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Simulations of Quantum Many Body Systems

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Simulations of Quantum Many Body Systems
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Publisher: Louisiana State University

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Contents: The Equilibrium Green Function Method; Dynamical Mean Field and Dynamical Cluster Approximation; Hirsh Fye and Continuous time Quantum Monte Carlo Methods; The Maximum Entropy Method for analytic continuation of QMC data; The non-equilibrium Green function method.

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