Localization for Random Operators with Non-Monotone Potentials with Exponentially Decaying Correlations

@inproceedings{Krger2010LocalizationFR,
  title={Localization for Random Operators with Non-Monotone Potentials with Exponentially Decaying Correlations},
  author={Helge Kr{\"u}ger},
  year={2010}
}
I consider random Schrödinger operators with exponentially decaying single site potential, which is allowed to change sign. For this model, I prove Anderson localization both in the sense of exponentially decaying eigenfunctions and dynamical localization. Furthermore, the results imply a Wegner-type estimate strong enough to use in classical forms of multi-scale analysis. 

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