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Introduction to Spectral Theory of Schrödinger Operators

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Introduction to Spectral Theory of Schrödinger Operators
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Publisher: Vinnitsa State Pedagogical University
Number of pages: 112

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Contents: A bit of quantum mechanics; Operators in Hilbert spaces; Spectral theorem of self-adjoint operators; Compact operators and the Hilbert-Schmidt theorem; Perturbation of discrete spectrum; Variational principles; One-dimensional Schroedinger operator; Periodic Schroedinger operators; etc.

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