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Symmetric Jordan-Wigner transformation in higher dimensions

@inproceedings{Po2021SymmetricJT,
  title={Symmetric Jordan-Wigner transformation in higher dimensions},
  author={Hoi Chun Po},
  year={2021}
}
  • H. Po
  • Published 2021
  • Physics
The Jordan-Wigner transformation is traditionally applied to one dimensional systems, but recent works have generalized the transformation to fermionic lattice systems in higher dimensions while keeping locality manifest. These developments could aid the theoretical or even experimental studies of strongly correlated electronic problems through their bosonic counterparts. In this work, we develop a scheme for higher-dimensional Jordan-Wigner transformation which keeps all relevant symmetries… Expand

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