## Linear Operators, Part 2 |

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that since *** ( 1271 ) * , the operator di Š ( -1 Σ ( -1 ) : pi ( t ) ) dt is formally self adjoint provided only that the

that since *** ( 1271 ) * , the operator di Š ( -1 Σ ( -1 ) : pi ( t ) ) dt is formally self adjoint provided only that the

**coefficients**pi are real .Page 1486

Equations with periodic

Equations with periodic

**coefficients**( which are fundamental in the quantum - mechanical theory of solid crystals ) have a number of interesting and ...Page 1730

For partial differential operators in R with

For partial differential operators in R with

**coefficients**belonging to C ( R ) , we may state the following analogue of the Gårding inequality , Lemma 10.### What people are saying - Write a review

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