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First book bridging disciplines for the many-electron problem
Written by researchers at the cutting edge in their respective fields
Great care is taken to make each chapter accessible for people with different background (computer science, chemistry, mathematics, physics)
This book provides a broad description of the development and (computational) application of many-electron approaches from a multidisciplinary perspective. In the context of studying many-electron systems Computer Science, Chemistry, Mathematics and Physics are all intimately interconnected. However, beyond a handful of communities working at the interface between these disciplines, there is still a marked separation of subjects. This book seeks to offer a common platform for possible exchanges between the various fields and to introduce the reader to perspectives for potential further developments across the disciplines. The rapid advances of modern technology will inevitably require substantial improvements in the approaches currently used, which will in turn make exchanges between disciplines indispensable. In essence this book is one of the very first attempts at an interdisciplinary approach to the many-electron problem.
Content Level »Research
Keywords »Constrained-Pairing Mean-Field Theory - Density Functional Theory - Dynamical Mean Field Theory - Hartree-Fock-Bogoliubov Theory - Many-electron Models - Many-electron Schroedinger Equation - One-particle Density Matrix - Quantum Cluster Equilibrium - Quantum Monte Carlo - Time Dependent Density Functional Theory