### Abstract

Original language | English |
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Place of Publication | Switzerland |

Publisher | Springer |

Number of pages | 191 |

ISBN (Print) | 9783319299778 |

Publication status | Published - 20 Jun 2016 |

### Publication series

Name | Lecture Notes in Mathematics |
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Publisher | Springer |

Volume | 2157 |

ISSN (Print) | 0075-8434 |

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### Keywords

- Callias index formula
- Fredholm indices
- linear partial differential operators

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*The Callias Index Formula Revisited*. (Lecture Notes in Mathematics; Vol. 2157). Switzerland: Springer.

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*The Callias Index Formula Revisited*. Lecture Notes in Mathematics, vol. 2157, Springer, Switzerland.

**The Callias Index Formula Revisited.** / Gesztesy, Fritz; Waurick, Marcus.

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N2 - These lecture notes aim at providing a purely analytical and accessible proof of the Callias index formula. In various branches of mathematics (particularly, linear and nonlinear partial differential operators, singular integral operators, etc.) and theoretical physics (e.g., nonrelativistic and relativistic quantum mechanics, condensed matter physics, and quantum field theory), there is much interest in computing Fredholm indices of certain linear partial differential operators. In the late 1970’s, Constantine Callias found a formula for the Fredholm index of a particular first-order differential operator (intimately connected to a supersymmetric Dirac-type operator) additively perturbed by a potential, shedding additional light on the Fedosov-Hörmander Index Theorem. As a byproduct of our proof we also offer a glimpse at special non-Fredholm situations employing a generalized Witten index.

AB - These lecture notes aim at providing a purely analytical and accessible proof of the Callias index formula. In various branches of mathematics (particularly, linear and nonlinear partial differential operators, singular integral operators, etc.) and theoretical physics (e.g., nonrelativistic and relativistic quantum mechanics, condensed matter physics, and quantum field theory), there is much interest in computing Fredholm indices of certain linear partial differential operators. In the late 1970’s, Constantine Callias found a formula for the Fredholm index of a particular first-order differential operator (intimately connected to a supersymmetric Dirac-type operator) additively perturbed by a potential, shedding additional light on the Fedosov-Hörmander Index Theorem. As a byproduct of our proof we also offer a glimpse at special non-Fredholm situations employing a generalized Witten index.

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