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Document Type: | Book |
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All Authors / Contributors: |
Alexander G Ushveridze |

ISBN: | 0750302666 9780750302661 |

OCLC Number: | 28421899 |

Description: | xiv, 465 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm |

Contents: | 1. Quasi-exact solvability. What does that mean? -- 2. Simplest analytic methods for constructing quasi-exactly solvable models -- 3. The inverse method of separation of variables -- 4. Classification of quasi-exactly solvable models with separable variables -- 5. Completely integrable Gaudin models and quasi-exact solvability -- App. A The inverse Schrodinger problem and its solution for several given states -- App. B The generalized quantum tops and exact solvability -- App. C The method of raising and lowering operators -- App. D Lie-algebraic hamiltonians and quasi-exact solvability. |

Responsibility: | Alexander G. Ushveridze. |

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### Abstract:

An introduction to the study of models that realize a fundamentally new type of exact solvability in quantum theory. These models are characterized by the fact that their spectral problems can be solved only for certain limited parts of the spectrum, and not for the whole spectrum.
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