Caught by Disorder: Bound States in Random Media
Disorder is one of the central topics in science today, and various aspects of the effects of disorder have changed a number of paradigms in mathematics and physics over the past 15 years. This work, the first treatment of the subject in book form, gives a hands-on introduction to disorder including a concise, mathematically rigorous examination of some particular models of disordered systems. The book presents a number of key unsolved problems and features many examples, illustrations, and an appendix containing the prerequisites of operator theory.
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Analysis of Andersontype Models
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