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By Damir Z. Arov, Harry Dym

This mostly self-contained therapy surveys, unites and extends a few twenty years of analysis on direct and inverse difficulties for canonical platforms of critical and differential equations and comparable platforms. 5 uncomplicated inverse difficulties are studied during which the most a part of the given info is both a monodromy matrix; an enter scattering matrix; an enter impedance matrix; a matrix valued spectral functionality; or an asymptotic scattering matrix. The corresponding direct difficulties also are taken care of.

The publication contains introductions to the speculation of matrix valued whole features, reproducing kernel Hilbert areas of vector valued complete capabilities (with distinct recognition to 2 very important areas brought via L. de Branges), the speculation of J-inner matrix valued capabilities and their software to bitangential interpolation and extension difficulties, which might be used independently for classes and seminars in research or for self-study.

A variety of examples are offered to demonstrate the speculation.

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82) holds, then b3 ∈ E ∩ Sinp×p and b4 ∈ E ∩ Sinp×p ⇐⇒ A ∈ E ∩ U (J). 82) holds. Moreover, this resolvent matrix automatically belongs to the class UrR (Jp ). 84) where p×p C˚ p×p = {c ∈ C p×p : c ∈ H∞ p×p and (Rc)−1 ∈ L∞ }. 85) will hold if and only if A ∈ UrsR (Jp ), since UrsR (Jp ) = {A ∈ U (Jp ) : C(A) ∩ C˚ p×p = ∅}. 84) to hold. 84) to hold. 10. 21), then there exists exactly one normalized nondecreasing chain {bx3 , bx4 }, 0 ≤ x < d, of pairs of entire inner p × p mvf’s such that {bx3 , bx4 } ∈ apII (Ax ) for 0 ≤ x < d.

J=1 Moreover, the convergence is uniform on each compact subset of C, since n (λ) ≤ eRtrace {M( The converse is self-evident, since )−M(0)} for |λ| ≤ R. ∈ E ∩ U ◦ (J). 16 If U ∈ E ∩ U ◦ (J), then U (λ) ≤ exp{|λ|2π trace K0U (0)}. 50) det U (λ) = exp{iλ2π trace [K0U (0)J]}. 15, it suffices to establish the asserted statements for U (λ) = exp{iλAJ} for positive semidefinite matrices A ∈ Cm×m . But then clearly ∞ U (λ) ≤ k=0 iλAJ k! k ∞ ≤ k=0 |λ|k A k! k ≤ exp{|λ| A } and, since det eB = exp{trace B}, det U (λ) = exp{trace [iλAJ]}.

The proof is by induction. The case k = 1 is self-evident. Suppose next that the bound is valid for k = n − 1 and let 0 = t0 < t1 < · · · < t < t < d. Then the inequalities uk (t, λ) ≤ un−1 (t j−1 , λ)[M(t j ) − M(t j−1 )]J j=1 un−1 (t j−1 ) ≤ M(t j ) − M(t j−1 ) J j=1 ≤ j=1 ≤ = |λ|n−1 ψ (t j−1 )n−1 [ψ (t j ) − ψ (t j−1 )] y◦ (n − 1)! |λ|n−1 y◦ (n − 1)! t 0 |λ|n−1 ψ (t )n ◦ y n! 1 Canonical integral systems 29 imply that t |λ|n−1 ψ (t )n ◦ y n! 6) for k = n also, and hence by induction for every integer k ≥ 1.

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