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5 (Weyl’s Criteria) is taken from Reed–Simon [159, p. 237].

If ϕ(·) is additionally bounded, then ϕ(A) is a bounded operator (deﬁned on H) and ϕ(A) = sup {| (ϕ(λ) |, λ ∈ supp EA (λ) } where supp EA (λ) denotes the support of the spectral measure associated to the spectral family. 6 (i) Let A be selfadjoint and z ∈ res (A). Then we can represent its resolvent by ∞ 1 (A − z)−1 = dEA (λ). λ − z −∞ (ii) Let A be non-negative, A ≥ 0. Then one can deﬁne the square roof of A by ∞ A1/2 = λ1/2 dEA (λ). 0 (iii) The unitary group generated by A is given by eitA = ∞ −∞ eitλ dEA (λ).

11, because is independent of the choice of the orthonormal basis {φj }. 13. Let B be a compact selfadjoint operator in H. Let {λj } be the non-zero eigenvalues of B, counting multiplicity. Then B is called a trace class operator if ∞ B trace |λj | = j=1 is ﬁnite. · trace is the trace norm of B. In this case the trace deﬁned by ∞ φj , Bφj trace(B) = j=1 is ﬁnite and equals ∞ j=1 λj . 14. Let B be a trace class integral operator in L2 (Rd ). Denote by b(·, ·) : Rd × Rd → C, its kernel. Let C+ = [−r, r]d be the d-dimensional cube with sidelength 2r, centered at the origin.