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Lecture notes on Schrodinger equations.


Lecture notes on Schrodinger equations.

Pankov, Alexander.

Nova Science Publishers


187 pages



Contemporary mathematical studies


Pankov presents lecture notes from a course he taught at Giessen University (Germany) during the 1999-2000 academic year designed to provide graduate students and beginning researchers in nonlinear analysis with the background to read monographs on spectral theory and mathematical physics. He assumes only a basic knowledge of real and complex analysis and some basic facts from linear functional analysis. The core of the treatise treats Schrodinger operators of one and more dimensions, and the problem of self-adjointness, structure of the spectrum, and properties of eigenfunctions.

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