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**Prove**that the essential spectrum of the operator t in L ( I ) is the empty set . E8 ( Bellman ) Suppose that every solution of the equation tt = 0 is of class L , ( 1 ) and that every solution of the equation ** 1 = 0 ) is of class L ...Page 1557

**Prove**that the point I belongs to the essential spectrum of t . G20 ( Wintner ) . Suppose that q is bounded below , and suppose that 2 does not belong to the essential spectrum of t . Let f be a square - integrable solution of the ...Page 1568

**Prove**that a self adjoint extension of the operator has a negative eigenvalue only if 60 ° telg ( t ) | dt 21 . H13 Suppose that Soo ( 1 + t ) g ( t ) \ dt < c .**Prove**that the origin lies in the continuous spectrum of every self ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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