MCTDH: To Be Done

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This part of the documentation is intended to describe those options of the MCTDH program that should but do not work due to the laziness of the programmers. In particular, all known bugs that have not been fixed so far should be reported here.

To be done


Where do we want to go tomorrow? Here some ideas of how the MCTDH method may be developed further are given.

Problems of very large dimensions (f = 30 ... 200) may become feasible via extreme combinations yielding only 4 to 8 particles. The resulting high dimensional single-particle functions may be propagated by an MCTDH-like scheme. In principle this procedure can be iterated yielding a cascade of MCTDH calculations. See H.-D. Meyer and G. A. Worth, Theor. Chem. Acc. 109 (2003), 251, and H. Wang and M. Thoss, J.Chem.Phys. 119 (2003), 1289.