# A look at the generalized Darboux transformations for the quasinormal spectra in Schwarzschild black hole perturbation theory: Just how general should it be?

@article{Yurov2019ALA, title={A look at the generalized Darboux transformations for the quasinormal spectra in Schwarzschild black hole perturbation theory: Just how general should it be?}, author={Artyom V. Yurov and Valerian A. Yurov}, journal={Physics Letters A}, year={2019} }

## 5 Citations

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New Chandrasekhar transformation in Kerr spacetime

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Analytical proof of the isospectrality of quasinormal modes for Schwarzschild-de Sitter and Schwarzschild-Anti de Sitter spacetimes

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- 2019

The deep reason why the equations describing axial and polar perturbations of Schwarzschild black holes have the same spectrum is far from trivial. In this article, we revisit the original proof and…

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