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UID:https://www.mpsd.mpg.de/events/9067/322893
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CREATED:20170215T154456Z
DESCRIPTION: Density functional theory in finite basis sets tends to degene
rate to one-body reduced (1RDM) functional theory. As all calculations are
done in finite basis sets\, a rigorous foundation of 1RDM functional theory
is desirable. To avoid uniqueness problems in the potential to 1RDM mappin
g\, I will discuss the foundations of 1RDM functional theory in finite basi
s sets at finite temperatures\, both for fermions and bosons. The fermionic
case turns out to be relatively straightforward\, but the bosonic case req
uires more care. The main result is that we can rigorously proof v-represen
tability and functional differentiability in this setting.
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LOCATION:CFEL (Bldg. 99)\, Raum: Seminar Room IV\, O1.111
ORGANIZER:Angel Rubio
SUMMARY:MPSD Seminar: Klaas Giesbertz - One-body reduced density matrix to
potential mapping in finite basis sets at elevated temperatures One-body re
duced density matrix to potential mapping in finite basis sets at elevated
temperatures
URL:https://www.mpsd.mpg.de/events/9067/322893
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