@article{ba74cb3074c411dbbee902004c4f4f50,

title = "Natural Orbitals from Generalized Sturmian Calculations",

abstract = "The generalized Sturmian method is a direct configuration interaction methodfor solving the Schr\{"}odinger equation of a many-electron system. The configurations in the basis setare solutions to an approximate Schr\{"}odinger equationwith a weighted potential $\beta_\nu V_0({\bf x})$, the weighting factors $\beta_\nu$being chosen in such a way as to make the set of solutions isoenergetic. The method is illustrated by calculation of atomic excited states and used to generatenatural orbitals",

keywords = "Faculty of Science, atomspektre, Sturm-baser, den generalisede Sturm-metode, naturlige orbitaler, elektront{\ae}thed, kvantekemi, atomic spectra, Sturmian bases, generalized Sturmian method, natural orbitals, electron density, quantum chemistry",

author = "Avery, {John Scales} and Avery, {James Emil}",

year = "2003",

language = "English",

volume = "43",

pages = "207--216",

journal = "Advances in Quantum Chemistry",

issn = "0065-3276",

publisher = "Academic Press",

}