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F) Two purely imaginary complex roots e. 7i = ±;{J. e.. a + d = O. (JI = ad - be > o. The discussion proceeds as in (e) only that here t' = constant. • the trajectories are circles in the complex u-plane. - plane (see illustration). 0) is said to be a cenlet'. II. X" +2g x' + I x = o. I. g real constants. 2) This equation•. by putting· Xl = X. XI = X'. is reduced to the system X~ = Xl' X~= -IXl -2gxa; hence a=O. b= 1. c= -I. d= -2g. a+d= -2g. ad-bc=l. The discussion is analogous to the one above.

Y. LVASCENKO [2], B. P. DEMIDOVIC [2], N. LEVINSON [6], 1. M. RAPOPORT [4], R. CONTI [5], U. BARBUTI [3], 1. BIHARI [2]) and which L. RAPOPORT refers to in his book as the reduction to L-diagonal form. We will sketch below the process, after a few preliminary remarks. Let us denote by ei (t) the n roots of any equation en + F;. (t) en - 1 + ... + Fn (t) = 0, and by Ai the n roots of the equation en + c1 en - 1 + ... + en = 0, where F. (t) ...... Cs as t ...... + 00, s = 1, ... , n. There. is an enumeJ;ation of the roots Ai and, for every t, an enumeration of the roots e;(t) such that (a) ei(t), i = 1,2, ...

A+d)2-4{ad-be) >0, and a+dO. 1) 2. t1, A, B arbitrary constants. These solutions represent the u-axis (A =l= 0, B = 0), the v-axis (A = 0, B =l= 0) and the curves v/ B = (u/A)/lJfl. (A =l= 0, B =l= 0). -{lt)t-+O as t-++oo; if O o. e. (a + 11). - 4 (adbe)=O, (and thus e==(a+d)/2 and a-d,b,e not all zero.

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