Scattering theory of classical and quantum N-particle systems

@inproceedings{Dereziski1997ScatteringTO,
  title={Scattering theory of classical and quantum N-particle systems},
  author={Jan Dereziński and Christian G{\'e}rard},
  year={1997}
}
0. Introduction.- 1. Classical Time-Decaying Forces.- 2. Classical 2-Body Hamiltonians.- 3. Quantum Time-Decaying Hamiltonians.- 4. Quantum 2-Body Hamiltonians.- 5. Classical N-Body Hamiltonians.- 6. Quantum N-Body Hamiltonians.- A. Miscellaneous Results in Real Analysis.- A.1 Some Inequalities.- A.2 The Fixed Point Theorem.- A.3 The Hamilton-Jacobi Equation.- A.4 Construction of Some Cutoff Functions.- A.5 Propagation Estimates.- A.6 Comparison of Two Dynamics.- A.7 Schwartz's Global Inversion… 
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