Duality of Ring and Ladder Diagrams and Its Importance for Many-Electron Perturbation Theories.

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Summary of "Duality of Ring and Ladder Diagrams and Its Importance for Many-Electron Perturbation Theories."

We present a diagrammatic decomposition of the transition pair correlation function for the uniform electron gas. We demonstrate explicitly that ring and ladder diagrams are dual counterparts that capture significant long- and short-ranged interelectronic correlation effects, respectively. Our findings help to guide the further development of approximate many-electron theories and reveal that the contribution of the ladder diagrams to the electronic correlation energy can be approximated in an effective manner using second-order perturbation theory. We employ the latter approximation to reduce the computational cost of coupled cluster theory calculations for insulators and semiconductors by 2 orders of magnitude without compromising accuracy.


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Name: Physical review letters
ISSN: 1079-7114
Pages: 156401


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