Finite and infinite matrix product states for Gutzwiller projected mean-field wave functions

  title={Finite and infinite matrix product states for Gutzwiller projected mean-field wave functions},
  author={Gabriel Petrică and B. Zheng and Garnet Kin-Lic Chan and Bryan K. Clark},
  journal={Physical Review B},
Matrix product states (MPS) and `dressed' ground states of quadratic mean fields (e.g. Gutzwiller projected Slater Determinants) are both important classes of variational wave-functions. This latter class has played important roles in understanding superconductivity and quantum spin-liquids. We present a novel method to obtain both the finite and infinite MPS (iMPS) representation of the ground state of an arbitrary fermionic quadratic mean-field Hamiltonian, (which in the simplest case is a… 
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