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However, the method is straightforwardly applicable to any other size of the Hamiltonian, e.g. the 2 x 2, or one of the non-blockdiagonalised 6x6 or 4x4 forms, or in fact any other form, see [232]. Consider a structure modulated along one dimension (i.e. a quantum well) with arbitrarily varying material composition and potential (see Figs. 1.9- 1.13 for a few examples). For the purpose of finding its bound states, or the tunnelling probability, the heterostructure of interest is subdivided into a number (Nz, number of coordinate points) of thin layers, and within each layer the potential (which includes any selfconsistent potential, if such a calculation was performed) is taken to be constant, as are the values of the Luttinger parameters (note that under these conditions S = E and C = 0 in equations (10.31-10.32)). If the structure is step-graded, comprising some number of layers of different material composition and width (perhaps like the structure in Fig. 3.15), and provided any continuously varying potentials (e.g. selfconsistent potential) are absent, the computational layers in this calculation coincide with actual material layers, and need not be very thin. Similarly to the case of quantised states of electrons, the aim is to describe the wave function of a quantised state in terms of its form within each layer. These are then joined at the interfaces using appropriate boundary conditions. Within such an approach the need is not to generate all the energy eigenstates of the bulk Hamiltonian for a specified wave vector, but rather all the solutions that correspond to a definite energy, i.e. the complex band structure has to be found. 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