**Authors:** V. M. Bruk

### Abstract

We define a minimal operator \(L_{0}\) generated by an integral equation with an operator measure and
prove necessary and sufficient conditions for the operator \(L_{0}\) to be densely defined. In general, \(L^{*}_{0}\)
is a linear relation. We give a description of \(L^{*}_{0}\) and establish that there exists a one-to-one
correspondence between relations \(\widehat{L}\) with the property \(L_{0}\!\subset\widehat{\!L}\!\subset \!L^{*}_{0}\)
and relations \(\theta\) ente\-ring in boundary conditions. In this case we denote \(\widehat{L}=L_{\theta}\).
We establish conditions under which linear relations \(L_{\theta}\) and \(\theta\) together have the following
properties: a linear relation \((l.r)\) is self-adjoint; \(l.r\) is closed; \(l.r\) is invertible, i.e., the
inverse relation is an operator; \(l.r\) has the finite-dimensional kernel; \(l.r\) is well-defined; the range
of \(l.r\) is closed; the range of \(l.r\) is a closed subspace of the finite codimension; the range of \(l.r\)
coincides with the space wholly; \(l.r\) is continuously invertible. We describe the spectrum of \(L_{\theta}\)
and prove that families of linear rela\-tions \(L_{\theta(\lambda)}\) and \(\theta(\lambda)\) are holomorphic together.

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