Part of the Operator Theory: Advances and Applications book series (OT, volume 154)
A Remark on Equivalence of Weak and Strong Definitions of the Absolutely Continuous Subspace for Nonself-adjoint Operators
We prove the equivalence of weak and strong definitions of the absolutely continuous subspace for nonself-adjoint dissipative operators.
Keywordsabsolutely continuous spectrum dissipative operators
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