Errata and addenda to the thesis

None of the following currently known local typos is influencing the results of the work!  
Local incorrectnesses:  
section  page(s)  place(s)  typo description  

2.1  30  last sentence in Current kernel  instead of "whereas the sign of these must be inverted" it must read: "whereas the diagrammatic rules already imply the sign inversion"  
2.3  36  in equation (36)  
2.3  37  in table 2, entries  
2.3  40  in equation (39) and the preceeeding expression  see p40.pdf: a definition ofnot consistent with Eq. (130) was used here  
2.4  4849  in equations (43), (44), (45)  
2.4  49  in the definition of the Tmatrix  
2.3  5152  in all equations related to  see p52.pdf: the misdefinition of from p. 43 was used here consistently (i.e., the r.h.s of the final equations (47a)/(47b) are correct)  
5.3  129  in equation (103) and in the preceding expression  
A.2  142143  all occuring tunnelling matrix elements  
A.3  176  equation (130), last distinction by case  
Typos not causing incorrectness:  
section  page(s)  place(s)  typo description  
2.3  45  at the very beginning of line 14  
2.4  51  regularisation formula (second equation)  
5.3  129  in the expression preceding equation (103)  
Addenda:  
section  page(s)  place(s)  addendum  
2.4/A.2  51/173  principal part integrations with numerator 1, squares in denominator  usingprovides an elegant way to show that such integrals are zero  
2.5  55  reference to publication  Phys. Rev. B 82, 235307 (2010)  
3.3  75  title of publication  "Inelastic cotunneling in quantum dots and molecules with weakly broken degeneracies"  
3.3  75  reference to publication  Phys. Rev. B 82, 045316 (2010)  
4.5  109  reference to publication [118]  New J. Phys. 12 (2010) 033038  
5.4  75  title of publication  "Sources of negative tunneling magnetoresistance in multilevel quantum dots with ferromagnetic contacts"  
5.4  109  reference to publication  Phys. Rev B 85 (2012) 045313  
A.2  143  top of page, exemplary expression for fourth order  as for the second order example the exponential functions have already been cancelled against each other  
A.2  142, 168/169  Solution of the energy integration  there exists a way more elegant solution (thanks Sebastian!), which allows for a proper inclusion of the band edges: see residua.pdf  
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