• Corpus ID: 117886548

On a proposition relative to linear equations

  title={On a proposition relative to linear equations},
  author={Gaston Darboux},
  journal={arXiv: History and Philosophy of Physics},
  • G. Darboux
  • Published 3 August 1999
  • Mathematics
  • arXiv: History and Philosophy of Physics
The short Comptes Rendus Note of Darboux, first published in 1882, and also included in his course “Théorie des Surfaces”, second volume, page 210 (1889), was not recognized as important for about one century. In his famous textbook of 1926, Ince mentioned particular cases of Darboux’s result as exercises. However, Ince’s formulation is very close to the framework of supersymmetric quantum mechanics, and therefore should be considered as a valuable contribution. In 1979, V.B. Matveev realized… 

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