## Linear Operators, Part 2 |

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Then the boundary conditions are real , and there is exactly one solution y ( t , 2 ) of ( T - 1 ) = 0

Then the boundary conditions are real , and there is exactly one solution y ( t , 2 ) of ( T - 1 ) = 0

**square**-**integrable**at a and satisfying the boundary ...Page 1329

The resolvent R ( 2 ; T ) is an

The resolvent R ( 2 ; T ) is an

**integral**operator whose kernel K ( t ... The equation ( 7 * -ā ) = 0 has the solution c'e - it**square**-**integrable**in the ...Page 1557

( 2-1 ) = 0 has a solution which is not

( 2-1 ) = 0 has a solution which is not

**square**-**integrable**but has a**square**-**integrable**derivative . Prove that the point 2 belongs to the essential ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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