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17 ( Schmidt ) The non -

17 ( Schmidt ) The non -

**zero**eigenvalues of T * T are the same as the non -**zero**eigenvalues of TT * , even as to multiplicity ( the positive square roots of these eigenvalues are sometimes called the characteristic numbers of T ) .Page 1464

Then ( a ) if lim supt - otq ( t ) < - ( 1/4 ) , every solution of of = 0 has an infinite number of

Then ( a ) if lim supt - otq ( t ) < - ( 1/4 ) , every solution of of = 0 has an infinite number of

**zeros**on [ a , 0 ) ; ( b ) if lim infot ( t ) > - ( 1/4 ) , no solution , not identically**zero**, of it o has more than a finite number ...Page 1727

T. more ( 7 ) ( S49 ) ( x ) = 0,9EC ( En ) , -k Smin ( L ) Smax ( L ) Sk , if one of X1 , ... , An is

T. more ( 7 ) ( S49 ) ( x ) = 0,9EC ( En ) , -k Smin ( L ) Smax ( L ) Sk , if one of X1 , ... , An is

**zero**. Suppose that we let I , denote the cube 1 . = { x € E " \ . « Si , i = 1 , ... , n } . Then for –k s min ( L ) S max ( L ) < k ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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