By Vladimir A. Marchenko
The spectral thought of Sturm-Liouville operators is a classical area of research, comprising a wide selection of difficulties. along with the fundamental effects at the constitution of the spectrum and the eigenfunction growth of normal and singular Sturm-Liouville difficulties, it really is during this area that one-dimensional quantum scattering thought, inverse spectral difficulties, and the excellent connections of the idea with nonlinear evolution equations first turn into comparable. the most target of this e-book is to teach what will be accomplished by means of transformation operators in spectral idea in addition to of their purposes. the most tools and leads to this quarter (many of that are credited to the writer) are for the 1st time tested from a unified viewpoint. The direct and inverse difficulties of spectral research and the inverse scattering challenge are solved with assistance from the transformation operators in either self-adjoint and nonself-adjoint circumstances. The asymptotic formulae for spectral services, hint formulae, and the precise relation (in either instructions) among the smoothness of power and the asymptotics of eigenvalues (or the lengths of gaps within the spectrum) are got. additionally, the purposes of transformation operators and their generalizations to soliton conception (i.e., fixing nonlinear equations of Korteweg-de Vries style) are thought of. the hot bankruptcy five is dedicated to the steadiness of the inverse challenge recommendations. The estimation of the accuracy with which the potential for the Sturm-Liouville operator could be restored from the scattering information or the spectral functionality, in the event that they are just recognized on a finite period of a spectral parameter (i.e., on a finite period of energy), is received.
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