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Condens. Matter 9, L441 (1997) K. Yakubo and M. Ono, Phys. Rev. , bound states and scattering states. In 1958 Anderson predicted the existence of localised states . A localised state is diﬀerent from a bound state, although its wave function vanishes at large distance, too. For a bound state, the eigenenergy is smaller than the potential energy except in a restricted region and the Schr¨ odinger equation has only exponentially growing or damping solutions at large distance. On the other hand, a localised state exists only in a potential with spatial randomness, and the envelope of its wave function damps exponentially at large distance although there are inﬁnite number of regions where the eigenenergy is larger than the potential energy.
A long strip of width M (= 4) and length N (= 10) with an additional slice about to be added on the right Transfer Matrices and Disordered Systems 23 elements may be zero, such as quantum percolation  cannot be treated in this way. Another important property is illustrated by considering the case V = I. In this case the transfer matrix T has the symmetry property JTJ = T−1 where J= 0I I0 , (8) from which it follows that the eigenvalues occur in pairs, (α, α−1 ), with eigenvectors (a, Ja). This property is more general than appears from this simple derivation, although it sometimes applies only to the magnitude, but not the phases, of the eigenvalues.
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