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Then the boundary conditions are real, and there is eractly one solution p(t, A) of

(r—A) p = 0

and exactly one solution p(t, A) of (t–A) p = 0

...

Then the boundary conditions are real, and there is eractly one solution p(t, A) of

(r—A) p = 0

**square**-**integrable**at a and satisfying the boundary conditions at a,and exactly one solution p(t, A) of (t–A) p = 0

**square**-**integrable**at b and satisfying...

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Then the boundary conditions are real, and there is exactly one solution p(t, A) of

(t–A)0 = 0

ea actly one solution p(t, 2) of (t—A)0 = 0

Then the boundary conditions are real, and there is exactly one solution p(t, A) of

(t–A)0 = 0

**square**-**integrable**at a and satisfying the boundary conditions at a, andea actly one solution p(t, 2) of (t—A)0 = 0

**squareintegrable**at b satisfying the ...Page 1552

sq(t)}/2]. " 44(t)}/2. s. Q(t)-1/2 dt = 00 for all A, then the essential spectrum of r is

the entire real axis. F5 Using the device of ... (c) If it is also assumed that q is

bounded, then any solution which is linearly independent of a

...

sq(t)}/2]. " 44(t)}/2. s. Q(t)-1/2 dt = 00 for all A, then the essential spectrum of r is

the entire real axis. F5 Using the device of ... (c) If it is also assumed that q is

bounded, then any solution which is linearly independent of a

**square**-**integrable**...

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SPECTRAL THEORY | 858 |

Bounded Normal Operators in Hilbert Space | 887 |

Miscellaneous Applications | 937 |

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