Densities of states , moments , and maximally broken time-reversal symmetry

@inproceedings{Haydock2006DensitiesOS,
  title={Densities of states , moments , and maximally broken time-reversal symmetry},
  author={Roger Haydock and C. M. M. Nex},
  year={2006}
}
Power moments, modified moments, and optimized moments are powerful tools for solving microscopic models of macroscopic systems; however, the expansion of the density of states as a continued fraction does not converge to the macroscopic limit point-wise in energy with increasing numbers of moments. In this work the moment problem is further constrained by minimal lifetimes or maximal breaking of time-reversal symmetry, to yield approximate densities of states with pointwise macroscopic limits… CONTINUE READING

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