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Reliability and applicability of magnetic-force linear response theory: Numerical parameters, predictability, and orbital resolution

H. Yoon, T. J. Kim, J.-H. Sim, S. W. Jang, T. Ozaki, and M. J. Han, Phys. Rev. B 97, 125132 (2018).

In this paper, we examined spin exchange interaction J on classical magnetic metal, insulator systems by MFT. Extensive tests were performed on numerical parameter dependences such as basis orbital set, LDA + U parameter. Also, comparisons were made between MFT based on meta-stable spin configurations, and expansion to orbital-resolved magnetic interactions are presented.

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Jx: An open-source software for calculating magnetic interactions based on magnetic force theory.

H. Yoon, T. J. Kim, J.-H. Sim, and M. J. Han, Computer Physics Communications 247, 106927 (2020).

The Opensource Jx code paper. In this paper, we presented why our code is user-friendly and also efficient tool to calculate magnetic interaction in solids and molecules. We also describe the advantages of computing short- and long-range interactions in one-shot and capability of computing orbital-resolved matrices, local axis rotation.

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  1. Reliability and applicability of magnetic-force linear response theory: Numerical parameters, predictability, and orbital resolution
  2. Calculating magnetic interactions in organic electrides
  3. Charge density functional plus U theory of LaMnO3: Phase diagram, electronic structure, and magnetic interaction
  4. Microscopic understanding of magnetic interactions in bilayer CrI3
  5. Magnetic force theory combined with quasi-particle self-consistent GW method
  6. On the origin and the manipulation of ferromagnetism in Fe3GeTe2: defects and dopings
  7. Jx: An open-source software for calculating magnetic interactions based on magnetic force theory.