generates k-points along a set of lines defined in the Brillouin zone. kplist defines the number of points used for each part of the path.
- Electronic or phontonic band structures are usually calculated along a certain path in the Brillouin zone. GTBZLines generates such paths. kpath is a list containing the symmetry points of the path and the names of the symmetry points. If standard paths for a certain Brillouin zone are used, those lists can be generated by GTBZPath. kplist contains the number of k-points in each part of the path, i.e. between two symmetry points.
- The output is used in GTBandStructure to plot the corresponding band structures.
- See: W. Hergert, M. Geilhufe, Group Theory in Solid State Physics and Photonics. Problem Solving with Mathematica, chapter 9.6