Stationary Scattering Theory for Time-dependent Hamiltonians.

James S. Howland

Mathematische Annalen (1974)

  • Volume: 207, page 315-336
  • ISSN: 0025-5831; 1432-1807/e

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Howland, James S.. "Stationary Scattering Theory for Time-dependent Hamiltonians.." Mathematische Annalen 207 (1974): 315-336. <>.

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  4. S. Graffi, V. Grecchi, H. J. Silverstone, Resonances and convergence of perturbation theory for N-body atomic systems in external AC-electric field
  5. George A. Hagedorn, Asymptotic completeness for the impact parameter approximation to three particle scattering
  6. Mohammed Benchaou, Estimations de diffusion pour un opérateur de Klein-Gordon matriciel dépendant du temps
  7. Kenji Yajima, Hitoshi Kitada, Bound states and scattering states for time periodic hamiltonians

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