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A four-day convention, "Functional research at the Eve of the Twenty First Century," was once held at Rutgers college, New Brunswick, New Jersey, from October 24 to 27, 1993, in honor of the 80th birthday of Professor Israel Moiseyevich Gelfand. He was once born in Krasnye Okna, close to Odessa, on September 2, 1913. Israel Gelfand has performed an important position within the improvement of useful research over the last half-century. His paintings and his philosophy have in reality helped to form our realizing of the time period "functional research" itself, as has the prestigious magazine sensible research and Its purposes, which he edited for a few years. sensible research seemed in the beginning of the century within the vintage papers of Hilbert on indispensable operators. Its the most important element was once the geometric interpretation of households of capabilities as infinite-dimensional areas, and of op erators (particularly differential and essential operators) as infinite-dimensional analogues of matrices, without delay resulting in the geometrization of spectral thought. This view of practical research as infinite-dimensional geometry organically integrated many aspects of nineteenth-century classical research, equivalent to energy sequence, Fourier sequence and integrals, and different crucial transforms

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1, RQ(W 1 (0, 2~)) = W~(O, 2~), where W~(O, 2~) = {u E WI (0, 2~) : U(O) = 111 U(1)+'12U(2) , u(2~) = 121 u(l ~ )+'22U( ~)}, 111 = bobJ/ 6, 112=-bI/6, /21 = L l bo/6, 122=-b~d6, 6=b6- bl b- l . 13. If the operator R: L 2 (lR) ~ L2(lR) is self-adjoint, then the operator RQ: L 2 (0, d) ~ L 2 (0, d) is self-adjoint. 2. 14. The operator R Q :L 2 (0,d) ~ L 2 (0, d) is self-adjoint if and only if the matrix Rl is symmetric. Proof. 21), we obtain s s where R; is the transposed matrix. 22). 0 In this subsection we assume that the operator RQ: L 2 (0, d) ~ L 2 (0, d) is self-adjoint.

Kamenskir [1]). ° ~ cr(RQ), then the operator Smoothness of Generalized Solutions In contrast to ordinary differential equations, the smoothness of generalized solutions of boundary value problems for differential-difference equations can be violated on the interval (0, d). 2. Assume detRs -I(s = 1,2 if 8 < 1, s = 1 if 8 = 1). 7) if k ~ 1. 2). Then v E W k+2(j - 1, j) (j = 1, ... , N + 1) if 8 = 1, and v E Wk+2(j - 1, j-l+8) (j=l, ... ,N+l), VEWk+2(j-1+8,j) (j=l, ... ,N) if8<1. 12. Let us consider the example, in which the smoothness of the generalized solution is violated even for an infinitely differentiable right-hand side of the equation.

8. Let A1v = a2(t)(R2Qv)(t) , R2Q = PQR2IQ, (R2V)(t) = Ef=-N b2j v(t + j), b2j E JR, a2(t) E COO(JR) is a I-periodic non-negative function. Assume that the matrix R21 + R21 is non-negative, where R21 corresponds to the operator R 2Q. 4 is fulfilled. 9. 1, where a1(t) is a real constant, a2(t) is a I-periodic function. Denote by Rll and R21 the matrices corresponding to the operators RIQ and R2Q , respectively. Assume that R21 is symmetric and Rll is skew-symmetric. 6. 14, (u, v E W1 (0, d)). 6 can be generalized if the shifts in the difference operator are commensurable.