Pauli Potential and Green-Function Monte-Carlo Method for Many-Fermion Systems View Full Text


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DATE

1998-12

AUTHORS

B. L. G. Bakker, M. I. Polikarpov, A. I. Veselov

ABSTRACT

The time evolution of a many-fermion system can be described by a Green's function corresponding to an effective potential that takes anti-symmetrization of the wave function into account, called the Pauli potential. We show that this idea can be combined with the Green's-function Monte-Carlo method to accurately simulate a system of many non-relativistic fermions. The method is illustrated by the example of systems of several (2–9) fermions in a square well. More... »

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101-113

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s006010050097

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