Schrodinger equation

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the fundamental equation of wave mechanics

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Moreover, one may construct a more reliable model consisting of several Morse-type components, still preserving the exact solubility of the Schrodinger equation.
The Density functional theory based electronic structure calculation is used to solve Schrodinger equation computationally, as it possesses very good predictability for various structural and thermodynamic properties of a molecular system.
With (Ta), Tang obtained the existence of ground state solutions for a class of superlinear Schrodinger equation involving some new nonlinearities.
Hao, "Breathers and multi-soliton solutions for the higher-order generalized nonlinear Schrodinger equation," Communications in Nonlinear Science and Numerical Simulation, vol.
OMEGA] [right arrow] C is called a solution of the nonlinear Schrodinger equation if
New physics arises in the Poised Realm, in part because decoherence is dissipative, so the Schrodinger equation does not propagate time reversibly and unitarily, but temporal behavior can be followed using Density Matrix methods.
Besse, A relaxation scheme for the nonlinear Schrodinger equation, SIAM J.
Abstract: Semiclassical limit of Schrodinger equation with zero far-field boundary conditions is investigated by the time- splitting Chebyshev-spectral method.
Starting from the mathematical expression which describes the motion of quantum objects, known as the Schrodinger equation, I could prove that in quantum mechanics, simple movements similar to a butterfly flapping can cause a dynamic so complex that it is unlikely we will ever be able to model it with conventional computers.
In this case, the nonlocal nonlinear Schrodinger equation (NNLSE), which governs the propagation of an optical beam in a nonlocal nonlinear medium can be simplified to a linear equation, as suggested by A.
Simulations based on the exact time-dependent Schrodinger equation have not been possible in most cases.
The non-linear Schrodinger equation is the partial differential equation and is a classical optical wave propagation approximation in the optical fiber [5].
The following equation is a general form of the Schrodinger equation written for any potentials (HAMZAVI et al.