### A new approach to inverse spectral theory. I: Fundamental formalism.

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We study the inverse problem of recovering Sturm-Liouville operators on the half-line with a Bessel-type singularity inside the interval from the given Weyl function. The corresponding uniqueness theorem is proved, a constructive procedure for the solution of the inverse problem is provided, also necessary and sufficient conditions for the solvability of the inverse problem are obtained.

We provide a systematic study of boundary data maps, that is, 2 × 2 matrix-valued Dirichlet-to-Neumann and more generally, Robin-to-Robin maps, associated with one-dimensional Schrödinger operators on a compact interval [0, R] with separated boundary conditions at 0 and R. Most of our results are formulated in the non-self-adjoint context. Our principal results include explicit representations of these boundary data maps in terms of the resolvent...

The inverse problem of spectral analysis for the diffusion operator with quasiperiodic boundary conditions is considered. A uniqueness theorem is proved, a solution algorithm is presented, and sufficient conditions for the solvability of the inverse problem are obtained.

The aim of this paper is to construct the analytic vector fields with given as trajectories or solutions. In particular we construct the polynomial vector field from given conics (ellipses, hyperbola, parabola, straight lines) and determine the differential equations from a finite number of solutions.

We show that we can reconstruct two coefficients of a wave equation by a single boundary measurement of the solution. The identification and reconstruction are based on Krein’s inverse spectral theory for the first coefficient and on the Gelfand−Levitan theory for the second. To do so we use spectral estimation to extract the first spectrum and then interpolation to map the second one. The control of the solution is also studied.

This paper deals with multivalued identification problems for parabolic equations. The problem consists of recovering a source term from the knowledge of an additional observation of the solution by exploiting some accessible measurements. Semigroup approach and perturbation theory for linear operators are used to treat the solvability in the strong sense of the problem. As an important application we derive the corresponding existence, uniqueness, and continuous dependence results for different...