Green Function Monte Carlo Method for Excited States of Quantum System

@article{Cheon1996GreenFM,
  title={Green Function Monte Carlo Method for Excited States of Quantum System},
  author={Taksu Cheon},
  journal={Progress of Theoretical Physics},
  year={1996},
  volume={96},
  pages={971-977}
}
  • T. Cheon
  • Published 6 January 1996
  • Physics
  • Progress of Theoretical Physics
A novel scheme to solve the quantum eigenvalue problem through the imaginary-time Green function Monte Carlo method is presented. This method is applicable to the excited states as well as to the ground state of a generic system. We demonstrate the validity of the method with the numerical examples on three simple systems including a discretized sine-Gordon model. 

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