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Ralph Saul Phillips (23 June 1913 — 23 November 1998) was an American mathematician and academic known for his contribution to functional analysis, scattering theory, and servomechanisms. He served as a Professor of mathematics at the Stanford University. He made major contributions to acoustical scattering theory in collaboration with Peter Lax, proving remarkable results on local energy decay and the connections between poles of the scattering matrix and the analytic properties of the resolvent. With Lax, he coauthored the widely referred book on scattering theory titled Scattering Theory for Automorphic Functions. Phillips received the 1997 Leroy P. Steele Prize for Lifetime Achievement.
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