Eric A. Kincanon's research while affiliated with Gonzaga University and other places

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This brief paper considers a potential issue of using iterative solutions for the Gelfand-Levitan equation. Iterative solutions require approx-imation methods and this could lead to a loss of uniqueness of solutions. The calculations in this paper demonstrate that this is not the case and that uniqueness is preserved.
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Time travel and its associated paradoxes are a topic of academic discussion that has historically been of interest only in physics and philosophy. This paper presents a new paradox of time travel that puts psychological issues at the forefront. The new time traveller faces conflicts between agency and agency awareness that are not addressed in othe...
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Both reflectionless potentials and special conditions on the spectral measure function have been well studied in inverse scattering theory. This short paper considers a spectral measure function that is separable and shows that it is equivalent to the potential being reflectionless.