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Rebuild TDVP engine as subclasses of sweep.
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- implement or wrap netcon.m, a function to find optimal contractionn sequences
improve helpfulness of Warnings
_do_trace: trace over all pairs of legs at once. need the corresponding npc function first.
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This is still a beta version, use with care. The interface might still change.
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long-term: Much of the code is similar as in DMRG. To avoid too much duplicated code, we should have a general way to sweep through an MPS and updated one or two sites, used in both cases.
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add further terms (e.g. c^dagger c^dagger + h.c.) to the Hamiltonian.
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WARNING: These models are still under development and not yet tested for correctness. Use at your own risk! Replicate known results to confirm models work correctly. Long term: implement different lattices. Long term: implement variable hopping strengths Jx, Jy.
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implement MPO for time evolution…
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This is a naive, expensive implementation contracting the full network. Try to follow arXiv:1711.01104 for a better estimate; would that even work in the infinite limit?
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might be useful to add a “cleanup” function which removes operators cancelling each other and/or unused states. Or better use a ‘compress’ of the MPO?
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Make more general: it should be possible to specify states as strings.
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One can also look at the canonical ensembles by defining the conserved quantities differently, see [barthel2016] for details. Idea: usual charges on p, trivial charges on q; fix total charge to desired value. I think it should suffice to implement another from_infiniteT.
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Check if Jordan-Wigner strings for 4x4 operators are correct.
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For memory caching with big MPO environments, we need a Hdf5Cacher clearing the memo’s every now and then (triggered by what?).
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