A bosonic perspective on the classical mapping of fermionic quantum dynamics.

  title={A bosonic perspective on the classical mapping of fermionic quantum dynamics.},
  author={Jing Sun and Sudipta Sasmal and Oriol Vendrell},
  journal={The Journal of chemical physics},
  volume={155 13},
  • Jing Sun, S. Sasmal, O. Vendrell
  • Published 14 September 2021
  • Medicine, Physics
  • The Journal of chemical physics
We consider the application of the original Meyer-Miller (MM) Hamiltonian to mapping fermionic quantum dynamics to classical equations of motion. Non-interacting fermionic and bosonic systems share the same one-body density dynamics when evolving from the same initial many-body state. The MM classical mapping is exact for non-interacting bosons, and therefore, it yields the exact time-dependent one-body density for non-interacting fermions as well. Starting from this observation, the MM mapping… Expand


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