• Corpus ID: 173990138

Unique continuation properties for abstract Schroedinger equations and applications

  title={Unique continuation properties for abstract Schroedinger equations and applications},
  author={Veli B. Shakhmurov},
  journal={arXiv: Analysis of PDEs},
  • V. Shakhmurov
  • Published 28 May 2019
  • Mathematics
  • arXiv: Analysis of PDEs
In this paper, Hardy's uncertainty principle and unique continuation properties of Schrodinger equations with operator potentials in Hilbert space-valued classes are obtained. Since the Hilbert space H and linear operators are arbitrary, by choosing the appropriate spaces and operators we obtain numerous classes of Schrodinger type equations and its finite and infinite many systems which occur in a wide variety of physical systems. 



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