## Linear Operators: Spectral operators |

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The confluent hypergeometric

so that " = 0, ..." = 1. Thus the Stokes lines for this

negative imaginary axes. Trying solutions of the form zoo (1 + cz + ...) and e-z ...

The confluent hypergeometric

**equation**has the characteristic**equation**&”–2 = 0,so that " = 0, ..." = 1. Thus the Stokes lines for this

**equation**are the positive andnegative imaginary axes. Trying solutions of the form zoo (1 + cz + ...) and e-z ...

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do it to o o olo no o o G3 Suppose that the operator t has the property that for

some A the derivative of every square-integrable solution of the

0 is bounded. Prove that t has no boundary values at infinity. G4 (Wintner)

Suppose ...

do it to o o olo no o o G3 Suppose that the operator t has the property that for

some A the derivative of every square-integrable solution of the

**equation**(2–1)f =0 is bounded. Prove that t has no boundary values at infinity. G4 (Wintner)

Suppose ...

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What is the relationship between 0(t) and the number of zeros of a solution of the

above

operator r has two boundary values at infinity, then N(t) lim — = 00, t— oc t?

What is the relationship between 0(t) and the number of zeros of a solution of the

above

**equation**? G14 Use the result of the preceding exercise to show that if theoperator r has two boundary values at infinity, then N(t) lim — = 00, t— oc t?

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BAlgebras | 859 |

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