New Approaches for Bound and Scattering States
Since its inception, the field of few-nucleon physics has been driven by the desire to obtain accurate solutions of the Schrödinger equation for physically interesting problems. These problems include the bound and scattering states of Hamiltonians which contain “realistic” potentials. This quest has been considered so important and so difficult that a major component of our field has devoted itself as much to methods of solution as to the physics inherent in the problems. Lack of convergence of different methods in the past had many different causes, but the result was an inability to extract that physics.
KeywordsSchrodinger Equation Realistic Potential Pauli Principle Faddeev Equation Tensor Force
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