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Mathematical Theory of Scattering Resonances

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Mathematical Theory of Scattering Resonances
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Publisher: MIT
Number of pages: 552

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Contents: Scattering resonances in dimension one; Resonances for potentials in odd dimensions; Black box scattering in Rn; The method of complex scaling; Perturbation theory for resonances; Resolvent estimates in semiclassical scattering; Chaotic scattering; etc.

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