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 experiments. Exact and approximate methods of investigating scattering theory, inverse radial problems at fixed energy, inverse one-dimensional problems, inverse three-dimensional problems, and construction of the scattering amplitude from the cross section are presented. The methods often apply to other fields, e. g. applied mathematics and geophysics. The book will therefore be of interest to theoretical and mathematical physicists, nuclear particle physicists, and chemical physicists. For the second edition the chapters on one-dimensional and three-dimensional scattering problems have been rewritten and considerably expanded. Furthermore, two new chapters on spectral problems and on numerical aspects have been added; in the sections on classical methods the comments and references have been updated.
Publisher: Springer-Verlag Berlin and Heidelberg GmbH & Co. KG
Weight: 895 g
Edition: 2nd edition
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