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If A is a symmetric operator with a dense domain of definition DA, its connected components of regular values will be the upper and the lower half-plane. ': A· x =Xx}, while the deficiency numbers n + =dimD; and n _ =dimD -;, where A· is the adjoint operator, are called the (positive and negative) deficiency indices of the operator A. e. DA' is the direct sum of DA, Di and D - i. Thus, if n + = n - =0, the operator A is self-adjoint; otherwise the deficiency subspace of a symmetric operator characterizes the extent of its deviation from a self-adjoint operator.
One says that a variable y is varied for a formula A in a given deduction if y is free in A and if the deduction under consideration involves an application of the rule of 'Vintroduction into the conclusion of an implication (or the 3-introduction into a premise), in which the quantifier over y is introduced, and the premise of the application depends on A in the proof under consideration. A deduction theorem for traditional predicate calculus may now be rendered more precise as follows: Iff,A I-B, thenfl-('VYt "'YnA:::> B), where y I, .
Analytic space). The theory of deformasubgroups with non-trivial identities have been tions originated with the problem of classification of all described (see also Group calculus). possible pairwise non-isomorphic complex structures on References a given differentiable real manifold. : Universal algebra, Reidel, 1981. idea (which must be credited to B. : The theory ofgroups, 1-2, Chelsea, 1955-1956 (translated from the Russian). : Combinatorial structures. The idea was made precise by the following group theory: presentations ofgroups in terms ofgenerators and relations, Interscience, 1966.