The website provides poles and residues in the continued fraction representation
of the Fermi-Dirac function and a code for generating them. The details and usage
can be found in
Phys. Rev. B 75, 035123 (2007).
A set of poles and residues for each number of poles.
In the table the imaginary part of poles in the upper
half plane is given, since the real part is zero.
The position of the poles in the lower half plane is
symmetric with respect to the real axis, and the residue
is the same as that of the corresponding pole in the upper
The distribution of these data follows the constitution of the
GNU General Public Licence.
Moreover, the authors possess the copyright of the database and the code.
We cannot offer any warranty on these data. However, if you report
problems on these data to us, we will cooperate and work well
as much as possible together with you to remove the problem.