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1 without any reference to the accelerant. In fact, such a proof can be obtained by using the properties of a canonical differential systems of Dirac ¯ ∗ is a solution of a canonical differential type. 6). We will come back to this in a later paper. 5. An example with jump discontinuity: the rational case In this section we consider the case where the accelerant is of the form k(t) = iCe−itA (I − P )B, −iCe−itA P B, t > 0, t < 0. 1) In this expression, A, B and C are matrices of appropriate sizes and P is a projection commuting with A.

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Vel´ azques ([23], 2003), B. B. Golinskii ([30], 2006). E. Dudkin. 2. Classical Jacobi matrices and moment problem, orthogonal polynomials on the axis 10 . At first, I remind the corresponding classical situation. In the classical theory, investigated is, in the space 2 of sequences f = (fn )∞ n=0 , fn ∈ C, the Hermitian Jacobi matrix ⎡ ⎤ b 0 a0 0 0 0 . . ⎢a0 b1 a1 0 0 . ⎥ ⎢ ⎥ J = ⎢ 0 a1 b2 a2 0 . ⎥ , bn ∈ R, an > 0, n ∈ N0 = {0, 1, 2, . }. 1) ⎣ ⎦ .. .. .. . . On finite sequences f ∈ f in , this matrix generates an operator on 2 which is Hermitian with equal defect numbers and therefore has a selfadjoint extension on 2.

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