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The One‐Sided Green's Function
1.E. L. Ince, Ordinary Differential Equations (Dover Publications, New York, 1944), p. 254.
2.An analogous problem (among others) is solved for the classical Green’s function in a forthcoming paper by K. S. Miller and M. M. Schiffer entitled “On the Green’s functions of ordinary differential systems.”
3.G. Darboux, Leçons sur la théorie générale des surfaces (Gauthier‐Villars et Fils, Paris, 1889), Vol. II, p. 102.
4. is the formal or lagrange adjoint of L. See reference 1, p. 123.
5.Reference 1, p. 256.
6.See, for example, K. S. Miller and R. J. Schwarz, J. Appl. Phys. 21, 290–294 (1950).
6.However, precisely because of its one‐sidedness, does not readily lend itself to many theoretical problems, for example, determining the conditions under which Eq. (7) represents a self‐adjoint integral operator.
7.L. A. Zadeh, J. Appl. Phys. 21, 642–645 (1950).
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