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Title: (in Japanese) "Kimball Shortley ho-u no komiti" (2008)
Publisher: Society of Toukyo Book Publication ( Tokyo Tosho Shuppankai)
Price: about 16 US$
The author has been interested in one method for solving Screodinger eigenvalue equation from his student time.
After 30 years from graduation, he has obtained a time to investigate much more.
This is the representation of the various findings that the author has found.
Usually, numerical methods assume a lattice. Then how many lattice points is most efficient and time saved?
The method is iteration of approximation, so how many number of iteration is good?
The original paper of the Kimball and Shortley introduces only the case of one-dimensional study.
Can we extend the their method to two-dimensional study, or three-dimensionbal study?
The author has answered these quastions using and depending a notion of "local energy."
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