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CFOUR, Coupled-Cluster techniques for Computational Chemistry, a quantum-chemical program package by
J.F. Stanton, J. Gauss, L. Cheng, M.E. Harding, D.A. Matthews, P.G. Szalay
with contributions from A.A. Auer, R.J. Bartlett, U. Benedikt, C. Berger, D.E. Bernholdt, Y.J. Bomble, O. Christiansen, F. Engel, R. Faber, M. Heckert, O. Heun, M. Hilgenberg, C. Huber, T.-C. Jagau, D. Jonsson, J. Jusélius, T. Kirsch, K. Klein, W.J. Lauderdale, F. Lipparini, T. Metzroth, L.A. Mück, D.P. O'Neill, D.R. Price, E. Prochnow, C. Puzzarini, K. Ruud, F. Schiffmann, W. Schwalbach, C. Simmons, S. Stopkowicz, A. Tajti, J. Vázquez, F. Wang, J.D. Watts and the integral packages MOLECULE (J. Almlöf and P.R. Taylor), PROPS (P.R. Taylor), ABACUS (T. Helgaker, H.J. Aa. Jensen, P. Jørgensen, and J. Olsen), and ECP routines by A. V. Mitin and C. van Wüllen. For the current version, see

Parallel version of CFOUR
M.E. Harding, T. Metzroth, J. Gauss, and A.A. Auer, J. Chem. Theor. Comp. 4, 64 (2008)

Quantum chemical methods

Basis sets

Analytic energy derivatives

Calculation of molecular properties

EOM and CC-LR methods for excited, ionized, and electron-attached states

Additivity and basis-set extrapolation schemes

Relativistic effects

Diagonal Born-Oppenheimer corrections

Special topics

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CFOUR is partially supported by the U.S. National Science Foundation.