Continuous-time quantum Monte Carlo impurity solvers
Description of this data
Continuous-time quantum Monte Carlo impurity solvers are algorithms that sample the partition function of an impurity model using diagrammatic Monte Carlo techniques. The present paper describes codes that implement the interaction expansion algorithm originally developed by Rubtsov, Savkin, and Lichtenstein, as well as the hybridization expansion method developed by Werner, Millis, Troyer, et al. These impurity solvers are part of the ALPS-DMFT application package and are accompanied by an i...
Title of program: dmft
Catalogue Id: AEIL_v1_0
Nature of problem
Quantum impurity models describe an atom or molecule embedded in a host material with which it can exchange electrons. They are basic to nanoscience as representations of quantum dots and molecular conductors and play an increasingly important role in the theory of "correlated electron" materials as auxiliary problems whose solution gives the "dynamical mean field" approximation to the self energy and local correlation functions.
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AEIL_v1_0; dmft; 10.1016/j.cpc.2010.12.050
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Experiment data files
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Cite this dataset
Gull, Emanuel; Werner, Philipp; Fuchs, Sebastian; Surer, Brigitte; Pruschke, Thomas; Troyer, Matthias (2019), “Continuous-time quantum Monte Carlo impurity solvers ”, Mendeley Data, v1 http://dx.doi.org/10.17632/6b5s7sbg23.1
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