Quantum corrections to the classical path equations: Multitrajectory and Hermite corrections

Billing, Gert D.
September 1997
Journal of Chemical Physics;9/15/1997, Vol. 107 Issue 11, p4286
Academic Journal
Derives the classical path theory from the first principles of quantum equations by assuming a product type wave function. Gaussian wave packet in the degrees of freedom for which the classical equations of motion is introduced; Ways of correcting the theory to obtain the exact solution with enough correction terms.


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