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Absolutely continuous spectrum for the Anderson model on trees Halasan, Florina

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This dissertation is an examination of the absolutely continuous spectrum for the Anderson model on different types of trees. The text is divided into four chapter: an introduction, two main chapters and conclusions. In Chapter 2 the existence of purely absolutely continuous spectrum is proven for the Anderson model on a Cayley tree, or Bethe lattice, of degree K. The method used, a geometric one, is based on some properties of the hyperbolic distance. It is a simplified generalization of a result for K=3 given by R. Froese, D. Hasler and W. Spitzer. In Chapter 3 a similar result is proven for a more general tree which has vertices of degrees 2 and 3 alternating in a periodic manner. The lack of symmetry changes the analysis, making it possible to eliminate one of the steps in the proof for the Cayley tree.

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