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^3 In this whole chapter, the letter / will denote an

to be half-open; the

^3 In this whole chapter, the letter / will denote an

**interval**of the ag real axis. The**interval**/ can be open, half-open, or closed. The**interval**^! [a, oo ) is consideredto be half-open; the

**interval**( — oo, + oo) to be 25j open. Thus a closed**interval**...Page 1597

(18) In the

, <~o° \q(t)\3 c )* v ' dt < 00, for large M. Then the essential spectrum of r is empty (

Wintner [8] ). (19) In the

(18) In the

**interval**[0, oo), suppose that (a) lim q(t) = — oo, (-.CO (b) lim sup \ < co, <~o° \q(t)\3 c )* v ' dt < 00, for large M. Then the essential spectrum of r is empty (

Wintner [8] ). (19) In the

**interval**[a, co), suppose that lim q(t) = c. (-i> Then the ...Page 1599

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log2 1 then the essential spectrum of r is void (Berkowitz [1]). Other conditions

which allow the approximate determination of the essential spectrum are the ...

(30) In the

**interval**(0,6] assume that as t -*□ 0, 1 1 q(t) H 1 ->• oo, HK ' 4<2 4t*log2 1 then the essential spectrum of r is void (Berkowitz [1]). Other conditions

which allow the approximate determination of the essential spectrum are the ...

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