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**singular**matrices , it is sufficient to consider the case in which T is non -**singular**. Then A ( TT * ) 1/2 is also non -**singular**and if U = A - 1T , UU * = A - 1A2A - 1 = 1 , then U is unitary , and T = AU .Page 1184

**Singular**integrals of Hilbert - CalderónZygmund type may be shown under suitable hypotheses to map functions satisfying a Hölder condition of exponent 0 < € < 1 into functions of the same sort .**Singular**integrals of Hardy ...Page 1919

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