Mathematical Scattering Theory: General Theory (Google eBook)
Preliminary facts Basic concepts of scattering theory Further properties of the WO Scattering for relatively smooth perturbations The general setup in stationary scattering theory Scattering for perturbations of trace class type Properties of the scattering matrix (SM) The spectral shift function (SSF) and the trace formula
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The General Scheme in Stationary Scattering Theory
Scattering for Perturbations of Trace Class Type
Properties of the Scattering Matrix SM
The Spectral Shift Function SSF and the Trace Formula
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