volume 1, issue 4, P379-396 1949
DOI: 10.4153/cjm-1949-034-3
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Abstract: The eigenfunctions of a boundary value problem are characterized by two quite distinct properties. They are solutions of ordinary differential equations, and they satisfy prescribed boundary conditions. It is a definite advantage to combine these two requirements into a single problem expressed by a unified formula. The use of integral equations is an example in point. The subject of this paper, namely the Schrödinger-Infeld Factorization Method, which is applicable to certain restricted. Sturm-Liouville probl…

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