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- 12 Jan 2024, 11:10
- Forum: Algorithms
- Topic: Choosing dt for time evolve
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### Re: Choosing dt for time evolve

There's no simple, generic rule how large/small dt has to be to ensure convergence, I'm somewhat alarmed by the "periodic boundary conditions". By default, in TeNPy this would just give you one (or ~Ly, if you have a 2D torus) very long-range couplings between the ends of the MPS. Both TDV...

- 12 Jan 2024, 10:34
- Forum: HowTos and FAQ for TeNPy
- Topic: How do I calculate an MPO using an iMPS
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### Re: How do I calculate an MPO using an iMPS

This is ill-defined for infinite systems: The overlap \braket{s | t} for any two iMPS which do not represent exactly the same state goes to 0 in the the thermodynamic limit (or to infinity, if you don't have normalized MPS.). Also, you generally don't want to write down "cat state" superpo...

- 23 Nov 2023, 08:31
- Forum: HowTos and FAQ for TeNPy
- Topic: How to realize SU(2) symmetric DMRG?
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### Re: How to realize SU(2) symmetric DMRG?

You should be able to get to significantly larger system sizes even on desktops. Typical run times range from several hours up to a couple of days (up to one or two weeks) on typical desktops / single-node cluster machines, depending on what's available to you. The usual geometry of choice are long,...

- 22 Nov 2023, 11:22
- Forum: HowTos and FAQ for TeNPy
- Topic: Installation TenPy on Windows with pip
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### Re: Installation TenPy on Windows with pip

I'm afraid we can't help much there. How did you install Python? For windows, in my experience the anaconda suite works best, for which you should be able to directly install the corresponding physics-tenpy conda package rather than install it from source. Can you import numpy directly from within y...

- 22 Nov 2023, 11:04
- Forum: HowTos and FAQ for TeNPy
- Topic: How to compute inner product of finite MPS with another finite MPS translated by n sites.
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### Re: How to compute inner product of finite MPS with another finite MPS translated by n sites.

The picture you drew above is also not an inner product with the remaining open legs - do you think about closing those as well? That would mean that T is the translation operator with *periodic* boundary conditions. It's not too hard to contract all of this on the tensor level, though. I started wr...

- 22 Nov 2023, 09:55
- Forum: HowTos and FAQ for TeNPy
- Topic: How to build a pure entangled initial state
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### Re: How to build a pure entangled initial state

Indeed, Markus is right that singlets are only one example of entangled states. But they're only entangled on pairs of sites, so for more than 2 sites they're "product states" again. Really, you need to clarify which entangled state you want - there are plenty. For example, you could also ...

- 31 Oct 2023, 14:02
- Forum: Implementations
- Topic: Entanglement Entropy for len(segment)>20
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### Re: Entanglement Entropy for len(segment)>20

There is a good reason for this, since it's exponentially expensive with the number of sites L in the segment, both in memory \mathcal{O}(d^{2L}) and CPU time \mathcal{O}(d^{3L}) ! Each additional site quadruples your computational cost. If you're reaching that limit, it might be better to use the e...

- 31 Oct 2023, 13:49
- Forum: HowTos and FAQ for TeNPy
- Topic: How to model anisotropic exchange J, single-ion anisotropy and DMI for DMRG?
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### Re: How to model anisotropic exchange J, single-ion anisotropy and DMI for DMRG?

Yes, for the DM interaction, you need to write out the cross product explicitly and add the Dx/Dy/Dz terms separately. Note that you got the signs in the cross product wrong, c.f. the code below. Again, I'm not sure if I understood correctly - it seems you want the D to depend on which pairs of NN y...

- 26 Oct 2023, 15:31
- Forum: HowTos and FAQ for TeNPy
- Topic: W-state as MPS
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### Re: W-state as MPS

The XX model has charge conservation of total Sz. In the zero-particle sector, you can map it exactly to a single-particle fermion hopping, and the ground state is the W state. However, this is not true in the sector of higher filling when you have peridoic boundary conditions: for the coupling goin...

- 25 Oct 2023, 15:15
- Forum: HowTos and FAQ for TeNPy
- Topic: W-state as MPS
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### Re: W-state as MPS

You can write this analytically as a bond-dimension 2 MPS. You can see that you need bond dimension 2, since you always have either exactly one or no 1 on the left/right of any of the two cuts (between the first two sites, or the second two sites). The Schmidt decomposition between the last two site...

- 25 Oct 2023, 10:31
- Forum: HowTos and FAQ for TeNPy
- Topic: purification method for Fermi Hubbard model
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### Re: purification method for Fermi Hubbard model

I'm not sure why you say this. The from_infiniteT method should already work with other sites, including FermionSite or SpinHalfFermionSite. It's straightforward to adjust the purification.py example to use another model like e.g. the tenpy.models.fermions.FermionChain and measure N instead of Sz. T...

- 25 Oct 2023, 10:05
- Forum: HowTos and FAQ for TeNPy
- Topic: Fermion Sites From Two Samples
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### Re: Fermion Sites From Two Samples

You can still use the tenpy.networks.site.set_common_charges (the multi_sites_combine_charges is deprecated) to do that. If you specify new_charges='independent' , it does exactly what you're asking for: it conserves the total charge on the f1 sites separate from the one of the f2 site. I'm not sure...

- 25 Oct 2023, 09:24
- Forum: HowTos and FAQ for TeNPy
- Topic: How to model anisotropic exchange J, single-ion anisotropy and DMI for DMRG?
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### Re: How to model anisotropic exchange J, single-ion anisotropy and DMI for DMRG?

Not sure what your question is - you already have a loop over the coupling_axis , that you didn't include in your sample code. Just read out different model_params and explicitly use those instead of the plain J1/J2 for the various terms, e.g. def init_terms(self, model_params): Jxx = model_params.g...

- 25 Oct 2023, 09:08
- Forum: HowTos and FAQ for TeNPy
- Topic: Problemm calculating H bonds
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### Re: Problemm calculating H bonds

Indeed, by adding the extra spin site on the center, you get a next-nearest neighbor hopping, so you can't use a NearestNeighborModel anymore. There's two ways to proceed: 1) Drop the inheritance from the NearestNeighborModel to not generate the H_bond. This means you can't use TEBD anymore, but the...

- 23 Aug 2023, 15:32
- Forum: HowTos and FAQ for TeNPy
- Topic: Product of Operators
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### Re: Product of Operators

very naively, you can multiply out all the products such that you're left with a sum of terms, many of which are long-range. Less naively, you'd try to rewrite it in the nearest-neighbor version O_k = \prod_{\langle i, k\rangle} (1-n_i n_k ) B_k mentioned above, and multiply that out to get sums of...

- 22 Aug 2023, 07:14
- Forum: HowTos and FAQ for TeNPy
- Topic: Expectation value of an operator
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### Re: Expectation value of an operator

Ho did you get O(t)? Currently, I don't think there is TEBD code to Heisenberg-Evolve an operator - did you write that yourself? I presume you have O in the form of an MPO then? For a TeNPy MPO, it's simply expectation_value , e.g. E = H.expectation_value(psi) , or for finite systems MPOEnvironment(...

- 21 Aug 2023, 14:00
- Forum: HowTos and FAQ for TeNPy
- Topic: Product of Operators
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### Re: Product of Operators

At a glimplse, this looks horrible for DMRG, because each term is non-local, giving you an immense MPO bond dimension if you implement it naively. Do you have only those terms, i.e. is H=\left(\prod_{\langle i, j \rangle} (1-n_i n_j) \right) H^0 with a "usual" H^0 ? It looks like you're tr...

- 21 Aug 2023, 13:12
- Forum: HowTos and FAQ for TeNPy
- Topic: imaginary time evolution with TDVP
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### Re: imaginary time evolution with TDVP

That's currently not supported at the moment, as imaginary time evolution is generally

Why would you prefer TDVP over DMRG?

*much*slower than variational methods like DMRG.Why would you prefer TDVP over DMRG?

- 02 Aug 2023, 16:26
- Forum: HowTos and FAQ for TeNPy
- Topic: Particle Number Conservation in tJ model
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### Re: Particle Number Conservation in tJ model

The tenpy.models.tj_model.tJModel defines the options cons_N and cons_Sz - just set them as you need them, and make sure your initial state is in the charge sector you want - for the initial product state you wrote, you get average density of 2/4 = 1/2 and spin Sz=0. You can also easily define a cus...

- 02 Aug 2023, 15:30
- Forum: HowTos and FAQ for TeNPy
- Topic: How to use the 'sort_mpo_legs' feature
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### Re: How to use the 'sort_mpo_legs' feature

The MPO tensors in W are sparse, and without the 'sort_mpo_legs': True, we try to capture that, resulting in fewer small blocks for tensordots involving a H.get_W(i) rather than bigger blocks (as dictated by charge conservation). For this benchmark comparison, we wanted to compare "apples to ap...

- 02 Aug 2023, 15:15
- Forum: Algorithms
- Topic: How are periodic boundary conditions implemented?
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### Re: How are periodic boundary conditions implemented?

I learned the trick in private communications from Ian McCulloch several years back, but I'm also not sure who was the first to suggest/use it, sor I can't provide a reference...

- 17 Jul 2023, 16:57
- Forum: HowTos and FAQ for TeNPy
- Topic: Calculating Time Evolution Only Once
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### Re: Calculating Time Evolution Only Once

I'd always try to exploit "trivial" parallelization first, where you can just distribute jobs (say for different Hamiltonian parameters, or in your case different initial states) to different nodes on a cluster. If you can't do that because you're working on a local machine, keep it as ind...

- 17 Jul 2023, 16:31
- Forum: HowTos and FAQ for TeNPy
- Topic: DMRG on 2D triangular lattice for J1-J2 spin-1/2 model
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### Re: DMRG on 2D triangular lattice for J1-J2 spin-1/2 model

You need to be aware of symmetries in your system. The SU(2)-symmetric heisenberg interactions in particular preserve the total Sz spin, and the ferromagnetic all-up state (a) in your picture is an exact eigenstate. Hence, when you start from this state, DMRG just doens't update it - that's why your...

- 17 Jul 2023, 10:14
- Forum: HowTos and FAQ for TeNPy
- Topic: Calculating Time Evolution Only Once
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### Re: Calculating Time Evolution Only Once

I'm not sure if I understand your question correctly - do you suggest to write U(t) as an MPO? Unfortunately, it doesn't work that way. Writing down the full time evolution operator (say as an MPO) for large t is much more expensive than just applying it to a given state: it requires exponentiating ...

- 17 Jul 2023, 08:41
- Forum: Implementations
- Topic: Defining a New Operator when Inheriting CouplingMPOModel
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### Re: Defining a New Operator when Inheriting CouplingMPOModel

The issue here is that you directly pass the full Ladder instance in the model_params, which already has the site defined - hence the model doesn't call init_sites anymore. Try to use model_params = dict( lattice='Ladder', L=20, U=1., bc_MPS='finite' ) and overwrite init_lattice if you need to adjus...