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positive operator improvement.

In this case, [C.sub.A] is a

positive operator on [F.sup.2].

Replacing, in the definition of a

positive operator, T by the difference of the operators A, B, the next definition naturally follows.

It is possible to extend the definition of

positive operator [10] on Hilbert spaces to

positive operators on the corresponding space of truncated functions.

Let A be a linear compact self-adjoint

positive operator in H.

This text is a research monograph that explores second-order (degenerate) elliptic differential operators whose leading coefficients are generated by a

positive operator, by means of which it is possible to construct suitable approximation processes which approximate the relevant semigroups.

whence R is a symmetric and strictly

positive operator.

Therefore, our problem has been reduced to the next minimization problem: given a

positive operator B such that 1 [less than or equal to] B, find positive invertible operators A such that

where A, with the appropriate boundary condition (Dirichlet, Neumann, periodic), is a suitable linear, unbounded, self-adjoint and

positive operator on a suitable Hilbert space H with dense domain D(A) [subset] H, while F is nonlinear operator and the nonlinear term F(u) can be approximated by Taylor's series (detail is later).

Lift tables also provide for

positive operator control regardless of the weights handled.

We study the above Cauchy problem for the case where A is a

positive operator, and 0 is not an accumulated spectral point of A.

Hence, the

positive operator Q : E [right arrow] [c.sub.0] defined by