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“…were developed to further improve numerical efficiency. [162][163][164] The method provides momentum-and frequency-dependent self-energies in the regime of weak to intermediate coupling strength and was successfully applied to multi-band high-Tc superconductors. [104,153,154] As for future work it might be interesting to extend multiorbital TPSC to study further neighbor interactions as was already done for the single-orbital TPSC [146][147][148] or superconductivity as was already started in ref.…”

confidence: 99%

“…were developed to further improve numerical efficiency. [162][163][164] The method provides momentum-and frequency-dependent self-energies in the regime of weak to intermediate coupling strength and was successfully applied to multi-band high-Tc superconductors. [104,153,154] As for future work it might be interesting to extend multiorbital TPSC to study further neighbor interactions as was already done for the single-orbital TPSC [146][147][148] or superconductivity as was already started in ref.…”

confidence: 99%

“…In addition, new numerical techniques were developed to further improve numerical efficiency. [ 162–164 ] The method provides momentum‐ and frequency‐dependent self‐energies in the regime of weak to intermediate coupling strength and was successfully applied to multi‐band high‐Tc superconductors. [ 104,153,154 ]…”

confidence: 99%

“…In addition, recently, computational techniques using the compact IR basis have been developed to calculate the dynamic susceptibility [32][33][34]. It is expected that by using the basis obtained by SpM-Padé, the accuracy of these analytic calculations will be improved.…”

confidence: 99%

“…The above value is in general agreement with the screened Coulomb interaction (0.24) calculated recently for LaH 10 using the efficient ab initio Migdal–Eliashberg method considering the retardation effects. [ 52 ] The Heaviside step function θ is determined by a cutoff frequency, whose value is set to ten times the maximum phonon frequency. The value of β is given by $\beta =1/{k}_{\mathrm{normalB}}T$, where ${k}_{B}$ is the Boltzmann constant.…”

confidence: 99%