2004 **Abstract:** Recent results obtained by applying the method of self-consistent Green's functions to nuclei and nuclear matter are reviewed. Particular attention is given to the description of experimental data obtained from the (e,e ′ p) and (e,e ′ 2N) reactions that determine one and two-nucleon removal probabilities in nuclei since the corresponding amplitudes are directly related to the imaginary parts of the single-particle and two-particle propagators. For this reason and the fact that these amplitudes can now be calc…

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“…As seen in the right panel, these frequencies are much larger than the naive estimate Ω min ≈ 2 Λ χ /(mR) that minimizes the energy for a nucleus of radius R and interaction with cutoff Λ χ [17]. The exponential extrapolation (6) to all solid data points is shown as a dashed line, and the asymptote E ∞ as a full line.…”

confidence: 89%

“…As seen in the right panel, these frequencies are much larger than the naive estimate Ω min ≈ 2 Λ χ /(mR) that minimizes the energy for a nucleus of radius R and interaction with cutoff Λ χ [17]. The exponential extrapolation (6) to all solid data points is shown as a dashed line, and the asymptote E ∞ as a full line.…”

confidence: 89%

“…Figure 5 shows the CCSD groundstate energies for 22 O (left) and 24 O (right) as a function of L eff . The exponential extrapolation (6), and the extrapolated ground-state energies E ∞ = −148.41±0.60 MeV (for 22 O) and E ∞ = −155.38 ± 0.83 MeV (for 24 O) are also shown. These results employ model spaces with N = 8, 10, 12.…”

confidence: 99%

“…The concept of correlations is fundamental to a deep understanding of nuclear phenomena [1]. These are generally defined as characteristics of the nucleus that cannot be explained in terms of a simple mean field picture (i.e., a wave function of Slater determinant type).…”

confidence: 99%