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More precisely, the Borel functional calculus allows us to apply an arbitrary to ain a way which generalizes applying a. However, it is desirable to formulate the functional calculus in a way in which it is clear that it does not depend on the particular representation of T as a multiplication operator. Chapter 2 then discusses the three pillars of that functional analysis is dependent on: the principle of uniform boundedness, the interior mapping principle and its immediate corollary the closed graph theoremand the Hahn-Banach theorem.

Either of the versions of the spectral theorem provides such a functional calculus. Each subspace, in turn, is encoded by the associated projection operator, and the collection of all the subspaces is then represented by a.