Use of Quantum Trajectories in Computational Molecular Bioscience (Short Report)

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ABSTRACT

A spin-dependent quantum trajectory methodology is outlined which achieves electron exchangecorrelation on an ab initio basis. The methodology is intended to give workers in electronic structure the same computational capability which has been available for decades in classical dynamics.

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Ritchie, B. (2014) Use of Quantum Trajectories in Computational Molecular Bioscience. Computational Molecular Bioscience, 4, 25-27. doi: 10.4236/cmb.2014.41002.

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