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**boundary conditions**C , ( x ) = 0 , j = 1 , ... , m , is said to be stronger than the set B ( x ) = 0 , i = 1 , ... , k , if the boundary values B , are all linear combinations of the C ;. If each of two sets of**boundary conditions**is ...Page 1305

O is not a

O is not a

**boundary condition**either at a or at b ( so that , by Theorem 19 , the equation B ( / ) = 0 may be written as B ... A set of**boundary conditions**is said to be separated if it ( or , more generally , some set of boundary ...Page 1310

1 M imposition of a separated symmetric set of

1 M imposition of a separated symmetric set of

**boundary conditions**. Let Il 0. Then the**boundary conditions**are real , and there is exactly one solution o ( t , 2 ) of ( 1-2 ) = 0 square - integrable at a and satisfying the boundary ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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