Anisotropic tensor renormalization group

  title={Anisotropic tensor renormalization group},
  author={Daiki Adachi and Tsuyoshi Okubo and Synge Todo},
  journal={Physical Review B},
We propose a new tensor renormalization group algorithm, Anisotropic Tensor Renormalization Group (ATRG), for lattice models in arbitrary dimensions. The proposed method shares the same versatility with the Higher-Order Tensor Renormalization Group (HOTRG) algorithm, i.e., it preserves the lattice topology after the renormalization. In comparison with HOTRG, both of the computation cost and the memory footprint of our method are drastically reduced, especially in higher dimensions, by… Expand

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