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By William Snow Burnside, Arthur William Panton

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The necessity is thus proved. 1), it follows that a . 0. 3). Thus, A- 1 (z) has only a simple pole at z = 0. This completes the proof of the sUfficiency of the criterion. Lwhich follows have . been tak~ from the article of Newton and Jost [l]. 1: All the singularities of the matrix function E- 1 (il) in the half-plane Im il < 0 are simile poles. THEOREM Proof: We begin by considering the differential equation E"(x, il)+il 2E(x, il) = V(x)E(x, il). 4) Differentiating it· with respect to il and then taking the complex conjugate transpose of both sides of the resulting equation, we obtain 4 = E*(x, E*"(x, il) + ~E*(x, il) + 2IE*(x, il) il) V(x).

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