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Tensor Product State Formulation for the Spin 1/2 Antiferromagnetic XXZ Model on the Checkerboard Lattice  [PDF]
Nobuya Maeshima
Physics , 2004, DOI: 10.1143/JPSJ.73.60
Abstract: Vertical density matrix algorithm (VDMA), a tensor product state formulation of the ``higher-dimensional'' density matrix renormalization group, is applied to the spin 1/2 antiferromagnetic XXZ model on the checkerboard lattice. The VDMA was, in the preceding study, applied to the transverse field Ising model on the square lattice and the three-dimensional classical Ising model. In the present paper, its implementation procedure is modified in order to apply the VDMA to the XXZ model. Numerical accuracy of the VDMA is investigated for the XXZ model on the square lattice, which shows that the method gives reliable results for the ground state energy. In the frustrated region, VDMA results are compared with a simple calculation based on a magnetically disordered state. It is found that the weakly frustrated region is in the N\'{e}el ordered phase, while in the strongly frustrated region the realized phase cannot be identified clearly by the obtained results.
Product numerical range in a space with tensor product structure  [PDF]
Zbigniew Pucha?a,Piotr Gawron,Jaros?aw Adam Miszczak,?ukasz Skowronek,Man-Duen Choi,Karol ?yczkowski
Mathematics , 2010, DOI: 10.1016/j.laa.2010.08.026
Abstract: We study operators acting on a tensor product Hilbert space and investigate their product numerical range, product numerical radius and separable numerical range. Concrete bounds for the product numerical range for Hermitian operators are derived. Product numerical range of a non-Hermitian operator forms a subset of the standard numerical range containing the barycenter of the spectrum. While the latter set is convex, the product range needs not to be convex nor simply connected. The product numerical range of a tensor product is equal to the Minkowski product of numerical ranges of individual factors.
Tensor product variational formulation applied to pentagonal lattice  [PDF]
Michal Dani?ka,Andrej Gendiar
Physics , 2015, DOI: 10.1088/1751-8113/48/43/435002
Abstract: The uniform two-dimensional variational tensor product state is applied to the transverse-field Ising, XY, and Heisenberg models on a regular hyperbolic lattice surface. The lattice is constructed by tessellation of the congruent pentagons with the fixed coordination number being four. As a benchmark, the three models are studied on the flat square lattice simultaneously. The mean-field-like universality of the Ising phase transition is observed in full agreement with its classical counterpart on the hyperbolic lattice. The tensor product ground state in the thermodynamic limit has an exceptional three-parameter solution. The variational ground-state energies of the spin models are calculated.
Linear maps preserving numerical radius of tensor product of matrices  [PDF]
Ajda Fo?ner,Zejun Huang,Chi-Kwong Li,Nung-Sing Sze
Mathematics , 2012,
Abstract: We determine the structure of linear maps on the tensor product of matrices which preserve the numerical range or numerical radius.
Linear maps preserving the higher numerical ranges of tensor product of matrices  [PDF]
Ajda Fo?ner,Zejun Huang,Chi-Kwong Li,Yiu-Tung Poon,Nung-Sing Sze
Mathematics , 2013,
Abstract: We study linear maps preserving the higher numerical ranges of tensor product of matrices.
A tensor product state approach to spin-1/2 square J1-J2 antiferromagnetic Heisenberg model: evidence for deconfined quantum criticality  [PDF]
Ling Wang,Zheng-Cheng Gu,Frank Verstraete,Xiao-Gang Wen
Physics , 2011,
Abstract: The ground state phase diagram of spin-1/2 J1-J2 antiferromagnetic Heisenberg model on square lattice around the maximally frustrated regime (J2~0.5J1) has been debated for decades. Here we study this model using a recently proposed novel numerical method - the cluster update algorithm for tensor product states (TPSs). The ground state energies at finite sizes and in the thermodynamic limit (with finite size scaling) are in good agreement with exact diagonalization study. At the largest bond dimension available D = 9 and through finite size scaling of the magnetization order near the transition point, we accurately determine the critical point Jc=0.5321(2)J1 and the critical exponent beta = 0.499(3). In the range of 0.5321
The unreasonable effectiveness of the tensor product  [PDF]
Renaud Coulangeon,Gabriele Nebe
Mathematics , 2012,
Abstract: Using the Hermitian tensor product description of the extremal even unimodular lattice of dimension 72 found by Nebe in 2010 we show its extremality with the methods from Coulangeons article in Acta Arith. 2000.
Vertical Density Matrix Algorithm: A Higher-Dimensional Numerical Renormalization Scheme based on the Tensor Product State Ansatz  [PDF]
Nobuya Maeshima,Yasuhiro Hieida,Yasuhiro Akutsu,Tomotoshi Nishino,Kouichi Okunishi
Physics , 2001, DOI: 10.1103/PhysRevE.64.016705
Abstract: We present a new algorithm to calculate the thermodynamic quantities of three-dimensional (3D) classical statistical systems, based on the ideas of the tensor product state and the density matrix renormalization group. We represent the maximum-eigenvalue eigenstate of the transfer matrix as the product of local tensors which are iteratively optimized by the use of the ``vertical density matrix'' formed by cutting the system along the transfer direction. This algorithm, which we call vertical density matrix algorithm (VDMA), is successfully applied to the 3D Ising model. Using the Suzuki-Trotter transformation, we can also apply the VDMA to two-dimensional (2D) quantum systems, which we demonstrate for the 2D transverse field Ising model.
Phase diagrams of XXZ model on depleted square lattice  [PDF]
Kwai-Kong Ng
Physics , 2009, DOI: 10.1103/PhysRevB.81.094426
Abstract: Using quantum Monte Carlo (QMC) simulations and a mean field (MF) theory, we investigate the spin-1/2 XXZ model with nearest neighbor interactions on a periodic depleted square lattice. In particular, we present results for 1/4 depleted lattice in an applied magnetic field and investigate the effect of depletion on the ground state. The ground state phase diagram is found to include an antiferromagnetic (AF) phase of magnetization $m_{z}=\pm 1/6$ and an in-plane ferromagnetic (FM) phase with finite spin stiffness. The agreement between the QMC simulations and the mean field theory based on resonating trimers suggests the AF phase and in-plane FM phase can be interpreted as a Mott insulator and superfluid of trimer states respectively. While the thermal transitions of the in-plane FM phase are well described by the Kosterlitz-Thouless transition, the quantum phase transition from the AF phase to in-plane FM phase undergo a direct second order insulator-superfluid transition upon increasing magnetic field.
Two dimensional XXZ-Ising model on square-hexagon lattice  [PDF]
J. S. Valverde,Onofre Rojas,S. M. de Souza
Physics , 2008, DOI: 10.1103/PhysRevE.79.041101
Abstract: We study a two dimensional XXZ-Ising on square-hexagon (4-6) lattice with spin-1/2. The phase diagram of the ground state energy is discussed, shown two different ferrimagnetic states and two type of antiferromagnetic states, beside of a ferromagnetic state. To solve this model, it could be mapped into the eight-vertex model with union jack interaction term. Imposing exact solution condition we find the region where the XXZ-Ising model on 4-6 lattice have exact solutions with one free parameter, for symmetric eight-vertex model condition. In this sense we explore the properties of the system and analyze the competition of the interaction parameters providing the region where it has an exact solution. However the present model does not satisfy the \textit{free fermion} condition, unless for a trivial situation. Even so we are able to discuss their critical points region, when the exactly solvable condition is ignored.
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