A New Simulation Method For Infinite Size Lattices

H. G. Evertz, W. von der Linden

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Abstract

We introduce a Monte Carlo method, as a modification of existing cluster algorithms, which allows simulations directly on systems of infinite size, and, for quantum models, also at β = ∞. All two-point functions can be obtained, including dynamical information. When the number of iterations is increased, correlation functions at larger distances become available. Limits q → 0 and ω → 0 can be approached directly.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationOpen Problems in Strongly Correlated Electron Systems
EditorsJanez Bonča, Peter Prelovšek, Anton Ramšak, Sarben Sarkar
PublisherSpringer Netherlands
Pages187-192
Number of pages6
ISBN (Print)978-0-7923-6896-0 978-94-010-0771-9
Publication statusPublished - 2001

Publication series

NameNATO Science Series
PublisherSpringer Netherlands

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Keywords

  • Condensed Matter Physics, Magnetism, Magnetic Materials, Optical and Electronic Materials

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Evertz, H. G., & Linden, W. V. D. (2001). A New Simulation Method For Infinite Size Lattices. In J. Bonča, P. Prelovšek, A. Ramšak, & S. Sarkar (Eds.), Open Problems in Strongly Correlated Electron Systems (pp. 187-192). (NATO Science Series). Springer Netherlands.

A New Simulation Method For Infinite Size Lattices. / Evertz, H. G.; Linden, W. von der.

Open Problems in Strongly Correlated Electron Systems. ed. / Janez Bonča; Peter Prelovšek; Anton Ramšak; Sarben Sarkar. Springer Netherlands, 2001. p. 187-192 (NATO Science Series).

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Evertz, HG & Linden, WVD 2001, A New Simulation Method For Infinite Size Lattices. in J Bonča, P Prelovšek, A Ramšak & S Sarkar (eds), Open Problems in Strongly Correlated Electron Systems. NATO Science Series, Springer Netherlands, pp. 187-192.
Evertz HG, Linden WVD. A New Simulation Method For Infinite Size Lattices. In Bonča J, Prelovšek P, Ramšak A, Sarkar S, editors, Open Problems in Strongly Correlated Electron Systems. Springer Netherlands. 2001. p. 187-192. (NATO Science Series).
Evertz, H. G. ; Linden, W. von der. / A New Simulation Method For Infinite Size Lattices. Open Problems in Strongly Correlated Electron Systems. editor / Janez Bonča ; Peter Prelovšek ; Anton Ramšak ; Sarben Sarkar. Springer Netherlands, 2001. pp. 187-192 (NATO Science Series).
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