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Fast emulation of quantum three-body scattering

@inproceedings{Zhang2021FastEO,
  title={Fast emulation of quantum three-body scattering},
  author={Xilin Zhang and Richard J. Furnstahl},
  year={2021}
}
We develop a class of emulators for solving quantum three-body scattering problems. They are based on combining the variational method for scattering observables and the recently proposed eigenvector continuation concept. The emulators are first trained by the exact scattering solutions of the governing Hamiltonian at a small number of points in its parameter space, and then employed to make interpolations and extrapolations in that space. Through a schematic nuclear-physics model with finite… 
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