book about the resolvent


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SamuraiJack
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Apr23-12, 11:04 AM
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Does anyone know a good book to learn about the mathematics of the resolvent?

thnx, the samurai.
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Apr23-12, 03:19 PM
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Try the math forum.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Resolvent

Note (see link) that "resolvent" can mean many different things, depending on the context.
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Apr23-12, 03:39 PM
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Thanks, however I want to learn about its application in quantum mechanics. The books I read so far have only poor details about it. if Ill ask mathematicians about it, Ill get symbols that I wouldnt understand ;-)

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book about the resolvent


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Thanks, however I want to learn about its application in quantum mechanics. The books I read so far have only poor details about it. if Ill ask mathematicians about it, Ill get symbols that I wouldnt understand ;-)
Do you mean the complement to the spectrum?? Can you tell us what you mean with resolvent?


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