Journal or Conference Title
Chemical Physical Letters
Natural Sciences and Mathematics
An adaptive, kink-based path integral formalism is used to calculate the ground state energies of the atoms He–Ne. The method uses an adaptive scheme to virtually eliminate the sign difficulties. This is done by using a Monte Carlo scheme to identify states that contribute significantly to the canonical partition function and then include them in the wavefunctions to calculate the canonical averages. The calculations use the 6-31G basis set and obtain both precision and accuracy.
Hall, Randall W., "Kink-Based Path Integral Calculations of Atoms He-Ne" (2002). Collected Faculty and Staff Scholarship. 26.
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The following article appeared in: Randall W. Hall, "Kink-based path integral calculations of atoms He–Ne", Chemical Physical Letters 362 (5-6), 549-553 (2002)