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Volkovaya V. A. Synthesis in the Polynomial Kernel of Two Analytic Functionals. Izvestiya of Saratov University. Mathematics. Mechanics. Informatics, 2014, vol. 14, iss. 3, pp. 251-262. DOI: 10.18500/1816-9791-2014-14-3-251-262, EDN: SMSJTN

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Synthesis in the Polynomial Kernel of Two Analytic Functionals

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Volkovaya Victoria Anatolievna, Kuban State University
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Let ¼ be an entire function of minimal type and order ½ = 1 and let ¼(D) be the corresponding differential operator. Maximal ¼(D)-invariant subspace of the kernel of an analytic functional is called its C[¼]-kernel. C[¼]-kernel of a system of analytic functionals is called the intersection of theirC[¼]-kernels. The paper describes the conditions which allow synthesis ofC[¼]-kernels of two analytical functionals with respect to the root elements of the differential operator ¼(D). 

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16.03.2014
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17.07.2014
Published: 
10.09.2014
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