Spectral measure function separability and reflectionless potentials
Keywords:Inverse Scattering, Reflection less Potentials.
Both reflectionless potentials and special conditions on the spectral measure function have been well studied in inverse scattering theory. This short paper considers a spectral measure function that is separable and shows that it is equivalent to the potential being reflectionless.
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