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Corollary 23 and from Theorems 19 and 20 that d ' and d ' exceed by n the number of independent boundary values at a and at b

Corollary 23 and from Theorems 19 and 20 that d ' and d ' exceed by n the number of independent boundary values at a and at b

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for all solutions of ( 1-1 ) 0 = 0 ( ( 7 * — ) o = 0 ) which are squareintegrable in a neighborhood of a and b

for all solutions of ( 1-1 ) 0 = 0 ( ( 7 * — ) o = 0 ) which are squareintegrable in a neighborhood of a and b

**respectively**, and which satisfy the boundary ...Page 1548

extensions of S and Ŝ

extensions of S and Ŝ

**respectively**, and let an ( T ) and 2n ( ft ) be the numbers defined for the self adjoint operators T and Î as in Exercise D2 .### What people are saying - Write a review

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