The accurate calculation of wave functions
One of the most complex subjects in physics is the
exact description of the interactions between three or
more bodies (many-body problem). This is true both for systems
of large dimensions, like planetary sistems studied in
astrophysics, and for systems of electrons in atoms and
Interest in this field is not merely academic: the
results obtained from accurate calculations on small
systems are needed to calibrate the approximate methodologies
used in solving more complex problems.
For more informations send a mail to:
- E. Clementi, G. Corongiu, G. Murgia, G. Paddeu, L. Paglieri,
L. Pisani, "Indipendent Electron Models: Hartree-Fock and Dirac-Fock for
Many-Electron Atoms" ,
, in METECC-94, Methods and Techniques in Computational Chemistry",
vol. A, E. Clementi ed., STEF, Cagliari (1993).