Intertwining Operators in Inverse Scattering
In these notes we are going to present some technique which is a multidimensional analogue of some methods which are nowadays standard in scattering theory on the real line for the Schrödinger operator. These methods are based on the construction of operators intertwining the Schrödinger operator with the ‘free operator’ obtained when the potential term is removed. We refer to the monograph  by V. A. Marchenko and to the paper  for a detailed presentation of this technique.
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