PapersTalks
ALPS references
The ALPS project has been outlined in the following manuscript which now serves as the standard reference for the ALPS project:
The following list contains additional references for individual libraries and applications:
- The scheduler library
- The looper code
- The SSE code
Talks
The following is a collection of talks on the ALPS project and talks from the user and developer workshops.
- Talks from the tutorial at PSI (Sep. 2006)
- ALPS Overview (M. Troyer)
- Introduction to ALPS XML [[1]] [[2]] (S. Todo)
- Exact Diagonalization (M. Troyer)
- Introduction to Monte Carlo [[3]] (L. Pollet)
- Quantum Monte Carlo [[4]] (F. Alet)
Papers citing the ALPS project
34) Philipp Werner and Andrew J. Millis
Efficient DMFT-simulation of the Holstein-Hubbard Model
[5]
33) Vassilis Tangoulis
Monte Carlo Studies of a Mn^{II} Molecular System with a 2D trellis layer coupled-ladder configuration
Phys. in press (2007)
32) A. Feiguin, S. Trebst, A. Ludwig, M. Troyer, A. Kitaev, Z. Wang, and M. Freedman
Interacting anyons in topological quantum liquids: The golden chain
[6]
31) Doron Bergman, Jason Alicea, Emanuel Gull, Simon Trebst, Leon Balents
Order by disorder and spiral spin liquid in frustrated diamond lattice antiferromagnets
[7]
30) Zengo Tsuboi
A note on the high temperature expansion of the density matrix for the isotropic Heisenberg chain
[8], to appear in Physica A
29) Philipp Werner and Andrew J. Millis
Doping-driven Mott transition in the one-band Hubbard model
[9]
28) Emanuel Gull, Philipp Werner, Andrew J. Millis, and Matthias Troyer
Performance analysis of continuous-time solvers for quantum impurity models
[10]
27) Karen Hallberg
New Trends in Density Matrix Renormalization
Phys. 55 5-6 (2006).
26) Simon Trebst, Philipp Werner, Matthias Troyer, Kirill Shtengel, and Chetan Nayak
Breakdown of a topological phase: Quantum phase transition in a loop gas model with tension
[11]
25) Fabien Alet, Yacine Ikhlef, Jesper Lykke Jacobsen, Gregoire Misguich, and Vincent Pasquier
Classical dimers with aligning interactions on the square lattice
Rev. E 74, 041124 (2006).
24) K.P. Schmidt, J. Dorier, A. Laeuchli, and F. Mila
Single-particle versus pair condensation of hard-core bosons with correlated hopping
Rev. B 74, 174508 (2006).
23) Corinna Kollath, Andreas Laeuchli, and Ehud Altman
Quench dynamics and non equilibrium phase diagram of the Bose-Hubbard model
[12]
22) Philipp Werner and Andrew J. Millis
Hybridization expansion impurity solver: General formulation and application to Kondo lattice and two-orbital models
Rev. B 74, 155107 (2006).
21) M. Lewenstein et al.
Ultracold atomic gases in optical lattices: Mimicking condensed matter physics and beyond
[13]
20) Synge Todo
Universal Reduction of Effective Coordination Number in the Quasi-One-Dimensional Ising Model
Rev. B 74, 104415 (2006).
19) Sergei L. Lukyanov and Philipp Werner
Universal scaling behavior of the single electron box in the strong tunneling limit
Stat. Mech. P11002 (2006).
18) B. Pedrini et al.
Quenching of the Haldane gap in LiVSi_{2}O_{6} and related compounds
[14]
This paper cites a future release of the ALPS from the year 12005.
17) Gunnar Moller and R. Moessner
Artificial square ice and related dipolar nanoarrays
Rev. Lett. 96, 237202 (2006).
16) J. Wehr et al.
Disorder versus the Mermin-Wagner-Hohenberg Effect: From Classical Spin Systems to Ultracold Atomic Gases
Rev. B 74, 224448 (2006).
15) Fabien Alet et al.
Unconventional continuous phase transition in a three dimensional dimer model
Rev. Lett. 97, 030403 (2006).
14) O. Gygi et al.
Simulations of ultracold bosonic atoms in optical lattices with anharmonic traps
Rev. A 73, 063606 (2006).
13) Mohamad Al Hajj et al.
Parity law of the singlet-triplet gap in graphitic ribbons
Phys. J. B 51, 517 (2006).
12) Philipp Werner, Armin Comanac, Luca de’ Medici, Matthias Troyer, and Andrew J. Millis
A continuous-time solver for quantum impurity models
Rev. Lett. 97, 076405 (2006).
11) Reinhard M. Noack and Salvatore R. Manmana
Diagonalization- and Numerical Renormalization-Group-Based Methods for Interacting Quantum Systems
Conf. Proc. 789, 93 (2005).
10) Philipp Werner, Gil Rafael, and Matthias Troyer
Simulation results for an interacting pair of resistively shunted Josephson junctions
Stat. Mech. P12003 (2005).
9) Simon Trebst et al.
d-wave resonating valence bond states of fermionic atoms in optical lattices
Rev. Lett. 96, 250402 (2006).
8) Zengo Tsuboi and Masahiro Shiroishi
High temperature expansion of emptiness formation probability for isotropic Heisenberg chain
Phys. A 38 L363 (2005).
7) Salvatore R. Manmana, Alejandro Muramatsu, and Reinhard M. Noack
Time evolution of one-dimensional Quantum Many Body Systems
Conf. Proc. 789, 269 (2005).
6) Fabien Alet et al.
Interacting classical dimers on the square lattice
Rev. Lett. 94, 235702 (2005).
5) Johannes Richter, Jörg Schulenburg, and Andreas Honecker
Quantum Magnetism in Two Dimensions: From Semi-classical Néel Order to Magnetic Disorder
Notes Phys. 645, 85 (2004).
4) Omid Nohadani, Stefan Wessel, and Stephan Haas
Quantum Phase Transitions in Coupled Dimer Compounds
Rev. B 72, 024440 (2005).
3) Philipp Werner and Matthias Troyer
Effective charging energy of the single electron box
Stat. Mech. P01003 (2005).
2) Philipp Werner and Matthias Troyer
A cluster algorithm for resistively shunted Josephson junctions
Rev. Lett. 95, 060201 (2005).
1) Fabien Alet, Stefan Wessel, and Matthias Troyer
Generalized Directed Loop Method for Quantum Monte Carlo Simulations
Rev. E 71, 036706 (2005).
0) Subir Sachdev, Philipp Werner, and Matthias Troyer
Universal conductance of nanowires near the superconductor-metal quantum transition
Rev. Lett. 92 237003 (2004).