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N . c˜(kj ) = c˜0 (kj ) + =0 4. Solution of the set of quadratic equations in Fourier space γ˜ (kj ) = ρ˜ c(kj )[˜ c(kj ) + γ˜ (kj )] , j = 0, . . , N, for N unknown γ˜ (kj ). For the first M (the dominant) components M ≈ 100, the set is solved using the Newton–Raphson method; the remaining components are calculated by the Picard iterations. 5. New values of γ(ri ) are obtained by the inverse Fourier transform and the procedure is repeated until convergence is considered to be obtained using the criterion 1 N 1/2 N [γ(ri ) − γ (ri )] 0 2 < .

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