Eigenvalue problems. The Rayleigh-Ritz method

  • Gaetano Fichera
Part of the Lecture Notes in Mathematics book series (LNM, volume 8)


Interesting Inequality Linear Subvariety Linear Hermitian Operator 
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Bibliography of Lecture 15

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    N. ARONSZAJN— The Raylegh-Ritz and the Weinstein Methods for approximation of Eigenvalues— (1. Operators in Hilbert Space)— Dept. of Math. Oklahoma Agricultural and Mechanical College, Stillwater Oklahoma— Tech. Rep. No 1, 1949.Google Scholar
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    G. FICHERA— see [1] of lecture 1..zbMATHGoogle Scholar
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    S. H. GOULD— Variational Methods in Eigenvalue, Problems— Univ. of Toronto Press, Toronto, 1957.Google Scholar
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    F. RIESZ— B. Sz. NAGY— see [5] of lecture 2..Google Scholar
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    A. WEINSTEIN— The intermediate Problems and the Maximum-Minimum Theory of Eigenvalues— Jour. of Math. and Mech. Indiana Univ. vol. 12, 1963. *** DIRECT SUPPORT *** A00J4007 00006Google Scholar

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