Numerical Methods in Quantum Mechanics
by Paolo Giannozzi
Publisher: University of Udine 2013
Number of pages: 101
The aim of these lecture notes is to provide an introduction to methods and techniques used in the numerical solution of simple (non-relativistic) quantum-mechanical problems, with special emphasis on atomic and condensed-matter physics.
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