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Little Magnetic Book by Nicolas Raymond

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Little Magnetic Book
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Publisher: arXiv
Number of pages: 311

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'Little Magnetic Book' is devoted to the spectral analysis of the magnetic Laplacian in various geometric situations. In particular the influence of the geometry on the discrete spectrum is analysed in many asymptotic regimes.

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