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Extensions of symmetric operators and symmetric binary relations

  • A. N. Kochubei
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Abstract

Various classes of extensions of symmetric operators with equal (finite or infinite) defect numbers are described in terms of abstract boundary conditions. The dual problem of the description of extensions of a symmetric binary relation is also considered.

Keywords

Boundary Condition Binary Relation Dual Problem Symmetric Operator Abstract Boundary 
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