In this mode, the program performs NNRG calculations. Only a single energy should be specified in the ENERGY array, and DNRG should be set to 0. Only a single S-matrix is stored between calculations, so the program must not loop over angular momenta or parity cases; thus JTOTU must be equal to JTOTL, and MSET must be nonzero. Remember that, in some modes, MOLSCAT may determine RMIN, RMID and RMAX internally, and it is safest to use the convergence testing with these options switched off by setting the &INPUT variables IRMSET=0, RVFAC=0., IRXSET=0.
IVAR (default 0) selects which variable is to be altered. Note that the first calculation is used as a "reference" calculation (unless ICONVU .lt. 0, see below), so that the subsequent calculations must be less accurate than the first, not more accurate. For successive calculations, IVAR is used as follows: IVAR=0: step size is doubled each time. IVAR=1: RMIN is increased by DR each time. IVAR=2: RMID is increased by DR each time. IVAR=3: RMAX is decreased by DR each time.
DR is the amount by which RMIN or RMID is increased or RMAX is decreased in successive calculations.
ICONV (default 0) is used if convergence information is to be transferred from one run of MOLSCAT to another. This is useful if the results obtained using two different propagators are to be compared. If ICONVU .gt. 0 on input, the first S-matrix is written out (unformatted) to channel ICONVU; if ICONVU .lt. 0, a previously saved S-matrix is read from channel |ICONVU|, and used as the reference S-matrix in calculating RMS errors.
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