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“This book is an introduction to density functional theory (DFT) … . The presentation is … aimed at a general scientific audience (physics, chemistry, etc.). … There are … many interesting choices in the covered topics. … Several appendices help in making the book self-contained.” (Gabriel Stoltz, Mathematical Reviews, Issue 2011 m)
“The book is remarkable for a down-to-earth exposition of DFT that makes it accessible for students specialized in different fields of theoretical physics. … The book may be useful both for beginners as an introduction to DFT and for specialists who would like to expand their view on rigorous foundations of this theory and to keep an eye on the cutting edge of computational methods in condense matter physics.” (Peter Kazinski, Zentralblatt MATH, Vol. 1216, 2011)