On the spectrum of a vector Schrödinger operator
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We consider the asymptotics of the spectrum of a Sturm-Liouville operator acting on a space of vector functions and show that this asymptotics is affected by “rotation” of eigenvectors of the potential. A similar result is obtained for a vector Schrödinger operator.
Key wordsSchrödinger operator self-adjointness discrete spectrum counting function
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