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The Schrödinger operator on the half-line with periodic background potential perturbed by a certain potential of Wigner—von Neumann type is considered. The asymptotics of generalized eigenvectors for λ ϵ ℂ+ and on the absolutely continuous spectrum is established. The Weyl—Titchmarsh-type formula for this operator is proven.
We consider the Schrödinger operator α on the half-line with a periodic background potential and the Wigner–von Neumann potential of Coulomb type: csin(2ωx + δ)/(x + 1). It is known that the continuous spectrum of the operator α has the same band-gap structure as the free periodic operator, whereas in each band of the absolutely continuous spectrum there exist two points (so-called critical or resonance) where the operator α has a subordinate solution, which can be either an eigenvalue or a “half-bound” state. The phenomenon of an embedded eigenvalue is unstable under the change of the boundary condition as well as under the local change of the potential, in other words, it is not generic. We prove that in the general case the spectral density of the operator α has power-like zeroes at critical points (i.e., the absolutely continuous spectrum has pseudogaps). This phenomenon is stable in the above-mentioned sense.
We consider a class of Jacobi matrices with periodically modulated diagonal in a critical hyperbolic (‘double root’) situation. For the model with ‘non-smooth’ matrix entries we obtain the asymptotics of generalized eigenvectors and analyse the spectrum. In addition, we reformulate a very helpful theorem from a paper by Janas and Moszynski in its full generality in order to serve the needs of our method.
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