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37/2011

QTT Representation of the Hartree and Exchange Operators in Electronic Structure Calculations

Venera Khoromskaia, Boris N. Khoromskij and Reinhold Schneider

Abstract

In this paper, the tensor-structured numerical evaluation of the Coulomb and exchange operators in the Hartree-Fock equation is supplemented by the usage of recent quantics-TT (QTT) formats.

It leads to $O(\log n)$ complexity at computationally extensive stages in the rank-structured calculation of the respective 3D and 6D integral operators including the Newton convolving kernel, and discretized on the $n\times n\times n$ Cartesian grid. The numerical examples for some volumetric organic molecules show that the QTT ranks of the Coulomb and exchange operators are nearly independent on the one-dimension grid size $n$. Thus, paradoxically, the complexity of the grid-based evaluation of the 3D integral operators becomes almost independent on the grid size, being regulated only by the structure of a molecular system. Hence, the grid-based approximation of the Hartree-Fock equation allows to gain a guaranteed accuracy. In numerical illustrations we present the QTT approximation of the Hartree and exchange operators for some moderate size molecules.

Received:
22.06.2011
Published:
23.06.2011
MSC Codes:
65F30, 65N35, 65F50, 65F10
Keywords:
tensor-structured methods, QTT format, Hartree-Fock equation, Electronic structure calculations, Coloumb and exchange matrices

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2011 Journal Open Access
Venera Khoromskaia, Boris N. Khoromskij and Reinhold Schneider

QTT representation of the Hartree and exchange operators in electronic structure calculations

In: Computational methods in applied mathematics, 11 (2011) 3, pp. 327-341