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Borg-Marchenko-type Uniqueness Results for CMV Operators

  title={Borg-Marchenko-type Uniqueness Results for CMV Operators},
  author={Stephen Clark and Fritz Gesztesy and Maxim Zinchenko},
  journal={arXiv: Spectral Theory},
We prove local and global versions of Borg-Marchenko-type uniqueness theorems for half-lattice and full-lattice CMV operators (CMV for Cantero, Moral, and Velazquez \cite{CMV03}). While our half-lattice results are formulated in terms of Weyl-Titchmarsh functions, our full-lattice results involve the diagonal and main off-diagonal Green's functions. 
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