Note on the Spectral Theorem

@article{Gill2012NoteOT,
  title={Note on the Spectral Theorem},
  author={Tepper Gill and Daniel D. Williams},
  journal={arXiv: Mathematical Physics},
  year={2012}
}
In this note, we show that the spectral theorem, has two representations; the Stone-von Neumann representation and one based on the polar decomposition of linear operators, which we call the deformed representation. The deformed representation has the advantage that it provides an easy extension to all closed densely defined linear operators on Hilbert space. Furthermore, the deformed representation can also be extended all separable reflexive Banach spaces and has a limited extension to non… 

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