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The linear damped wave equation, Hamiltonian symmetry, and the importance of being odd
We show the existence and fully characterize
a class of dissipative perturbations of the linear wave equation
for which the spectrum of the associated linear operator has
Hamiltonian symmetry and the energy of finite-energy solutions
neither decays to zero nor grows to infinity, but instead
oscillates and remains bounded for all time.