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Then in this angle any

Then in this angle any

**solution**of Lf = 0 whose asymptotic expansion begins with the factor exp ( 511 ) -1 ) is exponentially small ( as { z } → 00 in the angle ) relative to any**solution**whose asymptotic expansion begins with the ...Page 1553

Suppose that q is bounded below on the interval [ 0 , 0 ) , and let f be a bounded

Suppose that q is bounded below on the interval [ 0 , 0 ) , and let f be a bounded

**solution**of the equation ( 1-1 ) ... ( b ) if all**solutions**of the equation ( 2-1 ) } = 0 are bounded , then belongs to the essential spectrum of t .Page 1556

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

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 the operator t has two boundary values at infinity , then N ( t ) lim ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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