Symmetry of Bound and Antibound States in the Semiclassical Limit

Bindel, David; Zworski, Maciej
August 2007
Letters in Mathematical Physics;Aug2007, Vol. 81 Issue 2, p107
Academic Journal
Motivated by a recent numerical observation we show that in one dimensional scattering a barrier separating the interaction region from infinity implies approximate symmetry of bound and antibound states. We also outline the numerical procedure used for an efficient computation of one dimensional resonances.


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