By Bor-Luh Lin
This quantity comprises the complaints from a learn Workshop on Banach area conception held on the collage of Iowa in Iowa urban in July 1987. The workshop supplied contributors with a collaborative operating surroundings within which rules might be exchanged informally. a number of papers have been initiated through the workshop and are provided the following of their ultimate shape. additionally incorporated are contributions from a number of specialists who have been not able to wait the workshop. not one of the papers could be released somewhere else. throughout the workshop, hours on a daily basis have been dedicated to seminars on present difficulties in such components as vulnerable Hilbert areas, zonoids, analytic martingales, and operator thought, and those subject matters are mirrored in the various papers within the assortment
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24 ) 2 . 22) and introducing a new variable of integration, we obtain 7T 1 A 1)- 1 1 k(r; X) � 4 d= 1 7T E + i f) - R(A - is)] f, f) d A = jBA d (Ex f, f). jB([R(A A fez, z'; A ) A. 1 f /4 + f f fAB I � A t) 1 2 dt = 2 7Tl. 25 ) where fez, z ' ; A iO) = limf0 (z, z ' ; A is). We now represent the entire line Re s = 1/2 up to a discrete set of points as a -+- E ''''' ± union of intervals (A, B) not containing singular points of l8 (s). 26 ) which is obviously preserved for any elementf E :Je(f; X).
25 ) where fez, z ' ; A iO) = limf0 (z, z ' ; A is). We now represent the entire line Re s = 1/2 up to a discrete set of points as a -+- E ''''' ± union of intervals (A, B) not containing singular points of l8 (s). 26 ) which is obviously preserved for any elementf E :Je(f; X). This proves part 1) of the theorem. 14» . We shall not give the proof here, since it carries over formally from the scalar theory (see Theorem 4. 1 of ). It suffices to prove part 3) of the theorem for resolvents at some common regular point s: U 91 (s) = 91 o(s ) U .
The series (3. 9) converges absolutely in the norm of for Re s > 1 . THEOREM 3 . 2. j E lL = � � except y :::: ( ra E r/l )oa# y E r,,\ r/r# o s , [ V . 1 III. FIRST REFINEMENT OF THE EXPANSION THEOREM 46 To complete the construction of the Fourier expansion for Eisenstein series it remains for us to consider the functions ( I v Pp )E( gp z; s; a; e l a » , where I v is the identity operator in the space V. The orthogonal projection onto the subspace V;- satisfies the relation - Iv h - Pp = }:; [ ek(f3) ® ek(f3) ] , k = kp+ 1 (3.