Generalized slave-particle method for extended Hubbard models

@article{Georgescu2015GeneralizedSM,
  title={Generalized slave-particle method for extended Hubbard models},
  author={Alexandru B. Georgescu and Sohrab Ismail-Beigi},
  journal={Physical Review B},
  year={2015},
  volume={92}
}
We introduce a set of generalized slave-particle models for extended Hubbard models that treat localized electronic correlations using slave-boson decompositions. Our models automatically include two slave-particle methods of recent interest, the slave-rotor and slave-spin methods, as well as a ladder of new intermediate models where one can choose which of the electronic degrees of freedom (e.g., spin or orbital labels) are treated as correlated degrees of freedom by the slave bosons. In… Expand

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