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A simple and efficient evolution operator for time-dependent Hamiltonians: the Taylor expansion

Bibliographic reference Lauvergnat, David ; Blasco, Sophie ; Chapuisat, Xavier ; Nauts, André. A simple and efficient evolution operator for time-dependent Hamiltonians: the Taylor expansion. In: Journal of Chemical Physics, Vol. 126, no. 20, p. 204103 (May 2007)
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