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The Carr theoretical physics group at the Colorado School School of Mines is currently folding our open source version of Time-Evolving Block Decimation (TEBD), [http://physics.mines.edu/downloads/software/tebd/ Open Source TEBD], into ALPS. In the long term, we will be developing a more general variational Matrix Product States application which will incorporate all of the nice features of ALPS.  This work is supported by the National Science Foundation.
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The Carr theoretical physics group at the Colorado School School of Mines is currently folding our open source version of Time-Evolving Block Decimation (TEBD), [http://physics.mines.edu/downloads/software/tebd/ Open Source TEBD], into ALPS. In addition to his efforts for openTEBD and ALPS, his group is maintaining and developing the Open Source Matrix Product States, [http://sourceforge.net/projects/openmps/ OpenMPS]. OpenMPS we will be a more general variational Matrix Product States application which will incorporate all of the nice features of ALPS in future.  This work is supported by the National Science Foundation.

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Lincoln D. Carr

Contributions

The Carr theoretical physics group at the Colorado School School of Mines is currently folding our open source version of Time-Evolving Block Decimation (TEBD), Open Source TEBD, into ALPS. In addition to his efforts for openTEBD and ALPS, his group is maintaining and developing the Open Source Matrix Product States, OpenMPS. OpenMPS we will be a more general variational Matrix Product States application which will incorporate all of the nice features of ALPS in future. This work is supported by the National Science Foundation.