Decomposition of Spectrum (functional Analysis)

Decomposition Of Spectrum (functional Analysis)

In mathematics, especially functional analysis, the spectrum of an operator generalizes the notion of eigenvalues. Given an operator, it is sometimes useful to break up the spectrum into various parts. This article discusses a few examples of such decompositions.

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