An example of 'jx.config' is shown below:

Flag.PeriodicSum off # default - off Num.Poles 60 Num.Kgrid 27 27 27 Num.ij.pairs 236 Bunch.ij.pairs 236 <ijpairs.cellid 1 1 -2 -2 -2 1 1 -2 -2 -1 1 1 -2 -2 0 ... ... 2 2 0 -1 2 2 2 0 0 -2 2 2 0 0 -1 ijpairs.cellid>

Each keyword is explained below:

Flag.PeriodicSum off # default - offThis flag determines how you calculate the exchange couplings. When 'on' for periodic systems, the program derives the based on Eq. (8). When 'off' for periodic systems, the program derives the based on Eq. (5). This flag has no role in cluster calculations. For cluster calculations, the program calculates by Eq. (3).

Num.Poles 60This keyword specifies the number of poles for the finite pole approximation of Fermi function [74], appearing in Eq. (5). The computation becomes more accurate as increasing the number of poles at the cost of execution time. The most appropriate value depends on the system, and for bcc-Fe a proper value is evaluated as about 60 to attain the accuracy of 0.05 meV. For the electronic temperature of 300 K, the 60 poles might be enough in most cases. However, you can take larger value so as to attain further computational accuracy, because the computational times to construct each exchange coupling were proven much smaller than that of eigenvalue calculation.

Num.Kgrid 27 27 27This keyword specifies the number of -grids. These values should be same or a bit larger than those in OpenMX calculation. No role in cluster calculations.

Num.ij.pairs 236 # NOTE: Number of ij pairs.This keyword specifies how many exchange coupling constants to be calculated. The value must be same as the number of rows between the keywords

`<ijpairs.cellid`

and `ijpairs.cellid>`

.

<ijpairs.cellid 1 1 -2 -2 -2 1 1 -2 -2 -1 1 1 -2 -2 0 ... ... 2 2 0 -1 2 2 2 0 0 -2 2 2 0 0 -1 ijpairs.cellid>This field specifies the sites , , and cell vector of , where , and are unit lattice vectors in the OpenMX input. The data order of this field is as follows: . In the case of cluster or periodic image calculations, you should use alternative field as follows:

<ijpairs.nocellid 1 1 1 2 ijpairs.nocellid>because they do not use cell vectors in calculations.

Bunch.ij.pairs 236 # default=Num.ij.pairsThis is an optional keyword to use when the memory consumption is too large at the default setting. This value should be same to or smaller than

`Num.ij.pairs`

.
The smaller Bunch.ij.pairs results in smaller memory consumption with larger calculation time.