Kantorovich Method for Solving the Multi-dimensional Eigenvalue and Scattering Problems of Schrödinger Equation
A Kantorovich method for solving the multi-dimensional eigenvalue and scattering problems of Schrödinger equation is developed in the framework of a conventional finite element representation of smooth solutions over a hyperspherical coordinate space. Convergence and efficiency of the proposed schemes are demonstrated on an exactly solvable model of three identical particles on a line with pair attractive zero-range potentials below three-body threshold. It is shown that the Galerkin method has a rather low rate of convergence to exact result of the eigenvalue problem under consideration.
KeywordsEigenvalue Problem Galerkin Method Helium Atom Identical Particle Hyperspherical Harmonic
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