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We shall study waveguide perturbations with unbounded support in a future publication. Remark 5. The existence of bound states in the continuous spectrum is still an open question for general boundary perturbations with compact support. It might also be of interest to look at the physical significance of such possible states as well as the poles of the S-matrix. References. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. C. Goldstein, Eigenfunction expansions associated with the Laplacian for certain domains with infinite boundaries, I and II.

Amer. Math. Soc. Transl. 47,157-192 (1965). SCATIERING THEORY IN WAVEGUIDES 9. 51 C. Goldstein, Perturbation of non-selfadjoint operators, I. Arch. Rat. Mech. , 37, No. 4, 268~296 (1970). 10. C. Goldstein, Eigenfunction expansions associated with the Laplacian for certain domains with infinite boundaries, III. Amer. Math. Soc. Trans. 143, 283-301 (1969). NONLINEAR SCATTERING THEORY W. A. Strauss Brown University Introduction. Scattering theory compares the behavior in the distant future and past of a system evolving in time.

A. Stationary Theory. For the sake of definitions (and simplicity) , we shall discuss the following specific problem and later indicate how the results may be generalized. Let Ao denote the self-adjoint operator given by -~ associated with zero Dirichlet boundary conditions acting in a semi-infinite cylinder, S C RN (N > 2) with arbitrary, bounded, sufficiently smooth cross sectio~, tC RN- l We assume (again for simplicity) that t is simply connected. Let At denote the analogous operator defined on t with eigenvalues {v n } and the corresponding complete set of orthonormal eigenfunctions, {nn(}Q}, where we define an Orbitrary point x = (xl, ...

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