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Communications in Mathematical Physics

, Volume 30, Issue 1, pp 23–34 | Cite as

Essential self-adjointness of operators in ordered hilbert space

  • William G. Faris
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Abstract

LetH0≧0 be a self-adjoint operator acting in a spaceL2(M, μ). It is assumed thatH0e=0, wheree is strictly positive, and that exp(−tH0) is positivity preserving fort≧0. LetV be a real function onM such that its positive part is inL2(M,e2μ) and its negative part is relatively small with respect toH0. ThenH=H0+V is essentially self-adjoint on the intersection of the domains ofH0 andV. This result is applied to Schrödinger operators and to quantum field Hamiltonians.

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Neural Network Statistical Physic Hilbert Space Complex System Nonlinear Dynamics 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • William G. Faris
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  1. 1.Battelle, Advanced Studies CenterGenevaSwitzerland

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