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**formal differential operator**of order n on the interval I is an expression din - 1 T = din tan - ı ( t ) dt + ... + ag ( t ) , dt ( 1 ) - Σα ( 1 ) ) n such that the complex - valued functions aí , called the coefficient functions ...Page 1290

that since time = ( 1,1 ) ) * , the operator di Σ ( -1 ) dt n dt is formally self adjoint provided only that the coefficients pi are real . In the same way , the

that since time = ( 1,1 ) ) * , the operator di Σ ( -1 ) dt n dt is formally self adjoint provided only that the coefficients pi are real . In the same way , the

**formal differential operator**( i / 2 ) ( d / dt ) " { p ( t ) ( d / dt ) + ...Page 1540

Prove that the essential spectrum of 1 is contained in the set non n = 1 A10 Lett be a regular

Prove that the essential spectrum of 1 is contained in the set non n = 1 A10 Lett be a regular

**formal differential operator**on an interval I , and let B be a compact operator in L2 ( I ) . Prove that the essential spectrum of coincides ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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