Challenges for Theory and Computation
AbstractThe routinely made assumptions for simulating solid materials are briefly summarized, since they need to be critically assessed when new aspects become important, such as excited states, finite temperature, time-dependence, etc. The significantly higher computer power combined with improved experimental data open new areas for interdisciplinary research, for which new ideas and concepts are needed. View Full-Text
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Schwarz, K. Challenges for Theory and Computation. Computation 2017, 5, 49.
Schwarz K. Challenges for Theory and Computation. Computation. 2017; 5(4):49.Chicago/Turabian Style
Schwarz, Karlheinz. 2017. "Challenges for Theory and Computation." Computation 5, no. 4: 49.
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