Another way to exploit the complementarity of Cl and CC approaches was explored earlier by Meissner et al. [10]. Instead of using Cl as a source of higher-than-pair clusters and correcting CCSD, it exploits the CC theory to correct the MR CISD results. In the spirit of an earlier work on Davidson-type corrections for SR CISD [10], Meissner et al. formulated a CCSD-based corrections for both SR [72] and MR [74] CISD. The latter was later extended to higher lying excited states [73]. [Pg.27]

Let us, finally, reiterate that, similarly as the MR CISD method can serve as an external source for correcting CCSD approaches, we can conversely use CCSD to formulate Davidson-type corrections for MR CISD, both for the lowest-lying [72,74] and the higher-lying states [73]. [Pg.28]

Table II. The SR, 2R, 4R and (2/2)R CISD ground state energies together with various Davidson-type corrections relative to the FCI energy (in mH) for the DZP H4 model with 0 < a < 0.5. The nonparallelism errors (NPE) are givenin the last two rows. See the text for details. [Pg.31]

Other than MRCI calculations with relatively few electrons (say six or fewer), methods that do not even try to achieve correct scaling are unlikely to prove satisfactory. Even a Davidson-type correction is preferable to nothing at all. CPF/MCPF and especially CCSD/QCISD should be strongly preferred over CISD. And unless an exactly size-consistent method is being used, fragment energies should be computed using a supermolecule approach. [Pg.400]

The other possibility is to focus on the MR CISD wave function and exploit the Tj(0) and r20) clusters it provides to account for the dynamic correlation due to disconnected triples and quadruples that are absent in the MR CISD wave function. This approach, recently proposed and tested by Meissner and Gra-bowski [42], may thus be characterized as a CC-ansatz-based Davidson-type correction to MR CISD. The duplication of contributions from higher-than-doubly excited configurations that arise in MR CISD as well as through the CC exponential ansatz is avoided by a suitable projection onto the orthogonal complement to the MR CISD N-electron space. The results are very encouraging, particularly in view of their affordability, though somewhat inferior to RMR CCSD. [Pg.18]

The results discussed in this subsection again show that CPF rectifies the main drawbacks of CI(SD) and yields a more reliable description of the electronic structure. The authors are not aware of systematic large-scale applications of Davidson-type corrections, CCSD or CP-MET, or perturbation treatments for the calculation of properties. [Pg.532]

Another aspect of ttie just mentioned complementarity is the ability with which the Cl and CC approaches account for the dynamic and nondynamic correlations. As alluded to above, the Cl approaches are very efficient in handling of the latter, already at a low-dimensional level, while the dynamic correlation requires the inclusion of a large number of highly-excited configurations, thus making unrealistic demands on the dimensionality of the Cl matrices one has to handle. For this very reason, even at the MR level, the Cl results are invariably corrected ex post by relying on various semi-empirical Davidson-type corrections. [Pg.12]

DABCO, see l,4-Diazabicyclo[2.2.2]octane Dative bond, 49, 262 Dauben-Turro-Salem analysis, 212-213 Norrish type I, 215-217 Norrish type II, 213-215 orbital interaction diagram, 213 Davidson correction, 240 Density, 22... [Pg.365]

The simplest schemes for correcting the behaviour of the Cl correlation energy with particle number are of a type first suggested by Langhoff and Davidson [19] and usually termed a Davidson correction. Fbr the CISD case we have... [Pg.339]

We now come to the most difficult (and prevalent I ) analytical situation where one has a mixture of unresolved components in the chromatogram, some of which are known u1d some of which are unknown. In this case, one wishes to (a) quantitate the knowns and (b) obtain the spectra and retention profiles of the unknowns for qualitative identification. We believe that "Rank Annihilation", developed by Davidson (30), is an excellent approach to performing this type of analysis. The technique can be described qualitatively as follows. The data is assumed to be represented by Equation 13. Thus, the rank of M is equal to the number of components, both knowns and unknowns. Now, suppose that we have for the kth cos nent, a calibration matrix Then, if we subtract the correct amount of from M, the... [Pg.186]

In Table I we compare the full Cl correlation energies with those obtained from single-reference type treatments which aim for size consistency, such as the Davidson corrected CI(SD) (and the CI(SD) itself, of course), the MBPT(2) and MBPT(4), ° the CCSD, the symmetry-adapted cluster methods S AC-A and SAC-B and the CPF methods. (We have not included MR-CI(SD)... [Pg.523]

The MORBID-type expansions were employed to represent the following ab initio dipole and transition dipole surfaces MR-CI DMS and TDMS of a A and b B of the CH2 radical obtained using the Davidson corrections and cc-pVQZ basis set (plus absorption intensities at T = 300 K) [11] and MRCI DMS and TDMS of A and X of NH2 (plus vibrational transition dipole moments) [17],... [Pg.187]

Figure 2.6 (sl) Type D copolymer A Liquid pyrolysate B aerosol at 430 °C, corrected for MMA carbonyl, (b) Type D copolymer, liquid pyrolysate. Reprinted with permission from R.G. Davidson, Journal of Applied Polymer Science, 1987, 34, 4, 1631. 1987, John Wiley [10])... [Pg.73]

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