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Transformations for complex discrete linear Hamiltonian and symplectic systems

  • Yi Wang (a1), Yuming Shi (a1) and Guojing Ren (a2)

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This paper is concerned with transformations for complex discrete linear Hamiltonian systems and complex discrete linear symplectic systems. A general complex discrete trigonometric system is studied and a criterion for it is established. Based on these results, the Prüfer and trigonometric transformations for complex discrete linear Hamiltonian systems and complex discrete linear symplectic systems are formulated. The relative existing results in real cases are extended.

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