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Scattering on univalent graphs from $L$function viewpoint
L. O. Chekhov^{} ^{} Steklov Mathematical Institute, Russian Academy of Sciences
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The scattering process on multiloop infinite $p+1$valent graphs is studied. These graphs are discrete spaces of a constant negative curvature being quotients of $p$adic hyperbolic plane over free acting discrete subgroups of the projective group $PGL(2, {\mathbf Q}_p)$. They are, in fact, identical to $p$adic multiloop surfaces. A finite subgraph containing all loops is called the reduced graph $T_riptsize red$, $L$function is associated with this finite subgraph. For an infinite graph, we introduce the notion of spherical functions. They are eigenfunctions of a discrete Laplace operator acting on the graph. In scattering processes we define $s$matrix and the scattering amplitudes $c_i$ imposing the restriction $c_i=A_{ret}(u)/A_{adv}(u)=\hbox {const}$ for all vertices $u\in T_riptsize supp$. $A_{ret}$ and $A_{adv}$ are retarded and advanced branches of a solution to eigenfucntion problem and $T_riptsize supp$ is a support domain for scattering centers. Taking the product over all $c_i$, we obtain the determinant of the scattering matrix which is expressed as a ratio of two $L$–functions: $C\sim L(\alpha _+)/L(\alpha _)$. Here $L$–function is the Ihara–Selberg function depending only on the form of $T_riptsize red$, $\alpha _\pm =t/2p\pm \sqrt {t^2/4p^21/p}$, $tp1$ being the eigenvalue of the Laplacian. We present a proof of the Hashimoto–Bass theorem expressing $L$–function $L(u)$ of any finite graph via determinant of a local operator $\Delta (u)$ acting on this graph. Numerous examples of $L$function calculations are presented.
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Theoretical and Mathematical Physics, 1995, 103:3, 723–737
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L. O. Chekhov, “Scattering on univalent graphs from $L$function viewpoint”, TMF, 103:3 (1995), 489–506; Theoret. and Math. Phys., 103:3 (1995), 723–737
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