Scattering theory : some old and new problems
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 Scattering theory : some old and new problems
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 some old and new problems
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 Dimitri Yafaev
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 eng
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 Scattering theory is, roughly speaking, perturbation theory of selfadjoint operators on the (absolutely) continuous spectrum. It has its origin in mathematical problems of quantum mechanics and is intimately related to the theory of partial differential equations. Some recently solved problems, such as asymptotic completeness for the Schrdinger operator with longrange and multiparticle potentials, as well as open problems, are discussed. Potentials for which asymptotic completeness is violated are also constructed. This corresponds to a new class of asymptotic solutions of the timedependent Schrdinger equation. Special attention is paid to the properties of the scattering matrix, which is the main observable of the theory. The book is addressed to readers interested in a deeper study of the subject
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 515.353
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 index present
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 QA3
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 .L28 no. 1735
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 non fiction
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 Lecture notes in mathematics,
 Series volume
 1735
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