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- A local spectral theory for closed operators
- A local spectral theory for closed operators
- A local spectral theory for closed operators
- A review of spectral methods : Liviu Lustman
- A short course on spectral theory
- Algebraic multiplicity of eigenvalues of linear operators
- An introduction to bispectral analysis and bilinear time series models
- An introduction to semi-tensor product of matrices and its applications
- An introduction to semi-tensor product of matrices and its applications
- An inverse spectral problem related to the Geng-Xue two-component peakon equation
- Analyse semi-classique pour l'équation de Harper : (avec application à l'équation de Schrödinger avec champ magnétique)
- Analyse semi-classique pour l'équation de Harper II : comportement semi-classique près d'un rationnel
- Analytic deformations of the spectrum of a family of Dirac operators on an odd-dimensional manifold with boundary
- Basic analysis of regularized series and products
- Bound states of the magnetic Schrödinger operator
- Boundary value problems, Weyl functions, and differential operators
- Box approximation and related techniques in spectral theory
- Charting the operator terrain
- Digital spectral analysis
- Eigenspaces of graphs
- Eigenspaces of graphs
- Eigenspaces of graphs
- Expansions in eigenfunctions of selfadjoint operators
- Explicit formulas for regularized products and series
- Functional analysis
- Functional inequalities, Markov semigroups and spectral theory
- Functional inequalities, Markov semigroups and spectral theory : Fan han bu deng shi, Ma'erkefu ban qun yu pu li lun
- Gaussian processes, function theory, and the inverse spectral problem
- General eigenfunction expansions and unitary representations of topological groups
- Generalized Minkowski content, spectrum of fractal drums, fractal strings, and the Riemann-zeta-function
- Geometric and arithmetic methods in the spectral theory of multidimensional periodic operators
- Geometry of reflecting rays and inverse spectral problems
- HOO ring spectra and their applications
- Hankel operators on Hilbert space
- Heat kernels and spectral theory
- Heisenberg calculus and spectral theory of hypoelliptic operators on Heisenberg manifolds
- Hypoelliptic estimates and spectral theory for Fokker-Planck operators and Witten Laplacians
- Integration and probability
- Introduction to Hilbert space and the theory of spectral multiplicity
- Introduction to spectral theory : selfadjoint ordinary differential operators
- Introduction to spectral theory in Hilbert space
- Introduction to the spectral theory of polynomial operator pencils
- Invariant representations of GSp(2) under tensor product with a quadratic character
- Inverse spectral theory
- Le papillon de Hofstadter revisité
- Limit operators, collective compactness, and the spectral theory of infinite matrices
- Linear operators and their spectra
- Linear operators and their spectra
- Manifolds with cusps of rank one : spectral theory and L2-index theorem
- Modern aspects of linear algebra
- Multiparameter spectral theory in Hilbert space
- Méthodes semi-classiques
- Non-commutative spectral theory for affine function spaces on convex sets
- Non-linear and non-stationary time series analysis
- Nonlinear methods of spectral analysis
- Nonlinear spectral theory
- Nonlinear spectral theory
- Notes on spectral theory
- Numerical analysis of spectral methods : theory and applications
- On one-sided filters for spectral Fourier approximations of discontinuous functions
- On some aspects of oscillation theory and geometry
- On the spectra of Schrödinger and Jacobi operators with complex-valued quasi-periodic algebro-geometric coefficients
- Operator functions and localization of spectra
- Parameter estimation and hypothesis testing in spectral analysis of stationary time series
- Propriétés spectrales des algèbres de Banach
- Regular Graphs
- Regular b-groups, degenerating Riemann surfaces, and spectral theory
- Scattering operator, Eisenstein series, inner product formula, and "Maass-Selberg" relations for Kleinian groups
- Schrödinger-type operators with continuous spectra
- Selected problems of weighted approximation and spectral analysis
- Selfadjoint operators in spaces of functions of infinitely many variables
- Semi-classical analysis for Harper's equation III : Cantor structure of the spectrum
- Semi-classical analysis for the Schrödinger operator and applications
- Singular Spectrum Analysis : Using R
- Spectra of random and almost-periodic operators
- Spectral Theory of Canonical Systems
- Spectral analysis and time series
- Spectral analysis of differential operators : interplay between spectral and oscillatory properties
- Spectral analysis of differential operators : interplay between spectral and oscillatory properties
- Spectral analysis of nonlinear operators
- Spectral analysis of relativistic operators
- Spectral analysis of relativistic operators
- Spectral and scattering theory for wave propagation in perturbed stratified media
- Spectral approximation of linear operators
- Spectral asymptotics in the semi-classical limit
- Spectral asymptotics in the semi-classical limit
- Spectral asymptotics on degenerating hyperbolic 3-manifolds
- Spectral decomposition and Eisenstein series : une paraphrase de l'écriture
- Spectral decomposition of a covering of GL(r) : the Borel case
- Spectral decompostions on Banach spaces
- Spectral methods : fundamentals in single domains
- Spectral methods for partial differential equations
- Spectral methods for time-dependent problems
- Spectral methods in linear transport theory
- Spectral properties of Hamiltonian operators
- Spectral properties of noncommuting operators
- Spectral properties of self-similar lattices and iteration of rational maps
- Spectral representations for Schrödinger operators with long-range potentials
- Spectral theory
- Spectral theory and complex analysis
- Spectral theory and its applications
- Spectral theory and wave operators for the Schrödinger equation
- Spectral theory for bounded functions and applications to evolution equations
- Spectral theory for bounded functions and applications to evolution equations
- Spectral theory in Riemannian geometry
- Spectral theory of Banach space operators : C[k superscript]-classification, abstract Volterra operators, similarity, spectrality, local spectral analysis
- Spectral theory of automorphic functions
- Spectral theory of block operator matrices and applications
- Spectral theory of block operator matrices and applications
- Spectral theory of functions and operators
- Spectral theory of linear operators
- Spectral theory of non-commutative harmonic oscillators : an introduction
- Spectral theory of operators in Hilbert space
- Spectral theory of ordinary differential operators
- Spectral theory of ordinary differential operators
- Spectral theory of random Schrödinger operators : a genetic introduction
- Spectral theory of random fields
- Spectral theory of the Riemann zeta-function
- Spectral transform and solitons : tools to solve and investigate nonlinear evolution equations
- Spectral/hp element methods for CFD
- Spectral/hp element methods for CFD
- Spectral/hp element methods for computational fluid dynamics
- Spektraldarstellung linearer Transformationen des Hilbertschen Raumes
- Stability estimates for semigroups and partly parabolic reaction diffusion equations
- Structured ring spectra
- Sturm-Liouville operators and applications
- Szegő's theorem and its descendants : spectral theory for L2 perturbations of orthogonal polynomials
- Szegő's theorem and its descendants : spectral theory for L2 perturbations of orthogonal polynomials
- Séminaire sur les algèbres complètes
- The Riemann Problem, Complete Integrability and Arithmetic Applications : proceedings of a seminar held at the Institut des hautes études scientifiques (IHES) Bures-sur-Yvette, France, and at Columbia University, city of New York, U.S.A., 1979-80
- The Selberg trace formula for PSL2 (IR)n̳
- The arithmetic and spectral analysis of Poincaré series
- The category of H-modules over a spectrum
- The cubic Szegő equation and Hankel operators
- The meromorphic continuation and functional equations of cuspidal Eisenstein series for maximal cuspidal groups
- The precise spectral asymptotics for elliptic operators acting in fiberings over manifolds with boundary
- The spectral analysis of time series
- The spectral analysis of time series
- The spectral theorem
- The spectral theory of geometrically periodic hyperbolic 3-manifolds
- The spectral theory of periodic differential equations
- Theory of generalized spectral operators
- Threshold models in non-linear time series analysis
- Théorie spectrale pour des opérateurs globalement elliptiques
- Topics in spectral and inverse spectral theory
- Transference and Szego's theorem for measure preserving transformations
- Treatise on the shift operator : spectral function theory
- Uniform high order spectral methods for one and two dimensional Euler equations
- Weil representation I : intertwining distributions and discrete spectrum
- Études spectrales d'opérateurs de transfert et applications

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