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More refined approximations are possible and have been used in the literature. 14), Eq. 15) is extremely useful especially in the k ---+ 0 limit. It follows that S(k) goes to zero with k, which is also a property of the exact ground state. (8) It is possible to see now that the Fantoni-Rosati (FR) and Krotscheck-Ristig (KR) versions of FHNC are essentially complementary: In the FR version, the coordinate-space shortrange behavior is emphasized. The radial distribution function g(r), Eq. 3). The low-k behavior of various quantities involved is not treated properly, however, if one uses only a finite set of basic <;liagrams.

Making use of the Fourier transform of Eq. , the sum is equal to zero. In the volume integral, the elementary diagram is not small! Figure 14 exhibits a strong cancellation within the quantity Xee of Eq. 4) between the Eee and other-noneIementary-contributions. It is only one example of a quite general property: There is strong cancellation between diagrams involving a fixed number, n, of dynamical correlation lines, her), and an arbitrary number of statistical correlation lines, I"(k pr), valid to all orders n.

This MC result is shown in the figure as an error bar. It is seen that it is well within the error bands obtained by the kinetic energy estimates. On the other hand, even the most refined approximation leaves a considerable uncertainty in the saturation point. This is due to the large cancellation between potential and kinetic energy, each of about lOOK in magnitude, resulting in a poor relative accuracy. 4) is not necessarily an upper bound to the energy. The additional contribution, Fig. 21, to the three-body distribution function gives a positive contribution J.

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