The Weinstein—Aronszajn method

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


Degenerate Operator 
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Bibliography of Lecture 16

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    N. ARONSZAJN— see [1] of lecture 15..Google Scholar
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    N. ARONSZAJN— Approximation methods for eigenvalues of completely continuous symmetric operators— Proc. Symp. Spectral Theory and Diff. Problems— Stillwater, Okla. 1951.Google Scholar
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    G. FICHERA— see [1] of lecture 1..zbMATHGoogle Scholar
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