Algebraic solution of an anisotropic nonquadratic potential
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We show that an anisotropic nonquadratic potential, for which a path integral treatment has been recently discussed in the literature, possesses the SO(2, 1) ⊗SO(2, 1) ⊗SO(2, 1) dynamical symmetry, and construct its Green function algebraically. A particular case which generates new eigenvalues and eigenfunctions is also discussed. © 1990.