Although distributed as a library, the routines are self-contained and can easily be taken out of the library and included in own code, removing yet another installation prerequisite. Owing to the small size of the routines it is possible, in fact quite straightforward, to adapt the diagonalization routine to one's own conventions rather than vice versa.
The following routines are included:
The routines have been published in physics/0607103.
Downloads (hover over download link for MD5):
To install the package:
A PDF file with the manual is contained in the distribution. It can also be downloaded directly: manual.pdf [117 kB].
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Last update: 28 May 18 Thomas Hahn