In this paper, the idea of discrete singular convolution (DSC) as a viable computation method for analyzing physical systems has been underlined. Discrete singular convolution has been used for solving the Schrödinger equation for water molecules, subject to the Lennard Jones potential, and the DSC differentiator has been used for obtaining the energy eigen-states of water, for a given grid size for discretization, along with the Shannon kernel for approximation of the singular delta-type kernel in the problem.
Key words: Discrete singular convolution, computational methodology, Schrödinger equation, Lennard Jones potential.
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