Exact and Approximate Methods of the Rigorous Coulomb Scattering Theory
Intensive experimental studies of (e,2e) and (e,3e) processes have caused a new wave of interest to the approximate methods of the rigorous many-body Coulomb scattering theory. The vast “market” of such methods was replenished recently by the convergent close-coupling method of Brayl, the hyperradial-adiabatic approach of Matveenko and Fukuda2, the parabolic — hyperspherical approach of Berakdar3, and many others.
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