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By V.S. Viswanath

During this monograph the recursion strategy is gifted as a style for the research of dynamical houses of quantum and classical many-body platforms in thermal equilibrium. Such homes are probed by way of many various experimental strategies utilized in fabrics technological know-how. numerous representations and formulations of the recursion approach are defined intimately and documented with a variety of examples, starting from ordinary illustrations for educational reasons to practical versions of curiosity in present examine within the components of spin dynamics and low-dimensional magnetism. The functionality of the recursion approach is calibrated by means of special ends up in a few benchmark assessments and in comparison with the functionality of alternative calculational concepts. The publication addresses graduate scholars and researchers

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34), between the continued- 36 Chapter 4 bi fraction coefficients ak' and the moments M n . l5a) = O, ... ,2K-n+l (in two successive inner loops) and n loop). ,K. l5c) = 1,... ,2K+l. l6b) The recurrence relations to be carried out for n = O,... ,min(K,2K-J) (inner loop) andj = O,... ,2K+l (outer loop) are 2 bn (n-I) (n) 2 (n) M n+j+1 =bL. ,2K+l. l6e) Explicit results for the transformation of the first four coefficients are given in Table 4-2. The relationship between the data of the two representations of the recursion method is thus completely established.

5) 001 +~ If one of the L frequencies OOt happens to be zero, the total number of continuedfraction coefficients is reduced by one to K = 2L-2. Hence, an even number of nonzero Ilk's indicates that one of the frequencies is zero. For an illustration of this fact, consider the example with two frequencies. 5) goes to zero if either 00 1 or ~ vanishes. 5-2 Spectral Densities with Bounded Support Under most circumstances, dynamic correlation functions of many-body systems have a continuous component in the spectral-weight distribution.

However elegant, determinants of large numbers are not suitable for the numerical implementation of this transformation. There exist several algorithms for the numerical conversion of one set of numbers into the other. Some procedures are more susceptible to numerical instabilities than others [Gordon 1968]. The following algorithm, which is a product of the recursion method, has proven to be fairly robust against numerical instabilities. It is derived from Eqs. 29). The transformation is described by a simple set of recurrence relations (see Table 3-2 for some explicit results).

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