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**essential spectrum**of t lies in the half - plane { 21R2 > 0 } . B5 Given the Sturm - Liouville operator T = T = - / ( t - ( d ) dt ) p ( t ) ( d ! dt ) +9 ( t ) on the interval [ 0 , 0 ) ( p positive , q real ) , suppose ...Page 1599

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**essential spectrum**of 1 is the entire real axis ( 7.17 ) . ( 30 ) In the interval ( 0 , b ) assume that as t = 0 , 1 1 q ( t ) + 4t2 + +00 , 4ta logat then the**essential spectrum**of 1 is void ( Berkowitz [ 1 ] ) .Page 1613

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**essential spectrum**is to be defined as in Section 6 , and is a closed subset of the complex plane which coincides with the**essential spectrum**of the formal adjoint operator in the conjugate space . The**essential spectrum**of a formal ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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