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Different computational scheme for calculating surface integrals in anisotropic Brillouin zones are compared. The example of the transport distribution function (plasma frequency) of the thermoelectric Material \BiTe near the band edges will be discussed. The layered structure of the material together with the rhombohedral symmetry causes a strong anisotropy of the transport distribution function for the directions in the basal (in-plane) and perpendicular to the basal plane (out-of-plane). Itdoi:10.1088/0953-8984/23/50/505504 pmid:22129565 fatcat:nrbo7tnotrgchm7m6dhd4jtxf4