Updated core libraries of the ALPS project

@article{Gaenko2017UpdatedCL,
  title={Updated core libraries of the ALPS project},
  author={Alexander Gaenko and A. E. Antipov and Gabriele Carcassi and T. Chen and X. Chen and Q. Dong and Lukas Gamper and Jan Gukelberger and Ryo Igarashi and Sergei Iskakov and Mario S. K{\"o}nz and J. P. F. LeBlanc and Ryan Levy and P. N. Ma and J. E. Paki and Hiroshi Shinaoka and Synge Todo and Matthias Troyer and Emanuel Gull},
  journal={Comput. Phys. Commun.},
  year={2017},
  volume={213},
  pages={235-251}
}
Abstract The open source ALPS (Algorithms and Libraries for Physics Simulations) project provides a collection of physics libraries and applications, with a focus on simulations of lattice models and strongly correlated systems. The libraries provide a convenient set of well-documented and reusable components for developing condensed matter physics simulation code, and the applications strive to make commonly used and proven computational algorithms available to a non-expert community. In this… Expand
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