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Z m K+ x . I*a(rnK. gm +K I mK (209) lbl P is the norm of the wavefunction. In each CI iteration the residual has to be transformed into the orthogonal configuration basis according to Eqs (159) and (160). This requires linearly combining the vectors gm" and the matrices G'JP. An update of the CI vector in the orthogonal basis can then be obtained as A c ~= - f 1 J ( Y 1 / H- E I Y , ) (21 1) (/(YglH (212) Ac," = - - EIY;) AC,q,= - T;rPbb/(Yod,IH-EIY~b) (2 13) In order to calculate the next residual vector the cs and C p are transformed back into the non-orthogonal basis according to Eqs (151) and (152).
P ( i j p , k l q ) + ly(ijp, klq) (197) which are contractions of integrals and coupling coefficients. These operators are evaluated as intermediate quantities but not stored. Finally, we define 'external exchange operators' K(DiJP),,= C DtiP(ra)bc) ab (198) These operators are the only quantities which depend on integrals with three and four external indices. It is possible to calculate them directly from the integrals in the A 0 basis by the following steps: c = XCXt (m)p = CCPU(PPl4 (200) (201) PO K(C) = X%(C)X (202) where X is the matrix of molecular-orbital coefficients (Eq.
Start with orbitals of smaller MCSCF. 0278826738 hartree. 'Minimization of E'2)(T,c) as described in text. Numbers in parentheses are numbers ofCl updates performed in each iteration. Canonical S C F orbitals were used as starting guess. u. in second and third iterations. 0278827366 hartree. Results from Ref. 56. u. in second and third iterations. 0278827310 hartree. Results from Ref. 56. 0000000969 (6) Iter. O001465216(14) - "For details, see Ref. 56; number of CI updates per iteration in parentheses.