implementation of 1e- and 2e-integrals

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Dear NWchem forum,

I am interested in understanding the implementation of 1e- and 2e-integrals in Nwchem: how such integrals are calculated for a given set of basis set shells.

Searching the src directory, I found subdirectory ddscf to be the responsible one, however so far, have not been able to spot that piece of source code that actually calculates those integrals.

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For 1e-integrals: file=

  The corresponding loop on basis set shells starts at line 293 (Nwchem 6.6) in file= Following the next lines, the integrals are generated, depending on "type", from line 312. Then one can see:
if (type .eq. 1) then
call int_1eke (jbas, jshell, ibas, ishell,
$ mem1, dbl_mb(k_scr), max1e, dbl_mb(k_buf))
But where is subroutine "int_1eke"?
   [src]$ grep "int_1eke" */*
ddscf/int_1e_ga.F: call int_1eke (jbas, jshell, ibas, ishell,
ddscf/int_1e_ga.F: external int_1eke,int_1epe,int_1eov,int_1epvpe,
ddscf/int_1e_ga.F: call int_1e_oldga0(ibas, g, type,oskel,int_1eke)
ddscf/print_1eints.F: call int_1eke (jbas, jshell, ibas, ishell,
develop/raktest.F: call int_1eke(basis,ish,basis,jsh,
util/int_2c_ga.F: call int_1eke (ibas, ishell, jbas, jshell,
[src]$ grep "subroutine int_1eke" */*
--> no such subroutine?

For 2e-integrals: files=int2e_file.F, fock_2e_*.F
   No luck to find the loop on basis set shells.

I appreciate your help, and if there are some relevant documentations.
Edited On 11:57:20 AM PST - Wed, Jan 13th 2016 by Masoud

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See src/NWints/api/int_1estv.F

Also, you might want to try 'make doc' in src/NWints/api to get TeX docs automatically derived from the source code. It may make for easier reading than the raw source.
Edited On 1:57:08 PM PST - Wed, Jan 13th 2016 by Mernst

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