Nonlinear Equations and Operator Algebras by Vladimir A. Marchenko (auth.)

By Vladimir A. Marchenko (auth.)

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I, = L a;;:l (Px,-. p)a;::' (PXh P) ... Ai"h, ... , = i, = Q(PxIP, PX2P, ... ), Whence follows validity of the considered statement. REMARK: Multiplying both sides of the later equality by P from the right, we see that the elements PXiP E P K P satisfy also the equation L a;;:l (Px,-. p)a;::' (PXh P) ... P Ail,j" ... P = 0 i, which can be naturally called the projection of the initial equation onto the subring PKP. ,= Consider now the nonlinear equations of the preceding section which are satisfied by the logarithmic derivatives r-Iar.

101 = a OI implies that 2k - 1(8(k+ 1) (e) - 8 k (eh)Ck = o. 24) Employing this equality and formula 1(2), we obtain 8(e) - 80 (eh = 0, 8 2 (e) - 8(eh = a l = 80 (e)a l , 83 (e) - 8 2 (eh = a 2 1 + 21 a l = 0, 8 4 (e) - 83 (eh = 82 (e)a l . §3 Thus, for k Projection Operation = 0, 1, the 17 equalities hold, whence it follows by induction that they hold for all integer values of k, provided that I satisfies Eq. 24). 22), then Eq. 25) 1~2i+l~N We will show that Eq. 24) permits us to eliminate I from the above equation, leaving only its derivatives a OI , ai, a 21 , ....

0 0 0 o e 0 0 ( ·· · 0 .. are invertible in the ring MatN(Ko)(N N- 1 = N- 1N = eN, where eN is the unity of the ring MatN(Ko)) and, according to Eqs. 4), ... ah)=WN(eN-p) . 5) aW(eN - P) = W N(eN - P) in which the matrices P and N are defined by Eqs. 4). 6) eO... 0) e ... 0 '11 '12 . 0 '1N 0 0 ... 1. 7) aN ii N = I:aN-iUd'1i (1 ~ i ~ N). i=1 We remind the reader that, depending on the form of the nonlinear equation, the projection operation is finding only one of the two elements: either P'1P or PN-1'1P.

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