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* fixed laplacian of aos

* corrected the laplacians of aos

* added dft_one_e

* added new feature for new dft functionals

* changed the configure to add new functionals

* changed the configure

* added dft_one_e/README.rst

* added README.rst in new_functionals

* added source/programmers_guide/new_ks.rst

* Thesis Yann

* Added gmp installation in configure

* improved qp_e_conv_fci

* Doc

* Typos

* Added variance_max

* Fixed completion in qp_create

* modif TODO

* fixed DFT potential for n_states gt 1

* improved pot pbe

* trying to improve sr PBE

* fixed potential pbe

* fixed the vxc smashed for pbe sr and normal

* Comments in selection

* bug fixed by peter

* Fixed bug with zero beta electrons

* Update README.rst

* Update e_xc_new_func.irp.f

* Update links.rst

* Update quickstart.rst

* Update quickstart.rst

* updated cipsi

* Fixed energies of non-expected s2 (#9)

* Moved diag_algorithm in Davdison
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@ -8,7 +8,7 @@ repository <https://github.com/LCPQ/quantum_package>`_.
.. code:: bash
git clone https://github.com/LCPQ/quantum_package
git clone https://github.com/QuantumPackage/qp2
Before anything, go into your :file:`quantum_package` directory and run
@ -43,6 +43,7 @@ Requirements
- `Zlib`_
- `GNU Patch`_
- |ZeroMQ| : networking library
- `GMP <https://gmplib.org/>`_ : Gnu Multiple Precision Arithmetic Library
- |OCaml| compiler with |OPAM| package manager
- |Ninja| : a parallel build system
@ -84,6 +85,7 @@ The following packages are supported by the :command:`configure` installer:
* irpf90
* zeromq
* f77zmq
* gmp
* ocaml ( :math:`\approx` 10 minutes)
* ezfio
* docopt
@ -110,11 +112,11 @@ If the :command:`configure` executable fails to install a specific dependency
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
If the :command:`configure` executable does not succeed to install a specific dependency,
there are some proposition of how to download and install the minimal dependencies to compile and use the |QP|
there are some proposition of how to download and install the minimal dependencies to compile and use the |QP|.
Before doing anything below, try to install the packages with your package manager
(:command:`apt`, :command:`yum`, etc)
(:command:`apt`, :command:`yum`, etc).
Ninja
@ -216,6 +218,29 @@ With Debian or Ubuntu, you can use
sudo apt install zlib1g-dev
GMP
---
GMP is the GNU Multiple Precision Arithmetic Library.
* Download the latest version of gmp here:
`<ftp://ftp.gnu.org/gnu/gmp/gmp-6.1.2.tar.bz2>`_
and move it in the :file:`${QP_ROOT}/external` directory
* Extract the archive, go into the :file:`gmp-*` directory and run
the following commands
.. code:: bash
./configure --prefix=${QP_ROOT}
make
make install
With Debian or Ubuntu, you can use
.. code:: bash
sudo apt install libgmp-dev
OCaml

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@ -57,4 +57,13 @@ Doc: plugins et qp_plugins
Ajouter les symetries dans devel
Compiler ezfio avec openmp
# Parallelize i_H_psi
IMPORTANT:
Davidson Diagonalization
------------------------
Not enough memory: aborting in davidson_diag_hjj_sjj

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@ -1,19 +1,96 @@
#!/bin/bash
file=$1
# Check the QP_ROOT directory
if [[ -z ${QP_ROOT} ]] ; then
>&2 echo "please source quantum_package.rc"
exit 1
fi
source ${QP_ROOT}/quantum_package.rc
qp_run print_e_conv $1
nstates=`cat ${1}/determinants/n_states`
TEMP=$(getopt -o h -l ,help -n $0 -- "$@") || exit 1 # get the input / options
eval set -- "$TEMP"
function help(){
cat <<EOF
Check the convergence of a CIPSI calculation
Usage:
$(basename $0) EZFIO
Output:
For each ELECTRONIC STATE \$i, produces plain text files
* for the convergence of the TOTAL variational and E+PT2 energies
files EZFIO.\$i.conv
* gnuplot file to generate pdf image of the converge
files EZFIO.\$i.conv.plt
* if gnuplot is available, creates the pdf image
files EZFIO.\$i.conv.pdf
For each EXCITED STATE \$i, produces plain text files
* for the convergence of the ENERGY DIFFERENCE with the ground state
files EZFIO.\$i.delta_e.conv
* gnuplot file to generate pdf image of the converge
files EZFIO.\$i.delta_e.conv.plt
* if gnuplot is available, creates the pdf image
files EZFIO.\$i.delta_e.conv.pdf
Note:
If you're in qpsh mode and that a EZFIO is set, this will be taken as the EZFIO file
Options:
-h, --help Print the HELP message
Example: ground state calculation on the EZFIO h2o.ezfio
$(basename $0) h2o.ezfio
produces h2o.ezfio.1.conv, h2o.ezfio.1.conv.plt and h2o.ezfio.1.conv.pdf if gnuplot is available
EOF
exit
}
while true ; do
case "$1" in
-h|-help|--help)
help
exit 0;;
--) shift ; break ;;
"") help ; break ;;
esac
done
ezfio=${1%/} # take off the / at the end
if [[ ! -z ${EZFIO_FILE} ]] ; then
file=${EZFIO_FILE}
else
file=$ezfio
fi
if [[ -z ${file} ]] ; then
>&2 echo "You did not specify any EZFIO directory. "
exit 1
fi
gnuplot_ok=`hash gnuplot`
qp_run print_e_conv $file
nstates=`cat ${file}/determinants/n_states`
echo $nstates
for i in $(seq 1 $nstates) ; do
out=${1}.${i}.conv
out=${file}.${i}.conv
cat << EOF > ${out}.plt
set term pdf
set output "$out.pdf"
@ -25,13 +102,14 @@ plot "$out" w lp title "E_{var} state $i", "$out" u 1:3 w lp title "E_{var} + PT
EOF
gnuplot ${out}.plt
#rm ${out}.plt
if [[ -z ${gnuplot_ok} ]] ; then
gnuplot ${out}.plt
fi
done
for i in $(seq 2 $nstates) ; do
out=${1}.${i}.delta_e.conv
out=${file}.${i}.delta_e.conv
cat << EOF > ${out}.plt
set term pdf
set output "$out.pdf"
@ -42,6 +120,7 @@ set ylabel "Energy difference (a.u.)"
plot "$out" w lp title "Delta E_{var} state $i", "$out" u 1:3 w lp title "Delta E_{var} + PT2 state $i"
EOF
if [[ -z ${gnuplot_ok} ]] ; then
gnuplot ${out}.plt
# rm ${out}.plt
fi
done

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@ -0,0 +1,67 @@
# Common flags
##############
#
# -mkl=[parallel|sequential] : Use the MKL library
# --ninja : Allow the utilisation of ninja. It is mandatory !
# --align=32 : Align all provided arrays on a 32-byte boundary
#
[COMMON]
FC : ftn -dynamic -fpic
LAPACK_LIB :
IRPF90 : irpf90
IRPF90_FLAGS : --ninja --align=32 -DMPI
# For KNL, use:
#IRPF90_FLAGS : --ninja --align=64 -DMPI
# Global options
################
#
# 1 : Activate
# 0 : Deactivate
#
[OPTION]
MODE : OPT ; [ OPT | PROFILE | DEBUG ] : Chooses the section below
CACHE : 0 ; Enable cache_compile.py
OPENMP : 1 ; Append OpenMP flags
# Optimization flags
####################
#
# -xHost : Compile a binary optimized for the current architecture
# -O2 : O3 not better than O2.
# -ip : Inter-procedural optimizations
# -ftz : Flushes denormal results to zero
#
[OPT]
FCFLAGS : -xCORE-AVX2 -O2 -ip -ftz -g -traceback -qopt-prefetch=5 -qopt-prefetch-issue-excl-hint -unroll-aggressive
#
#For KNL, use:
#FCFLAGS : -xMIC-AVX512 -O2 -ip -ftz -g -traceback -qopt-prefetch=5 -qopt-prefetch-issue-excl-hint -unroll-aggressive
#
# Profiling flags
#################
#
[PROFILE]
FC : -p -g
FCFLAGS : -xSSE4.2 -O2 -ip -ftz -qopt-prefetch
# Debugging flags
#################
#
# -traceback : Activate backtrace on runtime
# -fpe0 : All floating point exaceptions
# -C : Checks uninitialized variables, array subscripts, etc...
# -g : Extra debugging information
# -xSSE2 : Valgrind needs a very simple x86 executable
#
[DEBUG]
FC : -g -traceback
FCFLAGS : -xCORE-AVX2 -C -fpe0 -traceback
# OpenMP flags
#################
#
[OPENMP]
FC : -qopenmp
IRPF90_FLAGS : --openmp

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@ -9,6 +9,12 @@ eval set -- "$TEMP"
export QP_ROOT="$( cd "$(dirname "$0")" ; pwd -P )"
echo "QP_ROOT="$QP_ROOT
# Check if the module to create new DFT functionals exists or not
if [[ ! -d ${QP_ROOT}/src/new_functionals ]] ; then
cp -r ${QP_ROOT}/scripts/functionals/do_not_touch_func ${QP_ROOT}/src/new_functionals
fi
function help()
{
@ -175,7 +181,7 @@ if [[ "${PACKAGES}.x" != ".x" ]] ; then
fi
if [[ ${PACKAGES} = all ]] ; then
PACKAGES="zlib ninja irpf90 zeromq f77zmq ocaml ezfio docopt resultsFile bats"
PACKAGES="zlib ninja irpf90 zeromq f77zmq gmp ocaml ezfio docopt resultsFile bats"
fi
@ -192,6 +198,21 @@ for PACKAGE in ${PACKAGES} ; do
EOF
elif [[ ${PACKAGE} = gmp ]] ; then
download \
"ftp://ftp.gnu.org/gnu/gmp/gmp-6.1.2.tar.bz2" \
"${QP_ROOT}"/external/gmp.tar.bz2
execute << EOF
cd "\${QP_ROOT}"/external
tar --bzip2 --extract --file gmp.tar.bz2
rm gmp.tar.bz2
cd gmp*
./configure --prefix=$QP_ROOT && make -j 8
make install
EOF
elif [[ ${PACKAGE} = irpf90 ]] ; then
# When changing version of irpf90, don't forget to update etc/irpf90.rc
@ -380,6 +401,12 @@ if [[ ${F77ZMQ} = $(not_found) ]] ; then
fail
fi
GMP=$(find_lib -lgmp)
if [[ ${ZLIB} = $(not_found) ]] ; then
error "GMP (gmp) is not installed."
fail
fi
OPAM=$(find_exe opam)
if [[ ${OPAM} = $(not_found) ]] ; then
error "OPAM (ocaml) package manager is not installed."
@ -443,7 +470,7 @@ else
echo "See ./configure --help for more details."
echo ""
fi
exit 0

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@ -4,7 +4,7 @@
* option provider :option:`name_of_module provider`
* subroutine :c:func:`my_subroutine`
* module :ref:`module`
* provider :c:data:`my_subroutine`
* provider :c:data:`my_provider`
* qp_command :ref:`qp_command`
* linux command :command:`qp_command`
* linux command with option :command:`qp_command -o`

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@ -38,6 +38,9 @@
.. |OPAM| replace:: `OPAM`_
.. |Python| replace:: `Python`_
.. |qp| replace:: *Quantum Package*
.. |QP| replace:: |qp|
.. |qpsh| replace:: *Quantum Package Shell*
.. |QPSH| replace:: |qpsh|
.. |resultsFile| replace:: `resultsFile`_
.. |SLURM| replace:: `SLURM`_
.. |ZeroMQ| replace:: `ZeroMQ`_
@ -76,6 +79,8 @@
.. |SCF| replace:: :abbr:`SCF (Self Consistent Field)`
.. |sCI| replace:: :abbr:`sCI (Selected-CI)`
.. |WFT| replace:: :abbr:`WFT (Wave Function Theory)`
.. |LDA| replace:: :abbr:`LDA (Local Density Approximation)`
.. |PBE| replace:: :abbr:`PBE (Perdew-Burke-Ernzerhof)`
.. |kalpha| replace:: :math:`|\alpha \rangle`
.. |H| replace:: :math:`\hat H`

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programmers_guide/programming
programmers_guide/ezfio
/programmers_guide/plugins
programmers_guide/plugins
programmers_guide/new_ks
programmers_guide/index
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.. _module_ao_two_e_erf_ints:
.. program:: ao_two_e_erf_ints
.. default-role:: option
======================
ao_two_e_erf_ints
======================
Here, all two-electron integrals (:math:`erf(\mu r_{12})/r_{12}`) are computed.
As they have 4 indices and many are zero, they are stored in a map, as defined
in :file:`utils/map_module.f90`.
The main parameter of this module is :option:`ao_two_e_erf_ints mu_erf` which is the range-separation parameter.
To fetch an |AO| integral, use the
`get_ao_two_e_integral_erf(i,j,k,l,ao_integrals_erf_map)` function.
The conventions are:
* For |AO| integrals : (ij|kl) = (11|22) = <ik|jl> = <12|12>
EZFIO parameters
----------------
.. option:: io_ao_two_e_integrals_erf
Read/Write |AO| integrals with the long range interaction from/to disk [ Write | Read | None ]
Default: None
.. option:: mu_erf
cutting of the interaction in the range separated model
Default: 0.5
Providers
---------
.. c:var:: ao_integrals_erf_cache
File : :file:`ao_two_e_erf_ints/map_integrals_erf.irp.f`
.. code:: fortran
double precision, allocatable :: ao_integrals_erf_cache (0:64*64*64*64)
Cache of |AO| integrals for fast access
Needs:
.. hlist::
:columns: 3
* :c:data:`ao_integrals_erf_cache_min`
* :c:data:`ao_integrals_erf_map`
* :c:data:`ao_two_e_integrals_erf_in_map`
.. c:var:: ao_integrals_erf_cache_max
File : :file:`ao_two_e_erf_ints/map_integrals_erf.irp.f`
.. code:: fortran
integer :: ao_integrals_erf_cache_min
integer :: ao_integrals_erf_cache_max
Min and max values of the AOs for which the integrals are in the cache
Needs:
.. hlist::
:columns: 3
* :c:data:`ao_num`
Needed by:
.. hlist::
:columns: 3
* :c:data:`ao_integrals_erf_cache`
.. c:var:: ao_integrals_erf_cache_min
File : :file:`ao_two_e_erf_ints/map_integrals_erf.irp.f`
.. code:: fortran
integer :: ao_integrals_erf_cache_min
integer :: ao_integrals_erf_cache_max
Min and max values of the AOs for which the integrals are in the cache
Needs:
.. hlist::
:columns: 3
* :c:data:`ao_num`
Needed by:
.. hlist::
:columns: 3
* :c:data:`ao_integrals_erf_cache`
.. c:var:: ao_integrals_erf_map
File : :file:`ao_two_e_erf_ints/map_integrals_erf.irp.f`
.. code:: fortran
type(map_type) :: ao_integrals_erf_map
|AO| integrals
Needs:
.. hlist::
:columns: 3
* :c:data:`ao_num`
Needed by:
.. hlist::
:columns: 3
* :c:data:`ao_integrals_erf_cache`
* :c:data:`ao_two_e_integrals_erf_in_map`
* :c:data:`mo_two_e_int_erf_jj_from_ao`
.. c:var:: ao_two_e_integral_erf_schwartz
File : :file:`ao_two_e_erf_ints/providers_ao_erf.irp.f`
.. code:: fortran
double precision, allocatable :: ao_two_e_integral_erf_schwartz (ao_num,ao_num)
Needed to compute Schwartz inequalities
Needs:
.. hlist::
:columns: 3
* :c:data:`ao_coef_normalized_ordered_transp`
* :c:data:`ao_expo_ordered_transp`
* :c:data:`ao_nucl`
* :c:data:`ao_num`
* :c:data:`ao_power`
* :c:data:`ao_prim_num`
* :c:data:`n_pt_max_integrals`
* :c:data:`nucl_coord`
Needed by:
.. hlist::
:columns: 3
* :c:data:`mo_two_e_int_erf_jj_from_ao`
.. c:var:: ao_two_e_integrals_erf_in_map
File : :file:`ao_two_e_erf_ints/providers_ao_erf.irp.f`
.. code:: fortran
logical :: ao_two_e_integrals_erf_in_map
Map of Atomic integrals
i(r1) j(r2) 1/r12 k(r1) l(r2)
Needs:
.. hlist::
:columns: 3
* :c:data:`ao_coef_normalized_ordered_transp`
* :c:data:`ao_expo_ordered_transp`
* :c:data:`ao_integrals_erf_map`
* :c:data:`ao_nucl`
* :c:data:`ao_num`
* :c:data:`ao_power`
* :c:data:`ao_prim_num`
* :c:data:`ezfio_filename`
* :c:data:`io_ao_two_e_integrals_erf`
* :c:data:`n_pt_max_integrals`
* :c:data:`nproc`
* :c:data:`nucl_coord`
* :c:data:`read_ao_two_e_integrals_erf`
* :c:data:`zmq_context`
* :c:data:`zmq_socket_pull_tcp_address`
* :c:data:`zmq_state`
Needed by:
.. hlist::
:columns: 3
* :c:data:`ao_integrals_erf_cache`
* :c:data:`mo_two_e_int_erf_jj_from_ao`
* :c:data:`mo_two_e_integrals_erf_in_map`
.. c:function:: general_primitive_integral_erf:
File : :file:`ao_two_e_erf_ints/two_e_integrals_erf.irp.f`
.. code:: fortran
double precision function general_primitive_integral_erf(dim, &
P_new,P_center,fact_p,p,p_inv,iorder_p, &
Q_new,Q_center,fact_q,q,q_inv,iorder_q)
Computes the integral <pq|rs> where p,q,r,s are Gaussian primitives
Needs:
.. hlist::
:columns: 3
* :c:data:`mu_erf`
Calls:
.. hlist::
:columns: 3
* :c:func:`add_poly_multiply`
* :c:func:`give_polynom_mult_center_x`
* :c:func:`multiply_poly`
Subroutines / functions
-----------------------
.. c:function:: ao_two_e_integral_erf:
File : :file:`ao_two_e_erf_ints/two_e_integrals_erf.irp.f`
.. code:: fortran
double precision function ao_two_e_integral_erf(i,j,k,l)
integral of the AO basis <ik|jl> or (ij|kl)
i(r1) j(r1) 1/r12 k(r2) l(r2)
Needs:
.. hlist::
:columns: 3
* :c:data:`n_pt_max_integrals`
* :c:data:`ao_coef_normalized_ordered_transp`
* :c:data:`ao_power`
* :c:data:`ao_expo_ordered_transp`
* :c:data:`ao_prim_num`
* :c:data:`ao_nucl`
* :c:data:`nucl_coord`
Calls:
.. hlist::
:columns: 3
* :c:func:`give_explicit_poly_and_gaussian`
.. c:function:: ao_two_e_integral_schwartz_accel_erf:
File : :file:`ao_two_e_erf_ints/two_e_integrals_erf.irp.f`
.. code:: fortran
double precision function ao_two_e_integral_schwartz_accel_erf(i,j,k,l)
integral of the AO basis <ik|jl> or (ij|kl)
i(r1) j(r1) 1/r12 k(r2) l(r2)
Needs:
.. hlist::
:columns: 3
* :c:data:`n_pt_max_integrals`
* :c:data:`ao_integrals_threshold`
* :c:data:`ao_coef_normalized_ordered_transp`
* :c:data:`ao_power`
* :c:data:`ao_expo_ordered_transp`
* :c:data:`ao_prim_num`
* :c:data:`ao_nucl`
* :c:data:`nucl_coord`
Calls:
.. hlist::
:columns: 3
* :c:func:`give_explicit_poly_and_gaussian`
.. c:function:: ao_two_e_integrals_erf_in_map_collector:
File : :file:`ao_two_e_erf_ints/integrals_erf_in_map_slave.irp.f`
.. code:: fortran
subroutine ao_two_e_integrals_erf_in_map_collector(zmq_socket_pull)
Collects results from the AO integral calculation
Needs:
.. hlist::
:columns: 3
* :c:data:`ao_integrals_erf_map`
* :c:data:`ao_num`
Called by:
.. hlist::
:columns: 3
* :c:data:`ao_two_e_integrals_erf_in_map`
Calls:
.. hlist::
:columns: 3
* :c:func:`end_zmq_to_qp_run_socket`
* :c:func:`insert_into_ao_integrals_erf_map`
.. c:function:: ao_two_e_integrals_erf_in_map_slave:
File : :file:`ao_two_e_erf_ints/integrals_erf_in_map_slave.irp.f`
.. code:: fortran
subroutine ao_two_e_integrals_erf_in_map_slave(thread,iproc)
Computes a buffer of integrals
Needs:
.. hlist::
:columns: 3
* :c:data:`ao_num`
Called by:
.. hlist::
:columns: 3
* :c:func:`ao_two_e_integrals_erf_in_map_slave_inproc`
* :c:func:`ao_two_e_integrals_erf_in_map_slave_tcp`
Calls:
.. hlist::
:columns: 3
* :c:func:`compute_ao_integrals_erf_jl`
* :c:func:`end_zmq_push_socket`
* :c:func:`end_zmq_to_qp_run_socket`
* :c:func:`push_integrals`
.. c:function:: ao_two_e_integrals_erf_in_map_slave_inproc:
File : :file:`ao_two_e_erf_ints/integrals_erf_in_map_slave.irp.f`
.. code:: fortran
subroutine ao_two_e_integrals_erf_in_map_slave_inproc(i)
Computes a buffer of integrals. i is the ID of the current thread.
Called by:
.. hlist::
:columns: 3
* :c:data:`ao_two_e_integrals_erf_in_map`
Calls:
.. hlist::
:columns: 3
* :c:func:`ao_two_e_integrals_erf_in_map_slave`
.. c:function:: ao_two_e_integrals_erf_in_map_slave_tcp:
File : :file:`ao_two_e_erf_ints/integrals_erf_in_map_slave.irp.f`
.. code:: fortran
subroutine ao_two_e_integrals_erf_in_map_slave_tcp(i)
Computes a buffer of integrals. i is the ID of the current thread.
Calls:
.. hlist::
:columns: 3
* :c:func:`ao_two_e_integrals_erf_in_map_slave`
.. c:function:: clear_ao_erf_map:
File : :file:`ao_two_e_erf_ints/map_integrals_erf.irp.f`
.. code:: fortran
subroutine clear_ao_erf_map
Frees the memory of the |AO| map
Needs:
.. hlist::
:columns: 3
* :c:data:`ao_integrals_erf_map`
Calls:
.. hlist::
:columns: 3
* :c:func:`map_deinit`
.. c:function:: compute_ao_integrals_erf_jl:
File : :file:`ao_two_e_erf_ints/two_e_integrals_erf.irp.f`
.. code:: fortran
subroutine compute_ao_integrals_erf_jl(j,l,n_integrals,buffer_i,buffer_value)
Parallel client for AO integrals
Needs:
.. hlist::
:columns: 3
* :c:data:`ao_overlap_abs`
* :c:data:`ao_num`
* :c:data:`ao_integrals_threshold`
* :c:data:`ao_two_e_integral_erf_schwartz`
Called by:
.. hlist::
:columns: 3
* :c:func:`ao_two_e_integrals_erf_in_map_slave`
Calls:
.. hlist::
:columns: 3
* :c:func:`two_e_integrals_index`
.. c:function:: compute_ao_two_e_integrals_erf:
File : :file:`ao_two_e_erf_ints/two_e_integrals_erf.irp.f`
.. code:: fortran
subroutine compute_ao_two_e_integrals_erf(j,k,l,sze,buffer_value)
Compute AO 1/r12 integrals for all i and fixed j,k,l
Needs:
.. hlist::
:columns: 3
* :c:data:`ao_overlap_abs`
* :c:data:`ao_num`
* :c:data:`ao_two_e_integral_erf_schwartz`
Called by:
.. hlist::
:columns: 3
* :c:data:`mo_two_e_int_erf_jj_from_ao`
.. c:function:: dump_ao_integrals_erf:
File : :file:`ao_two_e_erf_ints/map_integrals_erf.irp.f`
.. code:: fortran
subroutine dump_ao_integrals_erf(filename)
Save to disk the |AO| erf integrals
Needs:
.. hlist::
:columns: 3
* :c:data:`ao_integrals_erf_map`
Calls:
.. hlist::
:columns: 3
* :c:func:`ezfio_set_work_empty`
.. c:function:: eri_erf:
File : :file:`ao_two_e_erf_ints/two_e_integrals_erf.irp.f`
.. code:: fortran
double precision function ERI_erf(alpha,beta,delta,gama,a_x,b_x,c_x,d_x,a_y,b_y,c_y,d_y,a_z,b_z,c_z,d_z)
Atomic primtive two-electron integral between the 4 primitives :
* primitive 1 : $x_1^{a_x} y_1^{a_y} z_1^{a_z} \exp(-\alpha * r1^2)$
* primitive 2 : $x_1^{b_x} y_1^{b_y} z_1^{b_z} \exp(- \beta * r1^2)$
* primitive 3 : $x_2^{c_x} y_2^{c_y} z_2^{c_z} \exp(-\delta * r2^2)$
* primitive 4 : $x_2^{d_x} y_2^{d_y} z_2^{d_z} \exp(-\gamma * r2^2)$
Needs:
.. hlist::
:columns: 3
* :c:data:`mu_erf`
Calls:
.. hlist::
:columns: 3
* :c:func:`integrale_new_erf`
.. c:function:: get_ao_erf_map_size:
File : :file:`ao_two_e_erf_ints/map_integrals_erf.irp.f`
.. code:: fortran
function get_ao_erf_map_size()
Returns the number of elements in the |AO| map
Needs:
.. hlist::
:columns: 3
* :c:data:`ao_integrals_erf_map`
.. c:function:: get_ao_two_e_integral_erf:
File : :file:`ao_two_e_erf_ints/map_integrals_erf.irp.f`
.. code:: fortran
double precision function get_ao_two_e_integral_erf(i,j,k,l,map) result(result)
Gets one |AO| two-electron integral from the |AO| map
Needs:
.. hlist::
:columns: 3
* :c:data:`ao_integrals_erf_cache_min`
* :c:data:`ao_overlap_abs`
* :c:data:`ao_integrals_threshold`
* :c:data:`ao_integrals_erf_cache`
* :c:data:`ao_two_e_integral_erf_schwartz`
* :c:data:`ao_two_e_integrals_erf_in_map`
Calls:
.. hlist::
:columns: 3
* :c:func:`map_get`
* :c:func:`two_e_integrals_index`
.. c:function:: get_ao_two_e_integrals_erf:
File : :file:`ao_two_e_erf_ints/map_integrals_erf.irp.f`
.. code:: fortran
subroutine get_ao_two_e_integrals_erf(j,k,l,sze,out_val)
Gets multiple |AO| two-electron integral from the |AO| map .
All i are retrieved for j,k,l fixed.
Needs:
.. hlist::
:columns: 3
* :c:data:`ao_integrals_erf_map`
* :c:data:`ao_overlap_abs`
* :c:data:`ao_integrals_threshold`
* :c:data:`ao_two_e_integrals_erf_in_map`
Called by:
.. hlist::
:columns: 3
* :c:func:`add_integrals_to_map_erf`
.. c:function:: get_ao_two_e_integrals_erf_non_zero:
File : :file:`ao_two_e_erf_ints/map_integrals_erf.irp.f`
.. code:: fortran
subroutine get_ao_two_e_integrals_erf_non_zero(j,k,l,sze,out_val,out_val_index,non_zero_int)
Gets multiple |AO| two-electron integrals from the |AO| map .
All non-zero i are retrieved for j,k,l fixed.
Needs:
.. hlist::
:columns: 3
* :c:data:`ao_integrals_erf_map`
* :c:data:`ao_overlap_abs`
* :c:data:`ao_integrals_threshold`
* :c:data:`ao_two_e_integral_erf_schwartz`
* :c:data:`ao_two_e_integrals_erf_in_map`
Called by:
.. hlist::
:columns: 3
* :c:data:`mo_two_e_int_erf_jj_from_ao`
Calls:
.. hlist::
:columns: 3
* :c:func:`map_get`
* :c:func:`two_e_integrals_index`
.. c:function:: insert_into_ao_integrals_erf_map:
File : :file:`ao_two_e_erf_ints/map_integrals_erf.irp.f`
.. code:: fortran
subroutine insert_into_ao_integrals_erf_map(n_integrals,buffer_i, buffer_values)
Create new entry into |AO| map
Needs:
.. hlist::
:columns: 3
* :c:data:`ao_integrals_erf_map`
Called by:
.. hlist::
:columns: 3
* :c:func:`ao_two_e_integrals_erf_in_map_collector`
Calls:
.. hlist::
:columns: 3
* :c:func:`map_append`
.. c:function:: integrale_new_erf:
File : :file:`ao_two_e_erf_ints/two_e_integrals_erf.irp.f`
.. code:: fortran
subroutine integrale_new_erf(I_f,a_x,b_x,c_x,d_x,a_y,b_y,c_y,d_y,a_z,b_z,c_z,d_z,p,q,n_pt)
Calculate the integral of the polynomial :
$I_x1(a_x+b_x, c_x+d_x,p,q) \, I_x1(a_y+b_y, c_y+d_y,p,q) \, I_x1(a_z+b_z, c_z+d_z,p,q)$
between $( 0 ; 1)$
Needs:
.. hlist::
:columns: 3
* :c:data:`mu_erf`
* :c:data:`n_pt_max_integrals`
* :c:data:`gauleg_t2`
Called by:
.. hlist::
:columns: 3
* :c:func:`eri_erf`
Calls:
.. hlist::
:columns: 3
* :c:func:`i_x1_new`
.. c:function:: load_ao_integrals_erf:
File : :file:`ao_two_e_erf_ints/map_integrals_erf.irp.f`
.. code:: fortran
integer function load_ao_integrals_erf(filename)
Read from disk the |AO| erf integrals
Needs:
.. hlist::
:columns: 3
* :c:data:`ao_integrals_erf_map`
Calls:
.. hlist::
:columns: 3
* :c:func:`cache_map_reallocate`
* :c:func:`map_deinit`
* :c:func:`map_sort`
.. c:function:: save_erf_two_e_integrals_ao:
File : :file:`ao_two_e_erf_ints/routines_save_integrals_erf.irp.f`
.. code:: fortran
subroutine save_erf_two_e_integrals_ao
Needs:
.. hlist::
:columns: 3
* :c:data:`ao_integrals_erf_map`
* :c:data:`ezfio_filename`
* :c:data:`ao_two_e_integrals_erf_in_map`
Called by:
.. hlist::
:columns: 3
* :c:func:`routine`
Calls:
.. hlist::
:columns: 3
* :c:func:`ezfio_set_ao_two_e_erf_ints_io_ao_two_e_integrals_erf`
* :c:func:`ezfio_set_work_empty`
* :c:func:`map_save_to_disk`
.. c:function:: save_erf_two_e_ints_ao_into_ints_ao:
File : :file:`ao_two_e_erf_ints/routines_save_integrals_erf.irp.f`
.. code:: fortran
subroutine save_erf_two_e_ints_ao_into_ints_ao
Needs:
.. hlist::
:columns: 3
* :c:data:`ao_integrals_erf_map`
* :c:data:`ezfio_filename`
* :c:data:`ao_two_e_integrals_erf_in_map`
Calls:
.. hlist::
:columns: 3
* :c:func:`ezfio_set_ao_two_e_ints_io_ao_two_e_integrals`
* :c:func:`ezfio_set_work_empty`
* :c:func:`map_save_to_disk`

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.. _module_aux_quantities:
.. program:: aux_quantities
.. default-role:: option
==============
aux_quantities
==============
This module contains some global variables (such as densities and energies)
which are stored in the |EZFIO| directory in a different place than determinants.
This is used in practice to store density matrices which can be obtained from
any method, as long as they are stored in the same |MO| basis which is used for
the calculations. In |RSDFT| calculations, this can be done to perform damping
on the density in order to speed up the convergence.
The main providers of that module are:
* :c:data:`data_one_e_dm_alpha_mo` and :c:data:`data_one_e_dm_beta_mo` which
are the one-body alpha and beta densities which are necessary read from the
|EZFIO| directory.
Thanks to these providers you can use any density matrix that does not
necessarily corresponds to that of the current wave function.
EZFIO parameters
----------------
.. option:: data_energy_var
Variational energy computed with the wave function
.. option:: data_energy_proj
Projected energy computed with the wave function
.. option:: data_one_e_dm_alpha_mo
Alpha one body density matrix on the |MO| basis computed with the wave function
.. option:: data_one_e_dm_beta_mo
Beta one body density matrix on the |MO| basis computed with the wave function

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.. _module_becke_numerical_grid:
.. program:: becke_numerical_grid
.. default-role:: option
====================
becke_numerical_grid
====================
This module contains all quantities needed to build Becke's grid used in general for DFT integration. Note that it can be used for whatever integration in R^3 as long as the functions to be integrated are mostly concentrated near the atomic regions.
This grid is built as the reunion of a spherical grid around each atom. Each spherical grid contains
a certain number of radial and angular points. No pruning is done on the angular part of the grid.
The main keyword for that module is:
* :option:`becke_numerical_grid grid_type_sgn` which controls the precision of the grid according the standard **SG-n** grids. This keyword controls the two providers `n_points_integration_angular` `n_points_radial_grid`.
The main providers of that module are:
* `n_points_integration_angular` which is the number of angular integration points. WARNING: it obeys to specific rules so it cannot be any integer number. Some of the possible values are [ 50 | 74 | 170 | 194 | 266 | 302 | 590 | 1202 | 2030 | 5810 ] for instance. See :file:`angular.f` for more details.
* `n_points_radial_grid` which is the number of radial angular points. This can be any strictly positive integer. Nevertheless, a minimum of 50 is in general necessary.
* `final_grid_points` which are the (x,y,z) coordinates of the grid points.
* `final_weight_at_r_vector` which are the weights at each grid point
For a simple example of how to use the grid, see :file:`example.irp.f`.
The spherical integration uses Lebedev-Laikov grids, which was used from the code distributed through CCL (http://www.ccl.net/).
See next section for explanations and citation policies.
.. code-block:: text
This subroutine is part of a set of subroutines that generate
Lebedev grids [1-6] for integration on a sphere. The original
C-code [1] was kindly provided by Dr. Dmitri N. Laikov and
translated into fortran by Dr. Christoph van Wuellen.
This subroutine was translated using a C to fortran77 conversion
tool written by Dr. Christoph van Wuellen.
Users of this code are asked to include reference [1] in their
publications, and in the user- and programmers-manuals
describing their codes.
This code was distributed through CCL (http://www.ccl.net/).
[1] V.I. Lebedev, and D.N. Laikov
"A quadrature formula for the sphere of the 131st
algebraic order of accuracy"
Doklady Mathematics, Vol. 59, No. 3, 1999, pp. 477-481.
[2] V.I. Lebedev
"A quadrature formula for the sphere of 59th algebraic
order of accuracy"
Russian Acad. Sci. Dokl. Math., Vol. 50, 1995, pp. 283-286.
[3] V.I. Lebedev, and A.L. Skorokhodov
"Quadrature formulas of orders 41, 47, and 53 for the sphere"
Russian Acad. Sci. Dokl. Math., Vol. 45, 1992, pp. 587-592.
[4] V.I. Lebedev
"Spherical quadrature formulas exact to orders 25-29"
Siberian Mathematical Journal, Vol. 18, 1977, pp. 99-107.
[5] V.I. Lebedev
"Quadratures on a sphere"
Computational Mathematics and Mathematical Physics, Vol. 16,
1976, pp. 10-24.
[6] V.I. Lebedev
"Values of the nodes and weights of ninth to seventeenth
order Gauss-Markov quadrature formulae invariant under the
octahedron group with inversion"
Computational Mathematics and Mathematical Physics, Vol. 15,
1975, pp. 44-51.
EZFIO parameters
----------------
.. option:: grid_type_sgn
Type of grid used for the Becke's numerical grid. Can be, by increasing accuracy: [ 0 | 1 | 2 | 3 ]
Default: 2
Providers
---------
.. c:var:: alpha_knowles
File : :file:`becke_numerical_grid/integration_radial.irp.f`
.. code:: fortran
double precision, allocatable :: alpha_knowles (100)
Recommended values for the alpha parameters according to the paper of Knowles (JCP, 104, 1996)
as a function of the nuclear charge
Needed by:
.. hlist::
:columns: 3
* :c:data:`final_weight_at_r`
* :c:data:`grid_points_per_atom`
.. c:var:: angular_quadrature_points
File : :file:`becke_numerical_grid/grid_becke.irp.f`
.. code:: fortran
double precision, allocatable :: angular_quadrature_points (n_points_integration_angular,3)
double precision, allocatable :: weights_angular_points (n_points_integration_angular)
weights and grid points for the integration on the angular variables on
the unit sphere centered on (0,0,0)
According to the LEBEDEV scheme
Needs:
.. hlist::
:columns: 3
* :c:data:`n_points_radial_grid`
Needed by:
.. hlist::
:columns: 3
* :c:data:`final_weight_at_r`
* :c:data:`grid_points_per_atom`
.. c:var:: dr_radial_integral
File : :file:`becke_numerical_grid/grid_becke.irp.f`
.. code:: fortran
double precision, allocatable :: grid_points_radial (n_points_radial_grid)
double precision :: dr_radial_integral
points in [0,1] to map the radial integral [0,\infty]
Needs:
.. hlist::
:columns: 3
* :c:data:`n_points_radial_grid`
Needed by:
.. hlist::
:columns: 3
* :c:data:`final_weight_at_r`
* :c:data:`grid_points_per_atom`
.. c:var:: final_grid_points
File : :file:`becke_numerical_grid/grid_becke_vector.irp.f`
.. code:: fortran
double precision, allocatable :: final_grid_points (3,n_points_final_grid)
double precision, allocatable :: final_weight_at_r_vector (n_points_final_grid)
integer, allocatable :: index_final_points (3,n_points_final_grid)
integer, allocatable :: index_final_points_reverse (n_points_integration_angular,n_points_radial_grid,nucl_num)
final_grid_points(1:3,j) = (/ x, y, z /) of the jth grid point
final_weight_at_r_vector(i) = Total weight function of the ith grid point which contains the Lebedev, Voronoi and radial weights contributions
index_final_points(1:3,i) = gives the angular, radial and atomic indices associated to the ith grid point
index_final_points_reverse(i,j,k) = index of the grid point having i as angular, j as radial and l as atomic indices
Needs:
.. hlist::
:columns: 3
* :c:data:`final_weight_at_r`
* :c:data:`grid_points_per_atom`
* :c:data:`n_points_final_grid`
* :c:data:`n_points_radial_grid`
* :c:data:`nucl_num`
Needed by:
.. hlist::
:columns: 3
* :c:data:`aos_grad_in_r_array`
* :c:data:`aos_in_r_array`
* :c:data:`aos_lapl_in_r_array`
* :c:data:`aos_sr_vc_alpha_lda_w`
* :c:data:`aos_sr_vc_alpha_pbe_w`
* :c:data:`aos_vc_alpha_lda_w`
* :c:data:`aos_vc_alpha_pbe_w`
* :c:data:`energy_sr_x_lda`
* :c:data:`energy_sr_x_pbe`
* :c:data:`energy_x_lda`
* :c:data:`energy_x_pbe`
* :c:data:`mos_in_r_array`
* :c:data:`one_e_dm_alpha_at_r`
* :c:data:`one_e_dm_and_grad_alpha_in_r`
.. c:var:: final_weight_at_r