New Developments in Mathematical Physics: Proceedings of the Xx. Internationale Universitatswochen Fur Kernphysik 1981 Der Karl-Franzens-Universitat Graz at Schladming (Steiermark, Austria), February 17-26, 1981 - Few-Body Systems 23/1981 (Hardback)Heinrich Mitter (editor), L. Pittner (editor)
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The papers contained in this volume are lectures and seminars presented at the 20th "Universitatswochen fUr Kernphysik" in Schladming in February 1981. The goal of this school was to review some rapidly developing branches in mathematical physics. Thanks to the generous support provided by the Austrian Federal Ministry of Science and Research, the Styrian Government and other sponsors, it has been possible to keep up with the - by now already traditional - standards of this school. The lecture notes have been reexamined by the authors after the school and are now published in their final form, so that a larger number of physicists may profit from them. Because of necessary limitations in space all de- tails connected with the meeting have been omitted and only brief outlines of the seminars were incl~ded. It is a pleasure to thank all the lecturers for their efforts, which made it possible to speed up the publi- cation. Thanks are also due to Mrs. Krenn for the careful typing of the notes. H. Mitter L. Pittner Acta Physica Austriaca, Supp\. XXIII, 3-28 (1981) © by Springer-Verlag 1981 CLASSICAL SCATTERING THEORY+ by W. THIRRING Institut fur Theoretische Physik Universitat Wien, Austria 1. INTRODUCTION It was first recognized by Hunziker  that the notions of scattering theory play an important role in classical mechanics. It turned out  that it leads to non-trivial information for the global properties of the solutions of the classical trajectories.
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Number of pages: 714
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