Stochastic Variational Approach to Quantum-Mechanical Few- Body Problems (Lecture Notes in Physics Monographs) par Yasuyuki Suzuki, Kalman Varga, Y. Suzuki

Titre de livre : Stochastic Variational Approach to Quantum-Mechanical Few- Body Problems (Lecture Notes in Physics Monographs)
Auteur : Yasuyuki Suzuki, Kalman Varga, Y. Suzuki
ISBN : 3540651527

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Stochastic Variational Approach to Quantum-Mechanical Few- Body Problems (Lecture Notes in Physics Monographs) par Yasuyuki Suzuki, Kalman Varga, Y. Suzuki

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The quantum-mechanical few-body problem is of fundamental importance for all branches of microphysics and it has substantially broadened with the advent of modern computers. This book gives a simple, unified recipe to obtain precise solutions to virtually any few-body bound-state problem and presents its application to various problems in atomic, molecular, nuclear, subnuclear and solid state physics. The main ingredients of the methodology are a wave-function expansion in terms of correlated Gaussians and an optimization of the variational trial function by stochastic sampling. The book is written for physicists and, especially, for graduate students interested in quantum few-body physics.

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The quantum-mechanical few-body problem is of fundamental importance for all branches of microphysics and it has substantially broadened with the advent of modern computers. This book gives a simple, unified recipe to obtain precise solutions to virtually any few-body bound-state problem and presents its application to various problems in atomic, molecular, nuclear, subnuclear and solid state physics. The main ingredients of the methodology are a wave-function expansion in terms of correlated Gaussians and an optimization of the variational trial function by stochastic sampling. The book is written for physicists and, especially, for graduate students interested in quantum few-body physics.