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Explicit solutions using realizations Ker P (A∗ , Γ∗ ) + Im P (A× )∗ , Γ∗ = Cn . In the ﬁrst instance, this equality holds for the closure of Ker P (A∗ , Γ∗ ) + Im P (A× )∗ , Γ∗ , but in Cn all linear manifolds are closed. , ). , the closure of the real line in the Riemann sphere C∞ . In that case F+ is the open upper half plane and F− is the open lower half plane. 3 below which, by the way, deals with the situation where W is a not necessarily proper rational matrix function. , where φ and f are m-dimensional vector functions and k ∈ Lm×m 1 the kernel function k is an m × m matrix function of which the entries are in L1 (−∞, ∞).
Here Π is the projection of Cn onto Ker P × along Im P . Proof. Since x ∈ Ker P , the vector e−itA x is exponentially decaying in norm when t → ∞, and thus the function f belongs to Lm p [0, ∞). 7) has a unique solution φ ∈ Lm p [0, ∞). 3 we know that φ is given by φ(t) = f (t) + iCe−itA t × × ΠeisA BCe−isA x ds 0 −iCe−itA ∞ × t × (I − Π)eisA BCe−isA x ds . Now use that × × eisA BCe−isA = ieisA (iA× − iA)e−isA = i d isA× −isA e e . ds It follows that φ(t) = f (t) − Ce−itA +Ce−itA × × × ΠeisA e−isA x|t0 × (I − Π)eisA e−isA x|∞ .
Thus ΠA(I−Π) = 0 and (I − Π)A× Π = 0, and it follows that ΠBC(I − Π) = Π(A − A× )(I − Π) = ΠA× − A× Π. But then γ+ (t − r)γ− (r − s) = = × × Ce−i(t−r)A (A× Π − ΠA× )e−i(r−s)A B −i × × d Ce−i(t−r)A Πe−i(r−s)A B. 2. Wiener-Hopf integral operators 45 while for s > t we get t × γ(t, s) = −iC(I − Π)e−i(t−s)A B + = −iC(I − Π)e −i(t−s)A× i 0 × × d Ce−i(t−r)A Πe−i(r−s)A B dr dr × × B − Ce−i(t−r)A Πe−i(r−s)A B|tr=0 × × = −iCe−itA (I − Π)eisA B. This completes the proof. 4. 7). 8) where P and P × are the Riesz projections of A and A× , respectively, corresponding to the spectra in the upper half plane.