Realizability Theory for Continuous Linear Systems

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Courier Corporation, 1995 - Mathematics - 231 pages
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Concise exposition of realizability theory as applied to continous linear systems, specifically to the operators generated by physical systems as mappings of stimuli into responses. Many problems included.
 

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Contents

VectorValued Functions
1
1ntegration with VectorValued Functions
23
BanachSpaceValued Testing Functions
49
Kernel Operators
77
Convolution Operators
96
The Laplave Transformation
118
Analyticity and the Exchange Formula
119
The Admittance Formulism
149
Appendix A Linear Spaces
194
Appendix E 1nductiveLimit Spaces
211
Appendix F Bilinear Mappings and Tensor Products
213
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