A discrete Hardy’s uncertainty principle and discrete evolutions
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In this paper we give a discrete version of Hardy’s uncertainty principle, by using complex variable arguments, as in the classical proof of Hardy’s principle. Moreover, we give an interpretation of this principle in terms of decaying solutions to the discrete Schrödinger and heat equations.
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