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Correcting the coupled states approximation using sensitivity analysis
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11.We could just as easily work with derivatives of The analys is here, as based upon varying zeros first-order phase correction terms [identified below Eq. (6)] for an important practical choice of l¯, i.e. One should not however construe that there is thereby a compelling reason for preferring derivatives in the sensitivity analysis.
12.McLenithan and Secrest treated the as perturbation parameters. Values for corresponding component integrals are not given in Ref. 8;
12.we have then chosen to ignore the distinction between and as perturbation parameters, in determining (from the results in Ref. 8) our integral correction contributions to This is not likely to significantly affect results saved at low j where integral corrections are in any case relatively small. Relatedly, we have obtained CCS¯ results by treating the as perturbation parameters for both integral and phase corrections. Only results are significantly modified;
12. with we are unable to obtain satisfactory CCS¯ results for l¯ to l, or
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