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Froese, Richard - Department of Mathematics, University of British Columbia
Realizing holonomic constraints in classical and quantum mechanics
Realizing holonomic constraints in classical and quantum mechanics
Correction to: Upper bounds for the resonance counting function odinger operators in odd dimensions
Upper bounds for the resonance counting function odinger operators in odd dimensions
Transfer matrices, hyperbolic geometry and absolutely continuous spectrum for some discrete Schrodinger operators on graphs
Correction to: Upper bounds for the resonance counting function of Schrodinger operators in odd dimensions
Barry Simon's contributions to non-relativistic quantum mechanics: two-body and N-body
Absolutely continuous spectrum for the Anderson model on a tree: a geometric proof of Klein's theorem
Liouville's theorem in the radially symmetric case Richard Froese
A Mourre estimate for a Schrodinger operator on a binary tree
A Mourre estimate for a Schrodinger operator on a binary tree
Absolutely continuous spectrum for a random potential on a tree with strong transverse correlations and large weighted loops
Asymptotic distribution of resonances in one dimension
Realizing holonomic constraints in classical and quantum mechanics
Liouville's theorem in the radially symmetric case Richard Froese
Journ'ees 'Equations aux d'eriv'ees partielles XXX, ?? mai-?? juin ????
Journees Equations aux derivees partielles
Asymptotic distribution of resonances in one dimension
Transfer matrices, hyperbolic geometry and absolutely continuous spectrum for some discrete Schr
Realizing holonomic constraints in classical and quantum mechanics
Correction to: Upper bounds for the resonance counting function of Schr"odinger operators in odd dimensions
A Mourre estimate for a Schr"odinger operator on a binary tree
Upper bounds for the resonance counting function of Schr"odinger operators in odd dimensions
Realizing holonomic constraints in classical and quantum mechanics