In mathematics, spectral theory deals with attempts to understand operators, graphs and dynamical systems by means of the spectrum of eigenvalues associated with the system. The classical examples of spectra are the vibration modes of a violin string or the spectrum of a hydrogen atom.
Pages in category "Spectral theory"
The following 38 pages are in this category, out of 38 total. This list may not reflect recent changes (learn more).
- Schur–Horn theorem
- Selberg zeta function
- Spectral abscissa
- Spectral asymmetry
- Spectral gap
- Spectral geometry
- Spectral radius
- Spectral theory of compact operators
- Spectral theory of ordinary differential equations
- Spectrum (functional analysis)
- Spectrum of a C*-algebra
- Sturm–Liouville theory
- Superstrong approximation