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A Course in Operator Theory

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Operator theory is a significant part of many important areas of modern mathematics: functional analysis, differential equations, index theory, representation theory, and mathematical physics. This text covers the central themes of operator theory. It is suitable for graduate students who have had a standard course in functional analysis.
Hardcover, 372 pages
Published April 1st 2005 by American Mathematical Society (first published October 26th 1999)
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