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We can express the time evolutions of a quantum mechanical state of a system as :

|psi(Xf,T)> = Gv(Xf,T;X0,0) |psi(X0,0)>

Now Gv can be expressed as a discretized Feynman Path integral which comes out to be a pretty complex integral (equation 4 in attached file). I am unable to understand as to how should I code a program to calulate this integral. any ideas!!

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