Noninteracting central site model: Localization and logarithmic entanglement growth

@article{Hetterich2017NoninteractingCS,
  title={Noninteracting central site model: Localization and logarithmic entanglement growth},
  author={Daniel Hetterich and Maksym Serbyn and Fernando Dom'inguez and F. Pollmann and B. Trauzettel},
  journal={Physical Review B},
  year={2017},
  volume={96},
  pages={104203}
}
We investigate the stationary and dynamical behavior of an Anderson localized chain coupled to a single central bound state. The coupling to the central site partially dilutes the Anderson localized peak towards the nearly resonant sites. In particular, the number of resonantly coupled sites remains finite in the thermodynamic limit. This is further supported by a multifractal analysis of eigenstates that shows the frozen spectrum of fractal dimension, which is characteristic for localized… Expand

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