Time-Independent Green’s Functions
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In this chapter, the time-independent Green’s functions are defined, their main properties are presented, methods for their calculation are briefly discussed, and their use in problems of physical interest is summarized.
KeywordsContinuous Spectrum Hankel Function Diagonal Matrix Element Discrete Eigenvalue Side Limit
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