The non autonomous Cauchy problem i∂tu = -∂2xxu + α(t)δ0u with ut=0 = u0 is considered in L2(ℝ). The regularity assumptions for α are accurately analyzed and show that the general results for non autonomous linear evolution equations in Banach spaces are far from being optimal. In the mean time, this article shows an unexpected application of paraproduct techniques, initiated by J.M. Bony for nonlinear partial differential equations, to a classical linear problem.
- Non-autonomous Cauchy problems
- Point interactions
- Solvable models in Quantum Mechanics
ASJC Scopus subject areas
- Mathematical Physics
- Geometry and Topology