## Nonequilibrium Green's Functions Approach to Inhomogeneous SystemsThis book offers a self-contained introduction to non-equilibrium quantum particle dynamics for inhomogeneous systems, including a survey of recent breakthroughs pioneered by the authors and others. The approach is based on real-time Green’s functions. |

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### Contents

Theory | 12 |

Computational Methods | 39 |

Applications for Inhomogeneous Systems | 72 |

Second Quantization | 108 |

Perturbation Expansion Supplements | 115 |

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Nonequilibrium Green's Functions Approach to Inhomogeneous Systems Karsten Balzer,Michael Bonitz No preview available - 2012 |

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ˆH(t 1pNEGF 1pRDM 1pSE 2B approximation ansatz applied Approach to Inhomogeneous atoms and molecules Balzer Bohr radius Bonitz bosons collision integrals computational conserving correlation effects correlation functions Coulomb denotes density functional theory density matrix derivative diagonal double excitations dynamics Dyson equation electron equations of motion equilibrium exact excitation energies FE-DVR basis fermions finite Fock space full two-time Green’s Functions Approach ground-state Hamiltonian Hartree-Fock Heisenberg picture helium indicates Inhomogeneous Systems initial interaction ionization Kadanoff-Baym ansatz Kadanoff-Baym equations KBEs laser many-body approximation matrix elements Matsubara Green’s function modp molecular NEGF calculations nonequilibrium Green’s function Notes in Physics obtained operator orbitals panel particle number perturbation Phys plasmas potential processes quantum dots quantum many-body systems representation result Schrödinger Schrödinger equation second Born second quantization Sect self-consistent self-energy single-particle Slater determinants solution spatial spin symmetry TDSE tion transition two-time propagation wave function