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NUCLEAR MEAN-FIELD HAMILTONIANS AND FACTORS LIMITING THEIR SPECTROSCOPIC PREDICTIVE POWER: ILLUSTRATIONS

Abstract : Determination of the mean-field Hamiltonian parameters can be seen as gathering information about all the single-particle states out of a very partial information on only a few experimentally known levels. This is exactly what the inverse problem in applied mathematics is about. We illustrate some of the related concepts in view of a preparation of the fully statistically significant parameter adjustment procedures. For this purpose we construct the exactly soluble inverse problems associated with the realistic and phenomenologically powerful nuclear Woods-Saxon Hamiltonian and we analyse a few both physical and mathematical aspects of such procedures. Presented illustrations suggest that to be able to discuss the predictive power of the mean-field Hamiltonians the parameter adjustment procedures must be based on a relatively complex statistical analysis partially addressed in Ref.(1)
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B. Szpak, J. Dudek, M. G. Porquet, K. Rybak, H. Molique, et al.. NUCLEAR MEAN-FIELD HAMILTONIANS AND FACTORS LIMITING THEIR SPECTROSCOPIC PREDICTIVE POWER: ILLUSTRATIONS. International Journal of Modern Physics E, World Scientific Publishing, 2010, 19, pp.665-671. ⟨10.1142/S0218301310015072⟩. ⟨in2p3-00667391⟩

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