By Damir Z. Arov, Harry Dym

This principally self-contained remedy surveys, unites and extends a few twenty years of analysis on direct and inverse difficulties for canonical structures of necessary and differential equations and comparable structures. 5 easy inverse difficulties are studied during which the most a part of the given information 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 handled.

The booklet contains introductions to the speculation of matrix valued whole features, reproducing kernel Hilbert areas of vector valued whole services (with certain realization to 2 very important areas brought by means of L. de Branges), the speculation of J-inner matrix valued services and their program to bitangential interpolation and extension difficulties, that are used independently for classes and seminars in research or for self-study.

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Let y2 (s, λ) = a(s, λ) and y1 (s, λ) = −(iλ)−1 a+ (s, λ), 0 ≤ s < d . 56) or equivalently, upon setting y(s, λ) = [y1 (s, λ) y2 (s, λ)] and M(s) = s 0 0 m(s) for 0 ≤ s < d, as s y(s, λ) = y(0, λ) + iλ y(u, λ)dM(u)J1 , 0 ≤ s < d. 57) 0 0 −1 , but with a −1 0 nondecreasing 2 × 2 matrix-valued mass function M(s) that is only left continuous on the interval [0, d). 56) is well defined and y1 (s, λ) will be left continuous on this interval for every choice of y1 (0, λ) ∈ C and y2 (0, λ) ∈ C. 56) is well defined too.

E. e. on [0, d), and m×m ([0, d)). 1) with locally absolutely continuous mass function M(t ) = H(s)ds. 2 Let M(t ) be a continuous nondecreasing m × m mvf on the interval [0, d] with M(0) = 0 and let ψ (t ) = trace M(t ). 10) Then ψ (t ) is a continuous nondecreasing function on [0, d] with ψ (0) = 0 and M(t ) is absolutely continuous with respect to ψ (t ) on the interval 0 ≤ t ≤ d. 11) which is valid for 0 ≤ t1 ≤ t2 < d. If ψ (t ) is a strictly increasing continuous function on [0, d) with ψ (0) = 0 and = lim ψ (t ), t↑d then there exists a continuous strictly increasing function ϕ(x) on [0, ) such that ϕ(ψ (t )) = t for 0 ≤ t < d and ψ (ϕ(x)) = x for 0 ≤ x < .

75) will hold. 75) hold. 20. 13 Bitangential direct and inverse input impedance and spectral problems The bitangential direct and inverse input impedance and spectral problems that are considered in Chapters 7 and 11 are related to interpolation problems in the Carath´eodory class in much the same way that input scattering problems are related to interpolation problems in the Schur class. The main differences are: 1. 20) is considered with J = Jp instead of J = j pq and the matrizant is denoted At (λ) instead of Wt (λ).