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Wegner Estimate for Sparse and Other Generalized Alloy Type Potentials
, 2002
"... We prove a Wegner estimate for generalized alloy type models at negative energies (Theorems 8 and 13). The single site potential is assumed to be non positive. The random potential does not need to be stationary with respect to translations from a lattice. Actually, the set of points to which t ..."
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We prove a Wegner estimate for generalized alloy type models at negative energies (Theorems 8 and 13). The single site potential is assumed to be non positive. The random potential does not need to be stationary with respect to translations from a lattice. Actually, the set of points to which the individual single site potentials are attached, needs only to satisfy a certain density condition. The distribution of the coupling constants is assumed to have a bounded density only in the energy region where we prove the Wegner estimate.
Anderson localization and Lifshits tails for random surface potentials, Preprint 2004
"... ABSTRACT. We consider Schrödinger operators on L 2 (R d) with a random potential concentrated near the surface R d1 × {0} ⊂ R d. We prove that the integrated density of states of such operators exhibits Lifshits tails near the bottom of the spectrum. From this and the multiscale analysis by Boutet ..."
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ABSTRACT. We consider Schrödinger operators on L 2 (R d) with a random potential concentrated near the surface R d1 × {0} ⊂ R d. We prove that the integrated density of states of such operators exhibits Lifshits tails near the bottom of the spectrum. From this and the multiscale analysis by Boutet de Monvel and Stollmann [Arch. Math. 80 (2003) 87] we infer Anderson localization (pure point spectrum and dynamical localization) for low energies. Our proof of Lifshits tail relies on spectral properties of Schrödinger operators with partially periodic potentials. In particular, we show that the lowest energy band of
Scattering from Subspace Potentials for Schrödinger Operators on Graphs
"... Let G be a simple countable connected graph and let H 0 be the discrete Laplacian on l (G). Let G and let V = P n2 V (n)( n j ) n be a potential supported on . ..."
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Let G be a simple countable connected graph and let H 0 be the discrete Laplacian on l (G). Let G and let V = P n2 V (n)( n j ) n be a potential supported on .
THE MOLCHANOV–VAINBERG LAPLACIAN
"... (Communicated by Mikhail Shubin) Abstract. It is well known that the Green function of the standard discrete Laplacian on l2 (Zd), ∆st ψ(n) =(2d) −1 ψ(m), ..."
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(Communicated by Mikhail Shubin) Abstract. It is well known that the Green function of the standard discrete Laplacian on l2 (Zd), ∆st ψ(n) =(2d) −1 ψ(m),
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, 2005
"... Large time behavior of the solutions to the difference wave operators. ..."