Introduction to Computational Quantum Mechanics
by Roman Schmied
Publisher: arXiv 2014
Number of pages: 124
This document is aimed at advanced students of physics who are familiar with the concepts and notations of quantum mechanics. It tries to bridge the gap between simple analytic calculations and complicated large-scale computations.
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