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%\mysection{1. One-parameter (semi)groups of linear operators, their applications and generalizations}
%\mysection{2. Nonlinear (semi)flows: ergodicity, chaos and other dynamical phenomena}
%\mysection{3. Interplay between linear infinite-dimensional systems and nonlinear finite-dimensional systems}
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\textbf{Introduction.} It is known (see [1]) that...
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Let ${\mathcal{H}}$ be a separable Hilbert space.
Suppose that $B$, $C$ and $D$ are bounded linear operators on ${\mathcal{H}}$,
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Usually expressing the $C_0$-semigroup $\left(e^{tL}\right)_{t\geq 0}$ it terms of variable coefficients of operator $L$ is a hard problem. However, if the so-called Chernoff function is constructed ...
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\textit{Remark 1.} This remarkable formula is has the number (1) in this abstract:
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R(t)=e^{i(S(t)-I)}.\eqno(1)
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\textbf{Acknowledgments.} Authors are thankful to ...
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[1] E.~Hille, R.S.~Phillips {\it Functional Analysis and Semi-Groups}. American Mathematical Society, 1975.
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[2] C.~Bonatti, V.~Grines, O.~Pochinka.
{\it Topological classification of Morse-Smale diffeomorphisms on 3-manifolds}.
// Duke Math. J. 2019. Vol.~168. No.~13. P.~2507--2558.
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[3] A.V.~Vedenin, V.S.~Voevodkin, V.D.~Galkin, E.Yu.~Karatetskaya, I.D.~Remizov.
{\it Speed of convergence of Chernoff approximations to solutions of evolution equations}. //
arXiv:1910.09440 [math.FA] (2020).
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[4] I.~Remizov. {\it Quasi-Feynman formulas -- a method of obtaining the evolution operator for the Schr\"odinger equation}. // J. Funct. Anal. 2016. Vol.~270. No.~12. P.~4540--4557
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