Tamm-Dancoff method

Tamm-Dancoff method

[′tam ′dan‚kȯf ‚meth·əd]
(quantum mechanics)
A method of forming an approximate wave function of a system of interacting particles, particularly nucleons and mesons, by describing it as an algebraic sum of several possible states, the number of such states determining the order of the approximation.
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