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( t ) c ) dt . is formally self adjoint provided only that the

( t ) c ) dt . is formally self adjoint provided only that the

**coefficients**pa are real . In the same way , the formal differential operator ( i / 2 ) ( d / dt ) " { p ( t ) ( d / dt ) + ( d / dt ) p ( t ) } ( d / dt ) " is formally ...Page 1320

If 0 * is any other basis for the set of solutions of the equations 1 * 0 = 0 which are square - integrable in the neighborhood of a , then the

If 0 * is any other basis for the set of solutions of the equations 1 * 0 = 0 which are square - integrable in the neighborhood of a , then the

**coefficients**â , defined by the relation 1 K ( t , s ) 2 , ( 0 ) 7 * ( s ) = { 1 , ( 0 ) 9 ...Page 1435

kt " ) , ez , 054 ) , c.2 , can be determined by formally substituting the asymptotic expression for Oj in ** and comparing

kt " ) , ez , 054 ) , c.2 , can be determined by formally substituting the asymptotic expression for Oj in ** and comparing

**coefficients**of z- " . Thus , in all cases in which we deal with a formal differential operator on an interval I ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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