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2(A+X) . 5) where for any integer j tor defined on T(j) (x) = P(tjx) + Q(x). that T(l) C by the notation n ] It is clear +. - . T(-l). The (-1) T contains tC + CO. S~nce, T (1) = 0, we T(l) is Fredholm with a(T(l» = 0, ß(T(l» = 1. Similarly, T(-l) is Fredholm with It follows that for general with denotes the opera- is left-invertible with left-inverse (1) image of conclude T(j) i(T(j»=-j j, a(T(-l» = 1, ß(T(-l» the operator = O.
Aating on [L 2 (r) ]n J are given by I p + n (j CL. ) j > R. -j-l dirn Ker[co1[X 1J i1 ]i=0 ] j < R. 9) . PROOF. When j:: R. , then the partial indices of R. are J all non-positive. ) = -k, where k is the J total factorization index of R.. From equation (1. 8) we conJ clude k = indr(det Rj ) = n(R. ) = n(R. - j) - p . Therefore, CL. ) , when j:: R.. J When j < R. -j A Pr~ + TR. Qr~. 8), where E mapping ~ ~ Xl(I - AJ1)-1~ is one-to-one from p 'R,'l [L 2 (r)]n' then o. j = dim KerlcOl[XlJ~]i:r ] as completes the proof.
Et, J In the matrix "0 # 0) is the usual r x r-Jordan ceZZ o o Let (j (~l (X,J) X = [X d , ... , Xd ] 1 p where and is called a (finite) spectraZ pair for L . s X the eigenchains corresponding to the same root d det L(,,) are chosen so that the collection of first vectors from these chains span Ker L("O) . It is easy to conclude from the definition of generalized eigenchains that AOX + AIXJ + ... + AmXJ m o . 6) Moreover, the kernel of the matrix Q = col [XJ consists of the zero subspace. 7) Note that in the special case X is n x nm and Q is invertible.
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