Empirical correlation operator and many-dimensional Hermite polynomials
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The action of an empirical correlation operator on the subspaces of vector Hermite polynomials of a given order is studied. The principal part of this operator is selected.
KeywordsEmpirical Correlation Principal Part Hermite Polynomial Correlation Operator
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