A report on the study of collective degrees of freedom in quantum dots using propagator methods. Propagator methods will permit improvements in the characterization of quantum effects observed in nanostructures and the inclusion of collective processes and excitations. These methods are used in the development of computer models of macroscopically observable properties such as luminosity.
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