolvents of normal operators that are extensions of a certain prenormal operator. This formula is an analog of the Krein formula for resolvents of self-adjoint extensions of a symmetric operator. We describe properties of the defect subspaces of a prenormal operator.
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