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A characterization of the Anderson metalinsulator transport transition
 Duke Math. J
"... We investigate the Anderson metalinsulator transition for random Schrödinger operators. We define the strong... ..."
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We investigate the Anderson metalinsulator transition for random Schrödinger operators. We define the strong...
Multiscale analysis and localization of random operators
 In Random Schrodinger operators: methods, results, and perspectives. Panorama & Synthèse, Société Mathématique de
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Dynamical Analysis of Schrödinger Operators with Growing Sparse
 Potentials, Commun. Math. Phys
, 2005
"... Consider the discrete Schrodinger operators in l2(Z+): H (n) = (n 1) + (n + 1) + V (n) (n); (1.1) where V (n) is some real function, with boundary condition (0)cos + (1)sin = 0; 2 (=2; =2): (1.2) ..."
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Consider the discrete Schrodinger operators in l2(Z+): H (n) = (n 1) + (n + 1) + V (n) (n); (1.1) where V (n) is some real function, with boundary condition (0)cos + (1)sin = 0; 2 (=2; =2): (1.2)
THE CONDUCTIVITY MEASURE FOR THE ANDERSON MODEL
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"... Dedicated to Leonid A. Pastur on the occasion of his 70th birthday Abstract. We study the acconductivity in linear response theory for the Anderson tightbinding model. We define the electrical acconductivity and calculate the linearresponse current at zero temperature for arbitrary Fermi energy. ..."
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Dedicated to Leonid A. Pastur on the occasion of his 70th birthday Abstract. We study the acconductivity in linear response theory for the Anderson tightbinding model. We define the electrical acconductivity and calculate the linearresponse current at zero temperature for arbitrary Fermi energy. In particular, the Fermi energy may lie in a spectral region where extended states are believed to exist. 1.
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, 2000
"... This formal development defines µJava, a small fragment of the programming language Java (with essentially just classes), together with a corresponding virtual machine, a specification of its bytecode verifier and a lightweight bytecode verifier. It is shown that µJava and the given specification of ..."
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This formal development defines µJava, a small fragment of the programming language Java (with essentially just classes), together with a corresponding virtual machine, a specification of its bytecode verifier and a lightweight bytecode verifier. It is shown that µJava and the given specification of the bytecode verifier are typesafe, and that the lightweight bytecode verifier is