
Electron Density Functional Theory
Author:
Roi Baer
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Contents: INTRODUCTORY BACKGROUND TOPICS;MY FIRST DENSITY FUNCTIONAL: THOMASFERMI THEORY;MANYELECTRON WAVE FUNCTIONS; THE HARTREEFOCK THEORY; ADVANCED TOPICS IN HARTREEFOCK THEORY;THE HOHENBERG . . . . . 
The ABC of DFT
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Kieron Burke and friends
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A very good book about DFT. It should be particularly useful for users, who wish to understand the fundamental theory in a little more depth, in order to make intelligent decisions about which calcula . . . . . 
Lectures on the Density Functional Theory
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Andrei Postnikov
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Contents:ThomasFermi method; HartreeFock formalism; Total energy as functional of electron density; Practical implementation of DFT and HF calculation schemes; Response properties in ab initio schem . . . . . 
Lectures on the Density Functional Theory
Author:
Andrei Postnikov
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Contents: ThomasFermi method; HartreeFock formalism; Total energy as functional of electron density; Practical implementation of DFT and HF calculation schemes; Response properties in ab initio sche . . . . . 
Density functional approach to the manybody problem
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Robert van Leeuwen
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We give an overview of the fundamental concepts of density functional
theory. We give a careful discussion of the several density functionals and
their di®erentiability properties. We show that for . . . . . 
RealSpace Mesh Techniques in Density Functional Theory
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Thomas L. Beck
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This review discusses progress in efficient solvers which have as their foundation a representation in real space, either through finitedifference or finiteelement formulations. The relationship of . . . . . 
An Introduction to Microscopic Theories for Inhomogeneous Liquids: Getting Started with Density Functional Theory
Author:
Adam P. Hughes, Uwe Thiele, Andrew J. Archer
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Classical density functional theory (DFT) is a statistical mechanical theory for calculating the density profiles of the molecules in a liquid. It is widely used, for example. to calculate the density . . . . . 
Eft for DFT
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R.J. Furnstahl
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These lectures give an overview of the ongoing application of effective field theory (EFT) and renormalization group (RG) concepts and methods to density functional theory (DFT), with special emphasis . . . . . 
Phonons and related properties of extended systems from DFT
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S. Baroni, S. de Gironcoli, A. Dal Corso,
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This article reviews the current status of latticedynamical calculations in crystals, using densityfunctional perturbation theory, with emphasis on the planewave pseudopotential method. Several sp . . . . . 
Shellcorrection and orbitalfree densityfunctional methods for finite systems
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Constantine Yannouleas, Uzi Landman
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Orbitalfree (OF) methods promise significant speedup of computations based on density functional theory (DFT). In this field, the development of accurate kineticenergy density functionals remains a . . . . . 
Density Functionals for non relativistic Coulomb Systems
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J. Perdew and S. Kurth
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Contents: introduction; wavefunction theory; definitions of density functionals; formal properties of functionals; uniform electron gas; local and semilocal approximations. 
Wavelets for DensityFunctional Theory and PostDensityFunctionalTheory Calculations
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Bhaarathi Natarajan, Mark E. Casida, Luigi Genovese, Th
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We give a fairly comprehensive review of wavelets and of their application to densityfunctional theory (DFT) and to our recent application of a waveletbased version of linearresponse timedependent . . . . . 
Hubbardcorrected DFT energy functionals: the LDA U description of correlated systems
Author:
Burak Himmetoglu, Andrea Floris, S. de Gironcoli, M. Cococcioni
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The aim of this review article is to assess the descriptive capabilities of the Hubbardrooted LDA U method and to clarify the conditions under which it can be expected to be most predictive. The pape . . . . . 
A chemist's guide to density functional theory
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W. Koch and M.C. Holthausen
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A chemist's guide to density functional theory. 
Density Functional Theory
Author:
Paolo Giannozzi
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Contents: Density Functional Theory; Practical DFT calculations; Finding the electronic ground state; Moving atoms  complex materials; DFT and Molecular Dynamics; Electronic screening: basics. 
Density functional theories and selfenergy approaches
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R. W. Godby and P. GarcíaGonzález
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In this chapter, after a brief introduction to MBPT and Hedin’s GW
approximation, we will summarise some peculiar aspects of the Kohn–Sham
XC energy functional, showing that some of them can be i . . . . . 
Introduction to Density Functional Theory and ExchangeCorrelation Energy Functionals.
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R. O. Jones
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Introduction to Density Functional Theory and ExchangeCorrelation Energy Functionals. 
The Projector Augmentedwave Method
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Carsten Rostgaard
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The purpose of this text is to give a selfcontained description of the basic theory of the projector augmentedwave (PAW) method, as well as most of the details required to make the method work in pr . . . . . 
Densityfunctional tightbinding for beginners
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Pekka Koskinen, Ville Mäkinen
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This article is a pedagogical introduction to densityfunctional tightbinding (DFTB) method. We derive it from the densityfunctional theory, give the details behind the tightbinding formalism, and . . . . . 
Notes on the ab initio theory of molecules and solids: Density functional theory (DFT)
Author:
Tomás A. Arias
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Contents: Contents; Introduction;
The importance of the total energy;
The total energy within density; functional theory; KohnSham equations. 
Density Functional Theory  an introduction
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Nathan Argaman, Guy Makov
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An alternative introduction to DFT is presented here, drawing on ideas which are wellknown from thermodynamics, especially the idea of switching between different independent variables. 
A bird'seye view of densityfunctional theory
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Klaus Capelle
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This paper is an attempt to introduce densityfunctional theory (DFT) in a language accessible for students entering the field or researchers from other fields. It is not meant to be a scholarly revie . . . . . 