## Proceedings of the International School of Physics "Enrico Fermi.", Volume 69N. Zanichelli, 1977 - Nuclear physics |

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Let us consider the variational principle for the single - particle functions yn ( « , t )

and assume that we can parameterise them in terms of a few variables uj ( t ) , i .

e . ( 39 ) Ynla , t ) →yn ( u ( t ) , « ) . The set of

Let us consider the variational principle for the single - particle functions yn ( « , t )

and assume that we can parameterise them in terms of a few variables uj ( t ) , i .

e . ( 39 ) Ynla , t ) →yn ( u ( t ) , « ) . The set of

**parameters**u ; ( t ) are time ...Page 242

The matrix elements ( 15a ) vanish for Ug = U , ( e . g . , the decoupling

in K = } bands ) , while they are largest ... 0 matrix element is largest for the

diagonal matrix elements ( such as the ones appeared in decoupling

) .

The matrix elements ( 15a ) vanish for Ug = U , ( e . g . , the decoupling

**parameter**in K = } bands ) , while they are largest ... 0 matrix element is largest for the

diagonal matrix elements ( such as the ones appeared in decoupling

**parameters**) .

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Hence it is possible to make the linearization approximation that the di are

constants , solve for the new 2bme and spe , and then iterate this procedure until

a stable solution of Hamiltonian

as ...

Hence it is possible to make the linearization approximation that the di are

constants , solve for the new 2bme and spe , and then iterate this procedure until

a stable solution of Hamiltonian

**parameters**is obtained . Thus after obtaining Has ...

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