2017
Том 69
№ 6

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Spectral structure and self - conjugation of perturbations of differential operators with constant coefficients

Nizhnik L. P.

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Abstract

If $P(D) + \sum^k_{j=1}c_j(x)Q_j(D)$ is a formally self-conjugate differential expression with sufficiently smooth and rapidly decreasing toward infinity coefficients $c_j(x)$ there exist absolutely summable throughout the space of derivatives $c_j(x)$ to the order $\max \left\{n + 1, q_j\right\}$, where $n$ is the dimension of the space, and $q_j$ is the degree of the polynomial $Q_j(\xi)$, and $$\lim_{[\eta]\rightarrow\infty}\int_{|\xi - \eta|\leq1}\frac{\sum^k_{j=1}|Q_j(\xi)|^2}{1 + |P(\xi)|^2}$$ the closure in $L_2(E^n)$ of the differential operator, determined on a class of infinitely differentiable finite functions $c^{\infty}_0$ by means of the differential exit pression $P(D) + \sum^k_{j=1}c_j(x) Q_j(D)$ is a self-conjugate operator, the limiting spectrum of which coincides with the set of values of the polynomial $P(\xi)$.

Citation Example: Nizhnik L. P. Spectral structure and self - conjugation of perturbations of differential operators with constant coefficients // Ukr. Mat. Zh. - 1963. - 15, № 4. - pp. 385-399.

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