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meets the

the function q is twice differentiable , and let ( 2 , u ) be an open interval which

does not meet the

meets the

**essential spectrum**of 1 ( Hartman and Putnam [ 2 ] ) . ( 36 ) Supposethe function q is twice differentiable , and let ( 2 , u ) be an open interval which

does not meet the

**essential spectrum**of 1 but whose end points belong to the ...Page 1610

( 11 ) If i has the form [ * * ] , where all the coefficients are real and ( 1 / Pn ) ' , Pn -

1 , . . . , Po are summable in [ 0 , 0 ) , then the

interval [ 0 , 0 ) is the positive semi - axis ( Naimark [ 5 ] ) . ( 12 ) Let [ a , b ) = [ 0 , 0

) .

( 11 ) If i has the form [ * * ] , where all the coefficients are real and ( 1 / Pn ) ' , Pn -

1 , . . . , Po are summable in [ 0 , 0 ) , then the

**essential spectrum**of r in theinterval [ 0 , 0 ) is the positive semi - axis ( Naimark [ 5 ] ) . ( 12 ) Let [ a , b ) = [ 0 , 0

) .

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The

the complex plane which coincides with the

adjoint operator in the conjugate space . The

The

**essential spectrum**is to be defined as in Section 6 , and is a closed subset ofthe complex plane which coincides with the

**essential spectrum**of the formaladjoint operator in the conjugate space . The

**essential spectrum**of a formal ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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Eigenvalues and Eigenvectors | 903 |

Spectral Representation | 911 |

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