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qcl:simulation_output [2018/07/10 09:59]
thomas.grange [2D plots]
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 For each basis set, the folder contains: For each basis set, the folder contains:
- +  ​* the probability density ​$\vert \Psi_i(z) \vert^2$ ​for the each state $\Psi_i$. Each level is shifted accordingly to its energy 
-  ​* the probability density for the wavefunctions ​(see above in the initial electronic modes)+  * the wavefunction $\Psi_i(z)$ in the file ''​Wavefunctions.dat''​ 
-  * ''​DensityMatrix_Real.mat''​ displays the real part of the density matrix. The labelling is made accordingly to the one of the wavefunctions $\Psi_i(z)$,​ so that the matrix element (i,j) corresponds to the real part of $\langle \Psi_i \vert \rho \vert \Psi_j \rangle$, where $\rho$ is the density matrix. ​The diagonal ​elements ​(i,i) corresponds ​to the populations ​of the level $\Psi_i$. ​+  * the population (i.e. the probability of occupation) in each level $\Psi_i$ 
 +  * ''​DensityMatrix_Real.mat''​ displays the real part of the density matrix. The labelling is made accordingly to the one of the wavefunctions $\Psi_i(z)$,​ so that the matrix element (i,j) corresponds to the real part of $\langle \Psi_i \vert \rho \vert \Psi_j \rangle$, where $\rho$ is the density matrix. ​Note that the diagonal ​element ​(i,i) is equal to the population ​of the level $\Psi_i$. ​
   * ''​DensityMatrix_Real.mat''​ displays the imaginary part of the density matrix.   * ''​DensityMatrix_Real.mat''​ displays the imaginary part of the density matrix.
   * ''​SpectralFunctions.dat''​ shows the diagonal part of the spectral function, i.e. the energy-resolved density of states (DOS).   * ''​SpectralFunctions.dat''​ shows the diagonal part of the spectral function, i.e. the energy-resolved density of states (DOS).
qcl/simulation_output.1531216772.txt.gz · Last modified: 2018/07/10 09:59 by thomas.grange