Kohn-Sham calculations with the exact functional

@article{Wagner2014KohnShamCW,
  title={Kohn-Sham calculations with the exact functional},
  author={Lucas Wagner and Thomas E. Baker and Edwin Miles Stoudenmire and Kieron Burke and Steven R. White},
  journal={Physical Review B},
  year={2014},
  volume={90},
  pages={045109}
}
odinger equation many times. The density matrix renormalization group method makes this possible for one-dimensional, real-space systems of more than two interacting electrons. We illustrate and explore the convergence properties of the exact KS scheme for both weakly and strongly correlated systems. We also explore the spin-dependent generalization and densities for which the functional is ill defined. 
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