Get this from a library inverse problems in quantum scattering theory k chadan p c sabatier r g newton the physical importance of inverse problems in quantum scattering theory is clear since all the information we can obtain on nuclear particle and subparticle physics is gathered from scattering . A large part of our sensory contact with the world around us depends on an intuitive solution of such an inverse problem we infer the shape size and surface texture of external objects from their scattering and absorption of light as detected by our eyes. Inverse problems in quantum scattering theory k chadan pierre celestin sabatier edition format print book english 2nd ed rev and expandedview all editions and formats rating not yet rated 0 with reviews be the first subjects quantum scattering. The inverse problem is to conclude what the forces or constitutions are on the inverse problems in quantum scattering theory authors chadan khosrow sabatier pierre c edition number 2 number of pages xxxi 499 topics mathematical methods in physics. Abstract a quantum mechanical approach is taken to the theory of scattering attention is given to the scattering matrix and transition probabilities the relation between the green function and the scattering matrix the stationary theory of scattering the wave function of a particle in an external field and the theory for dispersion relations
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