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By David A. Mazziotti

An updated account of this state-of-the-art study in a constant and comprehensible framework, of unique curiosity to specialists in different parts of digital constitution and/or quantum many-body conception. it is going to serve both good as a self-contained advisor to studying approximately diminished density matrices both via self-study or in a lecture room in addition to a useful source for knowing the severe developments within the box.

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He proudly told me that he was probably unique in Germany, lecturing on the ‘‘Jewish’’ relativity theories of Einstein during the courses he offered to engineers inside the factory! III. SUMMER 1951 In the summer of 1951 it was my privilege to belong to the Research Institute of the Canadian Mathematical Congress, which later became the Canadian Mathematical Society. The Institute had been created by R. L. Jeffery to encourage young mathematicians to take time for research. I was working on Lie groups and algebras.

Therefore variationally minimizing ^ À Eg^I Þ operator, consistent with Eq. (70), as a the ground-state energy of a ðH function of the 2-positive 2-RDM cannot produce an energy less than zero. For this class of Hamiltonians, we conclude, the 2-positivity conditions on the 2RDM are sufficient to compute the exact ground-state N-particle energy on the two-particle space. The G-reduced Hamiltonians are necessary and sufficient for at least three important classes of Hamiltonians: (i) all one-particle Hamiltonians, (ii) bosons or fermions with harmonic interactions [24], and (iii) all Hamiltonians with variational two-electron reduced-density-matrix theory 37 antisymmetrized geminal power (AGP) ground states.

52), keeping the 1-RDM positive semidefinite is equivalent to applying the N-representability constraints in Eq. (50) for the class of extreme positive semidefinite 1 B, which may be parameterized by 1 i Bj ¼ ci cÃj ð56Þ Each extreme 1 B matrix is a projector onto an orbital defined by the set of expansion coefficients fci g. This class of Hamiltonians, however, is not complete, as may be seen by shifting an arbitrary Hamiltonian 1 K by its N-particle variational two-electron reduced-density-matrix theory 33 ground-state energy EN and then expanding the resulting matrix 1 C in terms of its eigenvalues fEi g and eigenvectors fci g: X 1 C ¼ 1 K À EN 1 I ¼ Ei ci cÃi ð57Þ i Because EN is the N-particle energy and not the lowest eigenvalue of 1 K, some of the eigenvalues of 1 C will be negative, and this portion of the reduced Hamiltonian cannot be represented by the positive semidefinite Hamiltonians in Eq.

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