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However, the operator in L 2 derivable from this form has domain exc1uding all the functions of key concern here, namely those which do not vanish at zero. Moreover, non-negativity (or sectoriality) considerations are inapplicable. Neverthe1ess, there is a simple, natural, unique interpretation as a self-adjoint operator for this singular perturbation, in accordance with THEOREM 2. Let A o denote the self-adjoint generator oJ the one-parameter group J(x) -+ J(x+ t) on L 2 (R I ), and Mv denote the operation oJ multiplication by the real bounded measurable Junction Von R I .
The statement about the semi-group follows from these two facts and the observation that if oe is a solution of P( -A, z), t>O, and ß(s) = oe(t+s) for s~O, then ß is a solution of p( -A; oe(t»). PROOF OF PROPOSITION 1. 6: Since - R is accretive, we have only to show that peR, x) has a solution for each xE C. We can suppose without loss of generality that C contains the origin. Let p denote the support functional of C. Then p is a subadditive, positive homogeneous, lower semi-continuous function from X into the extended nonnegative reals, and C=p-l([O, 1]).
X is a solution of P( -A, x)for each x in D(A). 1. 2: Let X* be uniformly convex, let A and T be as in Theorem 1. 1, but also let A be D(A)-maximal accretive, and let B denote the infinitesimal generator of T. Then A satisfies (C2 , Ao), T(t)D(A)cD(A)for each t;;;;O, and BxE -Axfor each x in D(A) nD(B). /f xED(A), then T(·)x is the unique solution of P( -A, x). /f X is uniformly convex, then D (A) cD (B), and if xE D (A), then Bx = - A 0 x, and x is regular for T. 'THEOREM REMARK: This is very close to a theorem of OHARU in , aIthough our proof is a little different; also see .
Schaum's Outline of Theory and Problems of Matrix Operations by Richard Bronson