Spectral theory of a class of canonical differential systems
- L. A. Sakhnovich
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The general spectral theory of canonical systems is used to study a generalized Krein system. Direct and inverse problems for this system are considered. In particular, some proofs are supplied for Krein's results published by him without proof.
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- Spectral theory of a class of canonical differential systems
Functional Analysis and Its Applications
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