## Linear Operators: Spectral theory |

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Q.E.D. A number of other principles belonging to the formal algebra of

of them; for this reason they will not be numbered as theorems and lemmas.

Q.E.D. A number of other principles belonging to the formal algebra of

**formal****differential operators**are worth mentioning although we shall not make much useof them; for this reason they will not be numbered as theorems and lemmas.

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is formally self adjoint provided only that the coefficients p, are real. In the same

way, the

formally self adjoint provided that p(t) is a real function. If we use these

observations ...

is formally self adjoint provided only that the coefficients p, are real. In the same

way, the

**formal differential operator**(i/2)(d/dt)"{p(t)(d/dt)+(d/dt)p(t)}(d/dt)" isformally self adjoint provided that p(t) is a real function. If we use these

observations ...

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Prove that the essential spectrum of t is contained in the set A10 Let t be a regular

I). Prove that the essential spectrum of t coincides with the essential spectrum ...

Prove that the essential spectrum of t is contained in the set A10 Let t be a regular

**formal differential operator**on an interval I, and let B be a compact operator in L2(I). Prove that the essential spectrum of t coincides with the essential spectrum ...

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SPECTRAL THEORY | 858 |

868 | 885 |

Miscellaneous Applications | 937 |

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