SemM
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Hi, I have a strange nonlinear operator which yields non-Hermitian solutions when treated in a simple ODE, ##H\Psi##=0. It appears from a paper by Dr Du in a different posting, that an operator can be non-self-adjoint in one domain, but be self-adjoint in another domain defined by the interval the operator should operate in (and thus yield hermitian solutions). The statement in the brackets is an assumption I have made.
How can I find the type of wavefunctions that belong to the domain of the operator H?
Thanks!
How can I find the type of wavefunctions that belong to the domain of the operator H?
Thanks!