The extension theory and the opening in semitransparent surface

Popov, I. Yu.
May 1992
Journal of Mathematical Physics;May92, Vol. 33 Issue 5, p1685
Academic Journal
The model of zero width slits based on the operator’s extension theory for the wave scattering by a semitransparent surface with small aperture is constructed.


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