By Nicolas Raymond

This e-book is a synthesis of modern advances within the spectral idea of the magnetic Schrödinger operator. it may be thought of a catalog of concrete examples of magnetic spectral asymptotics.

Since the presentation contains many notions of spectral conception and semiclassical research, it starts with a concise account of strategies and strategies utilized in the e-book and is illustrated via many basic examples.

Assuming quite a few issues of view (power sequence expansions, Feshbach–Grushin mark downs, WKB structures, coherent states decompositions, common varieties) a concept of Magnetic Harmonic Approximation is then tested which permits, specifically, actual descriptions of the magnetic eigenvalues and eigenfunctions. a few components of this idea, akin to these regarding spectral savings or waveguides, are nonetheless available to complicated scholars whereas others (e.g., the dialogue of the Birkhoff general shape and its spectral effects, or the consequences with regards to boundary magnetic wells in size 3) are meant for professional researchers.

Keywords: Magnetic Schrödinger equation, discrete spectrum, semiclassical research, magnetic harmonic approximation

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L z/rQn ! 0. L z/? L z/rQ D 0. 1 Spectrum 37 contradiction. L z/ has finite dimension, we use that L is compact. z z1 /Id and M D L z1 , z1 2 U ), the application U 3 z 7! L z Id/ is locally constant and thus constant since U is connected. For z large enough, we know that L z Id is bijective and thus of index 0. From this, we deduce the point (iii). Let us now prove the point (iv). L/g : V is open by definition. Let us prove that is closed in U . Let us consider a sequence V 3 zn ! z1 2 U . z z1 /Id and M D L z1 ).

U / '. The proof of the uniqueness and of the group property is left to the reader. 27. R/ and provide an explicit functional calculus. Let us recall the expression of the Fourier transform on R. R/, we let, for all 2 R, Z 1 F . Dx / D F. / which may be written as FDx F 1 D . R/ is diagonalized by means of the Fourier transform. Let us now consider a smooth function on R denoted by ı bounded together with its derivatives and such that there exists ı0 > 0 such that ı ı0 . ı / D (ii) For for 2 R.

L Prove that the image of L compact. L be an / has /? 1 Statement of the theorems We state a theorem which will serve as one of the fundamental tools in this book. 22. L// is a self-adjoint operator. L 1 / kÄ 1 : dist. 23. 5] . L/: k kdist. L / k: In particular, if we find then dist. L// Ä ". L / k Ä ", Proof. This result may be proved without the general spectral theorem. Let us provide the elements of the proof. , ŒL; L D 0). For that purpose, we will use the following exercises. 24. L/ iff P .