Posted by **interes** at Oct. 16, 2017

English | 2008-12-30 | ISBN: 9812832378 |297 pages | PDF | 2,2 MB

Posted by **interes** at May 3, 2014

English | 2008-12-30 | ISBN: 9812832378 |297 pages | PDF | 2,2 MB

This collection of carefully selected papers aims to reflect recent techniques and results on Schrodinger operators with magnetic fields, random Schrodinger operators, condensed matter and open systems, pseudo-differential operators and semiclassical analysis, quantum field theory and relativistic quantum mechanics, quantum information, and much more.

Posted by **ChrisRedfield** at May 1, 2017

Published: 2014-11-05 | ISBN: 1470417049 | PDF | 356 pages | 1.7 MB

Posted by **enmoys** at May 6, 2016

2014 | 356 Pages | ISBN: 1470417049 | DJVU | 5 MB

Posted by **interes** at April 29, 2014

English | 2011 | ISBN: 9814350354 | 288 pages | PDF | 5,9 MB

The volume collects papers from talks given at QMath11 – Mathematical Results in Quantum Physics, which was held in Hradec KrÃ¡lovÃ©, September 2010. These papers bring new and interesting results in quantum mechanics and information, quantum field theory, random systems, quantum chaos, as well as in the physics of social systems.

Posted by **advisors** at Oct. 17, 2013

2006 | 255 Pages | ISBN: 0821846604 | PDF | 2 MB

Posted by **AvaxGenius** at Aug. 22, 2017

English | EPUB | 2012 | 511 Pages | ISBN : 0817644008 | 8.36 MB

Quantization of physical systems requires a correct definition of quantum-mechanical observables, such as the Hamiltonian, momentum, etc., as self-adjoint operators in appropriate Hilbert spaces and their spectral analysis. Though a “naïve” treatment exists for dealing with such problems, it is based on finite-dimensional algebra or even infinite-dimensional algebra with bounded operators, resulting in paradoxes and inaccuracies.

Posted by **libr** at Dec. 27, 2015

English | ISBN 10: 0821836242 | 2005 | PDF | 488 pages | 7,6 MB

Posted by **angus77** at Aug. 26, 2014

Posted by **interes** at July 19, 2013

English | ISBN 10: 0821836242 | 2005 | PDF | 488 pages | 7,6 MB

The monograph presents a detailed study of a class of solvable models in quantum mechanics that describe the motion of a particle in a potential having support at the positions of a discrete (finite or infinite) set of point sources.