Hinton and Shaw’s Extension of Weyl’s M (λ) Theory to Systems
D. B. Hinton and J. K. Shaw have developed an extension of the Weyl theory which is a bit different from that of Chapter VI, and which proves to be ultimately much more useful in deriving the spectral resolution for self-adjoint systems.
KeywordsSingular Point Hamiltonian System Limit Circle Weyl Theory Defect Index
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