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An Inverse Spectral Theorem of Ambarzumyan
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We prove a substantial extension of an inverse spectral theorem of Ambarzumyan, and show that it can be applied to arbitrary compact Riemannian manifolds, compact quantum graphs and finite combinatorial graphs, subject to the imposition of Neumann (or Kirchhoff) boundary conditions.
This talk is part of the Isaac Newton Institute Seminar Series series.
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