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Density-Functional Theory for Time-Dependent Systems
The response of an interacting many-particle system to a time-dependent external field can usually be treated within linear response theory. Due to rapid experimental progress in the field of laser… Expand
Density Functional Theory: An Approach to the Quantum Many-Body Problem
Density functional theory is a rapidly developing branch of many-particle physics that has found applications in atomic, molecular, solid state and nuclear physics. This text describes the conceptual… Expand
Time-dependent density functional theory.
An overview of TDDFT from its theoretical foundations to several applications both in the linear and in the nonlinear regime is given. Expand
Octopus: a tool for the application of time-dependent density functional theory
We report on the background, current status, and current lines of development of the octopus project. This program materializes the main equations of density-functional theory in the ground state,… Expand
DENSITY FUNCTIONAL THEORY OF TIME-DEPENDENT PHENOMENA
A density-functional formalism comparable to the theory of Hohenberg, Kohn and Sham is developed for electronic systems subject to time-dependent external fields. The formalism leads to a set of… Expand
Fundamentals of time-dependent density functional theory
Part I Theory and Experiment - Why We Need TDDFT.- Part II Basic Theory.- PartIII Advanced Concepts.- Part IV Real-Time Dynamics.- Part V Numerical Aspects.- Part VI TDDFT vs Other Theoretical… Expand
Time-dependent density functional theory: past, present, and future.
This article discusses how TDDFT is much broader in scope, and yields predictions for many more properties, and discusses some of the challenges involved in making accurate predictions for these properties. Expand
Correlated electron-nuclear dynamics: exact factorization of the molecular wavefunction.
A one-dimensional model of the H(2)(+) molecule in a laser field shows the usefulness of the exact TDPES in interpreting coupled electron-nuclear dynamics: it is shown how features of its structure indicate the mechanism of dissociation. Expand