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- Linear Operator Theory in Engineering and Science
- Applications of Spectral Theory in the Material Sciences
- Linear Operator Theory in Engineering and Science / Edition 1
Linear Operator Theory in Engineering and Science
Applications of Spectral Theory in the Material Sciences
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Offers end pm EST. Authors: Christopher W. Curtis and Bernard Deconinck Journal: Math. Abstract: Hill's method is a means to numerically approximate spectra of linear differential operators with periodic coefficients. In this paper, we address different issues related to the convergence of Hill's method. We show the method does not produce any spurious approximations, and that for self-adjoint operators, the method converges in a restricted sense. Furthermore, assuming convergence of an eigenvalue, we prove convergence of the associated eigenfunction approximation in the -norm.
This book is a unique introduction to the theory of linear operators on Hilbert space. the basic facts of functional analysis in a form suitable for engineers, scientis. Front Matter. Pages i-xv. PDF · Introduction. Arch W. Naylor, George R. Sell New York ; Publisher Name Springer, New York, NY; eBook Packages.
Linear Operator Theory in Engineering and Science / Edition 1
The articles in this volume are based on recent research on the phenomenon of turbulence in fluid flows collected by the Institute for Mathematics and its Applications. This volume looks into the dynamical properties of the solutions of the Navier The theory and applications of infinite dimensional dynamical systems have attracted the attention of scientists for quite some time.
Normal operators are important because the spectral theorem holds for them. The class of normal operators is well understood. Examples of normal operators are.