Spectral theory of the Schrodinger operator on general graphs
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University of North Carolina at Charlotte
The goal of this dissertation is to give the sufficient conditions for the absence of a.c.spectrum or existence of the pure point (p.p.) spectrum for the deterministic or random Schrodinger operators on the general graphs. For the particular situations of ``non-percolating" graphs like Sierpinski lattice and Quasi-1 dimensional tree, we'll prove the Simon-Spencer type results and the localization theorem for Anderson Hamiltonians. Technical tools here are the extensions of the real-analytic methods presented for the 1D lattice Z^1 and corresponding Schrodinger operators. The central moment is the cluster expansion of the resolvent with respect to appropriate partition of the graph.
CLUSTER EXPANSIONLOCALIZATIONPATH EXPANSIONSIMON-SPENCER THEOREM
Vainberg, BorisGodin, YuriSell, Susan
Thesis (Ph.D.)--University of North Carolina at Charlotte, 2015.
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