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20) where ı0 and ıa denote the respective Dirac measures. 1. n/ . 21) by induction, starting with the first derivative. Let x 2 ˝; then for sufficiently small h, jhj < ", we have F . x h/ 2 HF ; and moreover, F. x F. 0/ 2F . 0/ F . h/ F . 0/ D h h h D ! 0/ ; as h ! s. 22) exists relative to the norm in HF , and so the limit F 0 . x/ is in HF . d. 0/ Ä 0. d. ˝ distribution solutions . , [vN32a, LP85, Kre46, JLW69, dBR66, DS88]. The general setting is as follows: Let H be a complex Hilbert space, and let D H be a dense linear subspace.
One reason for the special significance of the case n D 1 is its connection to the theory of unbounded Hermitian linear operators with prescribed dense domain in Hilbert space, and their extensions. d. d. function F are connected with associated extensions of certain unbounded Hermitian linear operators; in fact two types of such extensions: In one case, there are selfadjoint extensions in the initial RKHS (Type I); and in another case, the selfadjoint extensions necessarily must be realized in an enlargement Hilbert space (Type II); so in a Hilbert space properly bigger than the initial RKHS associated to F.
37) is . ) Proof The proof details are left to the reader. They are straightforward, and also contained in many textbooks on harmonic analysis. 4 Suppose F is continuous and positive definite, but is only known on a finite centered interval . a; a/, a > 0. 37) now shows how distinct positive definite extensions e F (to R) for F (on . a; a/) yields distinct measures e F. , from x in a finite interval . a; a/. d. functions vs extensions of operators. Illustration for the case of . , given F W . a; a/ !
Advanced Calculus of real valued functions of real variable and vectored valued functions of a vector 0