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[1] Convergence of regularized, renormalized perturbation
series for
super-renormalizable field theories, *Nuovo Cimento* **59A**
(1969), 199-214

[2] Some pictorial compactifications of the real line, *Amer.
Math. Monthly* **76**
(1969), 536-538

[3] On the growth of the number of bound state with increase
in potential strength, *J.
Math. Phys.* **10** (1969),
1123-1126

[4] On the growth of the ground state binding energy with
increase in potential
strength, *J. Math. Phys.* **10**
(1969), 1415-1421

[5] On positive eigenvalues of one-body Schrödinger operators,
*Commun. Pure
Appl. Math.* **22** (1969), 531-538

[6] (with J.J. Loeffel, A. Martin and A.S. Wightman) Padé
approximants and the
anharmonic oscillator, *Phys. Lett.* **30B**
(1969), 656-658

[7] Coupling constant analyticity for the anharmonic
oscillator (with an appendix by A.
Dicke), *Ann. Phys.* **58** (1970),
76-136

[8] Some comments on the Jin-Martin lower bound, *Phys.
Rev.* **D1** (1970),
1240-1241

[9] On the infinitude or finiteness of the number of bound
states of an *N*-body
quantum system, I, *Helv. Phys. Acta* **43**
(1970), 607-630

[10] (with S. Graffi and V. Grecchi) Borel summability:
Application to the anharmonic
oscillator, *Phys. Lett.* **32B**
(1970), 631-634

[11] Borel summability of the ground state energy in spatially
cutoff (\phi^4)_2, *Phys.
Rev. Lett.* **25 **(1970),
1583-1586

[12] Distributions and their Hermite expansions, *J.
Math. Phys.* **12**
(1970), 140-148

[13] Hamiltonians defined as quadratic forms, *Commun.
Math. Phys.* **21**
(1971), 192-210

[14] The theory of semi-analytic vectors: A new proof of a
theorem of Masson and McClary, *Indiana Math. J. ***20**
(1971), 1145-1151

[15] Wave operators for classical particle scattering, *Commun.
Math. Phys.* **23**
(1971), 37-48

[16] (with R. Hoegh-Krohn) Hypercontractive semigroups and
two-dimensional self-coupled
Bose fields, *J. Funct. Anal.* **9**
(1972),121-180

[17] Determination of eigenvalues by divergent perturbation
series, *Adv. in Math.*
**7** (1971), 240-253

[18] (with L. Rosen) The (\phi^{2n})_2 field
Hamiltonian for complex coupling
constant, *Trans. Amer. Math. Soc.* **165**
(1972), 365-379

[19] Convergence of time-dependent perturbation theory for
autoionizing states of
atoms, *Phys. Lett.* **A36** (1971),
23-24

[20] Resonances in *n*-body quantum
systems with dilatation analytic potentials
and the foundations of time-dependent perturbation theory, *Ann.
of Math.* **97**
(1973), 247-274

[21] On the Glimm-Jaffe linear lower bound in *P*(\phi)_2
field theories, *J.
Funct. Anal.* **10** (1972), 251-258

[22] A remark on groups with the fixed point property, *Proc.
Amer. Math. Soc.* **32**
(1972), 623-624

[23] Continuum embedded eigenvalues in a spatially cutoff *P*(\phi)_2
field
theory, *Proc. Amer. Math. Soc.* **35**
(1972), 223-226

[24] Essential self-adjointness of Schrödinger operators with
positive potentials, *Math.
Ann.* **201** (1973), 211-220

[25] Quadratic form techniques and the Balslev-Combes theorem,
*Commun. Math. Phys*.
**27** (1972), 1-9

[26] (with M.
Reed)
A spectral mapping theorem for tensor products of unbounded operators, *Bull.
Amer.
Math. Soc.* **78** (1972), 730-733

[27] (with F. Guerra and L. Rosen)
Nelson's symmetry and the infinite volume behavior of the vacuum in *P*(\phi)_2,
*Commun.
Math. Phys.* **27** (1972), 10-22

[28] Summability methods, the strong asymptotic condition, and
unitarity in quantum
field theory, *Phys. Rev. Lett.* **28**
(1972), 1145-1146

[29] Uniform cross norms, *Pacific J. Math.*
**46** (1973), 555-560

[30] (with M.
Reed)
Tensor products of closed operators on Banach spaces, *J.
Funct. Anal.* **13**
(1973), 107-124

[31] (with F. Guerra and L. Rosen)
The vacuum energy for *P*(\phi)_2: Infinite volume
limit and coupling constant
dependence, *Commun. Math. Phys.* **29**
(1973), 233-247

[32] (with F. Guerra and L. Rosen)
Statistical mechanical results in the *P*(\phi)_2
quantum field theory, *Phys.
Lett.* **44B** (1973), 102-104

[33] (with F. Guerra and L. Rosen)
The *P*(\phi)_2 Euclidean quantum field theory as
classical statistical mechanics, *Ann.
of Math.* **101** (1975), 111-189

Ann. of Math.**101** (1975),
191-259

[34] (with F. Guerra and L. Rosen)
Boundary conditions for the *P*(\phi)_2 Euclidean
field, *Ann. Inst. H. Poincaré*
**25A** (1976), 231-334.

[35] Essential self-adjointness for Schrödinger operators with
singular potentials*,
Arch. Ration. Mech. Anal.* **52** (1973),
44-48

[36] Ergodic semigroups of positivity preserving self-adjoint
operators, *J. Funct.
Anal.* **12** (1973), 335-339

[37] Correlation inequalities and the mass gap in *P*(\phi)_2,
*Commun. Math.
Phys.* **31** (1973), 127-136

[38] Schrödinger operators with singular magnetic vector
potentials, *Math. Z.* **131**
(1973), 361-370

[39] (with E.
Lieb)
Thomas-Fermi theory revisited, *Phys. Rev. Lett.* **31**
(1973), 681-683

[40] (with R. Griffiths) Griffiths-Hurst-Sherman inequalities
and a Lee-Yang theorem
for the (\phi^4)_2 field theory, *Phys. Rev. Lett.* **30**
(1973), 931-933

[41] Quadratic forms and Klauder's phenomenon: A remark on
very singular perturbations,
*J. Funct. Anal.* **14** (1973),
295-298

[42] Positivity of the Hamiltonian semigroup and the
construction of Euclidean region
fields, *Helv. Phys. Acta* **46**
(1973), 686-696

[43] Pointwise bounds on eigenfunctions and wave packets in *N*-body
quantum
systems, I, *Proc. Amer. Math. Soc.* **42**
(1974), 395-401

[44] Absence of positive eigenvalues in a class of
multiparticle quantum systems, *Math.
Ann.* **207** (1974), 133-138

[45] (with E.
Lieb) On
solutions of the Hartree-Fock problem for atoms and molecules, *J.
Chem. Phys.* **61**
(1974), 735-736

[46] Pointwise bounds on eigenfunctions and wave packets in *N*-body
quantum
systems, II, *Proc. Amer. Math. Soc.* **45**
(1974), 454-456

[47] (with R. Griffiths) The (\phi^4)_2 field theory as a
classical Ising model, *Commun.
Math. Phys.* **33 **(1973),
145-164

[48] Correlation inequalities and the mass gap in *P*(\phi)_2,
II. Uniqueness of
the vacuum for a class of strongly coupled theories, *Ann. of
Math.* **101**
(1975), 260-267

[49] (with F. Guerra and L. Rosen)
The pressure is independent of the boundary conditions in *P*(\phi)_2,
*Bull. Amer.
Math. Soc.* **80** (1974), 1205-1209

[50] (with F. Guerra and L. Rosen)
Correlation inequalities and the mass gap in *P*(\phi)_2,
III. Mass gap for a class
of strongly coupled theories with nonzero external field, *Commun.
Math. Phys.* **41**
(1975, 19-32

[51] Pointwise bounds on eigenfunctions and wave packets in *N*-body
quantum
systems, III, *Trans. Amer. Math. Soc.* **208**
(1975), 317-329

[52] (with J. Rosen) Global support properties of stationary
ergodic processes, *Duke
Math. J.* **42** (1975), 51-55

[53] (with E.
Lieb) The
Thomas-Fermi theory of atoms, molecules and solids, *Adv. in
Math.* **23** (1977), 22-116.

[54] (with J. Rosen) Fluctuations in *P*(\phi)_1
processes, *Ann. Prob.*
**4** (1976), 155-174

[55] (with E.
Lieb) The
Hartree-Fock theory for Coulomb systems, *Commun. Math. Phys.*
**53** (1977),
185-193

[56] Existence of the scattering matrix for the linearized
Boltzmann equation, *Commun.
Math. Phys.* **41** (1975), 99-108

[57] Operator theory needed in quantum statistical mechanics
in boxes, pp. 389-398,
Appendix B, in E.
Lieb and J. Lebowitz,
The constitution of matter, *Adv. in Math.* **9**
(1972), 316-398

[58] Convergence theorems for entropy, Appendix to E. Lieb and
M. Ruskai, Proof of the
strong subadditivity of quantum mechanical entropy, *J. Math.
Phys.* **14**
(1973), 1938-1941

[59] (with W.
Faris) Degenerate and non-degenerate ground states for
Schrödinger operators, *Duke
Math. J.* **42** (1975), 559-567

[60] (with E. Seiler) An inequality among determinants, *Proc.
Natl. Acad. Sc.* **72**
(1975), 3277-3278

[61] (with E. Seiler) On finite mass renormalizations in the
two-dimensional Yukawa
model, *J. Math. Phys.* **16**
(1975), 2289-2293

[62] (with E. Seiler) Bounds in the Yukawa_2 quantum field
theory: Upper bound on the
pressure, Hamiltonian bound and linear lower bound, *Commun.
Math. Phys.* **45**
(1975), 99-114

[63] (with E. Seiler) Nelson's symmetry and all that in the
Yukawa_2 and \phi^4_3 field
theories, *Ann. Phys.* **97 **(1976),
470-518

[64] (with J.
Fröhlich and T. Spencer)
Phase
transitions and continuous symmetry breaking, *Phys. Rev. Lett.*
**36** (1976),
804-806

[65] (with J.
Fröhlich and T. Spencer)
Infrared
bounds, phase transitions and continuous symmetry breaking, *Commun.
Math. Phys.* **50**
(1976), 79-85

[66] Universal diamagnetism of spinless bose
systems, *Phys. Rev. Lett.* **36**
(1976), 1083-1084

[67] (with F.J. Dyson and E.
Lieb) Phase transitions in the quantum Heisenberg model, *Phys.
Rev. Lett.* **37**
(1976), 120-123

[68] (with F.J. Dyson and E.
Lieb) Phase transitions in quantum spin systems with
isotropic and non-isotropic
interactions, *J. Statist. Phys.* **18**
(1978), 335-383

[69] A remark on Nelson's best hypercontractive estimates, *Proc.
Amer. Math. Soc.*
**55** (1976), 376-378

[70] The bound state of weakly coupled Schrödinger operators
in one and two
dimensions, *Ann. Phys.* **97**
(1976), 279-288

[71] (with P.
Deift) On the decoupling of the finite singularities from the
question of asymptotic
completeness in two body quantum systems, *J. Funct. Anal.*
**23** (1976), 218-238

[72] On the absorption of eigenvalues by continuous spectrum
in regular perturbation
problems, *J. Funct. Anal.* **25**
(1977), 338-344

[73] Analysis with weak trace ideals and the number of bound
states of Schrödinger
operators, *Trans. Amer. Math. Soc.* **224**
(1976), 367-380

[74] Notes on infinite determinants of Hilbert space
operators, *Adv. in Math.* **24**
(1977), 244-273

[75] On the genericity of nonvanishing instability intervals
in Hill's equation, *Ann.
Inst. H. Poincaré* **A24** (1976),
91-93

[76] An abstract Kato's inequality for generators of
positivity preserving semigroups, *Indiana
Math. J.* **26** (1977), 1067-1073

[77] (with J.
Fröhlich) Pure states for general *P*(\phi)_2
theories: Construction, regularity
and variational equality, *Ann. of Math.* **105**
(1977), 493-526

[78] (with M.
Reed)
The scattering of classical waves from inhomogeneous media, *Math.
Z.* **155**
(1977), 163-168

[79] (with J.
Avron)
Analytic properties of band functions, *Ann. Phys.* **110**
(1978), 85-110

[80] (with R. Blankenbecler and M.L. Goldberger) The bound
states of weakly coupled
long-range one-dimensional quantum Hamiltonians, *Ann. Phys.*
**108** (1977),
69-78

[81] A canonical decomposition for quadratic forms with
applications to monotone
convergence theorems, *J. Funct. Anal.* **28**
(1978), 377-385

[82] Lower semicontinuity of positive quadratic forms, *Proc.
Roy. Soc. Edin.* **29**
(1977), 267-273

[83] (with P.
Deift) A time-dependent approach to the completeness of
multiparticle quantum systems,
*Commun. Pure Appl. Math.* **30**
(1977), 573-583

[84] Geometric methods in multiparticle quantum systems, *Commun.
Math. Phys.* **55**
(1977), 259-274

[85] *N*-body scattering in the two-cluster
region, *Commun. Math. Phys.* **58**
(1978), 205-210

[86] Kato's inequality and the comparison of semi-groups, *J.
Funct. Anal.* **32**
(1979), 97-101

[87] (with J.
Avron
and I.
Herbst) The Zeeman
effect revisited, *Phys. Lett.* **62A**
(1977), 214-216

[88] (with J.
Avron
and I.
Herbst) Formation of
negative ions in magnetic fields, *Phys. Rev. Lett.* **39**
(1977), 1068-1070

[89] (with J.
Avron
and I.
Herbst) Schrödinger
operators with magnetic fields, I. General interactions, *Duke
Math. J.* **45**
(1978), 847-883

[90] (with J.
Avron
and I.
Herbst) Schrodinger
operators with magnetic fields, II. Separation of center of mass in
homogeneous magnetic
fields, *Ann. Phys.* **114** (1978),
431-451

[91] (with J.
Avron
and I.
Herbst) Schrödinger
operators in magnetic fields, III. Atoms in homogeneous magnetic field,
*Commun. Math.
Phys.* **79** (1981), 529-572

[92] (with J.
Avron
and I.
Herbst) Schrödinger
operators in magnetic fields, IV. Strongly bound states of hydrogen in
intense magnetic
field, *Phys. Rev.* **A20** (1979),
2287-2296

[93] (with J.
Fröhlich, R. Israel and E.
Lieb) Phase transitions and reflection positivity, I. General
theory and long range
interactions, *Commun. Math. Phys.* **62**
(1978), 1-34

[94] (with J.
Fröhlich, R. Israel and E.
Lieb) Phase transitions and reflection positivity, II.
Lattice systems with
short-range and Coulomb interactions, *J. Statist. Phys.*
**22** (1980), 297-341

[95] (with P.
Deift, W.
Hunziker
and E. Vock) Pointwise bounds on eigenfunctions and wave packets in *N*-body
quantum
systems, IV, *Commun. Math. Phys.* **64**
(1978), 1-34

[96] Scattering theory and quadratic forms: On a theorem of
Schechter, *Commun. Math.
Phys.* **53** (1977), 151-153

[97] (with E.
Lieb)
Monotonicity of the electronic contribution of the Born-Oppenheimer
energy, *J. Phys.*
**B11** (1978), L537-542

[98] Maximal and minimal Schrödinger forms, *J. Oper.
Th.* **1** (1979), 37-47

[99] (with E.B. Davies)
Scattering theory for systems with different spatial asymptotics on the
left and right, *Commun.
Math. Phys.* **63** (1978), 277-301

[100] (with I. Herbst)
Stark
effect revisited, *Phys. Rev. Lett.* **41**
(1978), 67-69

[101] (with I. Herbst)
Some
remarkable examples in eigenvalue perturbation theory, *Phys.
Lett.* **78B **(1978),
304-306

[102] (with I. Herbst)
Dilation analyticity in constant electric field, II. The *N*-body
problem, Borel
summability, *Commun. Math. Phys.* **80**
(1981), 181-216

[103] (with C. Radin)
Invariant domains for the time-dependent Schrödinger equation, *J.
Diff. Eqn.* **29**
(1978), 289-296

[104] (with L. Benassi, V. Grecchi and E. Harrell)
Bender-Wu formula and the Stark effect in hydrogen, *Phys.
Rev. Lett.* **42 **(1979),
704-707

[105] (with E.
Harrell) The mathematical theory of resonances whose widths
are exponentially small, *Duke
Math. J.* **47** (1980), 845-902

[106] Phase space analysis of simple scattering systems.
Extensions of some work of
Enss, *Duke Math. J.* **46** (1979),
119-168

[107] The definition of molecular resonance curves by the
method of exterior complex
scaling, *Phys. Lett.* **71A**
(1979), 211-214

[108] (with J. Morgan) Behavior of molecular potential energy
curves for large nuclear
separations, *Intl. J. Quan. Chem.* **17**
(1980), 1143-1166

[109] (with M.
Schechter) Unique
continuation for Schrödinger operators with unbounded potentials, *J.
Math. Anal. Appl.*
**77** (1980), 482-492

[110] Brownian motion, *L ^{p}*
properties of Schrödinger
operators and the localization of binding,

[111] (with S. Graffi and V. Grecchi) Complete separability of
the Stark effect in
hydrogen, *J. Phys.* **A12** (1979),
L193-L197

[112] A remark on Dobrushin's uniqueness theorem, *Commun.
Math. Phys.* **68**
(1979), 183-185

[113] The classical limit of quantum partition functions, *Commun.
Math. Phys.* **71**
(1980), 247-276

[114] (with M. Klaus) Binding of Schrödinger particles through
conspiracy of potential
wells, *Ann. Inst. H. Poincaré* **A30**
(1979), 83-87

[115] (with M. Klaus) Coupling constant thresholds in
nonrelativistic quantum
mechanics, I. Short range two-body case, *Ann. Phys.*
**130** (1980), 251-281

[116] (with A. Alonso) The Birman-Krein-Vishik theory of
self-adjoint extensions of
semibounded operators, *J. Oper. Th.* **4**
(1980), 251-270

[117] (with J.
Avron)
A counterexample to the paramagnetic conjecture, *Phys. Lett.*
**75A** (1979), 41-42

[118] Mean field upper bound on the transition temperature in
multicomponent ferromagnets, *J. Statist. Phys.* **22**
(1980), 491-493

[119] (with M.
Hoffmann-Ostenhof and T.
Hoffmann-Ostenhof)
On the nodal structure of atomic eigenfunctions, *J. Phys.*
**A13** (1980),
1131-1133

[120] (with M.
Hoffmann-Ostenhof and T.
Hoffmann-Ostenhof)
Brownian motion and a consequence of Harnack's inequality: Nodes of
quantum wave
functions, *Proc. Amer. Math. Soc.* **80**
(1980), 301-305

[121] (with J. Morgan) The calculation of molecular resonances
by complex scaling, *J.
Phys.* **B14** (1981), L167-L171

[122] (with M. Klaus) Coupling constant threshold in
non-relativistic quantum
mechanics, II. Two-cluster thresholds in *N*-body
systems, *Commun. Math. Phys.*
**78** (1980), 153-168

[124] (with V.
Enss)
Bounds on total cross-sections in atom-atom and atom-ion collisions by
geometric methods, *Phys.
Rev. Lett.* **44** (1980), 319-321

[125] (with V.
Enss)
Finite total cross-sections in non-relativistic quantum mechanics, *Commun.
Math. Phys.*
**76** (1980), 177-210

[126] Decay of correlations in ferromagnets, *Phys.
Rev. Lett.* **44** (1980),
547-549

[127] Correlation inequalities and the decay of correlations
in ferromagnets, *Commun.
Math. Phys.* **77** (1980), 111-126

[128] (with M.
Aizenman)
Local Ward identities and the decay of correlations in ferromagnets, *Commun.
Math.
Phys.* **77** (1980), 137-143

[129] (with M.
Aizenman)
A comparison of plane rotor Ising models, *Phys.
Lett.* *A* **76**
(1980), 281-282

[130] (with K. Miller) Quantum magnetic Hamiltonians with
remarkable spectral
properties, *Phys. Rev. Lett.* **44**
(1980), 1706-1707

[131] (with P. Perry and I.
Sigal) Absence of singular
continuous spectrum in *N*-body quantum systems, *Bull.
Amer. Math. Soc.* **3**
(1980), 1019-1024

[132] (with P. Perry and I. Sigal)
Spectral analysis of *N*-body
Schrödinger operators, *Ann. of Math.* **114**
(1981), 519-567

[133] (with R.
Carmona)
Pointwise bounds on eigenfunctions and wave packets in *N*-body
quantum systems, V.
Lower bounds and path integrals, *Commun. Math. Phys.*
**80** (1981), 59-98

[134] (with E.
Lieb)
Pointwise bounds on eigenfunctions and wave packets in *N*-body
quantum systems, VI.
Asymptotics in the two-cluster region, *Adv. Appl. Math.*
**1** (1980), 324-343

[135] (with M.
Aizenman)
Brownian motion and Harnack's inequality for Schrödinger operators, *Commun.
Pure Appl.
Math.* **35** (1982), 209-273

[136] Large time behavior of the *L ^{p}*
norm of Schrödinger semigroups,

[137] Spectrum and continuum eigenfunctions of Schrödinger
operators, *J. Funct.
Anal.* **42** (1981), 347-355

[138] Convergence in trace ideals, *Proc. Amer. Math.
Soc.* **83** (1981),
39-43 [146]

[139] (with A.
Sokal) Rigorous entropy-energy arguments, *J.
Statist. Phys.* **25** (1981),
679-694

[140] Pointwise domination of matrices and comparison of *I*_*p*
norms, *Pacific
J. Math.* **97** (1981),
471-475

[141] (with J.
Avron)
The asymptotics of the gap in the Mathieu equation, *Ann. Phys.*
**134** (1981),
76-84

[142] (with J.
Avron)
Transient and recurrent spectrum, *J. Funct. Anal.* **43**
(1981), 1-31

[143] The rate of falloff of Ising model correlations at large
temperature, *J.
Statist. Phys.* **26** (1981), 53-58

[144] Absence of continuous symmetry breaking in a
one-dimensional *n*^{-2}
model, *J. Statist. Phys.* **26**
(1981), 307-311

[145] (with S. Friedland) The codimension of degenerate
pencils, *Linear Alg. Appl.*
**44** (1982), 41-53

[146] (with J.
Avron)
Almost periodic Hill's equation and the rings of Saturn, *Phys.
Rev. Lett.* **46 **(1981),
1166-1168

[147] (with J.
Avron)
Almost periodic Schrödinger operators, I. Limit periodic potentials, *Commun.
Math.
Phys.* **82** (1982),
101-120

[148] (with J.
Avron)
Singular continuous spectrum for a class of almost periodic Jacobi
matrices, *Bull.
Amer. Math. Soc.* **6** (1982),
81-85

[149] (with J.
Avron)
Almost periodic Schrödinger operators, II. The integrated density of
states, *Duke
Math. J.* **50** (1983), 369-391

[150] Hardy and Rellich inequalities in non-integral
dimension, *J. Oper. Th.* **9**
(1983), 143-146
Addendum, J. Oper. Th. 12 (1984), 197

[151] Continuity of the density of states in magnetic field, *J.
Phys.* **A15**
(1982), 2981-2983

[152] (with J. Bellissard) Cantor spectrum for the almost
Mathieu equation, *J.
Funct. Anal.* **48** (1982), 408-419

[153] (with L. Yaffe) Rigorous perimeter law upper bound on
Wilson loops, *Phys.
Lett.* **115B** (1982), 145-147

[154] (with E.
Harrell) Schrödinger operator methods in the study of a
certain nonlinear PDE, *Proc.
Amer. Math. Soc.* **88** (1983),
376-377

[155] (with W. Craig)
Subharmonicity of the Lyaponov index, *Duke Math. J.*
**50** (1983), 551-560

[156] (with N.
Corngold
and E. Harrell)
The mathematical theory of resonances whose widths are exponentially
small, II, *J.
Math. Anal. Appl.* **99** (1984),
447-457

[157] Some Jacobi matrices with decaying potential and dense
point spectrum, *Commun.
Math. Phys.* **87** (1982), 253-258

[158] Some quantum operators with discrete spectrum but
classically continuous
spectrum, *Ann. Phys.* **146**
(1983), 209-220

[159] Nonclassical eigenvalue asymptotics, *J. Funct.
Anal.* **53** (1983),
84-98

[160] (with M.
Hoffmann-Ostenhof and T.
Hoffmann-Ostenhof)
A multiparticle Coulomb system with bound state at threshold, *J.
Phys.* **A16**
(1983), 1125-1131

[161] Semiclassical analysis of low lying eigenvalues, I.
Non-degenerate minima:
Asymptotic expansions, *Ann. Inst. H. Poincaré* **38**
(1983), 295-307

[162] Semiclassical analysis of low lying eigenvalues, II.
Tunneling, *Ann. of Math.*
**120** (1984), 89-118

[163] Instantons, double wells and large deviations, *Bull.
Amer. Math. Soc.* **8**
(1983), 323-326

[164] Equality of the density of states in a wide class of
tight binding Lorentzian
models, *Phys. Rev.* **B27** (1983),
3859-3860

[165] (with F. Bentosela, R.
Carmona, P. Duclos, B. Souillard and R. Weder) Schrödinger
operators
with electric field and random or deterministic potential, *Commun.
Math. Phys.* **88**
(1983), 387-397

[166] (with W.
Craig) Log Hölder
continuity of the integrated density of states for stochastic Jacobi
matrices, *Commun.
Math. Phys.* **90** (1983), 207-218

[167] (with J.
Avron
and W.
Craig) Large coupling behavior of
the Lyaponov exponent for tight binding one dimensional random systems,
*J. Phys.* **A16**
(1983), L209-L211

[168] Kotani theory for one dimensional stochastic Jacobi
matrices, *Commun. Math.
Phys.* **89** (1983), 227-234

[169] (with P.
Deift) Almost periodic Schrödinger operators, III. The
absolutely continuous spectrum
in one dimension, *Commun. Math. Phys.* **90**
(1983), 389-411

[170] Almost periodic Schrödinger operators, IV. The Maryland
model, *Ann. Phys.*
**159** (1985), 157-183

[171] (with J.
Avron
and R. Seiler) Homotopy
and quantization in condensed matter physics, *Phys. Rev. Lett.*
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[331] On the removal of finite discrete spectrum by
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[337] A Cayley-Hamiltonian Theorem for Periodic Finite Band Matrices, Functional analysis and operator theory for quantum physics, ed. J. Dittrich, H. Kovařík and A. Laptev, EMS Ser. Congr. Rep., Eur. Math. Soc., Zürich ( 2017), 525-529

[338] (with R. Frank and M. Lemm) Condensation of fermion pairs in a domain, Calculus of Variations and Partial Differential Equations, to appear.

[339] (with J. Breuer and O. Zeitouni) Large Deviations and Sum Rules for Spectral Theory - A Pedagogical Approach, J. Specr. Theory, to appear

[340] (with J. Breuer and O. Zeitouni) Large Deviations and the Lukic Conjecture, preprint

[341] (with J. Christiansen, P. Yuditskii and M. Zinchenko) Asymptotics of Chebyshev Polynomials, II. DCT Subsets of R, preprint

[342] Unitaries Permuting Two Orthogonal Projections, Linear Alg. Appl., to appear.

[343] (with A. Böttcher and I. Spitkovsky) Similarity between two projections, Int. Eq. and Op. Th., to appear

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[xlv] Ed Nelson's work in quantum theory, *Diffusion,
Quantum Theory, and Radically Elementary Mathematics* (ed. W.
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reprinted as part of an obituary for Ed. Nelson in the IAMP Bulletin
for April,
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[xlvii] CMV matrices:
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[li] (with D. Damanik
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[lii] The Christoffel-Darboux kernel, in "Perspectives in PDE,
Harmonic Analysis and Applications," a volume in honor of V.G. Maz'ya's
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**79 **(2008),** **295-335**
**

[liii] A celebration of Jürg and Tom, *J. Statist.
Phys. ***134 **
(2009), 809-812 (special issue in honor of the 60th birthday
of Jürg Fröhlich and Tom Spencer) WARNING: Video is over 1.3
GB!

[liv] Fine structure of the zeros of orthogonal polynomials: A
progress report, in "Recent Trends in Orthogonal Polynomials and
Approximation Theory," a volume in honor of Guillermo Lopez's 60th
birthday, *Contemporary Math.* **
507 **(2010), 241-254.

[lv] Spectral theory of orthogonal polynomials, *Proc.
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217-228 **
*

[lvi] (with J. Christiansen
and M. Zinchenko)
Finite gap Jacobi matrices: A review, in Spectral Analysis, Differential
Equations and Mathematical Physics, A Festschrift for Fritz Gesztesy on
the Occasion of his 60th Birthday, ed. H. Holden, B. Simon
and G. Teschl, AMS, *Proceedings of
Symposia in Pure Mathematics* **87 **(2013),** ** 87-103

[lvii] Mathematical physics at Princeton in the 1970s, IAMP News Bulletin, July 2012

[lviii] (with A. Jaffe) Obituary: Arthur Strong Wightman (1922-2013), IAMP News Bulletin, January 2013

[lix] (B. Simon was coordinating editor; contributions by J. Frohlich, F. Guerra, K. Hepp, A. Jaffe, C. Nappi, E. Nelson, D. Ruelle, B. Simon, R. Streater, F. Strocchi and G. Velo), In Memory of Arthur Strong Wightman, Notices A.M.S 62 (2015), 249-257

[lx] Spectral Theory Sum Rules, Meromorphic Herglotz Functions and Large Deviations, Notices A.M.S. 64 (2017) 9-10, blurb for JMM plenary talk, Atlanta, Jan, 2017.

[lxi] Tosio Kato's Work on Non--Relativistic Quantum Mechanics, review article for Bulletin of Mathematical Sciences, in preparation. Comments about what to include welcome.

[lxii] Tosio Kato's Work on Non--Relativistic Quantum Mechanics: An Outline, to appear in Proc. Kato Centenial Conference.

[lxiii] Tosio Kato's Work on Non--Relativistic Quantum Mechanics: A Brief Report, to appear in IAMP News Bulletin and in Analysis and Operator Theory: In Honor of Tosio Katos 100 th Birthday, a volume edited by Th. M. Rassias and V. Zagrebnov to be published by Springer.

1. Talk given at IWOPA '08 (Madrid, September 2008 in honor of Bill Lopez) [pdf] [video]

2. Talk given at Newton Institute (December 2008) [video]3. Tales of our Forefathers talk [pdf] [video] (Video Courtesy Issac Newton Institute) WARNING: Video is over 1.3 GB! Another version on YouTube.

4. More Tales of our Forefathers talk [pdf] [video] (Video Courtesy Issac Newton Institute) WARNING: Video is over 2.2 GB!

5. Videos and Slides of 8 lectures on Spectral Theory of Orthogonal Polynomials givren at Issac Newton Institute are available

6. Talk given at Celebrating the work of Prof. Edward Nelson (1932-2014), Princeton Math Colloquium, April 22, 2015. [pdf]

7. Acceptance Talk at Bolyai Prize Ceremony (on "OPUC and me") [pdf]

8. Talks on Large Deviations and Sum Rules for Orthogonal Polynomials at 14^{th} Latin American Congress of Probability (CLAPEM XIV), Dec. 5-6, 2016, San Jose, Costa Rica: Lectures one, two, three, four