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Characteristic function of M. Liv\v{s}ic and some developments

  title={Characteristic function of M. Liv\v\{s\}ic and some developments},
  author={Lev Sakhnovich},
The area related to M. Livšic’s characteristic matrix functions is too vast to be discussed in one paper and we selected for this article the problems which are close to our scientific interests. We discuss M.Livšic’s results connected with characteristic matrix functions and various important developments including factorization of the transfer operator function, inverse problems, triangular models, reduction of the operators to the simplest form as well as applications to Wiener–Masani… 



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