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CHAPTER XIII Ordinary Differential Operators 1 . Introduction : Elementary

Properties of

the most important single class of operators are the differential operators . The

study ...

CHAPTER XIII Ordinary Differential Operators 1 . Introduction : Elementary

Properties of

**Formal Differential Operators**From the point of view of applications ,the most important single class of operators are the differential operators . The

study ...

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It is nearly evident that the topology for C " ( I ) is independent of the particular

sequence { Jk } of compact subintervals of I used in its definition . 1 DEFINITION .

A

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It is nearly evident that the topology for C " ( I ) is independent of the particular

sequence { Jk } of compact subintervals of I used in its definition . 1 DEFINITION .

A

**formal differential operator**of order n on the interval I is an expression 2 - 1 T =1 ...

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Nelson Dunford, Jacob T. Schwartz, William G. Bade, Robert G. Bartle. that since

time = ( T271 ) * , the

provided only that the coefficients Pi are real . In the same way , the

Nelson Dunford, Jacob T. Schwartz, William G. Bade, Robert G. Bartle. that since

time = ( T271 ) * , the

**operator**į ( - 18 ( m ) 2 . 0 ) ( cm is**formally**self adjointprovided only that the coefficients Pi are real . In the same way , the

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