Efficient and flexible approach to simulate low-dimensional quantum lattice models with large local Hilbert spaces

  title={Efficient and flexible approach to simulate low-dimensional quantum lattice models with large local Hilbert spaces},
  author={Thomas Kohler and Jan Stolpp and Sebastian Paeckel},
  journal={arXiv: Strongly Correlated Electrons},
Quantum lattice models with large local Hilbert spaces emerge across various fields in quantum many-body physics. Problems such as the interplay between fermions and phonons, the BCS-BEC crossover of interacting bosons, or decoherence in quantum simulators have been extensively studied both theoretically and experimentally. In recent years, tensor network methods have become one of the most successful tools to treat lattice systems numerically. Nevertheless, systems with large local Hilbert… 

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