Photonic - A perl package for calculations on photonics and metamaterials.
Copyright (C) 1916 by W. Luis Mochán
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use Photonic::LE::NP::AllH; my $iter=Photonic::LE::NP::AllH->new( epsilon=>$e, geometry=>$geometry, nh=>$Nh, keepStates=>$save); $iter->run; my $haydock_as=$iter->as; my $haydock_bs=$iter->bs; my $haydock_b2s=$iter->b2s; my $haydock_states=$iter->states;
Iterates the calculation of Haydock coefficients and (optionally) states and saves them for later retrieval. This class corresponds to the nonretarded longitudinal dielectric function calculation for possibly more than two phases.
This class only works for the default macroscopic initial state. firstState should not be modified.
new(epsilon=>$e, geometry=>$g, nh=>$nh, keepStates=>$k)
Initializes an Ph::NR::NP::AllH object. $nh is the maximum number of desired coefficients, $k is a flag, non zero to save the Haydock states. All other arguments are as in Photonic::LE::NP::OneH.
Runs the iteration to completion.
All the Photonic::LE::NP::OneH methods
Implements calculation of Haydock coefficients and states. See implementation documentation.
All the Photonic::Roles::AllH methods
Iterates the calculation of one Haydock coefficient and state for non-retarded system at a time and saves them to later retrival.
Maximum number of desired Haydock 'a' coefficients and states. The number of b coefficients is one less.
Flag to keep (1) or discard (0) Haydock states
Array of Haydock states
Array of Haydock a coefficients
Array of Haydock b coefficients
Array of Haydock b coefficients squared