Prints the state vector norm and the list of the most populated basis states in the order of decreasing population.
rho - state vector npops - number of largest populations to print
This function prints a summary of the state composition to the con- sole in the following format: (L1,M1) (L2,M2) ... (Ln,Mn) coefficient number This corresponds to the direct product of single-spin irreducible spherical tensors with the specified indices, its coefficient in the linear combination, and the number of the corresponding state in the basis set.
Several examples are available in examples/singlet_states directory, where the composition of the singlet states is analysed using this function.
This function requires sphten-liouv formalism.
irr_sph_ten.m, sphten2zeeman.m, pauli.m, stevens.m
Version 2.2, authors: Ilya Kuprov, Konstantin Pervushin