Construction of reflectionless potentials with infinite discrete spectrum
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We investigate the one-dimensional Schrödinger operator. The condition that the potential be self-similar under Darboux transformation leads to transparent potentials with infinitely many eigenvalues.
KeywordsDiscrete Spectrum Darboux Transformation Reflectionless Potential Transparent Potential Infinite Discrete Spectrum
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