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Spectral Theory of Partial Differential Equations

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Spectral Theory of Partial Differential Equations
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Publisher: arXiv
Number of pages: 120

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This mini-course of 20 lectures aims at highlights of spectral theory for self-adjoint partial differential operators, with a heavy emphasis on problems with discrete spectrum. The course aims to develop your mental map of spectral theory in partial differential equations.

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