Dominic P. Clemence

Born: ; birthplace: Johannesburg (Soweto) South Africa, but grew up in Zimbabwe and Botswana

BS Engineering Mathematics (1982), NC A&T State University; MS Mathematics (1984 ), Virginia Tech

Ph.D. (1988)Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University

thesis:Professor North Carolina Agricultural & Technical University

URL:

http://www.ncat.edu/~clemence/

email: clemence@ncat.eduAfter obtaining his Ph.D., Dr. Clemence spent six years at University of Zimbabwe in Harare.

Research

- Acho, Thomas M.;
Clemence, Dominic P.The parameter dependent Sturm-Liouville eigenproblem with an interior simple or double pole.ANZIAM J.43(2002), no. 4, 479--491.Clemence, Dominic P.Subordinacy analysis and absolutely continuous spectra for Sturm-Liouville equations with two singular endpoints.Canad. Math. Bull.41(1998), no. 1, 23--27.Clemence, Dominic P.On the singular behaviour of the Titchmarsh-Weyl $m$-function for the perturbed Hill's equation on the line.Canad. Math. Bull.40(1997), no. 4, 416--421.- Acho, Thomas M.;
Clemence, Dominic P.Sturm-Liouville eigenproblems with an interior double pole.Z. Angew. Math. Phys.46(1995), no. 3, 459--474.Clemence, Dominic P.Titchmarsh-Weyl theory and Levinson's theorem for Dirac operators.J. Phys. A27(1994), no. 23, 7835--7842.Clemence, Dominic P.; Klaus, MartinContinuity of the $S$ matrix for the perturbed Hill's equation.J. Math. Phys.35(1994), no. 7, 3285--3300.Clemence, Dominic P.$M$-function behaviour for a periodic Dirac system.Proc. Roy. Soc. Edinburgh Sect. A124(1994), no. 1, 149--159.Clemence, Dominic P.Some layer-stripping formulae for the Schrödinger equation with a periodic potential.Inverse Problems8(1992), no. 5, 751--755.Clemence, Dominic P.Low-energy scattering and Levinson's theorem for a one-dimensional Dirac equation.Inverse Problems5(1989), no. 3, 269--286.Clemence, Dominic P.On the Titchmarsh-Weyl $M(\lambda)$-coefficient and spectral density for a Dirac system.Proc. Roy. Soc. Edinburgh Sect. A114(1990), no. 3-4, 259--277.Clemence, Dominic P.Levinson's theorem for a Dirac system.Inverse Problems6(1990), no. 2, 175--184.

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