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Mini-Workshop: L2-Spectral Invariants and the Integrated Density of States

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dc.date.issued2006
dc.identifier.urihttp://publications.mfo.de/handle/mfo/2939
dc.description.abstractL2 -spectral invariants play an increasingly important role in the analysis of infinite geometric objects allowing for the action of a group. Typical such objects are covering spaces like Riemannian manifolds and graphs. The aim is to understand the group and the geometry of the object. The associated L2 -invariants can all be derived from the integrated density of states —also known as spectral distribution function— of a suitable geometrically induced equivariant Laplacian. On the other hand, the integrated density of states is also a most prominent quantity in the study of Laplacians with
dc.titleMini-Workshop: L2-Spectral Invariants and the Integrated Density of States
dc.identifier.doi10.14760/OWR-2006-9
local.series.idOWR-2006-9
local.sortindex379
local.date-range19 Feb - 25 Feb 2006
local.workshopcode0608b
local.workshoptitleMini-Workshop: L2-Spectral Invariants and the Integrated Density of States
local.organizersJozef Dodziuk, New York; Daniel Lenz, Chemnitz; Thomas Schick, Göttingen; Ivan Veselic, Chemnitz
local.report-nameWorkshop Report 2006,9
local.opc-photo-id0608b
local.publishers-doi10.4171/OWR/2006/09
local.ems-referenceDodziuk Jozef, Lenz Daniel, Schick Thomas, Veselić Ivan: Miniworkshop: L2-Spectral Invariants and the Integrated Density of States. Oberwolfach Rep. 3 (2006), 511-552. doi: 10.4171/OWR/2006/09


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