## Linear Operators: Spectral operators |

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By making the change of variable z → (1/2), similar results can be obtained for

singularities at

n [++] X 2,[2):”-of”(z) = 0, k=0 where x, (z) = 1 and the coefficients x, are analytic in

...

By making the change of variable z → (1/2), similar results can be obtained for

singularities at

**infinity**. Suppose that we are dealing with an equation of the formn [++] X 2,[2):”-of”(z) = 0, k=0 where x, (z) = 1 and the coefficients x, are analytic in

...

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(Hint: Ad (a): Use the identity ff" = (ff')'—f": if f' is not square-integrable, then (ff')

tends to

derive the intermediary estimates | si(s)"(s)as + s. smin (–10), 0)f(s)'ds = o(I) and ...

(Hint: Ad (a): Use the identity ff" = (ff')'—f": if f' is not square-integrable, then (ff')

tends to

**infinity**, and hence so does (fo)", and thus also fo, contradiction. Ad (d):derive the intermediary estimates | si(s)"(s)as + s. smin (–10), 0)f(s)'ds = o(I) and ...

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G24 Suppose that - t - f I (; ) N | \ | *-2 lion [(x) N()); | < OO and prove that the

operator t has no boundary values at

preceding exercise.) G25 Suppose that lim inf [N(t)–N(t–1)] → 00 t-co and prove

that ...

G24 Suppose that - t - f I (; ) N | \ | *-2 lion [(x) N()); | < OO and prove that the

operator t has no boundary values at

**infinity**. (Hint: Set u = t2 and Q(t) = the in thepreceding exercise.) G25 Suppose that lim inf [N(t)–N(t–1)] → 00 t-co and prove

that ...

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