Phase-Integral Method: Allowing Nearlying Transition Points by Nanny Fröman,Per O. Fröman

By Nanny Fröman,Per O. Fröman

the results of twenty years spent constructing and refining the phase-integral technique to a excessive point of precision, the authors have utilized this technique to difficulties in a variety of fields of theoretical physics. the issues handled are of a mathematical nature, yet have very important actual functions. This ebook will therefore be of serious use to analyze employees in a number of branches of theoretical physics, the place the issues may be decreased to one-dimensional second-order differential equations of the Schrödinger kind for which phase-integral ideas are required. comprises contributions from outstanding scientists who've already made use of the authors'technique.

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