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Main part «ansatz»

General information

Main part «ansatz» is at the very heart of the solution of the partial differential equations: using the available information on the target system and the reference system it implements a finite difference scheme on largely [17, 19] arbitrary grids. It is this main part where all the physical approximations are combined to jointly define a computational model of HRT for the system at hand.

For a detailed discussion of this main part, see [17, 19].


The following versions are provided:

Version 20010313-ar (file iso.arfg/.ansatz.arfg/20010313-ar)
RPA closure (no core condition), partial differential equation; cf. [17, 18, 19]
Version 20010420-ar (file iso.arfg/.ansatz.arfg/20010420-ar)
LOGA/ORPA-like closure, decoupling assumption in core condition, partial differential equation; cf. [17, 18, 19]
Version 20010504-ar (file iso.arfg/.ansatz.arfg/20010504-ar)
LOGA/ORPA-like closure, consistent application of the decoupling assumption, consequently ordinary differential equations; cf. [17, 18, 19]
Version 20010720-ar (file iso.arfg/.ansatz.arfg/20010720-ar)
LOGA/ORPA-like closure, decoupling in core condition for intermediate densities, RPA condition at high density boundary, partial differential equation; cf. [17, 18, 19]
Version 20020824-ar (file iso.arfg/.ansatz.arfg/20020824-ar)
Like version 20010313-ar (RPA closure (no core condition), partial differential equation), but with a low density boundary at arbitrary non-vanishing density.

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