The volume presents, for the very first time, an exhaustive collection of those modern theoretical methods specifically tailored for the analysis of Strongly Correlated Systems. Many novel materials, with functional properties emerging from macroscopic quantum behaviors at the frontier of modern research in physics, chemistry and materials science, belong to this class of systems. Any technique is presented in great detail by its own inventor or by one of the world-wide recognized main contributors. The exposition has a clear pedagogical cut and fully reports on the most relevant case study where the specific technique showed to be very successful in describing and enlightening the puzzling physics of a particular strongly correlated system. The book is intended for advanced graduate students and post-docs in the field as textbook and/or main reference, but also for other researchers in the field who appreciates consulting a single, but comprehensive, source or wishes to get acquainted, in a as painless as possible way, with the working details of a specific technique.

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Springer Series in Solid-State Sciences. Strongly Correlated Systems. This book covers a tremendous amount of material regarding the analysis of strongly correlated systems. It is concerned primarily with theoretical methods for describing transport properties in novel materials emerging from macroscopic quantum behaviors.

The term strong correlation refers to behavior of electrons in solids that is not . Theory of Heavy-Fermion Compounds - Theory of Strongly Correlated Fermi-Systems.

The term strong correlation refers to behavior of electrons in solids that is not well-described (often not even in a qualitatively correct manner) by simple one-electron theories such as the local-density approximation (LDA) of density-functional theory or Hartree–Fock theory. For instance, the seemingly simple material NiO has a partially filled 3d-band (the Ni atom has 8 of 10 possible 3d-electrons) and therefore would be expected to be a good conductor. ISBN 978-3-319-10825-4.

Strongly Correlated Systems. The volume presents, for the very first time, an exhaustive collection of those modern theoretical methods specifically tailored for the analysis of Strongly Correlated Systems. تاب 171. Adolfo Avella Ferdinando Mancini1 نومبر، 2011. Springer Science & Business Media. Any technique is presented in great detail by its own inventor or by one of the world-wide recognized main contributors.

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Strongly Correlated Systems Theoretical Methods With 147 Figures.

Author: Adolfo Avella Ferdinando Mancini. Strongly Correlated Systems Theoretical Methods With 147 Figures. Caianiello Via Ponte don Melillo, 84084 Fisciano (SA), Italy E-mail:,.

Many correlated materials display a quantum critical point between a paramagnetic and a SDW state. Exact Ground State of Strongly Correlated Electron Systems from Symmetry-Entangled Wave-Functions.

Università degli Studi di Salerno. Many correlated materials display a quantum critical point between a paramagnetic and a SDW state. The SDW wave vector connects points (hot spots) on opposite sides of the Fermi surface. The Fermi velocities at these pairs of points are in general not parallel.

103 Adolfo Avella and Ferdinando Mancini . Strong Correlations and Composite Operators 386 1. Instabilities in Two-Dimensional Lattice Systems. 1 Two-Dimensional Hubbard Model Near Half. Strong Correlations and Composite Operators. 103 . The Composite Operator Method (COM). 386 1.

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Автор: Adolfo Avella; Ferdinando Mancini Название: Strongly Correlated Systems Издательство: Springer .

Описание: Focusing on the purely theoretical aspects of strongly correlated electrons, this volume brings together a variety of approaches to models of the Hubbard type - . problems where both localized and delocalized elements are present in low dimensions.