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Comment on “The problem of deficiency indices for discrete Schrödinger operators on locally finite graphs” [J. Math. Phys.52, 063512 (2011)]
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In this comment we answer negatively to our conjecture concerning the deficiency indices. More precisely, given any non-negative integer n, there is locally finite graph on which the adjacency matrix has deficiency indices (n, n).
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