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Document Type: | Book |
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All Authors / Contributors: |
Damir Z Arov; Harry Dym |

ISBN: | 9781107018877 1107018870 |

OCLC Number: | 775664076 |

Description: | xiv, 472 pages ; 24 cm. |

Contents: | Introduction -- Canonical systems and related differential equations -- Matrix-valued functions in the Nevanlinna class -- Interpolation problems, resolvent matrices and de Branges spaces -- Chains that are matrizants and chains of associated pairs -- The bitangential direct input scattering problems -- Bitangential direct input impedance and spectral problems -- Inverse monodromy problems -- Bitangential Krein extension problems -- Bitangential inverse input scattering problems -- Bitangential inverse input impedance and spectral problems -- Direct and inverse problems for Dirac-Krein systems. |

Series Title: | Encyclopedia of mathematics and its applications, v. 145. |

Responsibility: | Damir Z. Arov, Harry Dym. |

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An essentially self-contained treatment ideal for mathematicians, physicists or engineers whose research is connected with inverse problems.
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