Category:Low-scaling GW and RPA
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The Random Phase Approximation (RPA) is a diagrammatic method to determine the groundstate energy of interacting electrons. The computational cost of diagrammatic methods typically exceeds the one of hybrid DFT calculations, since a frequency dependent Hamiltonian is diagonalized. Conventional GW and RPA/ACFDT algorithms typically scale with the forth power of the system size and are, thus, limited to relatively small system sizes. However, by performing all calculations on the imaginary time and imaginary frequency axis one can exploit coarse Fourier transformation compatible grids and obtain a cubic scaling GW and RPA/ACFDT algorithm. These algorithms can be used to study relatively large systems with diagrammatic methods.
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Pages in category "Low-scaling GW and RPA"
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