Journal of Mathematical Physics, Volume 61, Issue 9, September 2020. We study the scattering theory for the Schrödinger and wave equations with rough potentials in a scale of homogeneous Sobolev spaces. The first half of this paper is concerned with an inverse-square potential in both of subcritical and critical constant cases, which is a particular model of scaling-critical singular perturbations. In the subcritical case, the existence of the wave and inverse wave operators defined on a range of homogeneous Sobolev spaces is obtained. In particular, we have the scattering to a free solution in the homogeneous energy space for both of the Schrödinger and wave equations. In the critical case, it is shown that the solution is asymptotically a sum of an n-dimensional free wave and a rescaled two-dimensional free wave. The second half of this paper is concerned with a generalization to a class of strongly singular decaying potentials. We provide a simple criterion in an abstract framework to deduce the existence of wave operators defined on a homogeneous Sobolev space from the existence of the standard ones defined on a base Hilbert space.

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