TY - JOUR UR - http://lib.ugent.be/catalog/pug01:5639913 ID - pug01:5639913 LA - eng TI - Matrix product states and variational methods applied to critical quantum field theory PY - 2013 JO - (2013) PHYSICAL REVIEW D SN - 1550-7998 PB - 2013 AU - Milsted, Ashley AU - Haegeman, Jutho WE05 002002144058 AU - Osborne, Tobias J AB - We study the second-order quantum phase-transition of massive real scalar field theory with a quartic interaction (ϕ4 theory) in (1+1) dimensions on an infinite spatial lattice using matrix product states (MPS). We introduce and apply a naive variational conjugate gradient method, based on the time-dependent variational principle (TDVP) for imaginary time, to obtain approximate ground states, using a related ansatz for excitations to calculate the particle and soliton masses and to obtain the spectral density. We also estimate the central charge using finite-entanglement scaling. Our value for the critical parameter agrees well with recent Monte Carlo results, improving on an earlier study which used the related DMRG method, verifying that these techniques are well-suited to studying critical field systems. We also obtain critical exponents that agree, as expected, with those of the transverse Ising model. Additionally, we treat the special case of uniform product states (mean field theory) separately, showing that they may be used to investigate non-critical quantum field theories under certain conditions. ER -Download RIS file
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520 | a We study the second-order quantum phase-transition of massive real scalar field theory with a quartic interaction (ϕ4 theory) in (1+1) dimensions on an infinite spatial lattice using matrix product states (MPS). We introduce and apply a naive variational conjugate gradient method, based on the time-dependent variational principle (TDVP) for imaginary time, to obtain approximate ground states, using a related ansatz for excitations to calculate the particle and soliton masses and to obtain the spectral density. We also estimate the central charge using finite-entanglement scaling. Our value for the critical parameter agrees well with recent Monte Carlo results, improving on an earlier study which used the related DMRG method, verifying that these techniques are well-suited to studying critical field systems. We also obtain critical exponents that agree, as expected, with those of the transverse Ising model. Additionally, we treat the special case of uniform product states (mean field theory) separately, showing that they may be used to investigate non-critical quantum field theories under certain conditions. | ||
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653 | a 2ND-ORDER PHASE-TRANSITION | ||
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