In dimension d = 1, 2, 3 we define a family of two-channel Hamiltonians obtained as point perturbations of the generator of the free decoupled dynamics. Within the family we choose two Hamiltonians, \hat{H}_0 and \hat{H}_\varepsilon , giving rise respectively to the unperturbed and to the perturbed evolution. The Hamiltonian \hat{H}_0 does not couple the channels and has an eigenvalue embedded in the continuous spectrum. The Hamiltonian \hat{H}_\varepsilon is a small perturbation, in resolvent sense, of \hat{H}_0 and exhibits a small coupling between the channels. We take advantage of the complete solvability of our model to prove with simple arguments that the embedded eigenvalue of \hat{H}_0 shifts into a resonance for \hat{H}_\varepsilon . In dimension three we analyze details of the time behavior of the projection onto the region of the spectrum close to the resonance.

Resonances in Models of Spin Dependent Point Interactions

CARLONE, RAFFAELE;FIGARI, RODOLFO
2009

Abstract

In dimension d = 1, 2, 3 we define a family of two-channel Hamiltonians obtained as point perturbations of the generator of the free decoupled dynamics. Within the family we choose two Hamiltonians, \hat{H}_0 and \hat{H}_\varepsilon , giving rise respectively to the unperturbed and to the perturbed evolution. The Hamiltonian \hat{H}_0 does not couple the channels and has an eigenvalue embedded in the continuous spectrum. The Hamiltonian \hat{H}_\varepsilon is a small perturbation, in resolvent sense, of \hat{H}_0 and exhibits a small coupling between the channels. We take advantage of the complete solvability of our model to prove with simple arguments that the embedded eigenvalue of \hat{H}_0 shifts into a resonance for \hat{H}_\varepsilon . In dimension three we analyze details of the time behavior of the projection onto the region of the spectrum close to the resonance.
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