By Henry E. Allison

ISBN-10: 0300035950

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4-17) with a curved boundary 1 t0 In agreement with the interpretation of multiple ^exchange just given. After n iterations, the single and double spec- 2 tral function f, and f _ are known exactly out to t = (n + 1) t t <£ o q ,t+ and partially at larger t . Thus f t and f 2 can be calculated from It* 2 •the potential at any t and q by a finite number of Iterations. For practice, the reader may Iterate the simple Yukawa potential p Q (t) - < X 8

T (5-19) is in turn can be substituted into Eq. (5-17) for the double spectral tion, with the result A st a * l o g (5-20) t the point of view of diagrams, we have computed the discontinuity i Fig. 5-Sa. How the Integral -±- f 2 ' J t ds' dt' A s t ( s ' , f ) (s'-s) (t'-t) Us to converge at large t*. t.

3 AMBIGUITY;LEVINSON'S 35 THEOREM ently, •j , as dn 1 __Ov dT° = di * ( R + (3-10) the number of scattering states increases when 5 q increases, and vice 6a, Now if we switch on the potential adiabatically, the totftl number g-stateG remains constant. Any change in the number of stable states gt be made up by a change in the number of scattering states. -Change in the number of stable states is just the negative of this ^agreement with Levinson's result (we have assumed the quantities -aring in (3-11) are finite and the limit 8(q) as q - oo exists).

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