Plaquette expansion of the 2D anti-ferromagnetic Heisenberg model
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The plaquette expansion of the Lanczos recursion method is applied to the two dimensional anti-ferromagnetic Heisenberg model. Connected Hamiltonian moments are calculated with respect to the Neel state up to n = 6. The subsequent plaquette expansion of the Lanczos matrix in the number of plaquettes on the lattice, Np, is determined to order 1/Np. Diagonalizing the Lanczos matrix in this form gives an upper bound on the energy density of -0.664 in the limit Np → ∞, in good agreement with existing calculations. 4 refs., 1 tab., 2 figs
Excitation of bond-alternating spin-1/2 Heisenberg chains by tunnelling electrons
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Inelastic electron tunneling spectra (IETS) are evaluated for spin-1/2 Heisenberg chains showing different phases of their spin ordering. The spin ordering is controlled by the value of the two different Heisenberg couplings on the two sides of each of the chain's atoms (bond-alternating chains). The perfect anti-ferromagnetic phase, i.e. a unique exchange coupling, marks a topological quantum phase transition (TQPT) of the bond-alternating chain. Our calculations show that the TQPT is recognizable in the excited states of the chain and hence that IETS is in principle capable of discriminating the phases. We show that perfectly symmetric chains, such as closed rings mimicking infinite chains, yield the same spectra on both sides of the TQPT and IETS cannot reveal the nature of the spin phase. However, for finite size open chains, both sides of the TQPT are associated with different IETS spectra, especially on the edge atoms, thus outlining the transition. (paper)
Seeing time-reversal transmission characteristics through kinetic anti-ferromagnetic Ising chain
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Chen Ying-Ming; Wang Bing-Zhong
2012-01-01
As an example of our new approach to complex near-field (NF) scattering of electromagnetic waves,the timereversal (TR) transmission process on an NF current-element array is mapped to the statistical process on a kinetic Ising transmission chain.Equilibrium statistical mechanics and non-equilibrium Monte Carlo (MC) dynamics help us to find signal jamming,aging,annihilating,creating,and TR symmetry breaking on the chain with inevitable background noises; and these results are general in NF systems where complex electromagnetic scattering arises.
Seeing time-reversal transmission characteristics through kinetic anti-ferromagnetic Ising chain
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As an example of our new approach to complex near-field (NF) scattering of electromagnetic waves, the time-reversal (TR) transmission process on an NF current-element array is mapped to the statistical process on a kinetic Ising transmission chain. Equilibrium statistical mechanics and non-equilibrium Monte Carlo (MC) dynamics help us to find signal jamming, aging, annihilating, creating, and TR symmetry breaking on the chain with inevitable background noises; and these results are general in NF systems where complex electromagnetic scattering arises. (condensed matter: structural, mechanical, and thermal properties)
Edge states in Open Antiferromagnetic Heisenberg Chains
Qin, Shaojin; Ng, Tai-Kai; Su, Zhao-Bin
1995-01-01
In this letter we report our results in investigating edge effects of open antiferromagnetic Heisenberg spin chains with spin magnitudes $S=1/2, 1,3/2,2$ using the density-matrix renormalization group (DMRG) method initiated by White. For integer spin chains, we find that edge states with spin magnitude $S_{edge}=S/2$ exist, in agreement with Valence-Bond-Solid model picture. For half-integer spin chains, we find that no edge states exist for $S=1/2$ spin chain, but edge state exists in $S=3/...
Magnetic Heisenberg-chain/pp-wave correspondence
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We find a decoupling limit of planar N = 4 super Yang-Mills (SYM) on R x S3 in which it becomes equivalent to the ferromagnetic XXX1/2 Heisenberg spin chain in an external magnetic field. The decoupling limit generalizes the one found in ref. [4] corresponding to the case with zero magnetic field. The presence of the magnetic field is seen to break the degeneracy of the vacuum sector and it has a non-trivial effect on the low energy spectrum. We find a general connection between the Hagedorn temperature of planar N = 4 SYM on R x S3 in the decoupling limit and the thermodynamics of the Heisenberg chain. This is used to study the Hagedorn temperature for small and large value of the effective coupling. We consider the dual decoupling limit of type IIB strings on AdS5 x S5. We find a Penrose limit compatible with the decoupling limit that gives a magnetic pp-wave background. The breaking of the symmetry by the magnetic field on the gauge theory side is seen to have a geometric counterpart in the derivation of the Penrose limit. We take the decoupling limit of the pp-wave spectrum and succesfully match the resulting spectrum to the low energy spectrum on the gauge theory side. This enables us to match the Hagedorn temperature of the pp-wave to the Hagedorn temperature of the gauge theory for large effective coupling. This generalizes the results of ref. [5] to the case of non-zero magnetic field
Ising and Heisenberg models on ferrimagnetic AB sub 2 chains
Vitoriano, C; Raposo, E P
2002-01-01
We study the Ising and Heisenberg models on one-dimensional ferrimagnetic bipartite chains with the special AB sub 2 unit-cell topology and experimental motivation in inorganic and organic magnetic polymers. The spin-1/2 AB sub 2 Ising case is exactly solved in the presence of an external magnetic field. We also derive asymptotical low- and high-temperature limits of several thermodynamical quantities of the zero-field classical AB sub 2 Heisenberg model. Further, the quantum spin-1/2 AB sub 2 Heisenberg model in a field is studied using a mean-field approach.
The spin-partitioned total position-spread tensor: An application to Heisenberg spin chains
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The spin partition of the Total Position-Spread (TPS) tensor has been performed for one-dimensional Heisenberg chains with open boundary conditions. Both the cases of a ferromagnetic (high-spin) and an anti-ferromagnetic (low-spin) ground-state have been considered. In the case of a low-spin ground-state, the use of alternating magnetic couplings allowed to investigate the effect of spin-pairing. The behavior of the spin-partitioned TPS (SP-TPS) tensor as a function of the number of sites turned to be closely related to the presence of an energy gap between the ground-state and the first excited-state at the thermodynamic limit. Indeed, a gapped energy spectrum is associated to a linear growth of the SP-TPS tensor with the number of sites. On the other hand, in gapless situations, the spread presents a faster-than-linear growth, resulting in the divergence of its per-site value. Finally, for the case of a high-spin wave function, an analytical expression of the dependence of the SP-TPS on the number of sites n and the total spin-projection Sz has been derived
The spin-partitioned total position-spread tensor: An application to Heisenberg spin chains
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Fertitta, Edoardo; Paulus, Beate [Institut für Chemie und Biochemie, Freie Universität Berlin, Takustr. 3, 14195 Berlin (Germany); El Khatib, Muammar; Evangelisti, Stefano; Leininger, Thierry [Laboratoire de Chimie et Physique Quantiques–LCPQ/IRSAMC, Université de Toulouse (UPS) et CNRS (UMR-5626), 118 Route de Narbonne, Toulouse Cedex 31062 (France); Bendazzoli, Gian Luigi [Dipartimento di Chimica Industriale “Toso Montanari,” Università di Bologna, Viale Risorgimento 4, I–40136 Bologna (Italy)
2015-12-28
The spin partition of the Total Position-Spread (TPS) tensor has been performed for one-dimensional Heisenberg chains with open boundary conditions. Both the cases of a ferromagnetic (high-spin) and an anti-ferromagnetic (low-spin) ground-state have been considered. In the case of a low-spin ground-state, the use of alternating magnetic couplings allowed to investigate the effect of spin-pairing. The behavior of the spin-partitioned TPS (SP-TPS) tensor as a function of the number of sites turned to be closely related to the presence of an energy gap between the ground-state and the first excited-state at the thermodynamic limit. Indeed, a gapped energy spectrum is associated to a linear growth of the SP-TPS tensor with the number of sites. On the other hand, in gapless situations, the spread presents a faster-than-linear growth, resulting in the divergence of its per-site value. Finally, for the case of a high-spin wave function, an analytical expression of the dependence of the SP-TPS on the number of sites n and the total spin-projection S{sub z} has been derived.
Low temperature spin wave dynamics in classical Heisenberg chains
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Heller, P.; Blume, M.
1977-11-01
A detailed and quantitative study of the low-temperature spin-wave dynamics was made for the classical Heisenberg-coupled chain using computer simulation. Results for the spin-wave damping rates and the renormalization of the spin-wave frequencies are presented and compared with existing predictions.
Phonon dynamics in a compressible classical Heisenberg chain
Fivez, Jan; Raedt, Hans De; Raedt, Bart De
1980-01-01
The dynamic properties of the compressible classical Heisenberg chain with bilinear coupling are investigated. The sound velocity is calculated exactly. The Fourier-transformed displacement-displacement correlation function is studied as a function of temperature, wave vector, and the model paramete
Teleportation via thermally entangled states of a two-qubit Heisenberg XXZ chain
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QIN Meng; TAO Ying-Juan; TIAN Dong-Ping
2008-01-01
We investigate quantum teleportation as a tool to study the thermally entangled state of a twoqubit Heisenberg XXZ chain.Our work is mainly to investigate the characteristics of a Heisenberg XXZ chain and get some analytical results of the fully entangled fraction.We also consider the entanglement teleportation via a two-qubit Heisenberg XXZ chain.
The Heisenberg XX spin chain and low-energy QCD
Pérez-García, David; Tierz, Miguel
2013-01-01
By using random matrix models we uncover a connection between the low energy sector of four dimensional QCD at finite volume and the Heisenberg XX model in a 1d spin chain. This connection allows to relate crucial properties of QCD with physically meaningful properties of the spin chain, establishing a dictionary between both worlds. We predict for the spin chain a third-order phase transition and a Tracy-Widom law in the transition region. We postulate that this dictionary goes beyond the pa...
Quantum Correlations and Teleportation in Heisenberg XX Spin Chain
Qin, Wan; Guo, Jin-Liang
2015-07-01
We investigate the thermal quantum correlations in the Heisenberg XX spin chain, and the teleportation of a two-qubit entangled state via the spin chain is analyzed. It is found that the effects of external magnetic field and three-site interaction on the thermal entanglement and quantum discord between the nearest or the next nearest neighbor qubits behave differently in various aspects. Special attention is paid to how to enhance the quantum correlations of the output state and the average fidelity of the teleportation. We find that quantum discord gives a better performance in the quantum correlations transmission, and the three-site interaction is necessary for a successful teleportation.
Spin transport of weakly disordered Heisenberg chain at infinite temperature
Khait, Ilia; Gazit, Snir; Yao, Norman Y.; Auerbach, Assa
2016-06-01
We study the disordered Heisenberg spin chain, which exhibits many-body localization at strong disorder, in the weak to moderate disorder regime. A continued fraction calculation of dynamical correlations is devised, using a variational extrapolation of recurrents. Good convergence for the infinite chain limit is shown. We find that the local spin correlations decay at long times as C ˜t-β , whereas the conductivity exhibits a low-frequency power law σ ˜ωα . The exponents depict subdiffusive behavior β 0 at all finite disorders and convergence to the scaling result α +2 β =1 at large disorders.
Quasiparticle interactions in frustrated Heisenberg chains
Vanderstraeten, Laurens; Haegeman, Jutho; Verstraete, Frank; Poilblanc, Didier
2016-06-01
Interactions between elementary excitations in quasi-one-dimensional antiferromagnets are of experimental relevance and their quantitative theoretical treatment has been a theoretical challenge for many years. Using matrix product states, one can explicitly determine the wave functions of the one- and two-particle excitations, and, consequently, the contributions to dynamical correlations. We apply this framework to the (nonintegrable) frustrated dimerized spin-1/2 chain, a model for generic spin-Peierls systems, where low-energy quasiparticle excitations are bound states of topological solitons. The spin structure factor involving two quasiparticle scattering states is obtained in the thermodynamic limit with full momentum and frequency resolution. This allows very subtle features in the two-particle spectral function to be revealed which, we argue, could be seen, e.g., in inelastic neutron scattering of spin-Peierls compounds under a change of the external pressure.
Entanglement Perturbation Theory for Antiferromagnetic Heisenberg Spin Chains
Wang, Lihua; Chung, Sung Gong
2012-11-01
A recently developed numerical method, entanglement perturbation theory (EPT), is used to study the antiferromagnetic Heisenberg spin chains with z-axis anisotropy λ and magnetic field B. To demonstrate its accuracy, we first apply EPT to the isotropic spin-1/2 antiferromagnetic Heisenberg model, and find that EPT successfully reproduces the exact Bethe ansatz results for the ground state energy, the local magnetization, and the spin correlation functions (Bethe ansatz result is available for the first seven lattice separations). In particular, EPT confirms for the first time the asymptotic behavior of the spin correlation functions predicted by the conformal field theory, which realizes only for lattice separations larger than 1000. Next, turning on the z-axis anisotropy and the magnetic field, the 2- and 4-spin correlation functions are calculated, and the results are compared with those obtained by bosonization and density matrix renormalization group methods. Finally, for the spin-1 antiferromagnetic Heisenberg model, the ground state phase diagram in λ space is determined by Roomany--Wyld renormalization group (RG) finite size scaling. The results are in good agreement with those obtained by the level-spectroscopy method.
Quantum Teleportation Through a Two-Qubit Heisenberg XXZ Chain
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We consider a two-qubit Heisenberg XXZ chain as a resource for quantum teleportation via the standard teleportation protocol T0. The effects of anisotropic on teleportation fidelity and entanglement are studied in detail. We find anisotropic not only improves the critical temperature Tc and critical magnetic field Bc, beyond which quantum teleportation is inferior to classical communication protocol, but also enhances the fidelity for fixed magnetic field B and temperature T. For entanglement teleportation, the effects of magnetic field on average fidelity and output entanglement are studied
Q-operators for the open Heisenberg spin chain
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Rouven Frassek
2015-12-01
Full Text Available We construct Q-operators for the open spin-12 XXX Heisenberg spin chain with diagonal boundary matrices. The Q-operators are defined as traces over an infinite-dimensional auxiliary space involving novel types of reflection operators derived from the boundary Yang–Baxter equation. We argue that the Q-operators defined in this way are polynomials in the spectral parameter and show that they commute with transfer matrix. Finally, we prove that the Q-operators satisfy Baxter's TQ-equation and derive the explicit form of their eigenvalues in terms of the Bethe roots.
Q-operators for the open Heisenberg spin chain
Frassek, Rouven; Szécsényi, István M.
2015-12-01
We construct Q-operators for the open spin-1/2 XXX Heisenberg spin chain with diagonal boundary matrices. The Q-operators are defined as traces over an infinite-dimensional auxiliary space involving novel types of reflection operators derived from the boundary Yang-Baxter equation. We argue that the Q-operators defined in this way are polynomials in the spectral parameter and show that they commute with transfer matrix. Finally, we prove that the Q-operators satisfy Baxter's TQ-equation and derive the explicit form of their eigenvalues in terms of the Bethe roots.
Q-operators for the open Heisenberg spin chain
Frassek, Rouven
2015-01-01
We construct Q-operators for the open spin-1/2 XXX Heisenberg spin chain with diagonal boundary matrices. The Q-operators are defined as traces over an infinite-dimensional auxiliary space involving novel types of reflection operators derived from the boundary Yang-Baxter equation. We argue that the Q-operators defined in this way are polynomials in the spectral parameter and show that they commute with transfer matrix. Finally, we prove that the Q-operators satisfy Baxter's TQ-equation.
Stochastic motion of solitary excitations on the classical Heisenberg chain
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We study stochastic motion of solitary excitations on a classical, discrete, isotropic, ferromagnetic Heisenberg spin chain with nearest-neighbour exchange interactions. Gaussian white noise is coupled to the spins in a way that allows for the noise to be interpreted as a stochastic magnetic field. The noise translates into a collective stochastic force affecting a solitary excitation as a whole. The position of a solitary excitation has to be calculated from the noisy spin configuration, i.e. the position is defined as a function of the spin components. Two examples of such definitions are given, because we want to investigate the dependence of the results on the choice of definition. Using these definitions, we calculate the variance of the position as a function of time and determine the variance from simulations as well. The calculations require knowledge of the shape of the solitary wave. We approximate the shape with that of soliton solutions of the continuum Heisenberg chain, restricting our considerations to solitary waves of large width, in which case this approximation is good. The calculations yield a linear dependence of the variance on time, the slope being determined by parameters describing the shape of the soliton. The two definitions of the position we use provide different results for this slope. The origin of this difference is discussed. With both definitions very good agreement is found between the results of the simulations and the corresponding theoretical results, for not too large time scales. (author)
Quantum communication through anisotropic Heisenberg XY spin chains
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We study quantum communication through an anisotropic Heisenberg XY chain in a transverse magnetic field. We find that for some time t and anisotropy parameter γ, one can transfer a state with a relatively high fidelity. In the strong-field regime, the anisotropy does not significantly affect the fidelity while in the weak-field regime the affect is quite pronounced. The most interesting case is the intermediate regime where the oscillation of the fidelity with time is low and the high-fidelity peaks are relatively broad. This would, in principle, allow for quantum communication in realistic circumstances. Moreover, we calculate the purity, or tangle, as a measure of the entanglement between one spin and all the other spins in the chain and find that the stronger the anisotropy and exchange interaction, the more entanglement will be generated for a given time
Overlap distributions for quantum quenches in the anisotropic Heisenberg chain
Mazza, Paolo P.; Stéphan, Jean-Marie; Canovi, Elena; Alba, Vincenzo; Brockmann, Michael; Haque, Masudul
2016-01-01
The dynamics after a quantum quench is determined by the weights of the initial state in the eigenspectrum of the final Hamiltonian, i.e. by the distribution of overlaps in the energy spectrum. We present an analysis of such overlap distributions for quenches of the anisotropy parameter in the one-dimensional anisotropic spin-1/2 Heisenberg model (XXZ chain). We provide an overview of the form of the overlap distribution for quenches from various initial anisotropies to various final ones, using numerical exact diagonalization. We show that if the system is prepared in the antiferromagnetic Néel state (infinite anisotropy) and released into a non-interacting setup (zero anisotropy, XX point) only a small fraction of the final eigenstates gives contributions to the post-quench dynamics, and that these eigenstates have identical overlap magnitudes. We derive expressions for the overlaps, and present the selection rules that determine the final eigenstates having nonzero overlap. We use these results to derive concise expressions for time-dependent quantities (Loschmidt echo, longitudinal and transverse correlators) after the quench. We use perturbative analyses to understand the overlap distribution for quenches from infinite to small nonzero anisotropies, and for quenches from large to zero anisotropy.
The generalized Gibbs ensemble for Heisenberg spin chains
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We consider the generalized Gibbs ensemble (GGE) in the context of global quantum quenches in XXZ Heisenberg spin chains. Embedding the GGE into the quantum transfer matrix formalism, we develop an iterative procedure to fix the Lagrange multipliers and to calculate predictions for the long-time limit of short-range correlators. The main idea is to consider truncated GGEs with only a finite number of charges and to investigate the convergence of the numerical results as the truncation level is increased. As an example we consider a quantum quench situation where the system is initially prepared in the Néel state and then evolves with an XXZ Hamiltonian with anisotropy Δ > 1. We provide predictions for short-range correlators and gather numerical evidence that the iterative procedure indeed converges. The results show that the system retains memory of the initial condition, and there are clear differences between the numerical values of the correlators as calculated from the purely thermal and generalized Gibbs ensembles. (paper)
Abgaryan, V S; Ananikian, N. S.; Ananikyan, L. N.; Hovhannisyan, V.
2014-01-01
Thermal entanglement, magnetic and quadrupole moments properties of the mixed spin-1/2 and spin-1 Ising-Heisenberg model on a diamond chain are considered. Magnetization and quadrupole moment plateaus are observed for the antiferromagnetic couplings. Thermal negativity as a measure of quantum entanglement of the mixed spin system is calculated. Different behavior for the negativity is obtained for the various values of Heisenberg dipolar and quadrupole couplings. The intermediate plateau of t...
Strong Coulomb effects in hole-doped Heisenberg chains
Schnack, J.
2005-06-01
Substances such as the “telephone number compound” Sr14Cu24O41 are intrinsically hole-doped. The involved interplay of spin and charge dynamics is a challenge for theory. In this article we propose to describe hole-doped Heisenberg spin rings by means of complete numerical diagonalization of a Heisenberg Hamiltonian that depends parametrically on hole positions and includes the screened Coulomb interaction among the holes. It is demonstrated that key observables like magnetic susceptibility, specific heat, and inelastic neutron scattering cross section depend sensitively on the dielectric constant of the screened Coulomb potential.
Determinant representation for the time dependent correlation functions in the XX0 Heisenberg chain
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Time dependent correlation functions in the Heisenberg XX0 chain in the external transverse magnetic field are calculated. For a finite chain normalized mean values of local spin products are represented as determinants of NxN matrices, N being the number of quasiparticles in the corresponding eigenstate of the Hamiltonian. In the thermodynamical limit (infinitely long chain), correlation functions are expressed in terms of Fredholm determinants of linear integral operators. (author) 24 refs
Thermal entanglement in a two-qubit Heisenberg XY chain with the Dzyaloshinskii-Moriya interaction
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Qin Meng; Xu Sheng-Long; Tao Ying-Juan; Tian Dong-Ping
2008-01-01
This paper investigates thermal entanglements of a two-qubit Heisenberg XY chain in the presence of the Dzyaioshinskii-Moriya anisotropic antisymmetric interaction. By the concept of concurrence, it is found that the effects of spin-orbit coupling on the entanglement are different from those of spin-spin model. The analytical expressions of concurrence are obtained for this model.
Abgaryan, V. S.; Ananikian, N. S.; Ananikyan, L. N.; Hovhannisyan, V.
2015-02-01
Thermal entanglement, magnetic and quadrupole moments properties of the mixed spin-1/2 and spin-1 Ising-Heisenberg model on a diamond chain are considered. Magnetization and quadrupole moment plateaus are observed for the antiferromagnetic couplings. Thermal negativity as a measure of quantum entanglement of the mixed spin system is calculated. Different behavior for the negativity is obtained for the various values of Heisenberg dipolar and quadrupole couplings. The intermediate plateau of the negativity has been observed at the absence of the single-ion anisotropy and quadrupole interaction term. When dipolar and quadrupole couplings are equal there is a similar behavior of negativity and quadrupole moment.
Ground state properties of a spin chain within Heisenberg model with a single lacking spin site
MEBROUKI, M.
2011-01-01
The ground state and first excited state energies of an antiferromagnetic spin-1/2 chain with and without a single lacking spin site are computed using exact diagonalization method, within the Heisenberg model. In order to keep both parts of a spin chain with a lacking site connected, next nearest neighbors interactions are then introduced. Also, the Density Matrix Renormalization Group (DMRG) method is used, to investigate ground state energies of large system sizes; which permits us to inq...
Topological basis realization for BMW algebra and Heisenberg XXZ spin chain model
Liu, Bo; Xue, Kang; Wang, Gangcheng; Liu, Ying; Sun, Chunfang
2015-04-01
In this paper, we study three-dimensional (3D) reduced Birman-Murakami-Wenzl (BMW) algebra based on topological basis theory. Several examples of BMW algebra representations are reviewed. We also discuss a special solution of BMW algebra, which can be used to construct Heisenberg XXZ model. The theory of topological basis provides a useful method to solve quantum spin chain models. It is also shown that the ground state of XXZ spin chain is superposition state of topological basis.
Antiferromagnetic Heisenberg Spin Chain of a Few Cold Atoms in a One-Dimensional Trap
Murmann, S.; Deuretzbacher, F.; Zürn, G.; Bjerlin, J.; Reimann, S. M.; Santos, L.; Lompe, T.; Jochim, S.
2015-11-01
We report on the deterministic preparation of antiferromagnetic Heisenberg spin chains consisting of up to four fermionic atoms in a one-dimensional trap. These chains are stabilized by strong repulsive interactions between the two spin components without the need for an external periodic potential. We independently characterize the spin configuration of the chains by measuring the spin orientation of the outermost particle in the trap and by projecting the spatial wave function of one spin component on single-particle trap levels. Our results are in good agreement with a spin-chain model for fermionized particles and with numerically exact diagonalizations of the full few-fermion system.
Finite size scaling for low energy excitations in integer Heisenberg spin chains
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In this paper we study the finite size scaling for low energy excitations of S = 1 and S = 2 Heisenberg chains, using the density matrix renormalization group technique. A crossover from 1/L behaviour (with L as the chain length) for medium chain length to 1/L2 scaling for long chain length is found for excitations in the continuum band as the length of the open chain increases. Topological spin S = 1/2 excitations are shown to give rise to the two lowest energy states for both open and periodic S = 1 chains. In periodic chains these two excitations are ''confined'' next to each other, while for open chains they are two free edge 1/2 spins. The finite size scaling of the two lowest energy excitations of open S = 2 chains is determined by coupling the two free edge S = 1 spins. The gap and correlation length for S = 2 open Heisenberg chains are shown to be 0.082 (in units of the exchange J) and 47, respectively. (author). 23 refs, 5 figs
A quaternionic map for the steady states of the Heisenberg spin-chain
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We show that the steady states of the classical Heisenberg XXX spin-chain in an external magnetic field can be found by iterations of a quaternionic map. A restricted model, e.g., the xy spin-chain is known to have spatially chaotic steady states and the phase space occupied by these chaotic states is known to go through discrete changes as the field strength is varied. The same phenomenon is studied for the xxx spin-chain. It is seen that in this model the phase space volume varies smoothly with the external field.
A quaternionic map for the steady states of the Heisenberg spin-chain
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Mehta, Mitaxi P., E-mail: mitaxi.mehta@ahduni.edu.in [IICT, Ahmedabad University, Opp. IIM, Navrangpura, Ahmedabad (India); Dutta, Souvik; Tiwari, Shubhanshu [BITS-Pilani, K.K. Birla Goa campus, Goa (India)
2014-01-17
We show that the steady states of the classical Heisenberg XXX spin-chain in an external magnetic field can be found by iterations of a quaternionic map. A restricted model, e.g., the xy spin-chain is known to have spatially chaotic steady states and the phase space occupied by these chaotic states is known to go through discrete changes as the field strength is varied. The same phenomenon is studied for the xxx spin-chain. It is seen that in this model the phase space volume varies smoothly with the external field.
Mapping between the Heisenberg XX Spin Chain and Low-Energy QCD
Pérez-García, David; Tierz, Miguel
2014-04-01
By using random matrix models, we uncover a connection between the low-energy sector of four-dimensional QCD at finite volume and the Heisenberg XX model in a 1D spin chain. This connection allows us to relate crucial properties of QCD with physically meaningful properties of the spin chain, establishing a dictionary between both worlds. For the spin chain, we predict a third-order phase transition and a Tracy-Widom law in the transition region. We also comment on possible numerical implications of the connection as well as on possible experimental implementations.
Mapping between the Heisenberg XX Spin Chain and Low-Energy QCD
Pérez García, David; Tierz, Miguel
2014-01-01
By using random matrix models, we uncover a connection between the low-energy sector of four-dimensional QCD at finite volume and the Heisenberg XX model in a 1D spin chain. This connection allows us to relate crucial properties of QCD with physically meaningful properties of the spin chain, establishing a dictionary between both worlds. For the spin chain, we predict a third-order phase transition and a Tracy-Widom law in the transition region. We also comment on possible numerical implicati...
Frustrated diamond-chain quantum XXZ Heisenberg antiferromagnet in a magnetic field
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We consider the antiferromagnetic spin-1/2 XXZ Heisenberg model on a frustrated diamond-chain lattice in a z- or x-aligned external magnetic field. We use the strong-coupling approach to elaborate an effective description in the low-temperature strong-field regime. The obtained effective models are spin-1/2 XY chains which are exactly solvable through the Jordan–Wigner fermionization. We perform exact-diagonalization studies of the magnetization curves to test the quality of the effective description. The results may have relevance for the description of the azurite spin-chain compound
Algebraic Bethe ansatz for Q-operators: the Heisenberg spin chain
Frassek, Rouven
2015-07-01
We diagonalize Q-operators for rational homogeneous {sl}(2)-invariant Heisenberg spin chains using the algebraic Bethe ansatz. After deriving the fundamental commutation relations relevant for this case from the Yang-Baxter equation we demonstrate that the Q-operators act diagonally on the Bethe vectors if the Bethe equations are satisfied. In this way we provide a direct proof that the eigenvalues of the Q-operators studied here are given by Baxter's Q-functions.
Temperature Dependence of Energy Gaps in Spin-1/2 Dimerized Heisenberg Chain
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江学范; 邢定钰; 陈鸿
2002-01-01
We present a method which combines a thermal coherent state approach with a self-consistent quantum theory to investigate the spin-1/2 dimerized antiferromagnetic Heisenberg chain. It is found that both excitation gaps between the ground state and two lowest excited modes, the triplet one-magnon excitation and the singlet twomagnon bound state decrease monotonically with increasing temperature. Our results are consistent with those obtained from the other approximations.
Quantum teleportation via a two-qubit Heisenberg XY chain-effects of anisotropy and magnetic field
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In this paper we study the influence of anisotropy on the usefulness of the entanglement in a two-qubit Heisenberg XY chain at thermal equilibrium in the presence of an external magnetic field, as a resource for quantum teleportation via the standard teleportation protocol. We show that the nonzero thermal entanglement produced by adjusting the external magnetic field beyond some critical strength is a useful resource. We also consider entanglement teleportation via two two-qubit Heisenberg XY chains
Thermal entanglement of the Ising-Heisenberg diamond chain with Dzyaloshinskii-Moriya interaction
Qiao, Jie; Zhou, Bin
2015-11-01
We investigate the thermal entanglement in a spin-1/2 Ising-Heisenberg diamond chain, in which the vertical Heisenberg spin dimers alternate with single Ising spins. Due to the fact that the Dzyaloshinskii-Moriya (DM) interaction contributes to unusual and interesting magnetic properties in actual materials, and moreover it plays a significant role in the degree of the entanglement of the Heisenberg quantum spin systems, we focus on the effects of different DM interactions, including Dz and Dx, on the thermal entanglement of the Heisenberg spin dimer. The concurrence, as a measure of spin dimer entanglement, is calculated for different values of exchange interactions, DM interaction, external magnetic field, and temperature. It is found that the critical temperature and the critical magnetic field corresponding to the vanishing of entanglement increase with DM interaction, and the entanglement revival region gets larger by increasing DM interaction, thus DM interaction favors the formation of the thermal entanglement. It is observed that different DM interaction parameters (Dz and Dx) have remarkably different influences on the entanglement. Different from the case Dz, there is the non-monotonic variation of the concurrence with temperature in the case Dx, and additionally the DM interaction Dx can induce the entanglement near zero temperature in the case that the antiferromagnetic Ising-type interaction constant is larger than the antiferromagnetic Heisenberg interaction constant. It is also shown that for the same value of DM interaction the critical magnetic field of the case Dx is larger than that of the case Dz. Project supported by the National Natural Science Foundation of China (Grant No. 11274102), the New Century Excellent Talents in University of Ministry of Education of China (Grant No. NCET-11-0960), and the Specialized Research Fund for the Doctoral Program of Higher Education of China (Grant No. 20134208110001).
Quantum entanglement in trimer spin-1/2 Heisenberg chains with antiferromagnetic coupling
Del Cima, O M; da Silva, S L L
2015-01-01
The quantum entanglement measure is determined, for the first time, for antiferromagnetic trimer spin-1/2 Heisenberg chains. The physical quantity proposed to measure the entanglement is the distance between states by adopting the Hilbert-Schmidt norm. The method is applied to the new magnetic Cu(II) trimer system, 2b.3CuCl_2.2H_2O, and to the trinuclear Cu(II) halide salt, (3MAP)_2Cu_2Cl_8. The decoherence temperature, above which the entanglement is suppressed, is determined for the both systems. A correlation among their decoherence temperatures and their respective exchange coupling constants is established.
Quantum lattice fluctuations in a frustrated Heisenberg spin-Peierls chain
Weisse, A.; Wellein, G.; Fehske, H.
1999-01-01
As a simple model for spin-Peierls systems we study a frustrated Heisenberg chain coupled to optical phonons. In view of the anorganic spin-Peierls compound CuGeO3 we consider two different mechanisms of spin-phonon coupling. Combining variational concepts in the adiabatic regime and perturbation theory in the anti-adiabatic regime we derive effective spin Hamiltonians which cover the dynamical effect of phonons in an approximate way. Ground-state phase diagrams of these models are determined...
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We studied the trace distance, the Hellinger distance, and the Bures distance geometric quantum discords (GQDs) for a two-spin Heisenberg XX chain with the Dzyaloshinsky–Moriya (DM) interaction and the external magnetic fields. We found that considerable enhancement of the GQDs can be achieved by introducing the DM interaction, and their maxima were obtained when the strength of the DM interaction approaches infinity. The external magnetic fields and the increase of the temperature can also enhance the GQDs to some extent during certain specific parameter regions
Quantum phase transition and entanglement in Heisenberg XX spin chain with impurity
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In this paper, we study the quantum phase transition and the effect of impurity on the thermal entanglement between any two lattices in three-qubit Heisenberg XX chain in a uniform magnetic field. We show that the quantum phase transition always appears when impurity parameter is an arbitrary constant and unequal to zero, the external magnetic field and impurity parameters have a great effect on it. Also, there exists a relation between the quantum phase transition and the entanglement. By modulating the temperature, magnetic field and the impurity parameters, the entanglement between any two lattices can exhibit platform-like behaviour, which can be used to realize entanglement switch. (general)
Disorder-induced phases in the S=1 antiferromagnetic Heisenberg chain
Lajkó, Péter; Carlon, Enrico; Rieger, Heiko; Iglói, Ferenc
2005-09-01
We use extensive density matrix renormalization group (DMRG) calculations to explore the phase diagram of the random S=1 antiferromagnetic Heisenberg chain with a power-law distribution of the exchange couplings. We use open chains and monitor the lowest gaps, the end-to-end correlation function and the string order parameter. For this distribution at weak disorder, the system is in the gapless Haldane phase with a disorder dependent dynamical exponent, z , and z=1 signals the border between the nonsingular and singular regions of the local susceptibility. For strong enough disorder, which approximately corresponds to a uniform distribution, a transition into the random singlet phase is detected, at which the string order parameter as well as the average end-to-end correlation function are vanishing and at the same time the dynamical exponent is divergent. Singularities of physical quantities are found to be somewhat different in the random singlet phase and in the critical point.
Quantum Teleportation via Completely Anisotropic Heisenberg Chain in Inhomogeneous Magnetic Field
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The quantum teleportation with the entangled thermal state is investigated based on the completely anisotropic Heisenberg chain in the presence of the externally inhomogeneous magnetic field. The effects of the anisotropy and magnetic field for the quantum fidelity are studied in detail. The zero temperature limit and the features of the nonzero temperature for this nonclassical fidelity are obtained. We find that the quantum teleportation demands more stringent conditions than the thermal entanglement of the resource by investigating the threshold temperature of the thermal concurrence and the critical temperature of the maximal teleportation fidelity. The useful quantum teleportation should avoid the point of the phase transition of the system and the anisotropy of the chain and the external magnetic field can control the applicability of the resource in the quantum teleportation. (general)
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Thermal entanglement of a two-qubit Heisenberg chain in the presence of the Dzyaloshinski-Moriya (DM) anisotropic antisymmetric interaction and entanglement teleportation when using two independent Heisenberg chains as the quantum channel are investigated. It is found that the DM interaction can excite entanglement and teleportation fidelity. The output entanglement increases linearly with increasing value of the input; its dependences on the temperature, DM interaction, and spin coupling constant are given in detail. Entanglement teleportation will be better realized via an antiferromagnetic spin chain when the DM interaction is turned off and the temperature is low. However, the introduction of the DM interaction can cause the ferromagnetic spin chain to be a better quantum channel for teleportation. A minimal entanglement of the thermal state in the model is needed to realize the entanglement teleportation regardless of whether the spin chains are antiferromagnetic or ferromagnetic
Lari, Behzad
2011-01-01
This is a thesis submitted to university of Pune, India, for the Ph.D. degree. This work deals with entanglement production in two qubit, two qutrit and three qubit systems, entanglement in indistinguishable fermionic systems, quantum discord in a Heisenberg chain and geometric measure of quantum discord in an arbitrary state of a bipartite quantum system.
Quantum lattice fluctuations in a frustrated Heisenberg spin-Peierls chain
Weiße, A.; Wellein, G.; Fehske, H.
1999-09-01
As a simple model for spin-Peierls systems we study a frustrated Heisenberg chain coupled to optical phonons. In view of the anorganic spin-Peierls compound CuGeO3 we consider two different mechanisms of spin-phonon coupling. Combining variational concepts in the adiabatic regime and perturbation theory in the antiadiabatic regime we derive effective spin Hamiltonians which cover the dynamical effect of phonons in an approximate way. Ground-state phase diagrams of these models are determined, and the effect of frustration is discussed. Comparing the properties of the ground state and low-lying excitations with exact diagonalization data for the full quantum spin-phonon models, good agreement is found especially in the antiadiabatic regime.
Correlation functions of XX0 Heisenberg chain, q-binomial determinants, and random walks
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Bogoliubov, N.M.; Malyshev, C.
2014-02-15
The XX0 Heisenberg model on a cyclic chain is considered. The representation of the Bethe wave functions via the Schur functions allows to apply the well-developed theory of the symmetric functions to the calculation of the thermal correlation functions. The determinantal expressions of the form-factors and of the thermal correlation functions are obtained. The q-binomial determinants enable the connection of the form-factors with the generating functions both of boxed plane partitions and of self-avoiding lattice paths. The asymptotical behavior of the thermal correlation functions is studied in the limit of low temperature provided that the characteristic parameters of the system are large enough.
Correlation Functions of XX0 Heisenberg Chain, q-Binomial Determinants, and Random Walks
Bogoliubov, N M
2014-01-01
The XX0 Heisenberg model on a cyclic chain is considered. The representation of the Bethe wave functions via the Schur functions allows to apply the well-developed theory of the symmetric functions to the calculation of the thermal correlation functions. The determinantal expressions of the form-factors and of the thermal correlation functions are obtained. The q-binomial determinants enable the connection of the form-factors with the generating functions both of boxed plane partitions and of self-avoiding lattice paths. The asymptotical behavior of the thermal correlation functions is studied in the limit of low temperature provided that the characteristic parameters of the system are large enough.
Correlation functions of XX0 Heisenberg chain, q-binomial determinants, and random walks
Bogoliubov, N. M.; Malyshev, C.
2014-02-01
The XX0 Heisenberg model on a cyclic chain is considered. The representation of the Bethe wave functions via the Schur functions allows to apply the well-developed theory of the symmetric functions to the calculation of the thermal correlation functions. The determinantal expressions of the form-factors and of the thermal correlation functions are obtained. The q-binomial determinants enable the connection of the form-factors with the generating functions both of boxed plane partitions and of self-avoiding lattice paths. The asymptotical behavior of the thermal correlation functions is studied in the limit of low temperature provided that the characteristic parameters of the system are large enough.
Global bipartite entanglement in the three-qubit heisenberg XXX spin chain with impurity
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We study the global bipartite entanglement of the three-qubit Heisenberg XXX spin chain with impurity. Through calculating the negativities N1-23 and N12-3, we show that the critical temperature Tc above which the entanglement vanishes increases with the increase of the impurity parameter J1. For a given T, the corresponding critical impurity parameter J1c below which the entanglement vanishes increases with the increase of the magnetic field B, and by adjusting J1 and B one can control the values of N1-23 and N12-3. The maximum value of N12-3 decreases from 0.5 to 0.3727 as the temperature rises, but the one of N1-23 keeps the constant value of about 0.4714. (authors)
Local Magnetization in the Impure Spin 1/2 Anisotropic Ising-Heisenberg Chains
Gildenblat, Gennady
A theory of the Friedel-type oscillations of the local magnetization in the impure antiferromagnetic spin 1/2 chains is developed using the Green function equations of motion in the pseudo-fermion representation. For the isotropic XY (XX) chain, the problem is solved exactly, while the Ising-Heisenberg model is investigated numerically within a temperature-dependent Hartree-Fock approximation. It is shown that the Hartree-Fock self consistency equations for the uniformly magnetized XXZ chain can be recovered as a particular case of the formalism developed in the present work. Comparison with the earlier perturbation theory treatment in a free-fermion approximation reveals that the magnetic field dependence of the perturbation of the local magnetization is sensitive to the formation of the localized states and the exact form of the energy dispersion law of the quasi-particles. In particular it is shown that the perturbations of the local magnetization in the impure spin 1/2 chains disappear in the absence of the external magnetic field. Using the exact solution for the XY chain it is shown that unless the localized energy levels are formed outside the pseudo-fermion energy band the singularity of the local magnetization existing in the pure chain disappears at an arbitrary distance from the single impurity spin. For the ferromagnetic chain with the ferromagnetically coupled impurity the solution of the Hartree-Fock equations at low temperatures agrees reasonably with the results of the linear spin-wave theory. If the impurity is antiferromagnetically coupled, then, in contrast with the results of the spin -wave theory, the Hartree-Fock approximation agrees with the exact result for the zero-field ground state spin defect at the impurity site. Unlike the previous methods, the technique developed in this work permits investigation of the whole temperature range and predicts the correct Curie-Weiss behavior at sufficiently large temperatures.
Zhang, J; Zhang, W; Deng, Z; Liu, W; Lü, Z; Zhang, Jingfu; Long, Gui Lu; Zhang, Wei; Deng, Zhiwei; Liu, Wenzhang; Lu, Zhiheng
2005-01-01
The three- spin chain with Heisenberg XY- interaction is simulated in a three- qubit nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) quantum computer. The evolution caused by the XY- interaction is decomposed into a series of single- spin rotations and the $J$- coupling evolutions between the neighboring spins. The perfect state transfer (PST) algorithm proposed by M. Christandl et al [Phys. Rev. Lett, 92, 187902(2004)] is realized in the XY- chain.
Rao, K. Rama Koteswara; Kumar, Anil
2011-01-01
The evolution of entanglement in a 3-spin chain with nearest-neighbor Heisenberg-XY interactions for different initial states is investigated here. In an NMR experimental implementation, we generate multipartite entangled states starting from initial separable pseudo-pure states by simulating nearest-neighbor XY interactions in a 3-spin linear chain of nuclear spin qubits. For simulating XY interactions, we follow algebraic method of Zhang et al. [Phys. Rev. A 72, 012331 (2005)]. Bell state b...
Exactly solved mixed spin-(1,1/2) Ising–Heisenberg diamond chain with a single-ion anisotropy
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The mixed spin-(1,1/2) Ising–Heisenberg diamond chain with a single-ion anisotropy is exactly solved through the generalized decoration–iteration transformation and the transfer-matrix method. The decoration–iteration transformation is first used for establishing a rigorous mapping equivalence with the corresponding spin-1 Blume–Emery–Griffiths chain, which is subsequently exactly treated within the transfer-matrix technique. Apart from three classical ground states the model exhibits three striking quantum ground states in which a singlet-dimer state of the interstitial Heisenberg spins is accompanied either with a frustrated state or a polarized state or a non-magnetic state of the nodal Ising spins. It is evidenced that two magnetization plateaus at zero and/or one-half of the saturation magnetization may appear in low-temperature magnetization curves. The specific heat may display remarkable temperature dependences with up to three and four distinct round maxima in a zero and non-zero magnetic field, respectively. - Highlights: • Mixed spin-(1,1/2) Ising–Heisenberg diamond chain is exactly solved. • Quantum ground states with a singlet-dimer state of the Heisenberg spins are found. • Magnetization curve displays intermediate plateaus at zero and half of full magnetization. • Thermal dependences of specific heat may display up to four distinct peaks
Vanishing spin stiffness in the spin-1/2 Heisenberg chain for any nonzero temperature
Carmelo, J. M. P.; Prosen, T.; Campbell, D. K.
2015-10-01
Whether at the zero spin density m =0 and finite temperatures T >0 the spin stiffness of the spin-1 /2 X X X chain is finite or vanishes remains an unsolved and controversial issue, as different approaches yield contradictory results. Here we explicitly compute the stiffness at m =0 and find strong evidence that it vanishes. In particular, we derive an upper bound on the stiffness within a canonical ensemble at any fixed value of spin density m that is proportional to m2L in the thermodynamic limit of chain length L →∞ , for any finite, nonzero temperature, which implies the absence of ballistic transport for T >0 for m =0 . Although our method relies in part on the thermodynamic Bethe ansatz (TBA), it does not evaluate the stiffness through the second derivative of the TBA energy eigenvalues relative to a uniform vector potential. Moreover, we provide strong evidence that in the thermodynamic limit the upper bounds on the spin current and stiffness used in our derivation remain valid under string deviations. Our results also provide strong evidence that in the thermodynamic limit the TBA method used by X. Zotos [Phys. Rev. Lett. 82, 1764 (1999), 10.1103/PhysRevLett.82.1764] leads to the exact stiffness values at finite temperature T >0 for models whose stiffness is finite at T =0 , similar to the spin stiffness of the spin-1 /2 Heisenberg chain but unlike the charge stiffness of the half-filled 1D Hubbard model.
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The effect of weak measurement (WM) and quantum measurement reversal (QMR) on the entanglement transfer in two parallel Heisenberg spin chains is investigated. We find that the entanglement transfer can be enhanced by the WM and QMR control for different N (N is the length of each spin chain) and m (m denotes the mth spin pair). More interestingly, we also find that, in the thermodynamic limit where the so-called phase-shift control is invalid, the WM and QMR control is instead very effective. So this investigation indicates that the WM and QMR approach has potential applications in quantum information processing based on the spin chain. (paper)
Quantum teleportation via a two-qubit Heisenberg XXZ chain-effects of anisotropy and magnetic field
ZHOU, YUE; Zhang, Guofeng
2008-01-01
We study quantum teleportation via a two-qubit Heisenberg XXZ chain under an inhomogeneous magnetic field. We first consider entanglement teleportation, and then focus on the teleportation fidelity under different conditions. The effects of anisotropy and the magnetic field, both uniform and inhomogeneous, are discussed. We also find that, though entanglement teleportation does require an entangled quantum channel, a nonzero critical value of minimum entanglement is not always necessary.
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This paper investigates the entanglement of a two-qutrit Heisenberg XXX chain with nonlinear couplings under an inhomogeneous magnetic field. By the concept of negativity, we find that the critical temperature increases with the increase of inhomogeneous magnetic field b. Our study indicates that for any |K| > |J|, or |K| < |J| entanglement always exists for certain regions. We also find that at the critical point, the entanglement becomes a nonanalytic function of B and a quantum phase transition occurs. (general)
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For the XXX Heisenberg spin-1/2 finite chain with integrable open boundary, the scalar products and the norm of Bethe eigenstates are computed directly in the F-basis. The results are represented as determinants of usual functions of the parameters of the model. The Gaudin formula for the square of the norm of the Bethe wave functions is proved for the case of integrable open boundary condition
Ananikian, N. S.; Hovhannisyan, V. V.
2012-01-01
The exactly solvable spin-1/2 Ising-Heisenberg model on diamond chain has been considered. We have found the exact results for the magnetization by using recursion relation method. The existence of the magnetization plateau has been observed at one third of the saturation magnetization in the antiferromagnetic case. Some ground-state properties of the model are examined. At low temperatures, the system has two ferrimagnetic (FRI1 and FRI2) phases and one paramagnetic (PRM) phase. Lyapunov exp...
Thermodynamic limit of particle-hole form factors in the massless XXZ Heisenberg chain
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We study the thermodynamic limit of the particle-hole form factors of the XXZ Heisenberg chain in the massless regime. We show that, in this limit, such form factors decrease as an explicitly computed power-law in the system size. Moreover, the corresponding amplitudes can be obtained as a product of a ''smooth'' and a ''discrete'' part: the former depends continuously on the rapidities of the particles and holes, whereas the latter has an additional explicit dependence on the set of integer numbers that label each excited state in the associated logarithmic Bethe equations. We also show that special form factors corresponding to zero-energy excitations lying on the Fermi surface decrease as a power-law in the system size with the same critical exponents as in the longdistance asymptotic behavior of the related two-point correlation functions. The methods we develop in this article are rather general and can be applied to other massless integrable models associated to the six-vertex R-matrix and having determinant representations for their form factors. (orig.)
Thermodynamic limit of particle-hole form factors in the massless XXZ Heisenberg chain
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Kitanine, N. [Univ. de Bourgogne (France). IMB, UMR 5584 du CNRS; Kozlowski, K.K. [Deutsches Elektronen-Synchrotron (DESY), Hamburg (Germany); Maillet, J.M.; Terras, V. [ENS Lyon (France). UMR 5672 du CNRS, Lab. de Physique; Slavnov, N.A. [Steklov Mathematical Inst., Moscow (Russian Federation)
2011-03-15
We study the thermodynamic limit of the particle-hole form factors of the XXZ Heisenberg chain in the massless regime. We show that, in this limit, such form factors decrease as an explicitly computed power-law in the system size. Moreover, the corresponding amplitudes can be obtained as a product of a ''smooth'' and a ''discrete'' part: the former depends continuously on the rapidities of the particles and holes, whereas the latter has an additional explicit dependence on the set of integer numbers that label each excited state in the associated logarithmic Bethe equations. We also show that special form factors corresponding to zero-energy excitations lying on the Fermi surface decrease as a power-law in the system size with the same critical exponents as in the longdistance asymptotic behavior of the related two-point correlation functions. The methods we develop in this article are rather general and can be applied to other massless integrable models associated to the six-vertex R-matrix and having determinant representations for their form factors. (orig.)
Long range anti-ferromagnetic spin model for prebiotic evolution
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Nokura, Kazuo [Shonan Institute of Technology, Fujisawa 251-8511 (Japan)
2003-11-28
I propose and discuss a fitness function for one-dimensional binary monomer sequences of macromolecules for prebiotic evolution. The fitness function is defined by the free energy of polymers in the high temperature random coil phase. With repulsive interactions among the same kind of monomers, the free energy in the high temperature limit becomes the energy function of the one-dimensional long range anti-ferromagnetic spin model, which is shown to have a dynamical phase transition and glassy states.
Long range anti-ferromagnetic spin model for prebiotic evolution
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I propose and discuss a fitness function for one-dimensional binary monomer sequences of macromolecules for prebiotic evolution. The fitness function is defined by the free energy of polymers in the high temperature random coil phase. With repulsive interactions among the same kind of monomers, the free energy in the high temperature limit becomes the energy function of the one-dimensional long range anti-ferromagnetic spin model, which is shown to have a dynamical phase transition and glassy states
Spontaneous pattern formation in an anti-ferromagnetic quantum gas
Kronjäger, Jochen; Becker, Christoph; Soltan-Panahi, Parvis; Bongs, Kai; Sengstock, Klaus
2009-01-01
Spontaneous pattern formation is a phenomenon ubiquitous in nature, examples ranging from Rayleigh-Benard convection to the emergence of complex organisms from a single cell. In physical systems, pattern formation is generally associated with the spontaneous breaking of translation symmetry and is closely related to other symmetry-breaking phenomena, of which (anti-)ferromagnetism is a prominent example. Indeed, magnetic pattern formation has been studied extensively in both solid-state mater...
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The effects of the different Dzyaloshinskii—Moriya (DM) interaction on thermal entanglement of a two-qutrit Heisenberg XX spin chain in a nonuniform magnetic field are investigated. Our results imply that the x-component DM interaction plays a central role in enhancing quantum entanglement and it has a higher critical temperature than the z-component DM interaction. The entanglement can be tunable controlled by changing the multiple of the magnetic fields B1 and B2. Also we found that different DM interaction are competitive to each other in some conditions.
Li, Yan-Chao; Zhu, Yuan-Hui; Yuan, Zi-Gang
2016-03-01
Using the density matrix renormalization group (DMRG) technique, we study the Berezinskii-Kosterlitz-Thouless (BKT) quantum phase transition (QPT) in the J1-J2 Heisenberg chain model from the quantum entanglement point of view. It is found that the gap behavior between two neighboring two-site entanglement entropies as well as the first derivative of both the two-site entropy and the block entropy can be used as indicators for the BKT phase transition in this model. The corresponding size dependent scaling behaviors are analyzed, respectively. Our numerical results give direct evidence for the effectiveness of the entanglement in the BKT-type QPT indicating from different aspects.
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The integrability of one dimensional classical continuum inhomogeneous biquadratic Heisenberg spin chain and the effect of nonlinear inhomogeneity on the soliton of an underlying completely integrable spin model are studied. The dynamics of the spin system is expressed in terms of a higher order generalized nonlinear Schroedinger equation through a differential geometric approach which becomes integrable for a particular choice of the biquadratic exchange interaction and for linear inhomogeneity. The effect of nonlinear inhomogeneity on the spin soliton is studied by carrying out a multiple scale perturbation analysis. (author)
Dhar, Abhishek; Sriram Shastry, B.
2000-09-01
We present a calculation of the lowest excited states of the Heisenberg ferromagnet in 1D for any wave vector. These turn out to be string solutions of Bethe's equations with a macroscopic number of particles in them. They are identified as generalized quantum Bloch wall states, and a simple physical picture is provided for the same.
Dhar, Abhishek; Shastry, B. Sriram
2000-01-01
We present a calculation of the lowest excited states of the Heisenberg ferromagnet in 1-d for any wave vector. These turn out to be string solutions of Bethe's equations with a macroscopic number of particles in them. These are identified as generalized quantum Bloch wall states, and a simple physical picture provided for the same.
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For one-dimensional quantum spin chain systems recent experimental and theoretical studies indicate unexpectedly large, in some cases diverging spin and heat transport coefficients. Local probes, like e.g. muon spin relaxation (μSR) can indirectly characterize the spin transport properties of low dimensional systems via the magnetic field dependence of the spin lattice relaxation rate λ(B). For diffusive spin transport λ∝B-0.5 is expected. For the ground state of the isotropic spin-1/2 antiferromagnetic Heisenberg chain the eigenstates of the Heisenberg Hamiltonian dominate the spin transport, which is then ballistic. Using the Mueller ansatz λ∝B-1 is expected in this case. For SrCuO2 we find λ∝B-0.9(3). This result is temperature independent for 5 K≤T ≤300 K. Within conformal field theory and using the Mueller ansatz we conclude ballistic spin transport in SrCuO2.
Ground-State and Thermal Entanglement in Three-Spin Heisenberg-XXZ Chain with Three-Spin Interaction
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2007-01-01
The entanglement properties of a three-spin X X Z Heisenberg chain with three-spin interaction are studied by means of concurrence of pairwise entanglement. We show that ground-state pairwise entanglement, pairwise thermal entanglement, or quantum phase transition is not present in antiferromagnetic spin chain. For the ferromagnetic case, quantum phase transition takes place at △ = 1 for anisotropic interaction and at some values of three-spin coupling strength, and pairwise thermal entanglement increases when the value of J/T increases and with anisotropic interaction and three-spin interaction decrease. In addition, we find that increasing the anisotropic interaction and the three-spin interaction will decrease critical temperature.
Berruto, F; Semenoff, Gordon W; Sodano, P
1999-01-01
We study the strong coupling limit of the 2-flavor massless Schwinger model on a lattice using staggered fermions and the Hamiltonian approach to lattice gauge theories. Using the correspondence between the low-lying states of the 2-flavor strongly coupled lattice Schwinger model and the antiferromagnetic Heisenberg chain established in a previous paper, we explicitly compute the mass gaps of the other excitations in terms of vacuum expectation values (v.e.v.'s) of powers of the Heisenberg Hamiltonian and spin-spin correlation functions. We find a satisfactory agreement with the results of the continuum theory already at the second order in the strong coupling expansion. We show that the pattern of symmetry breaking of the continuum theory is well reproduced by the lattice theory; we see indeed that in the lattice theory the isoscalar and isovector chiral condensates are zero to every order in the strong coupling expansion. In addition, we find that the chiral condensate $$ is non zero also on the lattice; th...
Entanglement dynamics of a Heisenberg chain with Dzyaloshinski-Moriya interaction
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Zheng qiang; Zhang Xiao-Ping; Zhi Qi-Jun; Ren Zhong-Zhou
2009-01-01
This paper investigates the entanglement dynamics of the system,composed of two qubits A and B with Heisenberg XX spin interactation.There is a third controller qubit C,which only has Dzyaloshiuskii-Moriya (DM) spin-orbit interaction with the qubit B.It is found that depending on the initial state of the controller qubit C and DM interaction,the entanglement of the system displays amplification and sudden birth effects.These effects indicate that one can control the entanglement of the system,which may be helpful for quantum information processing.
Motion of a magnetic soliton about a lattice soliton in a Heisenberg chain
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As an example of interaction between two solitons belonging to different species, a semiclassical study of the nonlinear dynamics of a coupled magnon-phonon system in a one-dimensional Heisenberg ferromagnet is made, where both the lattice and the spin systems are taken with their respective nonlinear interactions. The lattice soliton is shown to introduce spatial inhomogeneities into the propagation of the magnetic soliton resulting in (a) the trapping of the magnetic soliton in the harmonic field of the lattice soliton and (b) the amplitude and the width of the magnetic soliton becoming time-dependent. (author)
Slow quenches in XXZ spin-chains -- the role of Galilean invariance breaking
Chudzinski, P.
2016-01-01
We study a XXZ spin-chain in a gapless Tomonaga-Luttinger liquid (TLL) phase with time dependent anisotropy of spin exchange interactions. To begin we focus on a linear ramp of $J_z$, starting at XX point and slowly increasing towards the anti-ferromagnetic Heisenberg point. Although the problem of a linear ramp in the TLL has been recently under intense scrutiny in a perturbative \\emph{g-ology} framework, an aspect that has been overlooked so far is the role of the Galilean invariance breaki...
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The finite-size spectra of the spin-1/2 XXZ Heisenberg chain with toroidal boundary conditions and an even number of sites provide a projection mechanism yielding the spectra of models with central charge cq[sl(2)] quantum algebra transformations. (author)
Impurity effects in a S=1/2 Heisenberg spin chain probed by {sup 63}Cu NMR
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Utz, Yannic; Bruening, Eva Maria; Hammerath, Franziska; Rudisch, Christian; Grafe, Hans-Joachim; Mohan, Ashwin; Hess, Christian; Nishimoto, Satoshi; Drechsler, Stefan-Ludwig; Buechner, Bernd [IFW Dresden (Germany); Saint-Martin, Romuald; Revcolevschi, Alexandre [LPCES, Orsay (France)
2013-07-01
We present {sup 63}Cu NMR measurements on undoped, Ni doped and Mg doped SrCuO{sub 2} single crystals. SrCuO{sub 2} is a good realization of a one-dimensional S=1/2 Heisenberg spin chain. This is confirmed by the theoretically-expected temperature independent NMR spin-lattice relaxation rate T{sup -1}{sub 1}. Doping with Ni, which can be regarded as a S=1 impurity, has a major impact on the magnetic properties of the spin chains. On the one hand, this is manifested by unusual features in the NMR spectra below 100 K, revealing the existence of an impurity-induced local alternating magnetisation. On the other hand, exponentially decaying spin lattice relaxation rates towards low temperatures indicate the opening of a spin gap similar to Ca doped SrCuO{sub 2}. Mg doping (S=0) has, however, no influence on the magnetic properties of the spin chains. Neither the NMR spectra nor the spin lattice relaxation rates differ from those measured on pure SrCuO{sub 2}. While the different impact of Ni and Mg doping on the spin chains could be explained by their different impurity spins, the opening of a spin gap in case of Ni doping is totally unexpected and not yet understood.
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Huang Li-Yuan; Fang Mao-Fa
2008-01-01
The thermal entanglement and teleportation of a thermally mixed entangled state of a two-qubit Heisenberg XXX chain under the Dzyaloshinski-Moriya (DM) anisotropic antisymmetric interaction through a noisy quantum channel given by a Werner state is investigated. The dependences of the thermal entanglement of the teleported state on the DM coupling constant, the temperature and the entanglement of the noisy quantum channel are studied in detail for both the ferromagnetic and the antiferromagnetic cases. The result shows that a minimum entanglement of the noisy quantum channel must be provided in order to realize the entanglement teleportation. The values of fidelity of the teleported state are also studied for these two cases. It is found that under certain conditions, we can transfer an initial state with a better fidelity than that for any classical communication protocol.
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Natural thermal entanglement between two qubits with XXX Heisenberg interaction is studied. For the antiferromagnet, increasing coupling strength or decreasing temperature under critical point increases the entanglement. Based on the thermal entanglement as quantum channel, entanglement and information of an input entangled state are transferred via partial teleportation. We find that the entanglement transferred will be lost during the process, and for the entanglement fidelity the partial teleportation is superior to classical communication as concurrence of entangled channel beyond 1/4. We show that both correlation information in input entangled state and individual information of the teleported particle are linearly dissipated. With more entanglement in quantum channel, more entanglement and correlation information can be transferred.
Ba2Cu2Te2P2O13: A new telluro-phosphate with S=1/2 Heisenberg chain
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A new telluro-phosphate compound Ba2Cu2Te2P2O13 with S=1/2 Heisenberg chain has been successfully synthesized by solid state reaction and grown by flux method. Single crystal X-ray diffraction reveals that Ba2Cu2Te2P2O13 crystallizes into a monoclinic space group C2/c and cell parameters of a=17.647(3) Å, b=7.255(2) Å, c=9.191(2) Å and β=100.16 (3)°. In the structure of Ba2Cu2Te2P2O13, one dimensional [CuTePO7]3− chains are formed by tetrahedral PO4 and trigonal bi-pyramidal TeO4 joining square planar CuO4 groups. Those [CuTePO7]3− chains are inter-connected by sharing one oxygen atom from the TeO4 group to form two dimensional layers. Magnetic susceptibility and specific heat measurements confirm that the title compound is a model one dimensional Heisenberg antiferromagnetic chain system. - Graphical abstract: Ba2Cu2Te2P2O13, containing (CuTePO7)3− chains formed by PO4 and TeO4 joining CuO4 groups, shows typical 1D Heisenberg antiferromagnetic chain model behavior as confirmed by magnetic measurements. - Highlights: • New telluro-phosphate Ba2Cu2Te2P2O13 has been grown. • It features layered structure composed of [CuTePO7]3− chains and TeO4 groups. • It shows the Heisenberg antiferromagnetic chain behavior. • It is transparent in the range of 1000–2500 nm with a UV absorption edge of 393 nm
Gu, Bo; Su, Gang; Gao, Song
2006-04-01
The magnetization process, the susceptibility, and the specific heat of the spin- 1/2 antiferromagnet (AF)-AF-ferromagnet (F) and F-F-AF trimerized quantum Heisenberg chains have been investigated by means of the transfer matrix renormalization group (TMRG) technique as well as the modified spin-wave (MSW) theory. A magnetization plateau at m=1/6 for both trimerized chains is observed at low temperature. The susceptibility and the specific heat show various behaviors for different ferromagnetic and antiferromagnetic interactions and in different magnetic fields. The TMRG results of susceptibility and the specific heat can be nicely fitted by a linear superposition of double two-level systems, where two fitting equations are proposed. Three branch excitations, one gapless excitation and two gapful excitations, for both systems are found within the MSW theory. It is observed that the MSW theory captures the main characteristics of the thermodynamic behaviors at low temperatures. The TMRG results are also compared with the possible experimental data.
Singular eigenstates in the even(odd) length Heisenberg spin chain
Giri, Pulak Ranjan
2014-01-01
Introducing a regularization scheme, we derive a set of equations for the rapidities of the singular solutions, whose distinct and self-conjugate solutions produce Bethe eigenstates. We obtain singular eigenstates and their corresponding eigenvalues of the transfer matrix of the spin-1/2 XXX chain. For an even length spin-1/2 XXX chain, we show that the singular solutions \\{\\lambda_\\alpha\\} are invariant under the sign changes of their rapidities, \\{\\lambda_\\alpha\\}=\\{-\\lambda_\\alpha\\}. For odd N length spin-1/2 chain in the three down-spin sector, it has been analytically shown that there exist singular solutions in any finite length of the spin chain of the form N= 3\\left(2k+1\\right) with k=1, 2, 3, \\cdots. It is also shown that there exist no singular solutions in the four down-spin sector for some odd length spin-1/2 XXX chains.
Liu, Guang-Hua; Dou, Jun-Ya; Lu, Peng
2016-03-01
The effect of the Dzyaloshinskii-Moriya interaction (DMI) on ground-state phase diagrams of spin-1 Heisenberg-Ising alternating chains is investigated by the infinite time-evolving block decimation method. Three rich phase diagrams for three cases with different DMIs are obtained and discussed systematically. The DMI on even bonds plays a key role in the ground-state phase diagram, especially the appearance of the Haldane phase. However, the DMI on odd bonds seems to have very weak effect on the phase diagram. Both the odd- and even-string orders become nonzero in the Haldane phase, and have their maximum values at θ = π. For the odd-dimer phase, the even-string correlator vanishes absolutely despite varying θ, but a double-peak structure of the odd-string correlator is observed. Odd-string correlator becomes maximum at θ = π / 2 and 3 π / 2, but vanishes at θ = π. It indicates that the generalized string correlator can be used to distinguish the odd-dimer from the Haldane phase. Doubly degenerate entanglement spectrum is observed in the Haldane phase, which can be regarded as a clear signature of the existence of topological orders. Strong enough transverse nearest-neighbor correlations are found to be very important for the appearance of the Haldane and the odd-dimer phases.
Quantum discord and entanglement in Heisenberg XXZ spin chain after quenches
Ren, Jie; Wu, Yin-Zhong; Zhu, Shi-Qun
2012-01-01
Using the adaptive time-dependent density-matrix renormalization group method, the dynamics of entanglement and quantum discord of a one-dimensional spin-1/2 XXZ chain is studied when anisotropic interaction quenches are applied at different temperatures. The dynamics of the quantum discord and pairwise entanglement between the nearest qubits shows that the entanglement and quantum discord will first oscillate and then approach to a constant value. The quantum discord can be used to predict t...
Bethe-ansatz equations for quantum Heisenberg chains with elliptic exchange
Inozemtsev, V. I.
1999-01-01
The eigenvectors of the Hamiltonian ${\\cal H}_{N}$ of $N$-sites quantum spin chains with elliptic exchange are connected with the double Bloch meromorphic solutions of the quantum continuous elliptic Calogero-Moser problem. This fact allows one to find the eigenvectors via the solutions to the system of highly transcendental equations of Bethe-ansatz type which is presented in explicit form.
Liu, Guang-Hua; You, Wen-Long; Li, Wei; Su, Gang
2015-01-01
Quantum phase transitions (QPTs) and the ground-state phase diagram of the spin-1/2 Heisenberg-Ising alternating chain (HIAC) with uniform Dzyaloshinskii-Moriya (DM) interaction are investigated by a matrix-product-state (MPS) method. By calculating the odd- and even-string order parameters, we recognize two kinds of Haldane phases, i.e., the odd- and even-Haldane phases. Furthermore, doubly degenerate entanglement spectra on odd and even bonds are observed in odd- and even-Haldane phases, re...
Excitations and phase transitions in random anti-ferromagnets
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Cowley, R.A.; Birgeneau, R.J.; Shirane, G.
1979-01-01
Neutron scattering techniques can be used to study the magnetic excitations and phase transitions in the randomly mixed transition metal fluorides. The results for the excitations of samples with two different types of magnetic ions show two bands of excitations; each associated with excitations propagating largely on one type of ion. In the diluted salts the spectra show a complex line shape and greater widths. These results are in good accord with computer simulations showing that linear spin wave theory can be used, but have not been described satisfactorily using the coherent potential approximation. The phase transitions in these materials are always smeared, but it is difficult to ascertain if this smearing is due to macroscopic fluctuations in the concentration or of an intrinsic origin. Studies of these systems close to the percolation point have shown that the thermal disorder is associated with the one-dimensional weak links of the large clusters. Currently theory and experiment are in accord for the two-dimensional Ising system but features are still not understood in Heisenberg systems in both two and three dimensions.
Excitations and phase transitions in random anti-ferromagnets
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Neutron scattering techniques can be used to study the magnetic excitations and phase transitions in the randomly mixed transition metal fluorides. The results for the excitations of samples with two different types of magnetic ions show two bands of excitations; each associated with excitations propagating largely on one type of ion. In the diluted salts the spectra show a complex line shape and greater widths. These results are in good accord with computer simulations showing that linear spin wave theory can be used, but have not been described satisfactorily using the coherent potential approximation. The phase transitions in these materials are always smeared, but it is difficult to ascertain if this smearing is due to macroscopic fluctuations in the concentration or of an intrinsic origin. Studies of these systems close to the percolation point have shown that the thermal disorder is associated with the one-dimensional weak links of the large clusters. Currently theory and experiment are in accord for the two-dimensional Ising system but features are still not understood in Heisenberg systems in both two and three dimensions
Yannouleas, Constantine; Brandt, Benedikt B.; Landman, Uzi
2016-07-01
Advances with trapped ultracold atoms intensified interest in simulating complex physical phenomena, including quantum magnetism and transitions from itinerant to non-itinerant behavior. Here we show formation of antiferromagnetic ground states of few ultracold fermionic atoms in single and double well (DW) traps, through microscopic Hamiltonian exact diagonalization for two DW arrangements: (i) two linearly oriented one-dimensional, 1D, wells, and (ii) two coupled parallel wells, forming a trap of two-dimensional, 2D, nature. The spectra and spin-resolved conditional probabilities reveal for both cases, under strong repulsion, atomic spatial localization at extemporaneously created sites, forming quantum molecular magnetic structures with non-itinerant character. These findings usher future theoretical and experimental explorations into the highly correlated behavior of ultracold strongly repelling fermionic atoms in higher dimensions, beyond the fermionization physics that is strictly applicable only in the 1D case. The results for four atoms are well described with finite Heisenberg spin-chain and cluster models. The numerical simulations of three fermionic atoms in symmetric DWs reveal the emergent appearance of coupled resonating 2D Heisenberg clusters, whose emulation requires the use of a t–J-like model, akin to that used in investigations of high T c superconductivity. The highly entangled states discovered in the microscopic and model calculations of controllably detuned, asymmetric, DWs suggest three-cold-atom DW quantum computing qubits.
Grimm, U; Grimm, Uwe; Schuetz, Gunter M.
1993-01-01
The finite-size scaling spectra of the spin-1/2 XXZ Heisenberg chain with toroidal boundary conditions and an even number of sites provide a projection mechanism yielding the spectra of models with a central charge c<1 including the unitary and non-unitary minimal series. Taking into account the half-integer angular momentum sectors - which correspond to chains with an odd number of sites - in many cases leads to new spinor operators appearing in the projected systems. These new sectors in the XXZ chain correspond to a new type of frustration lines in the projected minimal models. The corresponding new boundary conditions in the Hamiltonian limit are investigated for the Ising model and the 3-state Potts model and are shown to be related to duality transformations which are an additional symmetry at their self-dual critical point. By different ways of projecting systems we find models with the same central charge sharing the same operator content and modular invariant partition function which however diffe...
Ultra-cold Neutron Production in Anti-ferromagnetic Oxygen Solid
Liu, C Y
2004-01-01
Spin waves, or magnons, in the anti-ferromagnetic $\\alpha$ phase of solid oxygen provide a novel mechanism for ultra-cold neutron (UCN) production. Magnons dominate the energy exchange mechanisms for cold neutrons and UCN in solid $\\alpha$-oxygen, much in the same way as do phonons in solid deuterium superthermal UCN sources. We present calculations of UCN production and upscattering rates in S-O$_2$. The results indicate that S-O$_2$ is potentially a much more efficient UCN source material than solid deuterium.
Pearce, D J G; Turner, M S
2015-10-01
Self-propelled particle (SPP) models are often compared with animal swarms. However, the collective animal behaviour observed in experiments often leaves considerable unconstrained freedom in the structure of a proposed model. Essentially, multiple models can describe the observed behaviour of animal swarms in simple environments. To tackle this degeneracy, we study swarms of SPPs in non-trivial environments as a new approach to distinguish between candidate models. We restrict swarms of SPPs to circular (periodic) channels where they polarize in one of two directions (like spins) and permit information to pass through windows between neighbouring channels. Co-alignment between particles then couples the channels (anti-ferromagnetically) so that they tend to counter-rotate. We study channels arranged to mimic a geometrically frustrated anti-ferromagnet and show how the effects of this frustration allow us to better distinguish between SPP models. Similar experiments could therefore improve our understanding of collective motion in animals. Finally, we discuss how the spin analogy can be exploited to construct universal logic gates, and therefore swarming systems that can function as Turing machines. PMID:26423438
Liu, Guang-Hua; You, Wen-Long; Li, Wei; Su, Gang
2015-04-01
Quantum phase transitions (QPTs) and the ground-state phase diagram of the spin-1/2 Heisenberg-Ising alternating chain (HIAC) with uniform Dzyaloshinskii-Moriya (DM) interaction are investigated by a matrix-product-state (MPS) method. By calculating the odd- and even-string order parameters, we recognize two kinds of Haldane phases, i.e. the odd- and even-Haldane phases. Furthermore, doubly degenerate entanglement spectra on odd and even bonds are observed in odd- and even-Haldane phases, respectively. A rich phase diagram including four different phases, i.e. an antiferromagnetic (AF), AF stripe, odd- and even-Haldane phases, is obtained. These phases are found to be separated by continuous QPTs: the topological QPT between the odd- and even-Haldane phases is verified to be continuous and corresponds to conformal field theory with central charge c = 1 while the rest of the phase transitions in the phase diagram are found to be c = 1/2. We also revisit, with our MPS method, the exactly solvable case of HIAC model with DM interactions only on odd bonds and find that the even-Haldane phase disappears, but the other three phases, i.e. the AF, AF stripe and odd-Haldane phases, still remain in the phase diagram. We exhibit the evolution of the even-Haldane phase by tuning the DM interactions on the even bonds gradually.
Numerical investigation of correlation functions for the UqSU(2) invariant spin-1/2 Heisenberg chain
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We consider the UqSU(2) invariant spin-1/2 XXZ quantum spin chain at the roots of unity q=exp(i π/(m+1)), corresponding to different minimal models of conformal field theory. We conduct a numerical investigation of the correlation functions of UqSU(2) scalar two-point operators in order to find which operators in the minimal models they correspond to. Using graphical representations of the Temperley-Lieb algebra we are able to deal with chains of up to 28 sites. Depending on q, the correlation functions show different characteristics and finite-size behaviour. For m=2/3, which corresponds to the Lee-Yang edge singularity, we find the surface and bulk critical exponent -1/5. Together with the known result in the case m=3 (Ising model) this indicates that in the continuum limit the two-point operators involve conformal fields of spin-m-1/m+1. For other roots of unity q the chains are too short to determine the surface and bulk critical exponents. (author)
Ba{sub 2}Cu{sub 2}Te{sub 2}P{sub 2}O{sub 13}: A new telluro-phosphate with S=1/2 Heisenberg chain
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Xia, Mingjun [Beijing Center for Crystal Research and Development, Key Laboratory of Functional Crystals and Laser Technology, Technical Institute of Physics and Chemistry, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing 100190 (China); Shen, Shipeng; Lu, Jun; Sun, Young [Beijing National Laboratory for Condensed Matter Physics, Institute of Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing 100190 (China); Li, R.K., E-mail: rkli@mail.ipc.ac.cn [Beijing Center for Crystal Research and Development, Key Laboratory of Functional Crystals and Laser Technology, Technical Institute of Physics and Chemistry, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing 100190 (China)
2015-10-15
A new telluro-phosphate compound Ba{sub 2}Cu{sub 2}Te{sub 2}P{sub 2}O{sub 13} with S=1/2 Heisenberg chain has been successfully synthesized by solid state reaction and grown by flux method. Single crystal X-ray diffraction reveals that Ba{sub 2}Cu{sub 2}Te{sub 2}P{sub 2}O{sub 13} crystallizes into a monoclinic space group C2/c and cell parameters of a=17.647(3) Å, b=7.255(2) Å, c=9.191(2) Å and β=100.16 (3)°. In the structure of Ba{sub 2}Cu{sub 2}Te{sub 2}P{sub 2}O{sub 13}, one dimensional [CuTePO{sub 7}]{sup 3−} chains are formed by tetrahedral PO{sub 4} and trigonal bi-pyramidal TeO{sub 4} joining square planar CuO{sub 4} groups. Those [CuTePO{sub 7}]{sup 3−} chains are inter-connected by sharing one oxygen atom from the TeO{sub 4} group to form two dimensional layers. Magnetic susceptibility and specific heat measurements confirm that the title compound is a model one dimensional Heisenberg antiferromagnetic chain system. - Graphical abstract: Ba{sub 2}Cu{sub 2}Te{sub 2}P{sub 2}O{sub 13}, containing (CuTePO{sub 7}){sup 3−} chains formed by PO{sub 4} and TeO{sub 4} joining CuO{sub 4} groups, shows typical 1D Heisenberg antiferromagnetic chain model behavior as confirmed by magnetic measurements. - Highlights: • New telluro-phosphate Ba{sub 2}Cu{sub 2}Te{sub 2}P{sub 2}O{sub 13} has been grown. • It features layered structure composed of [CuTePO{sub 7}]{sup 3−} chains and TeO{sub 4} groups. • It shows the Heisenberg antiferromagnetic chain behavior. • It is transparent in the range of 1000–2500 nm with a UV absorption edge of 393 nm.
Ni, Hui-Ying; Fang, Jian-Xing; Zhu, Shi-Qun; Sha, Jin-Qiao; Jiang, Wei-Xing
2008-02-01
In this paper we study the entanglement in a two-qubit spin in the XYZ model, and teleport a two-qubit entangled state using this spin chain in the condition of the thermal equilibrium as a quantum channel. We investigate the effects of the interaction of z-component JZ, the inhomogeneous magnetic field b, the anisotropy γ, and the temperature T on the entanglement and fidelity. In order to characterize the quality of the teleported state, we research the average fidelity Fa. High average fidelity of the teleportation is obtained when the temperat ure is very low. Under some condition, we also find that when inhomogeneity increases to a certain value, the average fidelity can exhibit a larger revival than that for less values of b.
Thermal entanglement in a four-qubit Heisenberg spin model with external magnetic fields
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The entanglement properties both in the four-qubit anisotropic Heisenberg XY chain with uniform external magnetic fields and in the Heisenberg XX model with two external fields are investigated. The analytical expressions for the measures of entanglement are obtained. In Heisenberg XY chain, the effects of the anisotropy on the thermal entanglement are studied. In the Heisenberg XX ring with two external fields, it is found that a high pair entanglement can be obtained
Thermal entanglement in a four-qubit Heisenberg spin model with external magnetic fields
Wu, Ke-Dong; Zhou, Bin; Cao, Wan-Qiang
2007-03-01
The entanglement properties both in the four-qubit anisotropic Heisenberg XY chain with uniform external magnetic fields and in the Heisenberg XX model with two external fields are investigated. The analytical expressions for the measures of entanglement are obtained. In Heisenberg XY chain, the effects of the anisotropy on the thermal entanglement are studied. In the Heisenberg XX ring with two external fields, it is found that a high pair entanglement can be obtained.
Pb2MnTeO6 Double Perovskite: An Antipolar Anti-ferromagnet.
Retuerto, Maria; Skiadopoulou, Stella; Li, Man-Rong; Abakumov, Artem M; Croft, Mark; Ignatov, Alexander; Sarkar, Tapati; Abbett, Brian M; Pokorný, Jan; Savinov, Maxim; Nuzhnyy, Dmitry; Prokleška, Jan; Abeykoon, Milinda; Stephens, Peter W; Hodges, Jason P; Vaněk, Přemysl; Fennie, Craig J; Rabe, Karin M; Kamba, Stanislav; Greenblatt, Martha
2016-05-01
Pb2MnTeO6, a new double perovskite, was synthesized. Its crystal structure was determined by synchrotron X-ray and powder neutron diffraction. Pb2MnTeO6 is monoclinic (I2/m) at room temperature with a regular arrangement of all the cations in their polyhedra. However, when the temperature is lowered to ∼120 K it undergoes a phase transition from I2/m to C2/c structure. This transition is accompanied by a displacement of the Pb atoms from the center of their polyhedra due to the 6s(2) lone-pair electrons, together with a surprising off-centering of Mn(2+) (d(5)) magnetic cations. This strong first-order phase transition is also evidenced by specific heat, dielectric, Raman, and infrared spectroscopy measurements. The magnetic characterizations indicate an anti-ferromagnetic (AFM) order below TN ≈ 20 K; analysis of powder neutron diffraction data confirms the magnetic structure with propagation vector k = (0 1 0) and collinear AFM spins. The observed jump in dielectric permittivity near ∼150 K implies possible anti-ferroelectric behavior; however, the absence of switching suggests that Pb2MnTeO6 can only be antipolar. First-principle calculations confirmed that the crystal and magnetic structures determined are locally stable and that anti-ferroelectric switching is unlikely to be observed in Pb2MnTeO6. PMID:27058393
Remark on Heisenberg's principle
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Application of Heisenberg's principle to inertial frame transformations allows a distinction between three commutative groups of reciprocal transformations along one direction: Galilean transformations, dual transformations, and Lorentz transformations. These are three conjugate groups and for a given direction, the related commutators are all proportional to one single conjugation transformation which compensates for uniform and rectilinear motions. The three transformation groups correspond to three complementary ways of measuring space-time as a whole. Heisenberg's Principle then gets another explanation
Heisenberg's observability principle
Wolff, JE
2014-01-01
Werner Heisenberg's 1925 paper ‘Quantum-theoretical re-interpretation of kinematic and mechanical relations’ marks the beginning of quantum mechanics. Heisenberg famously claims that the paper is based on the idea that the new quantum mechanics should be ‘founded exclusively upon relationships between quantities which in principle are observable’. My paper is an attempt to understand this observability principle, and to see whether its employment is philosophically defensible. Against interpr...
HEISENBERG'S INEQUALITY AND LOGARITHMIC HEISENBERG'S INEQUALITY FOR AMBIGUITY FUNCTION
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Tian Guji
2000-01-01
In this article we discuss the relation between Heisenberg's inequality and logarithmic Heisenberg's (entropy) inequality for ambiguity function. After building up a Heisenberg's inequality, we obtain a connection of variance with entropy by variational method. Using classical Taylor's expansion, we prove that the equality in Heisenberg's inequality holds if and only if the entropy of 2k - 1 order is equal to (2k - 1)!.
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For describing the dynamics of alpha helical proteins with internal molecular excitations, nonlinear couplings between lattice vibrations and molecular excitations, and spin excitations in one-dimensional isotropic biquadratic Heisenberg ferromagnetic spin with the octupole–dipole interactions, we consider an inhomogeneous generalized fourth-order nonlinear Schrödinger equation. Based on the Ablowitz–Kaup–Newell–Segur system, infinitely many conservation laws for the equation are derived. Through the auxiliary function, bilinear forms and N-soliton solutions for the equation are obtained. Interactions of solitons are discussed by means of the asymptotic analysis. Effects of linear inhomogeneity on the interactions of solitons are also investigated graphically and analytically. Since the inhomogeneous coefficient of the equation h=α x+β, the soliton takes on the parabolic profile during the evolution. Soliton velocity is related to the parameter α, distance scale coefficient and biquadratic exchange coefficient, but has no relation with the parameter β. Soliton amplitude and width are only related to α. Soliton position is related to β
The chirality operators for Heisenberg spin systems
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The ground state of closed Heisenberg spin chains with an odd number of sites has a chiral degeneracy, in addition to a two-fold Kramers degeneracy. A non-zero chirality implies that the spins are not coplanar, and is a measure of handedness. The chirality operator, which can be treated as a spin-1/2 operator, is explicitly constructed in terms of the spin operators, and is given as commutator of permutation operators. (author). 3 refs
Yang, Jin-Wei; Gao, Yi-Tian; Wang, Qi-Min; Su, Chuan-Qi; Feng, Yu-Jie; Yu, Xin
2016-01-01
In this paper, a fourth-order variable-coefficient nonlinear Schrödinger equation is studied, which might describe a one-dimensional continuum anisotropic Heisenberg ferromagnetic spin chain with the octuple-dipole interaction or an alpha helical protein with higher-order excitations and interactions under continuum approximation. With the aid of auxiliary function, we derive the bilinear forms and corresponding constraints on the variable coefficients. Via the symbolic computation, we obtain the Lax pair, infinitely many conservation laws, one-, two- and three-soliton solutions. We discuss the influence of the variable coefficients on the solitons. With different choices of the variable coefficients, we obtain the parabolic, cubic, and periodic solitons, respectively. We analyse the head-on and overtaking interactions between/among the two and three solitons. Interactions between a bound state and a single soliton are displayed with different choices of variable coefficients. We also derive the quasi-periodic formulae for the three cases of the bound states.
Deguchi, Tetsuo; Ranjan Giri, Pulak
2016-04-01
Every solution of the Bethe-ansatz equations (BAEs) is characterized by a set of quantum numbers, by which we can evaluate it numerically. However, no general rule is known how to give quantum numbers for the physical solutions of BAE. For the spin-1/2 XXX chain we rigorously derive all the quantum numbers for the complete set of the Bethe-ansatz eigenvectors in the two down-spin sector with any chain length N. Here we obtain them both for real and complex solutions. We also show that all the solutions associated with them are distinct. Consequently, we prove the completeness of the Bethe ansatz and give an exact expression for the number of real solutions which correspond to collapsed bound-state solutions (i.e., two-string solutions) in the sector: 2[(N-1)/2-(N/π ){{tan}}-1(\\sqrt{N-1})] in terms of Gauss’ symbol. Moreover, we prove in the sector the scheme conjectured by Takahashi for solving BAE systematically. We also suggest that by applying the present method we can derive the quantum numbers for the spin-1/2 XXZ chain.
HEISENBERG'S INEQUALITY IN SOBOLEV SPACES
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2000-01-01
Using the correspondence between psedodifferential operator and its symbol,the authors obtain Heisenberg's inequality in Sobolev spaces and therefore a kind of quantitative representation of uncertainty principle.
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2015-07-01
Full Text Available The Schwinger-boson mean-field theory (SBMFT and the linearized tensor renormalization group (LTRG methods are complementarily applied to explore the thermodynamics of the quantum ferromagnetic mixed spin (S, σ chains. It is found that the system has double excitations, i.e. a gapless and a gapped excitation; the low-lying spectrum can be approximated by ω k ∼ S σ 2 ( S + σ J k 2 with J the ferromagnetic coupling; and the gap between the two branches is estimated to be △ ∼ J. The Bose-Einstein condensation indicates a ferromagnetic ground state with magnetization m tot z = N ( S + σ . At low temperature, the spin correlation length is inversely proportional to temperature (T, the susceptibility behaviors as χ = a 1 ∗ 1 T 2 + a 2 ∗ 1 T , and the specific heat has the form of C = c 1 ∗ T − c 2 ∗ T + c 3 ∗ T 3 2 , with ai (i = 1, 2 and ci (i = 1, 2, 3 the temperature independent constants. The SBMFT results are shown to be in qualitatively agreement with those by the LTRG numerical calculations for S = 1 and σ = 1/2. A comparison of the LTRG results with the experimental data of the model material MnIINiII(NO24(en2(en = ethylenediamine, is made, in which the coupling parameters of the compound are obtained. This study provides useful information for deeply understanding the physical properties of quantum ferromagnetic mixed spin chain materials.
Heisenberg symmetry and hypermultiplet manifolds
Antoniadis, Ignatios; Petropoulos, P Marios; Siampos, Konstantinos
2015-01-01
We study the emergence of Heisenberg (Bianchi II) algebra in hyper-K\\"ahler and quaternionic spaces. This is motivated by the r\\^ole these spaces with this symmetry play in $\\mathcal{N}=2$ hypermultiplet scalar manifolds. We show how to construct related pairs of hyper-K\\"ahler and quaternionic spaces under general symmetry assumptions, the former being a zooming-in limit of the latter at vanishing cosmological constant. We further apply this method for the two hyper-K\\"ahler spaces with Heisenberg algebra, which is reduced to $U(1)\\times U(1)$ at the quaternionic level. We also show that no quaternionic spaces exist with a strict Heisenberg symmetry -- as opposed to $\\text{Heisenberg} \\ltimes U(1)$. We finally discuss the realization of the latter by gauging appropriate $Sp(2,4)$ generators in $\\mathcal{N}=2$ conformal supergravity.
Type-I integrable quantum impurities in the Heisenberg model
Doikou, Anastasia
2013-01-01
Type-I quantum impurities are investigated in the context of the integrable Heisenberg model. This type of defects is associated to the (q)-harmonic oscillator algebra. The transmission matrices associated to this particular type of defects are computed via the Bethe ansatz methodology for the XXX model, as well as for the critical and non-critical XXZ spin chain. In the attractive regime of the critical XXZ spin chain the transmission amplitudes for the breathers are also identified.
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Wang, Guangmei [Ruhr-Universitat Bochum; Valldor, Martin [Max Plank Institute for Chemical Physics of Solids, Dresden, Germany; Mallick, Bert [Ruhr Universitat Bochum; Mudring, Anja-Verena [Ames Laboratory
2014-01-01
Four open-framework transition-metal phosphates; (NH4)2Co3(HPO4)2F4 (1), (NH4)Co3(HPO4)2(H2PO4)F2 (2), KCo3(HPO4)2(H2PO4)F2 (3), and KFe3(HPO4)2(H2PO4)F2 (4); are prepared by ionothermal synthesis using pyridinium hexafluorophosphate as the ionic liquid. Single-crystal X-ray diffraction analyses reveal that the four compounds contain cobalt/iron–oxygen/fluoride layers with Kagomé topology composed of interlinked face-sharing MO3F3/MO4F2 octahedra. PO3OH pseudo-tetrahedral groups augment the [M3O6F4] (1)/[M3O8F2] layers on both sides to give M3(HPO4)2F4 (1) and M3(HPO4)2F2 (2–4) layers. These layers are stacked along the a axis in a sequence AA…, resulting in the formation of a layer structure for (NH4)2Co3(HPO4)2F4(1). In NH4Co3(HPO4)2(H2PO4)F2 and KM3(HPO4)2(H2PO4)F2, the M3(HPO4)2F2 layers are stacked along the a axis in a sequence AAi… and are connected by [PO3(OH)] tetrahedra, giving rise to a 3-D open framework structure with 10-ring channels along the [001] direction. The negative charges of the inorganic framework are balanced by K+/NH4+ ions located within the channels. The magnetic transition metal cations themselves form layers with stair-case Kagomé topology. Magnetic susceptibility and magnetization measurements reveal that all four compounds exhibit a canted anti-ferromagnetic ground state (Tc = 10 or 13 K for Co and Tc = 27 K for Fe) with different canting angles. The full orbital moment is observed for both Co2+ and Fe2+.
Cosmological implications of Heisenberg's principle
Gonzalo, Julio A
2015-01-01
The aim of this book is to analyze the all important implications of Heisenberg's Uncertainty Principle for a finite universe with very large mass-energy content such as ours. The earlier and main contributors to the formulation of Quantum Mechanics are briefly reviewed regarding the formulation of Heisenberg's Principle. After discussing “indeterminacy” versus ”uncertainty”, the universal constants of physics are reviewed and Planck's units are given. Next, a novel set of units, Heisenberg–Lemaitre units, are defined in terms of the large finite mass of the universe. With the help of Heisenberg's principle, the time evolution of the finite zero-point energy for the universe is investigated quantitatively. Next, taking advantage of the rigorous solutions of Einstein's cosmological equation for a flat, open and mixed universe of finite mass, the most recent and accurate data on the “age” (to) and the expansion rate (Ho) of the universe and their implications are reconsidered.
Heisenberg, his wife s account
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A wife tells about her husband life, Werner Heisenberg, Physics Nobel Price in 1932. After a happy childhood, this brilliant student was Albert Einstein, Niels Bohr, Arnold Sommerfeld s student. But at the nazism time, the great physician refused to leave his country, guaranteeing the Hitler regime and taking part in effort of war, that is to say the run to the bomb. The account of Elisabeth Heisenberg, although subjective, allows to understand the scientist s behaviour face terrifying realities of his time. (N.C.)
Todorov, I
2005-01-01
A brief review of Heisenberg's life and work: participating in the youth movement in the aftermath of World War I, creating quantum mechanics, conflict with "deutsche Physik", involvement in "Hitler's Uranium Project", last illusions. Problems and dilemmas for scientists under a dictatorship - East and West.
Werner Heisenberg - Life and Work
2002-01-01
Werner Heisenberg (centre) with Wolfgang Pauli and Enrico Fermi, 1927. An exhibition on the life and work of Werner Heisenberg will be on display in the Main Building (Mezzanine) at CERN from 1 - 30 July*. German theoretical physicist Werner Karl Heisenberg (1901 - 1976) was one of the leading scientists of the 20th century. Nobel Prize in Physics in 1932, his most significant contribution was to the development of quantum mechanics. He is best known for his uncertainty principle, which restricts the accuracy with which some properties of atoms and particles can be determined simultaneously. Heisenberg was a keen supporter of CERN, and was as the first chairman of CERN's Scientific Policy Committee in October 1954. A related celebration will take place in the TH Amphitheatre (4/3-006), on Thursday 18 July at 16:00. After an introduction from the Director-General Luciano Maiani, his daughter, Barbara Blum, his last postgraduate, Helmut Rechenberg and Valentin Telegdi will evoke memories of the life and work ...
Werner Heisenberg - Life and Work
2002-01-01
Werner Heisenberg (centre) with Wolfgang Pauli (left) and Enrico Fermi on Lake Como, September 1927. An exhibition on the life and work of Werner Heisenberg will be on display in the Main Building (Mezzanine) at CERN from 1 - 23 July. The exhibition was produced by the University Archive of Leipzig University (Gerald Wiemers) and the Max-Planck-Institut für Physik in Munich (Helmut Rechenberg) to mark the centenary of Heisenberg's birth in 1901. German theoretical physicist Werner Karl Heisenberg (5 December 1901 - 1 February 1976) was one of the leading scientists of the 20th century. He carried out important work in nuclear and particle physics, but his most significant contribution was to the development of quantum mechanics. He is best known for his uncertainty principle, which restricts the accuracy with which some properties of atoms and particles - such as position and linear momentum - can be determined simultaneously. In 1932 he was awarded the Noble Prize in Physics 'for the creation of q...
Non-Hermitian Heisenberg representation
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Znojil, Miloslav
2015-01-01
Roč. 379, č. 36 (2015), s. 2013-2017. ISSN 0375-9601 Institutional support: RVO:61389005 Keywords : quantum mechanics * Non-Hermitian representation of observables * Generalized Heisenberg equations Subject RIV: BE - Theoretical Physics Impact factor: 1.683, year: 2014
Spin-density functional for exchange anisotropic Heisenberg model
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Prata, G.N.; Penteado, P.H.; Souza, F.C. [Departamento de Fisica e Informatica, Instituto de Fisica de Sao Carlos, Universidade de Sao Paulo, CP 369, Sao Carlos - SP (Brazil); Libero, Valter L., E-mail: valter@if.sc.usp.b [Departamento de Fisica e Informatica, Instituto de Fisica de Sao Carlos, Universidade de Sao Paulo, CP 369, Sao Carlos - SP (Brazil)
2009-10-15
Ground-state energies for antiferromagnetic Heisenberg models with exchange anisotropy are estimated by means of a local-spin approximation made in the context of the density functional theory. Correlation energy is obtained using the non-linear spin-wave theory for homogeneous systems from which the spin functional is built. Although applicable to chains of any size, the results are shown for small number of sites, to exhibit finite-size effects and allow comparison with exact-numerical data from direct diagonalization of small chains.
Spin-density functional for exchange anisotropic Heisenberg model
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Ground-state energies for antiferromagnetic Heisenberg models with exchange anisotropy are estimated by means of a local-spin approximation made in the context of the density functional theory. Correlation energy is obtained using the non-linear spin-wave theory for homogeneous systems from which the spin functional is built. Although applicable to chains of any size, the results are shown for small number of sites, to exhibit finite-size effects and allow comparison with exact-numerical data from direct diagonalization of small chains.
Revisiting Riesz transforms on Heisenberg groups
Sanjay, P K
2011-01-01
We characterise higher order Riesz transforms on the Heisenberg group and also show that they satisfy dimension-free bounds under some assumptions on the multipliers. Using transfer- ence theorems, we deduce boundedness theorems for Riesz trans- forms on the reduced Heisenberg group and hence also for the Riesz transforms associated to multiple Hermite and Laguerre ex- pansions.
Heisenberg and the nazi uranium project
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The author analyzes Heisenberg's scientific activities during Word War II and the background of his meeting with Bohr at Copenhagen in 1941. It is pointed out that, although Heisenberg was responsible for the Nazi uranium project, he did not actually take an active part in the research and manufacture of atomic bombs for the Nazi
Werner Karl Heisenberg (1901-1976)
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The life's career of Werner Karl Heisenberg is described with emphasis on his creative development and cooperation with many other prominent physicists in the field of the quantum theory of atoms. In 1925, Heisenberg modified Bohr's quantum rule; in 1927 he formulated the uncertainty principle which puts some restrictions on the simultaneous determination of the position and momentum. In 1928, Heisenberg set up the quantum theory of ferromagnetism, which still underlies all theories of magnetic properties of substances. Soon after Chadwick's discovery of the neutron (1932), Heisenberg introduced the concept of the isospin - he interpreted the proton and the neutron as one particle (nucleon) in two charge states. Heisenberg's professional and pedagogical activities during and after the 2nd world war are also described. (Z.S.). 5 refs
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胡仕刚; 刘云新; 吴笑峰; 唐志军; 李志明; 颜焕元; 陈增辉; 胡盼; 余意
2016-01-01
Lanthanide doped bifunctional materials are potentially important for developing multifunctional devices. Here, NaLuF4:Yb3+/Tm3+/Gd3+/Sm3+ optical-magnetic bifunctional microcrystals were successfully synthesized by hydrothermal method, which could emit ~480 nm blue light from the1G4→3H6 electronic transition and ~800 nm infrared light from the3H4→3H6electronic transition of Tm3+ ion, under the excitation of 980 nm infrared light. By doping Sm3+ ion into NaLuF4:Yb3+/Tm3+/Gd3+, the infrared emission peak centered at 800 nm would shift obviously to longer wavelength. This indicated that Sm3+ ion could efficiently tune the energy level gaps of Tm3+ ions in NaLuF4 host which was demonstrated based on the crystal field theory. In addition, these NaLuF4:Yb3+/Tm3+/Gd3+/Sm3+ microcrystals presented unique ferromagnetic property instead of usually reported paramagnetic prop-erty. Importantly, the ferromagnetic property decreased with increasing the concentration of Gd3+ ion. This was in good agreement with Swift’s theoretical investigation that the coexistence of light rare earth (Gd3+) and heavy rare earth (Yb3+/Tm3+) would lead to the anti-ferromagnetic coupling in the sub-lattices.
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In the quest of materials with high temperature ferromagnetism and low temperature anti-ferromagnetism, we prepare Co3-xMnxTeO6; (0 ¯) structure for x ¯ structure for x ≥ 0.5. Further, it shows increase in both lattice parameters as well as average transition metal-oxygen (Co/Mn-O) bond lengths for x ≥ 0.5. Co and Mn K-edge XANES spectra reveal that both Co and Mn are in mixed oxidation state, Co2+/Mn2+ and Co3+/Mn3+. Relative ratios of Co3+/Co2+ and Mn3+/Mn2+ obtained using Linear combination fit decrease with increasing x (for x ≥ 0.5). These structural and spectroscopic evidences are used to provide possible interpretation of the observed paramagnetic to ferromagnetic transition at around 185 K followed by an enhanced antiferromagnetic transition ∼45 K for x = 0.5
Bond-Dilution-Induced Quantum Phase Transitions in Heisenberg Antiferromagnets
Yasuda, Chitoshi; Todo, Synge; Takayama, Hajime
2006-01-01
Bond-dilution effects on the ground state of the square-lattice antiferromagnetic Heisenberg model, consisting of coupled bond-alternating chains, are investigated by means of the quantum Monte Carlo simulation. It is found that, when the ground state of the non-diluted system is a non-magnetic state with a finite spin gap, a sufficiently weak bond dilution induces a disordered state with a mid gap in the original spin gap, and under a further stronger bond dilution an antiferromagnetic long-...
a Path-Integration Approach to the Correlators of XY Heisenberg Magnet and Random Walks
Bogoliubov, N. M.; Malyshev, C.
2008-11-01
The path integral approach is used for the calculation of the correlation functions of the XY Heisenberg chain. The obtained answers for the two-point correlators of the XX magnet are of the determinantal form and are interpreted in terms of the generating functions for the random turns vicious walkers.
A Unified Treatment for XXX-Heisenberg Model and Haldane-Shastry Model Using Shift Operators
Chen, J L; Xue, K; Zhao, X G; Chen, Jing-Ling; Ge, Mo-Lin; Xue, Kang; Zhao, Xian-Geng
2000-01-01
A unified treatment is developed for the XXX-Heisenberg model and a long-ranged interaction model (the $H_2$ in Haldane-Shastry model) from the point of view of shift operators (or raising and lowering operators), based on which the energy spectra of the spin-chain models are determined. Some physical discussions are also made.
Quantum states for Heisenberg limited interferometry
Uys, H
2007-01-01
The phase resolution of interferometers is limited by the so-called Heisenberg limit, which states that the optimum phase sensitivity is inversely proportional to the number of interfering particles $N$, a $1/\\sqrt{N}$ improvement over the standard quantum limit. We have used simulated annealing, a global optimization strategy, to systematically search for quantum interferometer input states that approach the Heisenberg limited uncertainty in estimates of the interferometer phase shift. We compare the performance of these states to that of other non-classical states already known to yield Heisenberg limited uncertainty.
Quantum states for Heisenberg limited interferometry
Uys, Hermann; Meystre, Pierre
2007-06-01
An important aspect of quantum metrology is the engineering of quantum states with which to achieve Heisenberg limited measurement precision. In this limit the measurement uncertainty is inversely proportional to the number of interfering particles, N, a 1/√N improvement over the standad quantum limit. We have used numerical global optimization strategies to systematically search for quantum interferometer input states that achieve Heisenberg limited uncertainty in estimates of the interferometer phase shift. We compare the performance of candidates so obtained with that of non-classical states already known to yield Heisenberg limited uncertainty.
Quantum states for Heisenberg-limited interferometry
Uys, H.; Meystre, P.
2007-07-01
The phase sensitivity of interferometers is limited by the so-called Heisenberg limit, which states that the optimum phase sensitivity is inversely proportional to the number of interfering particles N , a 1/N improvement over the standard quantum limit. We have used simulated annealing, a global optimization strategy, to systematically search for quantum interferometer input states that approach the Heisenberg-limited uncertainty in estimates of the interferometer phase shift. We compare the performance of these states to that of other nonclassical states already known to yield Heisenberg-limited uncertainty.
Quantum states for Heisenberg-limited interferometry
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The phase sensitivity of interferometers is limited by the so-called Heisenberg limit, which states that the optimum phase sensitivity is inversely proportional to the number of interfering particles N, a 1/√(N) improvement over the standard quantum limit. We have used simulated annealing, a global optimization strategy, to systematically search for quantum interferometer input states that approach the Heisenberg-limited uncertainty in estimates of the interferometer phase shift. We compare the performance of these states to that of other nonclassical states already known to yield Heisenberg-limited uncertainty
Heisenberg's Uncertainty Relations and Quantum Optics
Agarwal, G. S.
2002-01-01
We present a brief review of the impact of the Heisenberg uncertainty relations on quantum optics. In particular we demonstrate how almost all coherent and nonclassical states of quantum optics can be derived from uncertainty relations.
Angular Operators Violating the Heisenberg Uncertainty Principle
Pereira, Tiago
2008-01-01
The description of a quantum system in terms of angle variables may violate Heisenberg uncertainty principle. The familiar case is the azimutal angle $\\phi$ and its canonical moment $L_z$. Although this problem was foreseen almost a century ago, up to the present days there are no criteria to precisely characterize the violation. In this paper, we present a theorem which provides necessary and sufficient conditions for the violation of the Heisenberg uncertainty principle. We illustrate our results with analytical examples.
Heisenberg Uncertainty Relation for Three Canonical Observables
Kechrimparis, Spiros; Weigert, Stefan
2014-01-01
Uncertainty relations provide fundamental limits on what can be said about the properties of quantum systems. For a quantum particle, the commutation relation of position and momentum observables entails Heisenberg's uncertainty relation. A third observable is presented which satisfies canonical commutation relations with both position and momentum. The resulting triple of pairwise canonical observables gives rise to a Heisenberg-type uncertainty relation for the product of three standard dev...
Pairwise entanglement and local polarization of Heisenberg model
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2008-01-01
The characteristics of pairwise entanglement and local polarization (LP) are dis-cussed by studying the ground state (states) of the Heisenberg XX model. The re-sults show that: the ground state (states) is (are) composed of the micro states with the minimal polarization (0 for even qubit and 1/2 for odd qubit); LP and the prob-ability of the micro state have an intimate relation, i.e. the stronger the LP, the smaller the probability, and the same LP corresponds to the same probability; the pairwise entanglement of the ground state is the biggest in all eigenvectors. It is found that the pairwise entanglement is decreased by the state degeneracy and the system size. The concurrence approaches a fixed value of about 0.3412 (for odd-qubit chain) or 0.3491 (for even-qubit chain) if the qubit number is large enough.
Sigma Model Lagrangian for the Heisenberg Group
Baaquie, Belal E; Baaquie, Belal E.; Kean, Yim Kok
2005-01-01
We study the Lagrangian for a sigma model based on the non-compact Heisenberg group. A unique feature of this model -- unlike the case for compact Lie groups -- is that the definition of the Lagrangian has to be regulated since the trace over the Heisenberg group is otherwise divergent. The resulting theory is a real Lagrangian with a quartic interaction term. After a few non-trivial transformations, the Lagrangian is shown to be equivalent -- at the classical level -- to a complex cubic Lagrangian. A one loop computation shows that the quartic and cubic Lagrangians are equivalent at the quantum level as well. The complex Lagrangian is known to classically equivalent to the SU(2) sigma model, with the equivalence breaking down at the quantum level. An explanation of this well known results emerges from the properties of the Heisenberg sigma model.
Hilbert schemes of points and Heisenberg algebras
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Let X[n] be the Hilbert scheme of n points on a smooth projective surface X over the complex numbers. In these lectures we describe the action of the Heisenberg algebra on the direct sum of the cohomologies of all the X[n], which has been constructed by Nakajima. In the second half of the lectures we study the relation of the Heisenberg algebra action and the ring structures of the cohomologies of the X[n], following recent work of Lehn. In particular we study the Chern and Segre classes of tautological vector bundles on the Hilbert schemes X[n]. (author)
More on generalized Heisenberg ferromagnet models
Oh, P; Oh, Phillial; Park, Q Han
1996-01-01
We generalize the integrable Heisenberg ferromagnet model according to each Hermitian symmetric spaces and address various new aspects of the generalized model. Using the first order formalism of generalized spins which are defined on the coadjoint orbits of arbitrary groups, we construct a Lagrangian of the generalized model from which we obtain the Hamiltonian structure explicitly in the case of CP(N-1) orbit. The gauge equivalence between the generalized Heisenberg ferromagnet and the nonlinear Schr\\"{o}dinger models is given. Using the equivalence, we find infinitely many conserved integrals of both models.
Heisenberg XXX Model with General Boundaries: Eigenvectors from Algebraic Bethe Ansatz
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Samuel Belliard
2013-11-01
Full Text Available We propose a generalization of the algebraic Bethe ansatz to obtain the eigenvectors of the Heisenberg spin chain with general boundaries associated to the eigenvalues and the Bethe equations found recently by Cao et al. The ansatz takes the usual form of a product of operators acting on a particular vector except that the number of operators is equal to the length of the chain. We prove this result for the chains with small length. We obtain also an off-shell equation (i.e. satisfied without the Bethe equations formally similar to the ones obtained in the periodic case or with diagonal boundaries.
Heisenberg XXX Model with General Boundaries: Eigenvectors from Algebraic Bethe Ansatz
Belliard, Samuel; Crampé, Nicolas
2013-11-01
We propose a generalization of the algebraic Bethe ansatz to obtain the eigenvectors of the Heisenberg spin chain with general boundaries associated to the eigenvalues and the Bethe equations found recently by Cao et al. The ansatz takes the usual form of a product of operators acting on a particular vector except that the number of operators is equal to the length of the chain. We prove this result for the chains with small length. We obtain also an off-shell equation (i.e. satisfied without the Bethe equations) formally similar to the ones obtained in the periodic case or with diagonal boundaries.
Heisenberg XXX model with general boundaries: Eigenvectors from Algebraic Bethe ansatz
Belliard, S
2013-01-01
We propose a generalization of the algebraic Bethe ansatz to obtain the eigenvectors of the Heisenberg spin chain with general boundaries associated to the eigenvalues and the Bethe equations found recently by Cao et al. The ansatz takes the usual form of a product of operators acting on a particular vector except that the number of operators is equal to the length of the chain. We prove this result for the chains with small length. We obtain also an off-shell equation (i.e. satisfied without the Bethe equations) formally similar to the ones obtained in the periodic case or with diagonal boundaries.
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Lindgård, Per-Anker
1984-01-01
The correlation theory is applied to a Heisenberg antiferromagnet in a magnetic field. Special cases covered are the ferromagnet and an anisotropic Heisenberg model. The theory includes selfconsistently correlation effects in static and dynamic properties. It is a generalization of the random......-phase approximation and is applicable to the quantum spin case for any dimension and temperature. The static susceptibilities and the excitation spectrum are calculated. Besides the spin-wave excitations a central peak is found which can be understood as coming from local longitudinal fluctuations. The results of the...... theory are exemplified by numerical calculations for the onedimensional S=1 quantum antiferromagnetic chain. Qualitative agreement is found with computer simulations on a classical chain....
Magnetic Properties of Quantum Ferrimagnetic Spin Chains
Yamamoto, Shoji
1998-01-01
Magnetic susceptibilities of spin-$(S,s)$ ferrimagnetic Heisenberg chains are numerically investigated. It is argued how the ferromagnetic and antiferromagnetic features of quantum ferrimagnets are exhibited as functions of $(S,s)$. Spin-$(S,s)$ ferrimagnetic chains behave like combinations of spin-$(S-s)$ ferromagnetic and spin-$(2s)$ antiferromagnetic chains provided $S=2s$.
Classifying tight Weyl-Heisenberg frames
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Cazsazza, P.; Janssen, A. J. E. M.; Christensen, Ole
1999-01-01
A Weyl-Heisenberg frame for L^2(R) is a frame consisting of translates and modulates of a fixed function. In this paper we give necessary and sufficient conditions for this family to form a tight WH-frame. This allows us to write down explicitly all functions g for which all translates and...
Heisenberg algebra and a graphical calculus
Khovanov, Mikhail
2010-01-01
A new calculus of planar diagrams involving diagrammatics for biadjoint functors and degenerate affine Hecke algebras is introduced. The calculus leads to an additive monoidal category whose Grothendieck ring contains an integral form of the Heisenberg algebra in infinitely many variables. We construct bases of vector spaces of morphisms between products of generating objects in this category.
Classifying tight Weyl-Heisenberg frames
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Cazsazza, P.; Janssen, A. J. E. M.; Christensen, Ole
A Weyl-Heisenberg frame for L^2(R) is a frame consisting of translates and modulates of a fixed function. In this paper we give necessary and sufficient conditions for this family to form a tight WH-frame. This allows us to write down explicitly all functions g for which all translates and modula...
Influence of Non-Uniform Magnetic Field on Quantum Teleportation in Heisenberg XY Model
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SHAO Bin; YANG Tie-jian; ZHAO Yue-hong; ZOU Jian
2007-01-01
By considering the intrinsic decoherence, the validity of quantum teleportation of a two-qubit 1D Heisenberg XY chain in a non-uniform external magnetic field is studied. The fidelity as the measurement of a possible quantum teleportation is calculated and the effects of the non-uniform magnetic field and the intrinsic decoherence are discussed. It is found that anti-parallel magnetic field is more favorable for teleportation and the fidelity is suppressed by the intrinsic decoherence.
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By using the modified spin-wave and gauge invariant methods, we show that at zero temperature in the presence of an inhomogeneous magnetic field with magnitude B gives rise to a persistent magnetization current around a mesoscopic antiferromagnetic Heisenberg spin ring with the DM (Dzyaloshinskii–Moriya) interaction. The results show that the persistent magnetization current is vanishing at large Ds/J (Ds is reduced DM interaction and J is nearest exchange coupling) with α>1 (α is a constant describing the energy gap of the spin system). The result also shows that under the homogeneous magnetic field there exists a non-zero spin current in the spin ring. - Highlights: • Persistent spin current is calculated in anti-ferromagnetic ring. • Persistent magnetization current is vanishing at large Ds/J. • Under homogeneous magnetic field there exists a non-zero spin current in the ring
Simulations of Information Transport in Spin Chains
Cappellaro, Paola; Ramanathan, Chandrasekhar; Cory, David G.
2007-01-01
Transport of quantum information in linear spin chains has been the subject of much theoretical work. Experimental studies by nuclear spin systems in solid-state by NMR (a natural implementation of such models) is complicated since the dipolar Hamiltonian is not solely comprised of nearest-neighbor XY-Heisenberg couplings. We present here a similarity transformation between the XY-Heisenberg Hamiltonian and the grade raising Hamiltonian, an interaction which is achievable with the collective ...
Bond diluted anisotropic quantum Heisenberg model
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Effects of the bond dilution on the critical temperatures, phase diagrams and the magnetization behaviors of the isotropic and anisotropic quantum Heisenberg model have been investigated in detail. For the isotropic case, bond percolation threshold values have been determined for several numbers of two (2D) and three (3D) dimensional lattices. In order to investigate the effect of the anisotropy in the exchange interaction on the results obtained for the isotropic model, a detailed investigation has been made on a honeycomb lattice. Some interesting results, such as second order reentrant phenomena in the phase diagrams have been found. - Highlights: • Anisotropic quantum Heisenberg model with bond dilution investigated. • Bond percolation threshold values given for 2D and 3D lattices in isotropic case. • Phase diagrams and ground state magnetizations investigated in detail. • Variation of the bond percolation threshold values with anisotropy determined
Considerations on Bohr's, Heisenberg's and Schroedinger's philosophy
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In denying that the words 'physical reality' are meaningful without reference to an experimental arrangement, Bohr renounces any knowledge of the 'thing-in-itself'. However, the relation of his epistemology to both idealism and positivism remains obscure. Heisenberg departs from Bohr in enunciating a metaphysical implication of quantum mechanics. Heisenberg asserts that there is an intermediate modality -potentiality- between logical possibility and existence. His attempts to explain the transition from potentiality to existence are not convincing. Schroedinger rejects Bohr's interpretation of quantum mechanics as a positivist exercise and seeks instead a realist interpretation. Nevertheless, the metaphysics of Schroedinger is fundamentally idealistic, maintaining that the material aspect of the world is composed of the same elements as mind, but in a different order
Bond diluted anisotropic quantum Heisenberg model
Akıncı, Ümit
2013-01-01
Effects of the bond dilution on the critical temperatures, phase diagrams and the magnetization behaviors of the isotropic and anisotropic quantum Heisenberg model have been investigated in detail. For the isotropic case, bond percolation threshold values have been determined for several numbers of two (2D) and three (3D) dimensional lattices. In order to investigate the effect of the anisotropy in the exchange interaction on the results obtained for the isotropic model, a detailed investigat...
Perturbations of Weyl-Heisenberg frames
Casazza, Peter G.; Christensen, Ole; Lammers, Mark C.
2000-01-01
We develop a usable perturbation theory for Weyl-Heisenberg frames. In particular, we prove that if $(E_{mb}T_{na}g)_{m,n\\inmathbb Z}$ is a WH-frame and $h$ is a function which is close to $g$ in the Wiener Amalgam space norm, then $(E_{mb}T_{na}h)_{m,n\\in \\mathbb Z}$ is also a WH-frame.
Controllable entanglement sudden birth of Heisenberg spins
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ZHENG Qiang; ZHI Qi-Jun; ZHANG Xiao-ping; REN Zhong-Zhou
2011-01-01
We investigate the Entanglement Sudden Birth (ESB) of two Heisenberg spins A and B. The third controller, qutrit C is introduced, which only has the Dzyaloshinskii-Moriya (DM) spin-orbit interaction with qubit B. We find that the DM interaction is necessary to induce the Entanglement Sudden Birth of the system qubits A and B, and the initial states of the system qubits and the qurit C are also important to control its Entanglement Sudden Birth.
Heisenberg Uncertainty Principle in high school teaching
Pinto, Albino Rafael Mesquita; Marques, L.; Ramos, Marta M. D.
2013-01-01
In Portuguese high school curricula concepts of quantum physics are taught in the discipline of physics in the 12th year of education. These concepts underlie the functioning of modern nano devices and nanotechnologies, but are difficult to understand by the students of this level of teaching, thus making it necessary the integration of new strategies to facilitate teaching-learning process. In this we show the activities we developed to illustrate the Heisenberg uncertainty relations, ...
Ordered Phase in the Fermionized Heisenberg Antiferromagnet
Azakov, S.; Dilaver, M.; Oztas, A. M.
1999-01-01
Thermal properties of the ordered phase of the spin 1/2 isotropic Heisenberg Antiferromagnet on a d-dimensional hypercubical lattice are studied within the fermionic representation when the constraint of single occupancy condition is taken into account by the method suggested by Popov and Fedotov. Using saddle point approximation in path integral approach we discuss not only the leading order but also the fluctuations around the saddle point at one-loop level. The influence of taking into acc...
Quantum kinetic Heisenberg models: a unique dynamics
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We suggest that the dynamics Glauber embodied in his kinetic Ising model can be introduced similarly and in an apparently unique way, into the quantum statistical mechanics of the quantum-integrable models like the Heisenberg, sine-Gordon and Massive Thirring models. The latter may suggest an extension of the theory to unique kinetic Ising models in two dimensions. The kinetic repulsive bose gas which is studied in detail in the steady state seems to be a solvable kinetic model. (author)
Local Spin Correlations in Heisenberg Antiferromagnets
Weihong, Zheng; Oitmaa, J.
2000-01-01
We use linked cluster series expansion methods to estimate the values of various short distance correlation functions in $S=1/2$ Heisenberg antiferromagnets at T=0, for dimension $d=1,2,3$. The method incorporates the possibility of spontaneous symmetry breaking, which is manifest in $d=2,3$. The results are important in providing a test for approximate theories of the antiferromagnetic ground state.
Minimal surfaces in the Heisenberg group
Pauls, Scott D.
2001-01-01
We investigate the minimal surface problem in the three dimensional Heisenberg group, H, equipped with its standard Carnot-Caratheodory metric. Using a particular surface measure, we characterize minimal surfaces in terms of a sub-elliptic partial differential equation and prove an existence result for the Plateau problem in this setting. Further, we provide a link between our minimal surfaces and Riemannian constant mean curvature surfaces in H equipped with different Riemannian metrics appr...
Watson-Crick pairing, the Heisenberg group and Milnor invariants
Gadgil, Siddhartha
2008-01-01
We study the secondary structure of RNA determined by Watson-Crick pairing without pseudo-knots using Milnor invariants of links. We focus on the first non-trivial invariant, which we call the Heisenberg invariant. The Heisenberg invariant, which is an integer, can be interpreted in terms of the Heisenberg group as well as in terms of lattice paths. We show that the Heisenberg invariant gives a lower bound on the number of unpaired bases in an RNA secondary structure. We also show that the Heisenberg invariant can predict \\emph{allosteric structures} for RNA. Namely, if the Heisenberg invariant is large, then there are widely separated local maxima (i.e., allosteric structures) for the number of Watson-Crick pairs found.
Heisenberg, his wife s account; Heisenberg, le temoignage de sa femme
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Heisenberg, E.
1990-12-31
A wife tells about her husband life, Werner Heisenberg, Physics Nobel Price in 1932. After a happy childhood, this brilliant student was Albert Einstein, Niels Bohr, Arnold Sommerfeld s student. But at the nazism time, the great physician refused to leave his country, guaranteeing the Hitler regime and taking part in effort of war, that is to say the run to the bomb. The account of Elisabeth Heisenberg, although subjective, allows to understand the scientist s behaviour face terrifying realities of his time. (N.C.).
Quantum phase transition in dimerised spin-1/2 chains
Das, Aparajita; Bhadra, Sreeparna; Saha, Sonali
2015-11-01
Quantum phase transition in dimerised antiferromagnetic Heisenberg spin chain has been studied. A staircase structure in the variation of concurrence within strongly coupled pairs with that of external magnetic field has been observed indicating multiple critical (or critical like) points. Emergence of entanglement due to external magnetic field or magnetic entanglement is observed for weakly coupled spin pairs too in the same dimer chain. Though closed dimerised isotropic XXX Heisenberg chains with different dimer strengths were mainly explored, analogous studies on open chains as well as closed anisotropic (XX interaction) chains with tilted external magnetic field have also been studied.
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ZHENG Qiang; ZHI Qi-Jun; ZHANG Xiao-Ping; REN Zhong-Zhou
2011-01-01
We investigate the Entanglement Sudden Birth （ESB） of two Heisenberg spins A and B. The third controller, qutrit C is introduced, which only has the Dzyaloshinskii-Moriya （DM） spin-orbit interaction with qubit B. We find that the DM interaction is necessa
Classical and quantum anisotropic Heisenberg antiferromagnets
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W. Selke
2009-01-01
Full Text Available We study classical and quantum Heisenberg antiferromagnets with exchange anisotropy of XXZ-type and crystal field single-ion terms of quadratic and quartic form in a field. The magnets display a variety of phases, including the spin-flop (or, in the quantum case, spin-liquid and biconical (corresponding, in the quantum lattice gas description, to supersolid phases. Applying ground-state considerations, Monte Carlo and density matrix renormalization group methods, the impact of quantum effects and lattice dimension is analysed. Interesting critical and multicritical behaviour may occur at quantum and thermal phase transitions.
Thermodynamic properties of Heisenberg magnetic systems
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In this paper, we present a comprehensive investigation of the effects of the transverse correlation function (TCF) on the thermodynamic properties of Heisenberg antiferromagnetic (AFM) and ferromagnetic (FM) systems with cubic lattices. The TCF of an FM system is positive and increases with temperature, while that of an AFM system is negative and decreases with temperature. The TCF lowers internal energy, entropy and specific heat. It always raises the free energy of an FM system but raises that of an AFM system only above a specific temperature when the spin quantum number is S ≥ 1. Comparisons between the effects of the TCFs on the FM and AFM systems are made where possible
Heisenberg's Uncertainty : an Ill-Defined Notion ?
Rosinger, Elemer Elad
2012-01-01
The often cited book [11] of Asher Peres presents Quantum Mechanics without the use of the Heisenberg Uncertainty Principle, a principle which it calls an "ill-defined notion". There is, however, no argument in this regard in the mentioned book, or comment related to the fact that its use in the realms of quanta is not necessary, let alone, unavoidable. A possible comment in this respect is presented here. And it is related to certain simple, purely logical facts in axiomatic theories, facts ...
Heisenberg Model in a Rotating Magnetic Field
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LIN Qiong-Gui
2005-01-01
We study the Heisenberg model under the influence of a rotating magnetic field. By using a time-dependent unitary transformation, the time evolution operator for the Schrodinger equation is obtained, which involves no chronological product. The spin vectors (mean values of the spin operators) are obtained as explicit functions of time in the most general case. A series of cyclic solutions are presented. The nonadiabatic geometric phases of these cyclic solutions are calculated, and are expressed in terms of the solid angle subtended by the closed trace of the total spin vector, as well as in terms of those of the individual spins.
Heisenberg-Euler Effective Lagrangians : Basics and Extensions
Dunne, Gerald V.
2004-01-01
I present a pedagogical review of Heisenberg-Euler effective Lagrangians, beginning with the original work of Heisenberg and Euler, and Weisskopf, for the one loop effective action of quantum electrodynamics in a constant electromagnetic background field, and then summarizing some of the important applications and generalizations to inhomogeneous background fields, nonabelian backgrounds, and higher loop effective Lagrangians.
Nonlinear Liouville Theorem in the Quaternionic Heisenberg Group
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YANG Qiao-hua; ZHU Fu-liu
2005-01-01
This paper deals with the problem of the type△Hf+fp =0 in quaternionic Heisenberg group, where △H isthe quaternionic Heisenberg Laplacian. It is proved that, under suitable conditions on p and f, the only solution of △Hf+fp =0 is f≡0.
XYZ Quantum Heisenberg Models with p-Orbital Bosons
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Pinheiro, Fernanda; Bruun, Georg; Martikainen, Jani-Petri;
2013-01-01
We demonstrate how the spin-1/2 XYZ quantum Heisenberg model can be realized with bosonic atoms loaded in the p band of an optical lattice in the Mott regime. The combination of Bose statistics and the symmetry of the p-orbital wave functions leads to a nonintegrable Heisenberg model with...
Proof of Heisenberg's Error-Disturbance Relation
Busch, Paul; Lahti, Pekka; Werner, Reinhard F.
2013-10-01
While the slogan “no measurement without disturbance” has established itself under the name of the Heisenberg effect in the consciousness of the scientifically interested public, a precise statement of this fundamental feature of the quantum world has remained elusive, and serious attempts at rigorous formulations of it as a consequence of quantum theory have led to seemingly conflicting preliminary results. Here we show that despite recent claims to the contrary [L. Rozema et al, Phys. Rev. Lett. 109, 100404 (2012)], Heisenberg-type inequalities can be proven that describe a tradeoff between the precision of a position measurement and the necessary resulting disturbance of momentum (and vice versa). More generally, these inequalities are instances of an uncertainty relation for the imprecisions of any joint measurement of position and momentum. Measures of error and disturbance are here defined as figures of merit characteristic of measuring devices. As such they are state independent, each giving worst-case estimates across all states, in contrast to previous work that is concerned with the relationship between error and disturbance in an individual state.
Heisenberg and the framework of science policy
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In the decades after 1945, new structures were created for science policy in the Federal Republic. To the establishment of the postwar framework Heisenberg contributed as much as any other figure. This was true even though, on the whole, he took no great pleasure in the venture, nor was he always particularly adept at it. His conceptions revolved around certain key notions: autonomy and centralization, elite advisory bodies and relationships of trust, modernization and international standards. These show up at many levels of his activity, from the Max Planck Society to national and international advisory committees to the Humboldt Foundation itself. His opinions were shaped by encounters in the Federal Republic, but they also grew out of his experience of the Third Reich. At a moment like the present, when the postwar settlement is under review, it is interesting to reflect on the inherited system: on the extent to which it reflects the situation of the postwar decades and the intuitions of those who, like Heisenberg, created it. (orig.)
Monte Carlo study of four-spinon dynamic structure function in antiferromagnetic Heisenberg model
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Using Monte Carlo integration methods, we describe the behavior of the exact four-s pinon dynamic structure function S4 in the antiferromagnetic spin 1/2 Heisenberg quantum spin chain as a function of the neutron energy ω and momentum transfer k. We also determine the fourspinon continuum, the extent of the region in the (k, ω) plane outside which S4 is identically zero. In each case, the behavior of S4 is shown to be consistent with the four-spinon continuum and compared to the one of the exact two-spinon dynamic structure function S2. Overall shape similarity is noted. (author)
Heisenberg antiferromagnet on the Husimi lattice
Liao, H. J.; Xie, Z. Y.; Chen, J.; Han, X. J.; Xie, H. D.; Normand, B.; Xiang, T.
2016-02-01
We perform a systematic study of the antiferromagnetic Heisenberg model on the Husimi lattice using numerical tensor-network methods based on projected entangled simplex states. The nature of the ground state varies strongly with the spin quantum number S . For S =1/2 , it is an algebraic (gapless) quantum spin liquid. For S =1 , it is a gapped, nonmagnetic state with spontaneous breaking of triangle symmetry (a trimerized simplex-solid state). For S =2 , it is a simplex-solid state with a spin gap and no symmetry breaking; both integer-spin simplex-solid states are characterized by specific degeneracies in the entanglement spectrum. For S =3/2 , and indeed for all spin values S ≥5/2 , the ground states have 120∘ antiferromagnetic order. In a finite magnetic field, we find that, irrespective of the value of S , there is always a plateau in the magnetization at m =1/3 .
Open timelike curves violate Heisenberg's uncertainty principle
Pienaar, J L; Ralph, T C
2012-01-01
Toy models for quantum evolution in the presence of closed timelike curves (CTCs) have gained attention in the recent literature due to the strange effects they predict. The circuits that give rise to these effects appear quite abstract and contrived, as they require non-trivial interactions between the future and past which lead to infinitely recursive equations. We consider the special case in which there is no interaction inside the CTC, referred to as an open timelike curve (OTC), for which the only local effect is to increase the time elapsed by a clock carried by the system. Remarkably, circuits with access to OTCs are shown to violate Heisenberg's uncertainty principle, allowing perfect state discrimination and perfect cloning of coherent states. The model is extended to wave-packets and smoothly recovers standard quantum mechanics in an appropriate physical limit. The analogy with general relativistic time-dilation suggests that OTCs provide a novel alternative to existing proposals for the behaviour ...
Polarizability tensor and Kramers-Heisenberg induction
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A general expression for the semiclassical, nonrelativistic linear polarizability of an arbitrary volume element V has been derived in the long wavelength approximation. The derivation starts from the expectation value of the dipole strength, as in the original Kramers-Heisenberg paper about optical scattering by atoms. The main requirements underlying the present approach are a separate non-Hermitian part of the Hamiltonian and a frequency dependent damping, which is zero for the static case. Resonant and antiresonant exponentials are both found to be necessary to obtain a proper static response. It is concluded that even parity for the damping has to be preferred from the theoretical point of view, although odd and asymmetric parity yield virtually the same polarizability. The electromagnetic response can still be written in terms of a single complex frequency, in agreement with the requirements of electrodynamics. The resulting expression is suited for the treatment of nonisotropic systems
Generalized Coherent States for Polynomial Weyl-Heisenberg Algebras
Kibler, Maurice Robert; Daoud, Mohammed
2011-01-01
It is the aim of this paper to show how to construct Perelomov and Barut-Girardello coherent states for a polynomial Weyl-Heisenberg algebra. This algebra depends on r parameters. For some special values of the parameter corresponding to r = 1, the algebra covers the cases of the su(1,1) algebra, the su(2) algebra and the ordinary Weyl-Heisenberg or oscillator algebra. For r arbitrary, the generalized Weyl-Heisenberg algebra admits finite or infinite-dimensional representations depending on t...
Classifying characteristic functions giving Weyl-Heisenberg frames
Casazza, P. G.; Lammers, M. C.
2000-01-01
We examine the question of which characteristic functions yield Weyl-Heisenberg frames for various values of the parameters. We also give numerous applications of frames of characteristic functions to the general case (g,a,b).
Beyond Uncertainty Heisenberg, Quantum Physics, and The Bomb
Cassidy, David C
2010-01-01
Award winning biographer revisits the controversial life of this well known German physicist to shed new light on troubling questions. What can we learn about the relationship of scientific research to state power from Heisenberg's role in Nazi Germany?
Some remarks on densities in the Heisenberg group
Magnani, Valentino
2015-01-01
We observe that upper densities and spherical Federer densities may differ on all two dimensional surfaces of the sub-Riemannian Heisenberg group. This provides an entire class of intrinsic rectifiable sets having upper density strictly less than one.
An improved Hardy type inequality on Heisenberg group
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Xiao Ying-Xiong
2011-01-01
Full Text Available Abstract Motivated by the work of Ghoussoub and Moradifam, we prove some improved Hardy inequalities on the Heisenberg group ℍ n via Bessel function. Mathematics Subject Classification (2000: Primary 26D10
Whittaker modules for the twisted Heisenberg-Virasoro algebra
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We define Whittaker modules for the twisted Heisenberg-Virasoro algebra and obtain several results from the classical setting, including a classification of simple Whittaker modules by central characters.
Heisenberg Groups and their Automorphisms over Algebras with Central Involution
Johnson, Robert W.
2015-08-01
Heisenberg groups over algebras with central involution and their automorphism groups are constructed. The complex quaternion group algebra over a prime field is used as an example. Its subspaces provide finite models for each of the real and complex quadratic spaces with dimension 4 or less. A model for the representations of these Heisenberg groups and automorphism groups is constructed. A pseudo-differential operator enables a parallel treatment of spaces defined over finite and real fields.
Magnetic Properties of Heisenberg Thin Films in an External Field
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CHEN Hong; ZHANG Jing
2004-01-01
The magnetic properties of Heisenberg ferromagnetic films in an external magnetic field are investigated by means of the variational cumulant expansion (VCE). The magnetization can be in principle calculated analytically as the function of the temperature and the number of atomic layers in the film to an arbitrary order of accuracy in the VCE. We calculate the spontaneous magnetization and coercivity to the third order for spin-1/2 Heisenberg films with simple cubic lattices by using a graphic technique.
On the rational relationship between Heisenberg principle and general relativity
Xiao, Jianhua
2006-01-01
The research shows that the Heisenberg principle is the logic results of general relativity principle. If inertia coordinator system is used, the general relativity will logically be derived from the Heisenberg principle. The intrinsic relation between the quantum mechanics and general relativity is broken by introducing pure-imaginary time to explain the Lorentz transformation. Therefore, this research shows a way to establish an unified field theory of physics
The Virtually Cyclic Classifying Space of the Heisenberg Group
Manion, Andrew; Pham, Lisa; Poelhuis, Jonathan
2008-01-01
We are interested in the relationship between the virtual cohomological dimension (or vcd) of a discrete group Gamma and the smallest possible dimension of a model for the classifying space of Gamma relative to its family of virtually cyclic subgroups. In this paper we construct a model for the virtually cyclic classifying space of the Heisenberg group. This model has dimension 3, which equals the vcd of the Heisenberg group. We also prove that there exists no model of dimension less than 3.
Impure Heisenberg systems with biquadratic interactions
Chakraborty, K. G.
1980-08-01
The purpose of the present paper is to study an impure Heisenberg ferromagnet governed by the Hamiltonian H=-Ji,Δ[S-->i.S-->i+Δ+α(S-->i.S-->i+Δ)2]-2J0Δ[S-->0.S-->Δ+α0(S-->0.S-->Δ)2], where J is the host-host bilinear exchange constant, 2(J+J0) is the host-impurity bilinear exchange constant, α and α0 being the corresponding biquadratic coupling parameters, and Δ, a nearest-neighbor vector. S--> and S-->0 are the host and the impurity spins, respectively. Through utilization of the Dyson transformation, it is shown that at low temperatures the effect of the biquadratic terms is simply to renormalize the bilinear exchange constants J and J0 by 1+2αS(S-1) and 1+α0(2SS0-S-S0), respectively. Some qualitative discussions on the scattering processes are presented. The method of Green's function is then employed to discuss the criteria for the existence of localized modes in the system. The situations appearing in KMnF3, RbMnF3, KNiF3, and MnF2 doped by impurities are critically examined. Some numerical estimates of the biquadratic parameters α and α0 are also made which are found to agree satisfactorily with those obtained by previous authors.
Nonlinear phonon interferometry at the Heisenberg limit
Cheung, Hil F. H.; Patil, Yogesh Sharad; Chang, Laura; Chakram, Srivatsan; Vengalattore, Mukund
2016-05-01
Interferometers operating at or close to quantum limits of precision have found wide application in tabletop searches for physics beyond the standard model, the study of fundamental forces and symmetries of nature and foundational tests of quantum mechanics. The limits imposed by quantum fluctuations and measurement backaction on conventional interferometers (δϕ 1 /√{ N}) have spurred the development of schemes to circumvent these limits through quantum interference, multiparticle interactions and entanglement. Here, we realize a prominent example of such schemes, the so-called SU(1,1) interferometer, in a fundamentally new platform in which the interfering arms are distinct flexural modes of a millimeter-scale mechanical resonator. We realize up to 15.4(3) dB of noise squeezing and demonstrate the Heisenberg scaling of interferometric sensitivity (δϕ 1 / N), corresponding to a 6-fold improvement in measurement precision over a conventional interferometer. We describe how our work extends the optomechanical toolbox and how it presents new avenues for studies of optomechanical sensing and studies of nonequilibrium dynamics of multimode optomechanical systems. This work was supported by the DARPA QuASAR program through a grant from the ARO, the ARO MURI on non-equilibrium manybody dynamics and an NSF INSPIRE award.
Linear dependencies in Weyl-Heisenberg orbits
Dang, Hoan Bui; Blanchfield, Kate; Bengtsson, Ingemar; Appleby, D. M.
2013-11-01
Five years ago, Lane Hughston showed that some of the symmetric informationally complete positive operator valued measures (SICs) in dimension 3 coincide with the Hesse configuration (a structure well known to algebraic geometers, which arises from the torsion points of a certain elliptic curve). This connection with elliptic curves is signalled by the presence of linear dependencies among the SIC vectors. Here we look for analogous connections between SICs and algebraic geometry by performing computer searches for linear dependencies in higher dimensional SICs. We prove that linear dependencies will always emerge in Weyl-Heisenberg orbits when the fiducial vector lies in a certain subspace of an order 3 unitary matrix. This includes SICs when the dimension is divisible by 3 or equal to 8 mod 9. We examine the linear dependencies in dimension 6 in detail and show that smaller dimensional SICs are contained within this structure, potentially impacting the SIC existence problem. We extend our results to look for linear dependencies in orbits when the fiducial vector lies in an eigenspace of other elements of the Clifford group that are not order 3. Finally, we align our work with recent studies on representations of the Clifford group.
Non self-conjugate strings, singular strings and rigged configurations in the Heisenberg model
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We observe a different type of complex solutions in the isotropic spin-1/2 Heisenberg chain starting from N = 12, where the central rapidity of some of the odd-length strings becomes complex so that not all the strings self-conjugate individually. We show that there are at most (N − 2)/2 singular solutions for M = 4, M = 5 down-spins and at most (N2 − 6N + 8)/8 singular solutions for M = 6, M = 7 down-spins in an even-length chain with N ⩾ 2M. Correspondence of the non self-conjugate string solutions and the singular string solutions to the rigged configurations has also been shown. (paper)
Microscopic Origin of Heisenberg and Non-Heisenberg Exchange Interactions in Ferromagnetic bcc Fe.
Kvashnin, Y O; Cardias, R; Szilva, A; Di Marco, I; Katsnelson, M I; Lichtenstein, A I; Nordström, L; Klautau, A B; Eriksson, O
2016-05-27
By means of first principles calculations, we investigate the nature of exchange coupling in ferromagnetic bcc Fe on a microscopic level. Analyzing the basic electronic structure reveals a drastic difference between the 3d orbitals of E_{g} and T_{2g} symmetries. The latter ones define the shape of the Fermi surface, while the former ones form weakly interacting impurity levels. We demonstrate that, as a result of this, in Fe the T_{2g} orbitals participate in exchange interactions, which are only weakly dependent on the configuration of the spin moments and thus can be classified as Heisenberg-like. These couplings are shown to be driven by Fermi surface nesting. In contrast, for the E_{g} states, the Heisenberg picture breaks down since the corresponding contribution to the exchange interactions is shown to strongly depend on the reference state they are extracted from. Our analysis of the nearest-neighbor coupling indicates that the interactions among E_{g} states are mainly proportional to the corresponding hopping integral and thus can be attributed to be of double-exchange origin. By making a comparison to other magnetic transition metals, we put the results of bcc Fe into context and argue that iron has a unique behavior when it comes to magnetic exchange interactions. PMID:27284671
Heisenberg lecture: Supersymmetry in the spectra of atomic nuclei
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Talk given at the Symposium: 'Werner Heisenberg und die Wissenschaft, das Denken und die Kunst', Alexander von Humboldt Club, Bucharest, October 16 - 17, 2001, Goethe-Institut, Bucharest, Romania. This Symposium of the Humboldt Club in Bucharest was dedicated to the work of Werner Heisenberg. With the occasion of the hundredth anniversary of his birthday the aim was to recall the impact of Heisenberg's work not only on physics and related fields but also on philosophy and on our present understanding of science. Werner Heisenberg discovered and formulated the laws of quantum physics, the concepts and the tools one uses at present. These discoveries resulted from his ambitious goal to reveal the fundamental laws of physics and to understand these laws within the logical and structural aspects they imply for the understanding of nature and of thinking. In this way he was aware of the potential of this fundamental new approach and applied the concept of quantum phenomena to physics, chemistry, biology, and to logical-philosophical questions. Being invited here as first speaker of this Symposium the author considered as appropriate, first to recall a few dates out of his vita and essentials of his work, and then to address to a timely subject, which is, hopefully, related to the work of Werner Heisenberg. (author)
A superfluid spin phase in ferromagnetic chains
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I show that for a spin-1/2 ferromagnetic Heisenberg chain, a new spontaneously broken symmetry state with no spontaneous magnetization, degenerate to the ferromagnetically ordered ground state exists in a generalized mean field theory. It has off-diagonal long-range order. Consequently a 3-dimensional system of weakly coupled ferromagnetic chains can have this new order at low temperatures. Some interesting experimentally observable predictions are made. (author)
Trudinger-Moser inequalities on the entire Heisenberg group
Yang, Yunyan
2012-01-01
Continuing our previous work (Cohn, Lam, Lu, Yang, Nonlinear Analysis (2011), doi: 10.1016 /j.na.2011.09.053), we obtain a class of Trudinger-Moser inequalities on the entire Heisenberg group, which indicate what the best constants are. All the existing proofs of similar inequalities on unbounded domain of the Euclidean space or the Heisenberg group are based on rearrangement argument. In this note, we propose a new approach to solve this problem. Specifically we get the global Trudinger-Moser inequality by gluing local estimates with the help of cut-off functions. Our method still works for similar problems when the Heisenberg group is replaced by the Eclidean space or complete noncompact Riemannian manifolds.
Heisenberg scaling of imaging resolution by coherent enhancement
McConnell, Robert; Yoder, Theodore J; Bruzewicz, Colin D; Chuang, Isaac L; Chiaverini, John; Sage, Jeremy M
2016-01-01
Classical imaging works by scattering photons from an object to be imaged, and achieves resolution scaling as $1/\\sqrt{t}$, with $t$ the imaging time. By contrast, the laws of quantum mechanics allow one to utilize quantum coherence to obtain imaging resolution that can scale as quickly as $1/t$ -- the so-called "Heisenberg limit." However, ambiguities in the obtained signal often preclude taking full advantage of this quantum enhancement, while imaging techniques designed to be unambiguous often lose this optimal Heisenberg scaling. Here, we demonstrate an imaging technique which combines unambiguous detection of the target with Heisenberg scaling of the resolution. We also demonstrate a binary search algorithm which can efficiently locate a coherent target using the technique, resolving a target trapped ion to within 3% of the $1/e^2$ diameter of the excitation beam.
Heisenberg in the atomic age science and the public sphere
Carson, Cathryn
2010-01-01
The end of the Second World War opened a new era for science in public life. Heisenberg in the Atomic Age explores the transformations of science's public presence in the postwar Federal Republic of Germany. It shows how Heisenberg's philosophical commentaries, circulating in the mass media, secured his role as science's public philosopher, and it reflects on his policy engagements and public political stands, which helped redefine the relationship between science and the state. With deep archival grounding, the book tracks Heisenberg's interactions with intellectuals from Heidegger to Habermas and political leaders from Adenauer to Brandt. It also traces his evolving statements about his wartime research on nuclear fission for the National Socialist regime. Working between the history of science and German history, the book's central theme is the place of scientific rationality in public life - after the atomic bomb, in the wake of the Third Reich.
Modified Heisenberg model for the zig-zag structure in multiferroic RMn2O5
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The class of RMn2O5 (R = Ho, Tb, Y, Eu) compounds offers multiferroic properties where the refined magnetic zig-zag order breaks the inversion symmetry. Varying the temperature, the system undergoes a magnetic and a subsequent ferroelectric phase transition where the ferroelectricity is magnetically induced. We propose a modified anisotropic Heisenberg model that can be used as a tractable analytical model studying the properties of those antiferromagnetic zig-zag spin chains. Based on a finite temperature Green's function method, it is shown that the polarization is induced solely by different exchange couplings of the two different Mn4+ and Mn3+ magnetic ions. We calculate the excitation energy of the spin system for finite temperatures, which for its part determines the temperature dependent magnetization and polarization. The ferroelectric phase transition is manifested as a kink in the excitation energy. The variation of the polarization by an external magnetic field depends strongly on the direction of that field. Whereas, the polarization in b-direction increases with an external magnetic field as well in b-direction it can be switched for strong fields in a-direction. The results based on that modified Heisenberg model are in qualitative agreement with experimental data
A survey of algebraic actions of the discrete Heisenberg group
Lind, D.; Schmidt, K.
2015-08-01
The study of actions of countable groups by automorphisms of compact Abelian groups has recently undergone intensive development, revealing deep connections with operator algebras and other areas. The discrete Heisenberg group is the simplest non-commutative example, where dynamical phenomena related to its non-commutativity already illustrate many of these connections. The explicit structure of this group means that these phenomena have concrete descriptions, which are not only instances of the general theory but are also testing grounds for further work. This paper surveys what is known about such actions of the discrete Heisenberg group, providing numerous examples and emphasizing many of the open problems that remain. Bibliography: 71 titles.
The Finite Heisenberg-Weyl Groups in Radar and Communications
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Calderbank AR
2006-01-01
Full Text Available We investigate the theory of the finite Heisenberg-Weyl group in relation to the development of adaptive radar and to the construction of spreading sequences and error-correcting codes in communications. We contend that this group can form the basis for the representation of the radar environment in terms of operators on the space of waveforms. We also demonstrate, following recent developments in the theory of error-correcting codes, that the finite Heisenberg-Weyl groups provide a unified basis for the construction of useful waveforms/sequences for radar, communications, and the theory of error-correcting codes.
Heisenberg-Weyl algebra revisited: combinatorics of words and paths
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The Heisenberg-Weyl algebra, which underlies virtually all physical representations of quantum theory, is considered from the combinatorial point of view. We provide a concrete model of the algebra in terms of paths on a lattice with some decomposition rules. We also discuss the rook problem on the associated Ferrers board; this is related to the calculus in the normally ordered basis. From this starting point we explore combinatorial underpinning of the Heisenberg-Weyl algebra, which offers novel perspectives, methods and applications
Quantum crystals and spin chains
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Dijkgraaf, Robbert [KdV Institute for Mathematics, University of Amsterdam, Plantage Muidergracht 24, 1018 TV Amsterdam (Netherlands); Institute for Theoretical Physics, University of Amsterdam, Valckenierstraat 65, 1018 XE Amsterdam (Netherlands); Orlando, Domenico [Institut de Physique, Universite de Neuchatel, Rue Breguet 1, CH-2000 Neuchatel (Switzerland); Reffert, Susanne [Institute for Theoretical Physics, University of Amsterdam, Valckenierstraat 65, 1018 XE Amsterdam (Netherlands)], E-mail: sreffert@gmail.com
2009-04-21
In this article, we discuss the quantum version of the melting crystal corner in one, two, and three dimensions, generalizing the treatment for the quantum dimer model. Using a mapping to spin chains we find that the two-dimensional case (growth of random partitions) is integrable and leads directly to the Hamiltonian of the Heisenberg XXZ ferromagnet. The three-dimensional case of the melting crystal corner is described in terms of a system of coupled XXZ spin chains. We give a conjecture for its mass gap and analyze the system numerically.
Deformed Heisenberg algebra, fractional spin fields and supersymmetry without fermions
Plyushchay, M S
1994-01-01
Within a group-theoretical approach to the description of (2+1)-dimensional anyons, the minimal covariant set of linear differential equations is constructed for the fractional spin fields with the help of the deformed Heisenberg algebra (DHA), [a^{-},a^{+}]=1+\
On the magnetism of Heisenberg double-layer antiferromagnets
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The author investigates the sublattice magnetization and the susceptibility of the double-layer Heisenberg antiferromagnet K3M2F7 by employing the techniques of elastic and quasi-elastic critical magnetic scattering of neutrons. (G.T.H.)
The Bohr-Heisenberg correspondence principle viewed from phase space
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Dahl, Jens Peder
Phase-space representations play an increasingly important role in several branches of physics. Here, we review the author's studies of the Bohr-Heisenberg correspondence principle within the Weyl-Wigner phase-space representation. The analysis leads to refined correspondence rules that can be...
Direct Calculation of Thermodynamic Quantities for Heisenberg Model
Kato, Go; Wadati, Miki
2002-01-01
The XXX Heisenberg model is studied at finite temperature. The free energy is derived without recourse to Thermal Bethe Ansatz method and Quantum Transfer Matrix method. The result perfectly agrees with the free energy derived by Thermal Bethe Ansatz method. An explicit expression of the cluster expansion coefficient in arbitrary order is presented for the first time.
IMPROVED GAGLIARDO-NIRENBERG INEQUALITIES ON HEISENBERG TYPE GROUPS
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Luo Guangzhou
2011-01-01
Motivated by the idea of M.Ledoux who brings out the connection between Sobolev embeddings and heat kernel bounds,we prove an analogous result for Kohn's sub-Laplacian on the Heisenberg type groups.The main result includes features of an inequality of either Sobolev or Galiardo-Nirenberg type.
Effect of the site dilution on spin transport in the two-dimensional biquadratic Heisenberg model
Lima, L. S.
2016-05-01
We use the SU(3) Schwinger's boson theory to study the spin transport in the biquadratic Heisenberg chains in a square lattice with a distribution of non-magnetic impurities on the lattice. We verify the influence of the site dilution in the Ac and Dc spin conductivities of this model in the Bose-Einstein condensation regime in which the bosons t are condensed. Our results show that the decreasing of the gap Δ with -β suffers a change for different concentrations x of non-magnetic impurities, however the point (in the -β axis) where the gap cancels does not change with x. Therefore, the size of the region ω, where the spin conductivity goes to zero decreases with the increase of x until the point where x=0.5, where the size of this region tends to zero.
Renormalization-group studies of antiferromagnetic chains. I. Nearest-neighbor interactions
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The real-space renormalization-group method introduced by workers at the Stanford Linear Accelerator Center (SLAC) is used to study one-dimensional antiferromagnetic chains at zero temperature. Calculations using three-site blocks (for the Heisenberg-Ising model) and two-site blocks (for the isotropic Heisenberg model) are compared with exact results. In connection with the two-site calculation a duality transformation is introduced under which the isotropic Heisenberg model is self-dual. Such duality transformations can be defined for models other than those considered here, and may be useful in various block-spin calculations
Euler-Heisenberg-Weiss action for QCD +QED
Ozaki, Sho; Arai, Takashi; Hattori, Koichi; Itakura, Kazunori
2015-07-01
We derive an analytic expression for one-loop effective action of QCD +QED at zero and finite temperatures by using the Schwinger proper time method. The result is a nonlinear effective action not only for electromagnetic and chromo-electromagnetic fields but also for the Polyakov loop, and thus reproduces the Euler-Heisenberg action in QED, QCD, and QED +QCD , and also the Weiss potential for the Polyakov loop at finite temperature. As applications of this "Euler-Heisenberg-Weiss" action in QCD +QED , we investigate quark pair productions induced by QCD +QED fields at zero temperature and the Polyakov loop in the presence of strong electromagnetic fields. Quark one-loop contribution to the effective potential of the Polyakov loop explicitly breaks the center symmetry, and is found to be enhanced by the magnetic field, which is consistent with the inverse magnetic catalysis observed in lattice QCD simulation.
Euler-Heisenberg-Weiss action for QCD+QED
Ozaki, Sho; Hattori, Koichi; Itakura, Kazunori
2015-01-01
We derive an analytic expression for one-loop effective action of QCD+QED at zero and finite temperatures by using the Schwinger's proper time method. The result is a nonlinear effective action not only for electromagnetic and chromo-electromagnetic fields but also the Polyakov loop, and thus reproduces the Euler-Heisenberg action in QED, QCD, and QED+QCD, and also the Weiss potential for the Polyakov loop at finite temperature. As applications of this "Euler-Heisenberg-Weiss" action in QCD+QED, we investigate quark pair productions induced by QCD+QED fields at zero temperature and the Polyakov loop in the presence of strong electromagnetic fields. Quark one-loop contribution to the effective potential of the Polyakov loop explicitly breaks the center symmetry, and is found to be enhanced by the magnetic field, which is consistent with the inverse magnetic catalysis observed in lattice QCD simulation.
Heisenberg picture approach to the stability of quantum Markov systems
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Pan, Yu, E-mail: yu.pan@anu.edu.au, E-mail: zibo.miao@anu.edu.au; Miao, Zibo, E-mail: yu.pan@anu.edu.au, E-mail: zibo.miao@anu.edu.au [Research School of Engineering, Australian National University, Canberra, ACT 0200 (Australia); Amini, Hadis, E-mail: nhamini@stanford.edu [Edward L. Ginzton Laboratory, Stanford University, Stanford, California 94305 (United States); Gough, John, E-mail: jug@aber.ac.uk [Institute of Mathematics and Physics, Aberystwyth University, SY23 3BZ Wales (United Kingdom); Ugrinovskii, Valery, E-mail: v.ugrinovskii@gmail.com [School of Engineering and Information Technology, University of New South Wales at ADFA, Canberra, ACT 2600 (Australia); James, Matthew R., E-mail: matthew.james@anu.edu.au [ARC Centre for Quantum Computation and Communication Technology, Research School of Engineering, Australian National University, Canberra, ACT 0200 (Australia)
2014-06-15
Quantum Markovian systems, modeled as unitary dilations in the quantum stochastic calculus of Hudson and Parthasarathy, have become standard in current quantum technological applications. This paper investigates the stability theory of such systems. Lyapunov-type conditions in the Heisenberg picture are derived in order to stabilize the evolution of system operators as well as the underlying dynamics of the quantum states. In particular, using the quantum Markov semigroup associated with this quantum stochastic differential equation, we derive sufficient conditions for the existence and stability of a unique and faithful invariant quantum state. Furthermore, this paper proves the quantum invariance principle, which extends the LaSalle invariance principle to quantum systems in the Heisenberg picture. These results are formulated in terms of algebraic constraints suitable for engineering quantum systems that are used in coherent feedback networks.
Space Group Symmetry Fractionalization in a Chiral Kagome Heisenberg Antiferromagnet.
Zaletel, Michael P; Zhu, Zhenyue; Lu, Yuan-Ming; Vishwanath, Ashvin; White, Steven R
2016-05-13
The anyonic excitations of a spin liquid can feature fractional quantum numbers under space group symmetries. Detecting these fractional quantum numbers, which are analogs of the fractional charge of Laughlin quasiparticles, may prove easier than the direct observation of anyonic braiding and statistics. Motivated by the recent numerical discovery of spin-liquid phases in the kagome Heisenberg antiferromagnet, we theoretically predict the pattern of space group symmetry fractionalization in the kagome lattice SO(3)-symmetric chiral spin liquid. We provide a method to detect these fractional quantum numbers in finite-size numerics which is simple to implement in the density matrix renormalization group. Applying these developments to the chiral spin liquid phase of a kagome Heisenberg model, we find perfect agreement between our theoretical prediction and numerical observations. PMID:27232041
The role of phase space geometry in Heisenberg's uncertainty relation
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Aiming towards a geometric description of quantum theory, we study the coherent states-induced metric on the phase space, which provides a geometric formulation of the Heisenberg uncertainty relations (both the position-momentum and the time-energy ones). The metric also distinguishes the original uncertainty relations of Heisenberg from the ones that are obtained from non-commutativity of operators. Conversely, the uncertainty relations can be written in terms of this metric only, hence they can be formulated for any physical system, including ones with non-trivial phase space. Moreover, the metric is a key ingredient of the probability structure of continuous-time histories on phase space. This fact allows a simple new proof the impossibility of the physical manifestation of the quantum Zeno and anti-Zeno paradoxes. Finally, we construct the coherent states for a spinless relativistic particle, as a non-trivial example by which we demonstrate our results
Influence of the Heisenberg Principle on the Ideal Bose Gas
Zheng, Hua; Bonasera, Aldo
2013-01-01
The ideal Bose gas has two major shortcomings: at zero temperature, all the particles 'condense' at zero energy or momentum, thus violating the Heisenberg principle; the second is that the pressure below the critical point is independent of density resulting in zero incompressibility (or infinite isothermal compressibility) which is unphysical. We propose a modification of the ideal Bose gas to take into account the Heisenberg principle. This modification results in a finite (in)compressibility at all temperatures and densities. The main properties of the ideal Bose gas are preserved, i.e. the relation between the critical temperature and density, but the specific heat has a maximum at the critical temperature instead of a discontinuity. Of course interactions are crucial for both cases in order to describe actual physical systems.
Laguerre calculus and Paneitz operator on the Heisenberg group
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CHANG; Der-Chen
2009-01-01
Laguerre calculus is a powerful tool for harmonic analysis on the Heisenberg group.Many sub-elliptic partial differential operators can be inverted by Laguerre calculus.In this article,we use Laguerre calculus to find explicit kernels of the fundamental solution for the Paneitz operator and its heat equation.The Paneitz operator which plays an important role in CR geometry can be written as follows:Here{Zj}n j=1 is an orthonormal basis for the subbundle T(1,0)of the complex tangent bundle TC(Hn) and T is the"missing direction".The operator Lα is the sub-Laplacian on the Heisenberg group which is sub-elliptic ifαdoes not belong to an exceptional setΛα.We also construct projection operators and relative fundamental solution for the operator Lα whileα∈Λα.
Wavelet transform and Radon transform on the Quaternion Heisenberg group
He, JIanxun
2011-01-01
Let $\\mathscr Q$ be the quaternion Heisenberg group, and let $\\mathbf P$ be the affine automorphism group of $\\mathscr Q$. We develop the theory of continuous wavelet transform on the quaternion Heisenberg group via the unitary representations of $\\mathbf P$ on $L^2(\\mathscr Q)$. A class of radial wavelets is constructed. The inverse wavelet transform is simplified by using radial wavelets. Then we investigate the Radon transform on $\\mathscr Q$. A Semyanistri-Lizorkin space is introduced, on which the Radon transform is a bijection. We deal with the Radon transform on $\\mathscr Q$ both by the Euclidean Fourier transform and the group Fourier transform. These two treatments are essentially equivalent. We also give an inversion formula by using wavelets, which does not require the smoothness of functions if the wavelet is smooth.
Approaching the Heisenberg Limit without Single-Particle Detection.
Davis, Emily; Bentsen, Gregory; Schleier-Smith, Monika
2016-02-01
We propose an approach to quantum phase estimation that can attain precision near the Heisenberg limit without requiring single-particle-resolved state detection. We show that the "one-axis twisting" interaction, well known for generating spin squeezing in atomic ensembles, can also amplify the output signal of an entanglement-enhanced interferometer to facilitate readout. Applying this interaction-based readout to oversqueezed, non-Gaussian states yields a Heisenberg scaling in phase sensitivity, which persists in the presence of detection noise as large as the quantum projection noise of an unentangled ensemble. Even in dissipative implementations-e.g., employing light-mediated interactions in an optical cavity or Rydberg dressing-the method significantly relaxes the detection resolution required for spectroscopy beyond the standard quantum limit. PMID:26894711
Rogue-wave interaction for the Heisenberg ferromagnetism system
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Heisenberg-type models for spin–spin interactions have been used to explain magnetic ordering in ferromagnetic materials. In this paper, a generalized, inhomogeneous, nonlinear Schrödinger equation for the Heisenberg ferromagnetic spin system is investigated. By virtue of the generalized Darboux transformation, higher-order rogue-wave solutions are derived. Wave propagation and interaction are analyzed: (1) bright-rogue waves are found; (2) perturbation parametes and inhomogeneities in the medium of the system affect the direction and existing time of the first-order rogue-wave propagation; (3) perturbation parameters and inhomogeneities in the medium of the system affect the shapes, distances, patterns, and existing times of the second- and third-order rogue-wave interactions; (4) the direction of each second-order rogue wave remains unvaried after the interaction. (paper)
Heisenberg picture approach to the stability of quantum Markov systems
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Quantum Markovian systems, modeled as unitary dilations in the quantum stochastic calculus of Hudson and Parthasarathy, have become standard in current quantum technological applications. This paper investigates the stability theory of such systems. Lyapunov-type conditions in the Heisenberg picture are derived in order to stabilize the evolution of system operators as well as the underlying dynamics of the quantum states. In particular, using the quantum Markov semigroup associated with this quantum stochastic differential equation, we derive sufficient conditions for the existence and stability of a unique and faithful invariant quantum state. Furthermore, this paper proves the quantum invariance principle, which extends the LaSalle invariance principle to quantum systems in the Heisenberg picture. These results are formulated in terms of algebraic constraints suitable for engineering quantum systems that are used in coherent feedback networks
Investigation of non-Hermitian Hamiltonians in the Heisenberg picture
Miao, Yan-Gang; Xu, Zhen-Ming
2016-05-01
The Heisenberg picture for non-Hermitian but η-pseudo-Hermitian Hamiltonian systems is suggested. If a non-Hermitian but η-pseudo-Hermitian Hamiltonian leads to real second order equations of motion, though their first order Heisenberg equations of motion are complex, we can construct a Hermitian counterpart that gives the same second order equations of motion. In terms of a similarity transformation we verify the iso-spectral property of the Hermitian and non-Hermitian Hamiltonians and obtain the related eigenfunctions. This feature can be used to determine real eigenvalues for such non-Hermitian Hamiltonian systems. As an application, two new non-Hermitian Hamiltonians are constructed and investigated, where one is non-Hermitian and non-PT-symmetric and the other is non-Hermitian but PT-symmetric. Moreover, the complementarity and compatibility between our treatment and the PT symmetry are discussed.
Inspiration of Heisenberg Uncertainty Principle to College Education
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2008-01-01
No matter how accurately one tried to measure the classical quantities of position and momentum, there would always be an uncertainty in the measurement.The Heisenberg Principle of Uncertainty is one of the most significant changes in our comprehension of the universe, it inspired people once again to think the unthinkable, and challenge the very foundations of subjects in both research and educational fields.
Magnetic properties of nanoscale compass-Heisenberg planar clusters
Trousselet, F.; Oles, A. M.; Horsch, P.
2012-01-01
We study a model of spins 1/2 on a square lattice, generalizing the quantum compass model via the addition of perturbing Heisenberg interactions between nearest neighbors, and investigate its phase diagram and magnetic excitations. This model has motivations both from the field of strongly correlated systems with orbital degeneracy and from that of solid-state based devices proposed for quantum computing. We find that the high degeneracy of ground states of the compass model is fragile and ch...
Percolation properties of the 2D Heisenberg model
Allès, B; Criado, C; Pepé, M
1999-01-01
We analyze the percolation properties of certain clusters defined on configurations of the 2--dimensional Heisenberg model thermalized at a temperature T=0.5. We find that, given any direction in O(3) space, \\vec{n}, the spins almost perpendicular to \\vec{n} form a percolating cluster. Given a fixed configuration, this is true for any \\vec{n}. We briefly comment on the critical properties of the model.
New relativistic generalization of the Heisenberg commutation relations
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A relativistic generalization of the Heisenberg commutation relations is suggested which is different from the conventional ones used for the intrinsic coordinates and momenta in the relativistic oscillator model and the relativistic string. This new quantum relativistic oscillator (QRC) model is determined by the requirement that it gives a unified description of relativistic vibrations and rotations and contracts in the non-relativistic limit 1/c → 0 into the usual non-relativistic harmonic oscillator. 10 refs
Graph model of the Heisenberg-Weyl algebra
Blasiak, P.; Horzela, A.; Duchamp, G. H. E.; Penson, K. A.; Solomon, A. I.
2007-01-01
We consider an algebraic formulation of Quantum Theory and develop a combinatorial model of the Heisenberg-Weyl algebra structure. It is shown that by lifting this structure to the richer algebra of graph operator calculus, we gain a simple interpretation involving, for example, the natural composition of graphs. This provides a deeper insight into the algebraic structure of Quantum Theory and sheds light on the intrinsic combinatorial underpinning of its abstract formalism.
Graph model of the Heisenberg-Weyl algebra
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We consider an algebraic formulation of Quantum Theory and develop a combinatorial model of the Heisenberg-Weyl algebra structure. It is shown that by lifting this structure to the richer algebra of graph operator calculus, we gain a simple interpretation involving, for example, the natural composition of graphs. This provides a deeper insight into the algebraic structure of Quantum Theory and sheds light on the intrinsic combinatorial underpinning of its abstract formalism.
The Stabilized Poincare-Heisenberg algebra: a Clifford algebra viewpoint
Gresnigt, N. G.; Renaud, P. F.; Butler, P. H.
2006-01-01
The stabilized Poincare-Heisenberg algebra (SPHA) is the Lie algebra of quantum relativistic kinematics generated by fifteen generators. It is obtained from imposing stability conditions after attempting to combine the Lie algebras of quantum mechanics and relativity which by themselves are stable, however not when combined. In this paper we show how the sixteen dimensional Clifford algebra CL(1,3) can be used to generate the SPHA. The Clifford algebra path to the SPHA avoids the traditional ...
Random field distributed Heisenberg model on a thin film geometry
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The effects of the bimodal random field distribution on the thermal and magnetic properties of the Heisenberg thin film have been investigated by making use of a two spin cluster with the decoupling approximation. Particular attention has been devoted to the obtaining of phase diagrams and magnetization behaviors. The physical behaviors of special as well as tricritical points are discussed for a wide range of selected Hamiltonian parameters. For example, it is found that when the strength of a magnetic field increases, the locations of the special point (which is the ratio of the surface exchange interaction and the exchange interaction of the inner layers that makes the critical temperature of the film independent of the thickness) in the related plane decrease. Moreover, tricritical behavior has been obtained for higher values of the magnetic field, and influences of the varying Hamiltonian parameters on its behavior have been elucidated in detail in order to have a better understanding of the mechanism underlying the considered system. - Highlights: • Effect of bimodal random field distribution within the Heisenberg model is investigated. • Phase diagrams of the random field Heisenberg model in a thin film geometry are obtained. • Effect of the random field on the magnetic properties is obtained. • Variation of the special point with random field is determined. • Variation of the tricritical point with random field is determined
The spin-Peierls chain revisited
Hager, Georg; Weisse, Alexander; Wellein, Gerhard; Jeckelmann, Eric; Fehske, Holger
2006-01-01
We extend previous analytical studies of the ground-state phase diagram of a one-dimensional Heisenberg spin chain coupled to optical phonons, which for increasing spin-lattice coupling undergoes a quantum phase transition from a gap-less to a gaped phase with finite lattice dimerisation. We check the analytical results against established four-block and new two-block density matrix renormalisation group (DMRG) calculations. Different finite-size scaling behaviour of the spin excitation gaps ...
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Jing Wen LUAN; Fu Liu ZHU
2005-01-01
In this paper, we make the asymptotic estimates of the heat kernel for the quaternionic Heisenberg group in various cases. We also use these results to deduce the asymptotic estimates of certain harmonic functions on the quaternionic Heisenberg group. Moreover a Martin compactification of the quaternionic Heisenberg group is constructed, and we prove that the Martin boundary of this group is homeomorphic to the unit ball in the quaternionic field.
Quantum theory of spin waves in finite chiral spin chains
Roldán-Molina, A.; Santander, M. J.; Núñez, A.S.; Fernández Rossier, Joaquín
2013-01-01
We calculate the effect of spin waves on the properties of finite-size spin chains with a chiral spin ground state observed on biatomic Fe chains deposited on iridium(001). The system is described with a Heisenberg model supplemented with a Dzyaloshinskii-Moriya coupling and a uniaxial single ion anisotropy that presents a chiral spin ground state. Spin waves are studied using the Holstein-Primakoff boson representation of spin operators. Both the renormalized ground state and the elementary ...
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YAO Xiao-yan; LI Peng-lei; DONG Shuai; LIU Jun-ming
2007-01-01
A three-dimensional Ising-like model doped with anti-ferromagnetic (AFM) bonds is proposed to investigate the magnetic properties of a doped triangular spin-chain system by using a Monte-Carlo simulation. The simulated results indicate that a steplike magnetization behavior is very sensitive to the concentration of AFM bonds. A low concentration of AFM bonds can suppress the stepwise behavior considerably, in accordance with doping experiments on Ca3Co206. The analysis of spin snapshots demonstrates that the AFM bond doping not only breaks the ferromagnetic ordered linear spin chains along the hexagonal c-axis but also has a great influence upon the spin configuration in the ab-plane.
Hierarchy of Local Minimum Solutions of Heisenberg's Uncertainty Principle
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We derive a new hierarchy of local minimum Heisenberg-uncertainty states by introducing a superposition of ''small waves'' onto some initial state. Our objective is to increase the resolution in one observable, with the least decrease in the resolution in the conjugate observable. This leads to a constrained minimization which in a well-defined sense yields the best possible way of achieving this goal. The results are relevant to many topics (e.g., quantum optics and control, Bose-Einstein condensation, path integration, etc.)
Some Properties of Quasiconvex Functions on the Heisenberg Group
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Ming-bao Sun; Xiao-ping Yang
2005-01-01
For the Heisenberg group, we introduce the concept of h-quasiconvex functions. We prove that the notions of h-quasiconvex functions and h-convex set are equivalent and that h-quasiconvex functions are locally bounded from above, and furthermore derive that h-convex functions are locally bounded, therefore it is locally Lipschitz continuous by using recent results by Danielli-Garofalo-Nhieu. Finally we give estimates of the L∞norm of the first derivatives of h-quasiconvex functions.
Bootstrap equations and correlation functions for the Heisenberg XYZ antiferromagnet
Quano, Yas-Hiro
2002-01-01
Presented are two kinds of integral solutions to the quantum Knizhnik-Zamolodchikov equations for the 2n-point correlation functions of the Heisenberg XYZ antiferromagnet. Our first integral solution can be obtained from those for the cyclic SOS model by using the vertex-face correspondence. By the construction, the sum with respect to the local height variables k_0, k_1, >..., k_{2n} of the cyclic SOS model remains other than n-fold integral in the first solution. In order to perform those s...
Wavelet Coefficients Energy Redistribution and Heisenberg Principle of Uncertainty
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Vošvrda, Miloslav; Schurrer, J.
Plzeň : University of West Bohemia, Plzeň, 2015, s. 894-899. ISBN 978-80-261-0539-8. [Mathematical Methods in Economics 2015 /33./. Cheb (CZ), 09.09.2015-11.09.2015] R&D Projects: GA ČR(CZ) GBP402/12/G097 Institutional support: RVO:67985556 Keywords : Heisenberg Principle of Uncertainty * signal energy * Wavelet Transformation * signal entropy Subject RIV: AH - Economics http://library.utia.cas.cz/separaty/2015/E/vosvrda-0449775.pdf
Yang-Lee Circle Theorem for an Antiferromagnetic Heisenberg Ladder
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王先智
2001-01-01
The Yang-Lee zeros of an antiferromagnetic Heisenberg ladder model are determined. It is found that if J4≤0 Yang-Lee zeros are located on the unit circle and on the negative real axis in the complex activity plane. In particular, if J4≤0 and 2J2≥J4, Yang-Lee zeros are located on the unit circle and the Yang-Lee circle theorem is valid. If J4 ＞ 0, Yang-Lee zeros are located on some complicated curves.
Critical magnetic scattering from the Heisenberg ferromagnet EuS
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The paramagnetic scattering from the insulating, isotropic ferromagnet EuS is investigated at T/sub c/ along the [111] direction by means of inelastic neutron scattering. The energy width of the quasielastic scattering is proportional to q/sup z/ with z = 2.54 +- 0.10, in good agreement with the predictions of dynamical scaling theory (z = 2.5). z is, however, significantly larger than the value deduced from measurements along the [100] direction (z = 2.2). Near the zone boundary the magnetic scattering exhibits shoulders the shapes of which deviate from theoretical predictions based on the Heisenberg model. 19 refs., 3 figs
Deformed Heisenberg algebra: origin of q-calculus
Swamy, P. Narayana
2003-01-01
The intimate connection between q-deformed Heisenberg uncertainty relation and the Jackson derivative based on q-basic numbers has been noted in the literature. The purpose of this work is to establish this connection in a clear and self-consistent formulation and to show explicitly how the Jackson derivative arises naturally. We utilize a holomorphic representation to arrive at the correct algebra to describe q-deformed bosons. We investigate the algebra of q-fermions and point out how diffe...
On the uniqueness of the unitary representations of the non commutative Heisenberg-Weyl algebra
Gouba, Laure; Scholtz, Frederik G.
2009-01-01
In this paper we discuss the uniqueness of the unitary representations of the non commutative Heisenberg-Weyl algebra. We show that, apart from a critical line for the non commutative position and momentum parameters, the Stone-von Neumann theorem still holds, which implies uniqueness of the unitary representation of the Heisenberg-Weyl algebra.
K-theory, cyclic cohomology and pairings for quantum Heisenberg manifolds
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Gabriel, Olivier
2013-01-01
The C*-algebras called quantum Heisenberg manifolds (QHMs) were introduced by Rieffel in 1989 as strict deformation quantizations of Heisenberg manifolds. It was later shown that they are also examples of generalized crossed products. In this article, we compute the pairings of K-theory and cyclic...... Chern characters of the K-theory....
An index formula for the extended Heisenberg algebra of Epstein, Melrose and Mendoza
van Erp, Erik
2010-01-01
The extended Heisenberg algebra for a contact manifold contains, as subalgebras, both the Heisenberg algebra as well as the classical pseudodifferential operators. We derive here a formula for the index of Fredholm operators in this extended calculus. This formula incorporates in a single expression the Atiyah-Singer formula for elliptic operators, as well as Boutet de Monvel's Toeplitz index formula.
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We juxtapose two approaches to the representations of the super-Heisenberg group. Physical one, sometimes called concrete approach, based on the super-wave functions depending on the anti-commuting variables, yielding the harmonic superanalysis and recently developed strict theory of unitary representations of the nilpotent super Lie groups covering the unitary representations of the super-Heisenberg group
A FUNDAMENTAL SOLUTION FOR THE LAPLACE OPERATOR ON THE QUATERNIONIC HEISENBERG GROUP
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朱理
2002-01-01
In this paper, the author studies the Laplace operator on the quaternionic Heisenberg group, construct a fundamental solution for it and use this solution to prove the LP-boundedness and the weak (1-1) boundedness of certain singular convolution operators on the quaternionic Heisenberg group.
Modified Heisenberg model for the zig-zag structure in multiferroic RMn{sub 2}O{sub 5}
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Bahoosh, Safa Golrokh, E-mail: safa.bahoosh@uni-konstanz.de [Department of Physics, University of Konstanz, D-78457 Konstanz (Germany); Wesselinowa, Julia M., E-mail: julia@phys.uni-sofia.bg [Department of Physics, University of Sofia, 1164 Sofia (Bulgaria); Trimper, Steffen, E-mail: steffen.trimper@physik.uni-halle.de [Institute of Physics, Martin-Luther-University Halle-Wittenberg, D-06099 Halle (Germany)
2015-08-28
The class of RMn{sub 2}O{sub 5} (R = Ho, Tb, Y, Eu) compounds offers multiferroic properties where the refined magnetic zig-zag order breaks the inversion symmetry. Varying the temperature, the system undergoes a magnetic and a subsequent ferroelectric phase transition where the ferroelectricity is magnetically induced. We propose a modified anisotropic Heisenberg model that can be used as a tractable analytical model studying the properties of those antiferromagnetic zig-zag spin chains. Based on a finite temperature Green's function method, it is shown that the polarization is induced solely by different exchange couplings of the two different Mn{sup 4+} and Mn{sup 3+} magnetic ions. We calculate the excitation energy of the spin system for finite temperatures, which for its part determines the temperature dependent magnetization and polarization. The ferroelectric phase transition is manifested as a kink in the excitation energy. The variation of the polarization by an external magnetic field depends strongly on the direction of that field. Whereas, the polarization in b-direction increases with an external magnetic field as well in b-direction it can be switched for strong fields in a-direction. The results based on that modified Heisenberg model are in qualitative agreement with experimental data.
Randomness-driven quantum phase transition in bond-alternating Haldane chain
Arakawa, Takayuki; Todo, Synge; Takayama, Hajime
2004-01-01
The effect of bond randomness on the spin-gapped ground state of the spin-1 bond-alternating antiferromagnetic Heisenberg chain is discussed. By using the loop cluster quantum Monte Carlo method, we investigate the stability of topological order in terms of the recently proposed twist order parameter [M. Nakamura and S. Todo: Phys. Rev. Lett. 89 (2002) 077204]. It is observed that the dimer phases as well as the Haldane phase of the spin-1 Heisenberg chain are robust against a weak randomness...
Heisenberg's war. The secret history of the German bomb
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The history of Second World War Germany's 'Uranium Project', which often is referred to as the 'myth of the German atomic bomb', has been attracting the mind's of secret service men, futurologists, historians and journalists since after the end of the war it has become possible to lift the veil of secrecy. Powers book adds another one to the many investigations published since them. His approach to the piece of history starts with Heisenberg's visit to the U.S.A. in summer 1939, describes the plans of the German Heereswaffenamt pursued with the Uranium Project, and their counterpart on the side of the Allied Forces where German scientists, as immigrants in England and in the U.S.A., were doing their best to launch research for the development of an atomic bomb. The end of this 'competition' is marked by the internment of the ten German scientists and bomb specialists in Fall Hall. The leading story of the book centers on the small group of scientists around Heisenberg, who cleverly 'torpedoed' the development of the German atomic bomb in the years from 1939 until 1944. (HP)
Realistic Approach of the Relations of Uncertainty of Heisenberg
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Paul E. Sterian
2013-01-01
Full Text Available Due to the requirements of the principle of causality in the theory of relativity, one cannot make a device for the simultaneous measuring of the canonical conjugate variables in the conjugate Fourier spaces. Instead of admitting that a particle’s position and its conjugate momentum cannot be accurately measured at the same time, we consider the only probabilities which can be determined when working at subatomic level to be valid. On the other hand, based on Schwinger's action principle and using the quadridimensional form of the unitary transformation generator function of the quantum operators in the paper, the general form of the evolution equation for these operators is established. In the nonrelativistic case one obtains the Heisenberg's type evolution equations which can be particularized to derive Heisenberg's uncertainty relations. The analysis of the uncertainty relations as implicit evolution equations allows us to put into evidence the intrinsic nature of the correlation expressed by these equations in straight relations with the measuring process. The independence of the quantisation postulate from the causal evolution postulate of quantum mechanics is also put into discussion.
On Hopf algebroid structure of kappa-deformed Heisenberg algebra
Lukierski, Jerzy; Woronowicz, Mariusz
2016-01-01
The $(4+4)$-dimensional $\\kappa$-deformed quantum phase space as well as its $(10+10)$-dimensional covariant extension by the Lorentz sector can be described as Heisenberg doubles: the $(10+10)$-dimensional quantum phase space is the double of $D=4$ $\\kappa$-deformed Poincar\\'e Hopf algebra $\\mathbb{H}$ and the standard $(4+4)$-dimensional space is its subalgebra generated by $\\kappa$-Minkowski coordinates $\\hat{x}_\\mu$ and corresponding commuting momenta $\\hat{p}_\\mu$. Every Heisenberg double appears as the total algebra of a Hopf algebroid over a base algebra which is in our case the coordinate sector. We exhibit the details of this structure, namely the corresponding right bialgebroid and the antipode map. We rely on algebraic methods of calculation in Majid-Ruegg bicrossproduct basis. The target map is derived from a formula by J-H. Lu. The coproduct takes values in the bimodule tensor product over a base, what is expressed as the presence of coproduct gauge freedom.
Laguerre calculus and Paneitz operator on the Heisenberg group
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CHANG Der-Cheni; CHANG Shu-Cheng; TIE JingZhi
2009-01-01
Laguerre calculus is a powerful tool for harmonic analysis on the Heisenberg group. Many sub-elliptic partial differential operators can be inverted by Laguerre calculus. In this article,we use Laguerre calculus to find explicit kernels of the fundamental solution for the Paneitz operator and its heat equation. The Paneitz operator which plays an important role in CR geometry can be written as follows: Ρ_α=(ν)_a(ν)_a=4/1[∑n/j=1(Z_jZ_j+Z_jZ_j]~2+a~2T~2.Here {Z~j}~n_j=1 is an orthonormal basis for the subbundle T~(1,0) of the complex tangent bundle T_c(H_n) and T is the "missing direction". The operator ν_a is the sub-Laplaeian on the Heisenberg group which is sub-elliptic if α does not belong to an exceptional set Aα. We also construct projection operators and relative fundamental solution for the operator (ν)_α while α∈ (A)_α.
Stable transitivity of Heisenberg group extensions of hyperbolic systems
Niţică, Viorel; Török, Andrei
2014-04-01
We consider skew-extensions with fibre the standard real Heisenberg group { H}_n of a uniformly hyperbolic dynamical system. We show that among the Cr extensions (r > 0) that avoid an obvious obstruction, those that are topologically transitive contain an open and dense set. More precisely, we show that an { H}_n -extension is transitive if and only if the { R}^{2n} -extension given by the Abelianization of { H}_n is transitive. A new technical tool introduced in the paper, which is of independent interest, is a diophantine approximation result. We show, under general conditions, the existence of an infinite set of approximate positive integer solutions for a diophantine system of equations consisting of a quadratic indefinite form and several linear equations. The set of approximate solutions can be chosen to point in a certain direction. The direction can be chosen from a residual subset of full measure of the set of real directions solving the system of equations exactly. Another contribution of the paper, which is used in the proof of the main result, but it is also of independent interest, is the solution of the so-called semigroup problem for the Heisenberg group. We show that for a subset S\\subset { H}_n , which avoids any maximal semigroup with non-empty interior, the closure of the semigroup generated by S is actually a group.
Exact solution of the $D_3$ non-Abelian anyon chain
Braylovskaya, Natalia; Frahm, Holger
2016-01-01
Commuting transfer matrices for linear chains of interacting non-Abelian anyons from the two-dimensional irreducible representation of the dihedral group $D_3$ (or, equivalently, the integer sector of the $su(2)_4$ spin-$1$ chain) are constructed using the spin-anyon correspondence to a $D_3$-symmetric formulation of the XXZ Heisenberg spin chain. The spectral problem is solved using discrete inversion identities satisfied by these transfer matrices and functional Bethe ansatz methods. The resulting spectrum can be related to that of the XXZ spin-$1/2$ Heisenberg chain with boundary conditions depending on the topological sector of the anyon chain. The properties of this model in the critical regime are studied by finite size analysis of the spectrum. In particular, points in the phase diagram where the anyon chain realizes some of the rational $\\mathbb{Z}_2$ orbifold theories are identified.
Nuclear relaxation study of the spin dynamics in a one-dimensional Heisenberg system, TMMC
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Changes in the nuclear relaxation time as a function of the magnetic field intensity in TMMC are very different wether the field direction is parallel or perpendicular to the direction of the exchange chains (vector c). In parallel field, the relaxation probability increases as the field decreases. The process of spin diffusion in a one-dimensional system is well illustrated by the changes experimentally observed. In perpendicular field, the relaxation probability is constant as far as H0>2kG, it clearly decreases for H0<2kG; that is interpreted from the hypothesis of a new one-dimensional spin diffusion interrupted after a certain cut time. A sharp increase in the cut frequency at low fields explains the concomitant decay of the nuclear relaxation probability in perpendicular field. Two contributions are such given to the study of high temperature spin dynamics in one-dimensional Heisenberg systems. First, the diffusive behavior theoretically predicted for two-spin correlation functions was experimentally verified. Secondly, new experimental results show that four-spin correlation functions must also have a behavior of diffusive type at very low frequencies
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QIN Meng; ZHAI Xiao-Yue; CHEN Xuan; LI Yan-Biao; WANG Xiao; BAI Zhong
2012-01-01
We study the quant.um discord and teleportation of a two-qubit Heisenberg XXX chain with spin-orbit interaction.The analytical expressions of quantum discord,output state quantum discord and fidelity are obtained for this model The classical correlation,quantum correlation and entanglement of this system depending on coupling interaction,spin-orbit interaction and temperature are investigated in detail It is found that the quantum discord exists for the ferromagnetic case,but entanglement is zero under the same condition.We can obtain fidelity better than any classical communication protocol for the antiferromagnetic case. The robustness of quantum discordagainst the temperature is helpful for the realization of quantum computation.
Zero temperature phase transitions in quantum Heisenberg ferromagnets
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The purpose of this work is to understand the zero temperature phases and the phase transitions of Heisenberg spin systems which can have an extensive, spontaneous magnetic moment, this entails a study of quantum transitions with an order parameter which is also a non-abelian conserved charge. To this end, we introduce and study a new class of lattice models of quantum rotors. We compute their mean-field phase diagrams and present continuum, quantum field-theoretic descriptions of their low energy properties in different regimes. We argue that, in spatial dimension d=1, the phase transitions in itinerant Fermi systems are in the same universality class as the corresponding transitions in certain rotor models. We discuss implications of our results for itinerant fermions systems in higher d and for other physical systems. Copyright copyright 1996 Academic Press, Inc
Anisotropic Heisenberg model for a semi-infinite crystal
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A semi-infinite Heisenberg model with exchange interactions between nearest and next-nearest neighbors in a simple cubic lattice. The free surface from the other layers of magnetic ions, by choosing a single ion uniaxial anisotropy in the surface (Ds) different from the anisotropy in the other layers (D). Using the Green function formalism, the behavior of magnetization as a function of the temperature for each layer, as well as the spectrum localized magnons for several values of ratio Ds/D for surface magnetization. Above this critical ratio, a ferromagnetic surface layer is obtained white the other layers are already in the paramagnetic phase. In this situation the critical temperature of surface becomes larger than the critical temperature of the bulk. (Author)
The elusive Heisenberg limit in quantum-enhanced metrology.
Demkowicz-Dobrzański, Rafał; Kołodyński, Jan; Guţă, Mădălin
2012-01-01
Quantum precision enhancement is of fundamental importance for the development of advanced metrological optical experiments, such as gravitational wave detection and frequency calibration with atomic clocks. Precision in these experiments is strongly limited by the 1/√N shot noise factor with N being the number of probes (photons, atoms) employed in the experiment. Quantum theory provides tools to overcome the bound by using entangled probes. In an idealized scenario this gives rise to the Heisenberg scaling of precision 1/N. Here we show that when decoherence is taken into account, the maximal possible quantum enhancement in the asymptotic limit of infinite N amounts generically to a constant factor rather than quadratic improvement. We provide efficient and intuitive tools for deriving the bounds based on the geometry of quantum channels and semi-definite programming. We apply these tools to derive bounds for models of decoherence relevant for metrological applications including: depolarization, dephasing, spontaneous emission and photon loss. PMID:22990859
Optimal uncertainty relations in a modified Heisenberg algebra
Abdelkhalek, Kais; Fiedler, Leander; Mangano, Gianpiero; Schwonnek, René
2016-01-01
Various theories that aim at unifying gravity with quantum mechanics suggest modifications of the Heisenberg algebra for position and momentum. From the perspective of quantum mechanics, such modifications lead to new uncertainty relations which are thought (but not proven) to imply the existence of a minimal observable length. Here we prove this statement in a framework of sufficient physical and structural assumptions. Moreover, we present a general method that allows to formulate optimal and state-independent variance-based uncertainty relations. In addition, instead of variances, we make use of entropies as a measure of uncertainty and provide uncertainty relations in terms of min- and Shannon entropies. We compute the corresponding entropic minimal lengths and find that the minimal length in terms of min-entropy is exactly one bit.
Soft Heisenberg hair on black holes in three dimensions
Afshar, Hamid; Grumiller, Daniel; Merbis, Wout; Perez, Alfredo; Tempo, David; Troncoso, Ricardo
2016-01-01
Three-dimensional Einstein gravity with negative cosmological constant admits stationary black holes that are not necessarily spherically symmetric. We propose boundary conditions for the near horizon region of these black holes that lead to a surprisingly simple near horizon symmetry algebra consisting of two affine u(1) current algebras. The symmetry algebra is essentially equivalent to the Heisenberg algebra. The associated charges give a specific example of "soft hair" on the horizon, as defined by Hawking, Perry and Strominger. We show that soft hair does not contribute to the Bekenstein-Hawking entropy of Banados-Teitelboim-Zanelli black holes and "black flower" generalizations. From the near horizon perspective the conformal generators at asymptotic infinity appear as composite operators, which we interpret in the spirit of black hole complementarity. Another remarkable feature of our boundary conditions is that they are singled out by requiring that the whole spectrum is compatible with regularity at ...
p-Laplace equation in the Heisenberg group regularity of solutions
Ricciotti, Diego
2015-01-01
This works focuses on regularity theory for solutions to the p-Laplace equation in the Heisenberg group. In particular, it presents detailed proofs of smoothness for solutions to the non-degenerate equation and of Lipschitz regularity for solutions to the degenerate one. An introductory chapter presents the basic properties of the Heisenberg group, making the coverage self-contained. The setting is the first Heisenberg group, helping to keep the notation simple and allow the reader to focus on the core of the theory and techniques in the field. Further, detailed proofs make the work accessible to students at the graduate level.
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Tetsuo Deguchi
2011-06-01
Full Text Available We show some symmetry relations among the correlation functions of the integrable higher-spin XXX and XXZ spin chains, where we explicitly evaluate the multiple integrals representing the one-point functions in the spin-1 case. We review the multiple-integral representations of correlation functions for the integrable higher-spin XXZ chains derived in a region of the massless regime including the anti-ferromagnetic point. Here we make use of the gauge transformations between the symmetric and asymmetric R-matrices, which correspond to the principal and homogeneous gradings, respectively, and we send the inhomogeneous parameters to the set of complete 2s-strings. We also give a numerical support for the analytical expression of the one-point functions in the spin-1 case.
Anderson localization of spinons in a spin-1/2 antiferromagnetic Heisenberg chain
Pan, B. Y.; Zhou, S. Y.; Hong, X. C.; Qiu, X; Li, S. Y.
2012-01-01
Anderson localization is a general phenomenon of wave physics, which stems from the interference between multiple scattering paths1,2. It was originally proposed for electrons in a crystal, but later was also observed for light3-5, microwaves6, ultrasound7,8, and ultracold atoms9-12. Actually, in a crystal, besides electrons there may exist other quasiparticles such as magnons and spinons. However the search for Anderson localization of these magnetic excitations is rare so far. Here we repor...
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We analyze the logarithmic corrections due to ferromagnetic impurity ending bonds of open spin 1/2 antiferromagnetic chains, using the density matrix renormalization group technique. A universal finite size scaling ∼ 1/L log L for impurity contributions in the quasi-degenerate ground state energy is demonstrated for a zigzag spin 1/2 chain at the critical next nearest neighbor coupling and the standard Heisenberg spin 1/2 chain, in the long chain limit. Using an exact solution for the latter case it is argued that one can extract the impurity contributions to the entropy and specific heat from the scaling analysis. It is also shown that a pure spin 3/2 open Heisenberg chain belongs to the same universality class. (author)
Correlation functions of the higher spin XXX chains
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Using the algebraic Bethe ansatz, we consider the correlation functions of the integrable higher spin chains. We apply a method recently developed for the spin 1/2 Heisenberg chain, based on the solution of the quantum inverse problem. We construct a representation for the correlation functions on a finite chain for arbitrary spin. Then we show how the string solutions of the Bethe equations can be considered in the framework of this approach in the thermodynamic limit. Finally, a multiple integral representation for the spin 1 zero-temperature correlation functions is obtained in the thermodynamic limit. (author)
THE UNIFORMLY BOUNDEDNESS OF THE RIESZ TRANSFORMS ON THE CAYLEY HEISENBERG GROUPS
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Luan Jingwen; Zhu Fuliu
2008-01-01
In this article, the authors estimate some functions by using the explicit ex-pression of the heat kernels for the Cayley Heisenberg groups, and then prove the uniform boundedneas of the Riesz transforms on these nilpotent Lie groups.
Waste Not, Want Not: Heisenberg-Limited Metrology With Information Recycling
Haine, Simon A; Lang, Matthias D; Caves, Carlton M
2014-01-01
Information recycling has been shown to improve the sensitivity of interferometers when the input quantum state has been partially transferred from some donor system. In this paper we demonstrate that when the quantum state of this donor system is from a particular class of Heisenberg-limited states, information recycling yields a Heisenberg-limited phase measurement. Crucially, this result holds irrespective of the fraction of the quantum state transferred to the interferometer input and also for a general class of number-conserving quantum-state-transfer processes, including ones that destroy the first-order phase coherence between the branches of the interferometer. This result could have significant applications in Heisenberg-limited atom interferometry, where the quantum state is transferred from a Heisenberg-limited photon source, and in optical interferometry where the loss can be monitored.
The use of the Green's function method for the Heisenberg spin pair
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In order to asses of the accuracy of the Green's function method with Tyablikov decoupling we calculate the magnetization per spin of a Heisenberg spin pair and compare the result with the exact solution available for the spin pair. (Authors)
Comment on 'Generalized Heisenberg algebra coherent states for power-law potentials'
Iqbal, Shahid
2011-01-01
We argue that the statistical features of generalized coherent states for power-law potentials based on Heisenberg algebra, presented in a recent paper by Berrada et al (Phys. Lett. A, 375, 298 (2011)) are incorrect.
Uncertainty Einstein, Heisenberg, Bohr, and the struggle for the soul of science
Lindley, David
2007-01-01
The uncertainty in this delightful book refers to Heisenberg's Uncertainty Principle, an idea first postulated in 1927 by physicist Werner Heisenberg in his attempt to make sense out of the developing field of quantum mechanics. As Lindley so well explains it, the concept of uncertainty shook the philosophical underpinnings of science. It was Heisenberg's work that, to a great extent, kept Einstein from accepting quantum mechanics as a full explanation for physical reality. Similarly, it was the Uncertainty Principle that demonstrated the limits of scientific investigation: if Heisenberg is correct there are some aspects of the physical universe that are to remain beyond the reach of scientists. As he has done expertly in books like Boltzmann's Atom, Lindley brings to life a critical period in the history of science, explaining complex issues to the general reader, presenting the major players in an engaging fashion, delving into the process of scientific discovery and discussing the interaction between scien...
Smoothness of Heat Kernel Measures on Infinite-Dimensional Heisenberg-Like Groups
Dobbs, Daniel; Melcher, Tai
2012-01-01
We study measures associated to Brownian motions on infinite-dimensional Heisenberg-like groups. In particular, we prove that the associated path space measure and heat kernel measure satisfy a strong definition of smoothness.
Realizations of the q-Heisenberg and q-Virasoro algebras
Oh, C H
1994-01-01
We give field theoretic realizations of both the q-Heisenberg and the q-Virasoro algebra. In particular, we obtain the operator product expansions among the current and the energy momentum tensor obtained using the Sugawara construction.
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The maximal symmetry of a quantum system with Heisenberg commutation relations is given by the projective representations of the automorphism group of the Weyl-Heisenberg algebra. The automorphism group is the central extension of the inhomogeneous symplectic group with a conformal scaling that acts on extended phase space. We determine the subgroup that also leaves invariant a degenerate Minkowski orthogonal line element. This defines noninertial relativistic symmetry transformations that have the expected classical limit as c → ∞
On the horizontal Mean Curvature Flow for Axisymmetric surfaces in the Heisenberg Group
Ferrari, Fausto; Liu, Qing; Manfredi, Juan J.
2012-01-01
We study the horizontal mean curvature flow in the Heisenberg group by using the level-set method. We prove the uniqueness, existence and stability of axisymmetric viscosity solutions of the level-set equation. An explicit solution is given for the motion starting from a subelliptic sphere. We also give several properties of the level-set method and the mean curvature flow in the Heisenberg group.
On logarithmic Sobolev inequalities for the heat kernel on the Heisenberg group
Bonnefont, Michel; Chafaï, Djalil; Herry, Ronan
2016-01-01
In this note, we derive a new logarithmic Sobolev inequality for the heat kernel on the Heisenberg group. The proof is inspired from the historical method of Leonard Gross with the Central Limit Theorem for a random walk. Here the non commutativity of the increments produces a new gradient which naturally involves a Brownian bridge on the Heisenberg group. This new inequality contains the optimal logarithmic Sobolev inequality for the Gaussian distribution in two dimensions. We show that this...
Nicolescu, Basarab
2003-01-01
The ln**2 behaviour of total cross sections, first obtained by Heisenberg 50 years ago, receives now increased interest both on phenomenological and theoretical levels. We present a modification of the Heisenberg's model in connection with the presence of glueballs and we show that it leads to a realistic description of all existing hadron total cross-section data, in agreement with the COMPETE analysis.
Quantum Monte Carlo Simulations of Adulteration Effect on Bond Alternating Spin=1/2 Chain
Zhang, Peng; Xu, Zhaoxin; Ying, Heping; Dai, Jianhui; Crompton, Peter
The S=1/2 Heisenberg chain with bond alternation and randomness of antiferromagnetic (AFM) and ferromagnetic (FM) interactions is investigated by quantum Monte Carlo simulations of loop/cluster algorithm. Our results have shown interesting finite temperature magnetic properties of this model. The relevance of our study to former investigation results is discussed.
The spin-Peierls chain revisited
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We extend previous analytical studies of the ground-state phase diagram of a one-dimensional Heisenberg spin chain coupled to optical phonons, which for increasing spin-lattice coupling undergoes a quantum phase transition from a gapless to a gaped phase with finite lattice dimerisation. We check the analytical results against established four-block and new two-block density matrix renormalisation group (DMRG) calculations. Different finite-size scaling behaviour of the spin excitation gaps is found in the adiabatic and anti-adiabatic regimes
Deformed Heisenberg algebra, fractional spin fields, and supersymmetry without fermions
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Within a group-theoretical approach to the description of (2+1)-dimensional anyons, the minimal covariant set of linear differential equations is constructed for the fractional spin fields with the help of the deformed Heisenberg algebra (DHA), [a-,a+]=1+νK, involving the Klein operator K, {K,a±}=0, K2=1. The connection of the minimal set of equations with the earlier proposed open-quote open-quote universal close-quote close-quote vector set of anyon equations is established. On the basis of this algebra, a bosonization of supersymmetric quantum mechanics is carried out. The construction comprises the cases of exact and spontaneously broken N=2 supersymmetry allowing us to realize a Bose endash Fermi transformation and spin-1/2 representation of SU(2) group in terms of one bosonic oscillator. The construction admits an extension to the case of OSp(2 parallel 2) supersymmetry, and, as a consequence, both applications of the DHA turn out to be related. The possibility of open-quote open-quote superimposing close-quote close-quote the two applications of the DHA for constructing a supersymmetric (2+1)-dimensional anyon system is discussed. As a consequential result we point out that the osp(2 parallel 2) superalgebra is realizable as an operator algebra for a quantum mechanical 2-body (nonsupersymmetric) Calogero model. Copyright copyright 1996 Academic Press, Inc
NMR spin relaxation rates in the Heisenberg bilayer
Mendes, Tiago; Curro, Nicholas; Scalettar, Richard; Paiva, Thereza; Dos Santos, Raimundo R.
One of the striking features of heavy fermions is the fact that in the vicinity of a quantum phase transition these systems exhibit the breakdown of Fermi-liquid behavior and superconductivity. Nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) expirements play an important role in the study of these phenomena. Measurements of NMR spin relaxation rates and Knight shift, for instance, can be used to probe the electronic spin susceptibility of these systems. Here we studied the NMR response of the Heisenberg bilayer model. In this model, it is well known that the increase of the interplane coupling between the planes, Jperp, supresses the antiferromagnetic order at a quantum critical point (QCP). We use stochastic series expansion (SSE) and the maximum-entropy analytic continuation method to calculate the NMR spin lattice relaxation rate 1 /T1 and the spin echo decay 1 /T2 G as function of Jperp. The spin echo decay, T2 G increases for small Jperp, due to the increase of the order parameter, and then vanishes abruptly in the QCP. The effects of Jperp dilution disorder in the QCP and the relaxation rates are also discussed. This research was supported by the NNSA Grant Number DE-NA 0002908, and Ciência sem fronteiras program/CNPQ.
Electromagnetic soliton propagation in an anisotropic Heisenberg helimagnet
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Saravanan, M., E-mail: saravanan_manickam@yahoo.com
2014-08-22
We study the nonlinear spin dynamics of Heisenberg helimagnet under the effect of electromagnetic wave (EM) propagation. The basic dynamical equation of the spin evolution governed by Landau–Lifshitz equation resembles the director dynamics of the twist in a cholestric liquid crystal. With the use of reductive perturbation technique the perturbation is invoked for the spin magnetization and magnetic field components of the propagating electromagnetic wave. A steady-state solution is derived for the weakly nonlinear regime and for the next order, the components turn around s plane perpendicular to the propagation direction. It is found that as the electromagnetic wave propagates in the medium, both the magnetization and magnetic field modulate in the form of kink soliton modes by introducing amplitude fluctuation in the tail part of the same. - Highlights: • The propagation of electromagnetic wave in helimagnet is investigated. • The magnetization and electromagnetic wave modulates in the form of solitons. • The exact solutions of the spin systems is derived using homogeneous balance method.
Stapp's quantum dualism: The James/Heisenberg model of consciousness
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Henry Stapp attempts to resolve the Cartesian dilemma by introducing what the author would characterize as an ontological dualism between mind and matter. His model for mind comes from William James' description of conscious events and for matter from Werner Heisenberg's ontological model for quantum events (wave function collapse). His demonstration of the isomorphism between the two types of events is successful, but in the author's opinion fails to establish a monistic, scientific theory. The author traces Stapp's failure to his adamant rejection of arbitrariness, or 'randomness'. This makes it impossible for him (or for Bohr and Pauli before him) to understand the power of Darwin's explanation of biology, let along the triumphs of modern 'neo-Darwinism'. The author notes that the point at issue is a modern version of the unresolved opposition between Leucippus and Democritus on one side and Epicurus on the other. Stapp's views are contrasted with recent discussions of consciousness by two eminent biologists: Crick and Edelman. They locate the problem firmly in the context of natural selection on the surface of the earth. Their approaches provide a sound basis for further scientific work. The author briefly examines the connection between this scientific (rather than ontological) framework and the new fundamental theory based on bit-strings and the combinatorial hierarchy
Landau-Heisenberg Hamiltonian model for FeRh
Derlet, P. M.
2012-05-01
An empirical model is developed for the FeRh system with the view of gaining further insight into the first-order antiferromagnetic-ferromagnetic (AFM-FM) and volume phase transition known to occur at 370 K. A volume-per-atom dependent minimal nearest neighbor Landau-Heisenberg Hamiltonian is employed in which longitudinal and transverse moment fluctuations are considered for both the Fe and Rh atoms. As a function of volume-per-atom, the corresponding onsite Landau function coefficients and the nearest-neighbor exchange parameters are fitted directly to a wide range of existing colinear and noncolinear density functional theory calculations. Using a developed Monte Carlo strategy the thermal properties of the AFM and FM phases are investigated, as well as the phase transition. It is found that the model is able to describe well the thermal expansion, heat capacities and the associated entropy increase that accompanies the magnetic/volume phase transition. The model suggests an equally important role for the magnetic and volume fluctuations in driving the phase transition.
The Heisenberg Matrix Formulation of Quantum Field Theory
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Heisenberg's matrix formulation of quantum mechanics can be generalized to relativistic systems by evolving in light-front time τ = t + z/c. The spectrum and wavefunctions of bound states, such as hadrons in quantum chromodynamics, can be obtained from matrix diagonalization of the light-front Hamiltonian on a finite dimensional light-front Fock basis defined using periodic boundary conditions in x- and x(perpendicular). This method, discretized light-cone quantization (DLCQ), preserves the frame-independence of the front form even at finite resolution and particle number. Light-front quantization can also be used in the Hamiltonian form to construct an event generator for high energy physics reactions at the amplitude level. The lightfront partition function, summed over exponentially-weighted light-front energies, has simple boost properties which may be useful for studies in heavy ion collisions. I also review recent work which shows that the structure functions measured in deep inelastic lepton scattering are affected by final-state rescattering, thus modifying their connection to light-front probability distributions. In particular, the shadowing of nuclear structure functions is due to destructive interference effects from leading-twist diffraction of the virtual photon, physics not included in the nuclear light-front wavefunctions
Stapp's quantum dualism: The James and Heisenberg model of consciousness
Noyes, H. P.
1994-02-01
Henry Stapp attempts to resolve the Cartesian dilemma by introducing what the author would characterize as an ontological dualism between mind and matter. His model for mind comes from William James' description of conscious events and for matter from Werner Heisenberg's ontological model for quantum events (wave function collapse). His demonstration of the isomorphism between the two types of events is successful, but in the author's opinion fails to establish a monistic, scientific theory. The author traces Stapp's failure to his adamant rejection of arbitrariness, or 'randomness.' This makes it impossible for him (or for Bohr and Pauli before him) to understand the power of Darwin's explanation of biology, let alone the triumphs of modern 'neo-Darwinism.' The author notes that the point at issue is a modern version of the unresolved opposition between Leucippus and Democritus on one side and Epicurus on the other. Stapp's views are contrasted with recent discussions of consciousness by two eminent biologists: Crick and Edelman. They locate the problem firmly in the context of natural selection on the surface of the earth. Their approaches provide a sound basis for further scientific work. The author briefly examines the connection between this scientific (rather than ontological) framework and the new fundamental theory based on bit-strings and the combinatorial hierarchy.
Symplectic quantization, inequivalent quantum theories, and Heisenberg's principle of uncertainty
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We analyze the quantum dynamics of the nonrelativistic two-dimensional isotropic harmonic oscillator in Heisenberg's picture. Such a system is taken as a toy model to analyze some of the various quantum theories that can be built from the application of Dirac's quantization rule to the various symplectic structures recently reported for this classical system. It is pointed out that that these quantum theories are inequivalent in the sense that the mean values for the operators (observables) associated with the same physical classical observable do not agree with each other. The inequivalence does not arise from ambiguities in the ordering of operators but from the fact of having several symplectic structures defined with respect to the same set of coordinates. It is also shown that the uncertainty relations between the fundamental observables depend on the particular quantum theory chosen. It is important to emphasize that these (somehow paradoxical) results emerge from the combination of two paradigms: Dirac's quantization rule and the usual Copenhagen interpretation of quantum mechanics
Matched Weyl-Heisenberg expansions of nonstationary environments
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This thesis is about various aspects of linear time-varying systems and nonstationary processes (together nonstationary environments). Such nonstationary environments play an important role in modern communication engineering, particularly as models for natural signals or time-varying communication channels. Emphasis is on time-frequency-parametrized representations of nonstationary environments, i.e., time-varying power spectra and time varying transfer functions. Introduction of the generalized Weyl correspondence enables a unified formulation of classical, so far seemingly disparate definitions like Priestley's evolutionary spectrum, the Wigner-Ville spectrum, Zadeh's time-varying transfer function (Kohn-Nirenberg symbol) and the Weyl symbol. Nonstationary Wiener filtering provides an illustrative example for the limited applicability of these time-frequency concepts to a straight forward generalization of frequency domain solutions. We introduce a fundamental classification into underspread/overspread environments based on characterizing the underlying linear operator by the essential support of its spreading function. For underspread environments it is shown that the time-frequency-parametrized representations get essentially definition-independent and can be used in the same manner as the frequency-parametrized representations of stationary environments. Combining the practical efficiency of time-frequency-parametrized representations with the theoretical optimality of a diagonalizing transform leads to window matching criteria for the short-time Fourier transform/ Gabor expansion (discrete/continuous Weyl-Heisenberg expansion) of signals and linear systems. (author)
The entanglement negativity in random spin chains
Ruggiero, Paola; Calabrese, Pasquale
2016-01-01
We investigate the logarithmic negativity in strongly-disordered spin chains in the random-singlet phase. We focus on the spin-1/2 random Heisenberg chain and the random XX chain. We find that for two arbitrary intervals the disorder-averaged negativity and the mutual information are proportional to the number of singlets shared between the two intervals. Using the strong-disorder renormalization group (SDRG), we prove that the negativity of two adjacent intervals grows logarithmically with the intervals length. In particular, the scaling behavior is the same as in conformal field theory, but with a different prefactor. For two disjoint intervals the negativity is given by a universal simple function of the cross ratio, reflecting scale invariance. As a function of the distance of the two intervals, the negativity decays algebraically in contrast with the exponential behavior in clean models. We confirm our predictions using a numerical implementation of the SDRG method. Finally, we also implement DMRG simula...
Loft, N. J. S.; Marchukov, O. V.; Petrosyan, D.; Zinner, N. T.
2016-04-01
We have developed an efficient computational method to treat long, one-dimensional systems of strongly interacting atoms forming self-assembled spin chains. Such systems can be used to realize many spin chain model Hamiltonians tunable by the external confining potential. As a concrete demonstration, we consider quantum state transfer in a Heisenberg spin chain and we show how to determine the confining potential in order to obtain nearly perfect state transfer.
Entanglement Entropy in Random Quantum Spin-S Chains
Saguia, A; Continentino, M A; Sarandy, M S
2007-01-01
We discuss the scaling of entanglement entropy in the random singlet phase (RSP) of disordered quantum magnetic chains of general spin-S. Through an analysis of the general structure of the RSP, we show that the entanglement entropy scales logarithmically with the size of a block and we provide a closed expression for this scaling. This result is applicable for arbitrary quantum spin chains in the RSP, being dependent only on the magnitude S of the spin. Remarkably, the logarithmic scaling holds for the disordered chain even if the pure chain with no disorder does not exhibit conformal invariance, as is the case for Heisenberg integer spin chains. Our conclusions are supported by explicit evaluations of the entanglement entropy for random spin-1 and spin-3/2 chains using an asymptotically exact real-space renormalization group approach.
Modified algebraic Bethe ansatz for XXZ chain on the segment - II - general cases
Belliard, Samuel
2015-01-01
The spectral problem of the Heisenberg XXZ spin-$\\frac{1}{2}$ chain on the segment is investigated within a modified algebraic Bethe ansatz framework. We consider in this work the most general boundaries allowed by integrability. The eigenvalues and the eigenvectors are obtained. They are characterised by a set of Bethe roots with cardinality equal to $N$, the length of the chain, and which satisfies a set of Bethe equations with an additional term.
Entanglement and dynamics of spin chains in periodically pulsed magnetic fields: accelerator modes
Boness, T.; Bose, S.; Monteiro, T.
2006-01-01
We study the dynamics of a single excitation in a Heisenberg spin-chain subjected to a sequence of periodic pulses from an external, parabolic, magnetic field. We show that, for experimentally reasonable parameters, a pair of counter-propagating coherent states are ejected from the centre of the chain. We find an illuminating correspondence with the quantum time evolution of the well-known paradigm of quantum chaos, the Quantum Kicked Rotor (QKR). From this we can analyse the entanglement pro...
Ixert, Dominik; Tischler, Tobias; Schmidt, Kai P.
2015-11-01
We use nonperturbative linked-cluster expansions to determine the ground-state energy per site of the spin-one Heisenberg model on the kagome lattice. To this end, a parameter is introduced allowing us to interpolate between a fully trimerized state and the isotropic model. The ground-state energy per site of the full graph decomposition up to graphs of six triangles (18 spins) displays a complex behavior as a function of this parameter close to the isotropic model which we attribute to divergencies of partial series in the graph expansion of quasi-1D unfrustrated chain graphs. More concretely, these divergencies can be traced back to a quantum critical point of the one-dimensional unfrustrated chain of coupled triangles. Interestingly, the reorganization of the nonperturbative linked-cluster expansion in terms of clusters with enhanced symmetry yields a ground-state energy per site of the isotropic two-dimensional model that is in quantitative agreement with other numerical approaches in favor of a spontaneous trimerization of the system. Our findings are of general importance for any nonperturbative linked-cluster expansion on geometrically frustrated systems.
High-field spin dynamics of antiferromagnetic quantum spin chains
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Enderle, M.; Regnault, L.P.; Broholm, C.;
2000-01-01
The characteristic internal order of macroscopic quantum ground states in one-dimensional spin systems is usually not directly accessible, but reflected in the spin dynamics and the field dependence of the magnetic excitations. In high magnetic fields quantum phase transitions are expected. We...... present recent work on the high-field spin dynamics of the S = I antiferromagnetic Heisenberg chains NENP (Haldane ground state) and CsNiCl3 (quasi-1D HAF close to the quantum critical point), the uniform S = 1/2 chain CTS, and the spin-Peierls system CuGeO3. (C) 2000 Elsevier Science B,V. All rights...
High-field spin dynamics of antiferromagnetic quantum spin chains
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Enderle, M.; Regnault, L.P.; Broholm, C.; Reich, D.; Zaliznyak, I.; Sieling, M.; Rønnow, H.M.; McMorrow, D.F.
The characteristic internal order of macroscopic quantum ground states in one-dimensional spin systems is usually not directly accessible, but reflected in the spin dynamics and the field dependence of the magnetic excitations. In high magnetic fields quantum phase transitions are expected. We...... present recent work on the high-field spin dynamics of the S = I antiferromagnetic Heisenberg chains NENP (Haldane ground state) and CsNiCl3 (quasi-1D HAF close to the quantum critical point), the uniform S = 1/2 chain CTS, and the spin-Peierls system CuGeO3. (C) 2000 Elsevier Science B,V. All rights...
Ozawa, M
2003-01-01
The Heisenberg uncertainty principle states that the product of the noise in a position measurement and the momentum disturbance caused by that measurement should be no less than the limit set by Planck's constant, hbar/2, as demonstrated by Heisenberg's thought experiment using a gamma-ray microscope. Here I show that this common assumption is false: a universally valid trade-off relation between the noise and the disturbance has an additional correlation term, which is redundant when the intervention brought by the measurement is independent of the measured object, but which allows the noise-disturbance product much below Planck's constant when the intervention is dependent. A model of measuring interaction with dependent intervention shows that Heisenberg's lower bound for the noise-disturbance product is violated even by a nearly nondisturbing, precise position measuring instrument. An experimental implementation is also proposed to realize the above model in the context of optical quadrature measurement ...
Vereshkov, Grigory
2011-01-01
The first mathematically consistent exact equations of quantum gravity in the Heisenberg representation and Hamilton gauge are obtained. It is shown that the path integral over the canonical variables in the Hamilton gauge is mathematically equivalent to the operator equations of quantum theory of gravity with canonical rules of quantization of the gravitational and ghost fields. In its operator formulation, the theory can be used to calculate the graviton S-matrix as well as to describe the quantum evolution of macroscopic system of gravitons in the non-stationary Universe or in the vicinity of relativistic objects. In the S-matrix case, the standard results are obtained. For problems of the second type, the original Heisenberg equations of quantum gravity are converted to a self-consistent system of equations for the metric of the macroscopic spacetime and Heisenberg operators of quantum fields. It is shown that conditions of the compatibility and internal consistency of this system of equations are perform...
Quantum gates controlled by spin chain soliton excitations
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Propagation of soliton-like excitations along spin chains has been proposed as a possible way for transmitting both classical and quantum information between two distant parties with negligible dispersion and dissipation. In this work, a somewhat different use of solitons is considered. Solitons propagating along a spin chain realize an effective magnetic field, well localized in space and time, which can be exploited as a means to manipulate the state of an external spin (i.e., a qubit) that is weakly coupled to the chain. We have investigated different couplings between the qubit and the chain, as well as different soliton shapes, according to a Heisenberg chain model. It is found that symmetry properties strongly affect the effectiveness of the proposed scheme, and the most suitable setups for implementing single qubit quantum gates are singled out
Generando entrelazamiento en cadenas XY - (Generating entanglement in XY chains)
Schmiegelow, C T
2006-01-01
Se estudia en este trabajo la capacidad de generar entrelazamiento de una cadena de espines con acoplamiento de Heisenberg XY y un campo magnetico uniforme a partir de un estado inicial en el que los espines estan completamente alineados. Se encuentra que la capacidad de generar estados entrelazados no muestra un comportamiento monotono con el campo presentando, en cambio, plateaus y resonancias. Tambien se muestra que, a pesar de que la anisotropia es necesaria para que se generen estados entrelazados, una mayor anisotropia no implica necesariamente mejores condiciones para generar entrelazamiento que sirva para usarse en una computadora cuantica. Inclusive, se observa que, se genera una cantidad finita de entrelazamiento en el limite de pequena anisotropia. (The maximum entanglement reached by an initially fully aligned state evolving in a XY Heisenberg spin chain placed in a uniform transverse magnetic field is studied. It is shown that the capacity to create entangled states (both of one qubit with the re...
Magnetic-field-induced Heisenberg to XY crossover in a quasi-2D quantum antiferromagnet
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The magnetic-field-dependent ordering temperature of the quasi-2D quantum Heisenberg antiferromagnet (QHAF) Cu(pz)2(ClO4)2 was determined by calorimetric measurement in applied dc fields up to 33 tesla. The magnetic phase diagram shows a round maximum at 5.95 K and 17.5 T (at ≈ 1/3 of its saturation field), a 40 percent enhancement of the ordering temperature above the zero field value of 4.25 K. The enhancement and reentrance are consistent with predictions of a field-induced Heisenberg to XY crossover behavior for an ideal 2D QHAF system
Absence of collective effects in Heisenberg systems with localized magnetic moments
Illas, F.; de P. R. Moreira, I.; de Graaf, C.; Castell, O.; Casanovas, J.
1997-09-01
Existence of collective effects in magnetic coupling in ionic solids is studied by mapping spin eigenstates of the Heisenberg and exact nonrelativistic Hamiltonians on cluster models representing KNiF3, K2NiF4, NiO, and La2CuO4. Ab initio techniques are used to estimate the Heisenberg constant J. For clusters with two magnetic centers, the values obtained are about the same for models having more magnetic centers. The absence of collective effects in J strongly suggests that magnetic interactions in this kind of ionic solids are genuinely local and entangle only the two magnetic centers involved.
Absence of collective effects in Heisenberg systems with localized magnetic moments
Illas i Riera, Francesc; Moreira, Ibério de Pinho Ribeiro; Graaf, Cohen de; Castell, O.; Casanovas Salas, Jordi
1997-01-01
Existence of collective effects in magnetic coupling in ionic solids is studied by mapping spin eigenstates of the Heisenberg and exact nonrelativistic Hamiltonians on cluster models representing KNiF3, K2NiF4, NiO, and La2CuO4. Ab initio techniques are used to estimate the Heisenberg constant J. For clusters with two magnetic centers, the values obtained are about the same for models having more magnetic centers. The absence of collective effects in J strongly suggests that magnetic interact...
Kappa-deformation of Heisenberg algebra and coalgebra; generalized Poincare algebras and R-matrix
Meljanac, Stjepan; Strajn, Rina
2012-01-01
We deform Heisenberg algebra and corresponding coalgebra by twist. We present undeformed and deformed tensor identities. Coalgebras for the generalized Poincar\\'{e} algebras have been constructed. The exact universal $R$-matrix for the deformed Heisenberg (co)algebra is found. We show, up to the third order in the deformation parameter, that in the case of $\\kappa$-Poincar\\'{e} Hopf algebra this $R$-matrix can be expressed in terms of Poincar\\'{e} generators only. This implies that the states of any number of identical particles can be defined in a $\\kappa$-covariant way.
Un-equivalency Theorem of Deformed Heisenberg-Weyl's Algebra in Noncommutative Space
Zhang, J Z
2006-01-01
An extensively tacit understandings of equivalency between the deformed Heisenberg-Weyl algebra in noncommutative space and the undeformed Heisenberg-Weyl algebra in commutative space is elucidated. Equivalency conditions between two algebras are clarified. It is explored that the deformed algebra related to the undeformed one by a non-orthogonal similarity transformation. Furthermore, non-existence of a unitary similarity transformation which transforms the deformed algebra to the undeformed one is demonstrated. The un-equivalency theorem between the deformed and the undeformed algebras is fully proved. Elucidation of this un-equivalency theorem has basic meaning both in theory and practice.
Lie algebra of the q-Poincare group and q-Heisenberg commutation relations
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The authors discuss quantum orthogonal groups and their real forms. They review the construction of inhomogeneous orthogonal q-groups and their q-Lie algebras. The geometry of the q-Poincare group naturally induces a well defined q-deformed Heisenberg algebra of hermitian q-Minkowski coordinates xa and momenta pa
Representations of SU(1,1) in non-commutative space generated by the Heisenberg algebra
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SU(1,1) is considered as the automorphism group of the Heisenberg algebra H. The basis in the Hilbert space K of functions on H on which the irreducible representations of the group are realized is explicitly constructed. From group theoretical considerations summation formulae for the product of two, three and four hypergeometric functions are derived. (author)
Teleportation via thermally entangled state of a three-qubit Heisenberg XX ring
Yeo, Ye
2003-01-01
We consider quantum teleportation using the thermally entangled state of a three-qubit Heisenberg XX ring as a resource. Our investigation reveals interesting aspects of quantum entanglement not reflected by the pairwise thermal concurrence of the state. In particular, two mixtures of different pairs of W states, which result in the same concurrence, could yield very differrent average teleportation fidelities.
Continual Heisenberg models defined on graded SU(3) and SU(2,1) algebras
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In this report we discuss the connections occurring between such different (at first sight) structures as Bose and Bogolubov condensates, Heisenberg magnet and antiferromagnet models and their classical descendants, Bose-gas models in quasiclassical limit and nonlinear Schroedinger equations involving Grassmannian fields. Speculations are given on related topics of high temperature superconductivity. 13 refs
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Fourth-order moments in momentum p and coordinate q of an open one-dimensional harmonic oscillator are studied in two different representations (Weyl-Wigner-Moyal and Heisenberg). It is shown that both representations lead to the same explicit expressions of the fourth-order moments in terms of first (centroids) and second order moments (variances). (Author)
Alavi, S A
2002-01-01
We study the Heisenberg quantization for the systems of identical particles in noncommtative spaces. We get fermions and bosons as a special cases of our argument, in the same way as commutative case and therefore we conclude that the Pauli exclusion principle is also valid in noncommutative spaces.
On the Aharonov-Bohm Effect and Why Heisenberg Captures Nonlocality Better Than Schr\\"odinger
Aharonov, Yakir
2013-01-01
I discuss in detail the history of the Aharonov-Bohm effect in Bristol and my encounters with Akira Tonomura later on. I then propose an idea that developed following the publication of the Aharonov-Bohm effect, namely the importance of modulo momentum and Heisenberg representation in dealing with non-local quantum phenomena.
Permutation-parity exchange at a beam splitter: Application to Heisenberg-limited interferometry
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Quantum-optical permutation and parity observables are unitarily exchanged by a 50:50 beam splitter. Bosonic coalescence effects are reexamined from this point of view. We show that photon-number resolving counters behind a beam splitter define a permutation detector for the input optical field. With suitable phase encoding, the detector also enables Heisenberg-limited interferometry
Weyl-Heisenberg frames, translation invariant systems, and the Walnut representation
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Casazza, P.G.; Christensen, Ole; Janssen, A. J. E. M.
2001-01-01
We present a comprehensive analysis of the convergence properties of the frame operators of Weyl-Heisenberg systems and shift-invariant systems, and relate these to the convergence of the Walnut representation. We give a deep analysis of necessary conditions and sufficient conditions for converge...
Spin Dynamics of $La_{2}CuO_{4}$ and the Two-Dimensional Heisenberg Model
Sandvik, A W; Barbara, U C S; Barbara, UC Santa
1994-01-01
The spin-lattice relaxation rate $1/T_1$ and the spin echo decay rate $1/T_{2G}$ for the 2D Heisenberg model are calculated using quantum Monte Carlo and maximum entropy analytic continuation. The results are compared to recent experiments on La$_2$CuO$_4$, as well as predictions based on the non-linear $\\sigma$-model.
Deformed Heisenberg algebra and fractional spin field in 2+1 dimensions
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With the help of the deformed Heisenberg algebra involving the Klein operator, we construct the minimal set of linear differential equations for the (2+1)-dimensional relativistic field with arbitrary fractional spin, whose value is defined by the deformation parameters. (author). 23 refs
Quantum nonlocality of Heisenberg XX model with Site-dependent Coupling Strength
Wu, C; Tong, D M; Kwek, L C; Oh, C H; Wu, Chunfeng; Chen, Jing-Ling; Wu, Chunfeng; Chen, Jing-Ling
2004-01-01
We show that the generalized Bell inequality is violated in the extended Heisenberg model when the temperature is below a threshold value. The threshold temperature values are obtained by constructing exact solutions of the model using the temperature-dependent correlation functions. The effect due to the presence of external magnetic field is also illustrated.
Werner Heisenberg and the German Uranium Project 1939 - 1945. Myths and Facts
Gottstein, Klaus
2016-01-01
The results of a careful analysis of all the available information on the activities of Heisenberg and of his talks during the years 1939 to 1945 can be summarized in the following way. Like several other German physicists Heisenberg was drafted by German Army Ordnance when war began in Europe in September 1939 to investigate whether the energy from splitting Uranium nuclei by neutrons could be used for technical and military purposes. Heisenberg found that this is possible in principle but that military use would require such enormous industrial expenditures that it would take many years and would be impracticable while the war lasted. The project was therefore dropped by the Nazi government in 1942. Heisenberg even refrained from calculating a precise value for the critical mass of U 235. He was relieved that he was thus spared a moral decision between obeying an order to build the bomb or risking his life by refusing to be involved in the project or sabotaging it. He was happy to be confined to a project o...
A lower bound for the error term in Weyl's law for certain Heisenberg manifolds, II
Nowak, W. G.
2008-01-01
This article is concerned with estimations from below for the remainder term in Weyl's law for the spectral counting function of certain rational (2l+1)-dimensional Heisenberg manifolds. Concentrating on the case of odd l, it continues the work done in part I which dealt with even l.
A NEW MULTI PARTY KEY AGREEMENT PROTOCOL USING SEARCH PROBLEMS IN DISCRETE HEISENBERG GROUP.
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2012-02-01
Full Text Available In this paper we present a multi-party Key Agreement Protocol (KAP using some of the search problems such as Factorization Search Problem , Decomposition Search Problem Conjugacy Search Problem and TwistedConjugacy Problem. We have chosen Discrete Heisenberg group as our platform group in the above search problems.
Fick's law and Ohm's law: reduction from Heisenberg equation of motion
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Fick's law and Ohm's law are linear relationships of a macroscopic nature involving neutral and charged particles out of equilibrium. Their validity is examined by comparing the equation of motion which these laws represent with the Heisenberg equation of motion. Conditions that reduce the exact equation to the phenomenological equation are identified and their significance discussed. (orig.)
Numerical Evidence of Spin-Chirality Decoupling in the Three-Dimensional Heisenberg Spin Glass Model
Viet, Dao Xuan; Kawamura, Hikaru
2009-01-01
Ordering of the three-dimensional Heisenberg spin glass with Gaussian coupling is studied by extensive Monte Carlo simulations. The model undergoes successive chiral-glass and spin-glass transitions at nonzero temperatures TCG>TSG>0, exhibiting spin-chirality decoupling.
Numerical evidence of the spin-chirality decoupling in the three-dimensional Heisenberg spin glass
Viet, Dao Xuan; Kawamura, Hikaru
2008-01-01
Ordering of the three-dimensional Heisenberg spin glass with Gaussian coupling is studied by extensive Monte Carlo simulations. The model undergoes successive chiral-glass and spin-glass transitions at nonzero temperatures T_{CG} > T_{SG} > 0, exhibiting the spin-chirality decoupling.
Laguerre expansion on the Heisenberg group and Fourier-Bessel transform on Cn
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CHANG Der-Chen; GRIENER Peter; TIE Jingzhi
2006-01-01
Given a principal value convolution on the Heisenberg group Hn = Cn × R, we study the relation between its Laguerre expansion and the Fourier-Bessel expansion of its limit on Cn. We also calculate the Dirichlet kernel for the Laguerre expansion on the group Hn.
Exact Baker-Campbell-Hausdorff formula for the contact Heisenberg algebra
Bravetti, Alessandro; Tapias, Diego
2016-01-01
In this work we introduce the contact Heisenberg algebra as the Lie algebra of linear functions over a contact manifold and we give the exact expression of its corresponding Baker-Campbell-Hausdorff formula. We argue that this result is relevant to the quantization of contact systems.
Spectrum of a duality-twisted Ising quantum chain
Grimm, U
2002-01-01
The Ising quantum chain with a peculiar twisted boundary condition is considered. This boundary condition, first introduced in the framework of the spin-1/2 XXZ Heisenberg quantum chain, is related to the duality transformation, which becomes a symmetry of the model at the critical point. Thus, at the critical point, the Ising quantum chain with the duality-twisted boundary is translationally invariant, similar as in the case of the usual periodic or antiperiodic boundary conditions. The complete energy spectrum of the Ising quantum chain is calculated analytically for finite systems, and the conformal properties of the scaling limit are investigated. This provides an explicit example of a conformal twisted boundary condition and a corresponding generalised twisted partition function.
Local magnetic structure due to inhomogeneity of interaction in S=1/2 antiferromagnetic chain
Nishino, Masamichi; Onishi, Hiroaki; Roos, Pascal; Yamaguchi, Kizashi; Miyashita, Seiji
1999-01-01
We study the magnetic properties of $S=1/2$ antiferromagnetic Heisenberg chains with inhomogeneity of interaction. Using a quantum Monte Carlo method and an exact diagonalization method, we study bond-impurity effect in the uniform $S=1/2$ chain and also in the bond-alternating chain. Here `bond impurity' means a bond with strength different from those in the bulk or a defect in the alternating order. Local magnetic structures induced by bond impurities are investigated both in the ground sta...
Dynamic properties of the dimerized spin-1/2 isotropic XY chain in a transverse field
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The zz and xx(yy) dynamic structure factors of the dimerized spin-1/2 isotropic XY chain in a transverse (z) field are calculated for arbitrary temperatures. The zz structure factor can be given in analytical terms, involving a single integration, whereas the xx dynamic structure factor can be evaluated completely numerically for very long chains. We compare the two structure factors and discuss in some detail how a dimerization manifests itself in the dynamic structure factors at different external fields and temperatures. We compare our results to corresponding results for the dimerized Heisenberg chain obtained by approximate techniques. (author)
Self-similar spectral structures and edge-locking hierarchy in open-boundary spin chains
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For an anisotropic Heisenberg (XXZ) spin chain, we show that an open boundary induces a series of approximately self-similar features at different energy scales, high up in the eigenvalue spectrum. We present a nonequilibrium phenomenon related to this fractal structure, involving states in which a connected block near the edge is polarized oppositely to the rest of the chain. We show that such oppositely polarized blocks can be 'locked' to the edge of the spin chain and that there is a hierarchy of edge-locking effects at various orders of the anisotropy. The phenomenon enables dramatic control of quantum-state transmission and magnetization control.
Edge-locking and quantum control in highly polarized spin chains
Haque, Masudul
2009-01-01
For an open-boundary spin chain with anisotropic Heisenberg (XXZ) interactions, we present states in which a connected block near the edge is polarized oppositely to the rest of the chain. We show that such blocks can be `locked' to the edge of the spin chain, and that there is a hierarchy of edge-locking effects at various orders of the anisotropy. The phenomenon enables dramatic control of quantum state transmission: the locked block can be freed by flipping a single spin or a few spins.
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Schirach, Richard von
2014-07-01
Finally the German atomic physicists around Heisenberg, von Weizsaecker, and Hahn worked on their ''uranium machine'' in a Swabian beer-cellar - and took themselves for the world elite of nuclear research. In imprisonment they heared from the dropping of the Hiroshima bomb - a shock. Richard von Schirach shows the hindered ''fathers of the German atomic bomb'' in close-up, their eagerness, their hybris, their true importance, and their attempts to give after the war a new interpretation of their own role. A book, which raises in the sense of Duerrenmatt the question for the responsibility of science.
Ghanmi, Allal
2011-01-01
We prove that the Folland's fundamental solution for the sub-Laplacian on Heisenberg groups can also be derived form the resolvent kernel of this sub-Laplacian. This provides us with a new integral representation for this fundamental solution.
A trial to find an elliptic quantum algebra for $sl_2$ using the Heisenberg and Clifford algebra
Shiraishi, Jun'ichi
1994-01-01
A Heisenberg-Clifford realization of a deformed $U(sl_{2})$ by two parameters $p$ and $q$ is discussed. The commutation relations for this deformed algebra have interesting connection with the theta functions.
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A natural extension of the Wigner function to the space of irreducible unitary representations of the Weyl-Heisenberg group is discussed. The action of the automorphisms group of the Weyl-Heisenberg group onto Wigner functions and their generalizations and onto symplectic tomograms is elucidated. Some examples of physical systems are considered to illustrate some aspects of the characterization of the Wigner functions as solutions of differential equations
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Ibort, A [Departamento de Matematicas, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, Avda. de la Universidad 30, 28911 Leganes, Madrid (Spain); Man' ko, V I [P N Lebedev Physical Institute, Leninskii Prospect 53, Moscow 119991 (Russian Federation); Marmo, G; Simoni, A; Ventriglia, F [Dipartimento di Scienze Fisiche dell' Universita ' Federico II' e Sezione INFN di Napoli, Complesso Universitario di Monte S Angelo, via Cintia, 80126 Naples (Italy)], E-mail: albertoi@math.uc3m.es, E-mail: manko@na.infn.it, E-mail: marmo@na.infn.it, E-mail: simoni@na.infn.it, E-mail: ventriglia@na.infn.it
2009-04-17
A natural extension of the Wigner function to the space of irreducible unitary representations of the Weyl-Heisenberg group is discussed. The action of the automorphisms group of the Weyl-Heisenberg group onto Wigner functions and their generalizations and onto symplectic tomograms is elucidated. Some examples of physical systems are considered to illustrate some aspects of the characterization of the Wigner functions as solutions of differential equations.
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A nonlinear complex scalar field theory associated with a ''squared'' Heisenberg--Pauli--Weyl nonlinear spinor equation is considered. In a d+1 dimensional universe of constant spatial curvature exact localized solutions for the resulting [vertical-barphivertical-bar/sup 2d//(d-2)-const vertical-barphivertical-bar/sup( 2d/-1)/(d-2)] model are constructed. For ''soliton-like'' solutions with quantized (nontopological) charge the field energy and the Heisenberg uncertainty principle are analyzed
Decoherence as attenuation of mesoscopic echoes in a spin-chain channel
Alvarez, Gonzalo A.; Danieli, Ernesto P.; Levstein, Patricia R.; Pastawski, Horacio M.
2010-01-01
An initial local excitation in a confined quantum system evolves exploring the whole system, returning to the initial position as a mesoscopic echo at the Heisenberg time. We consider a two weakly coupled spin chains, a spin ladder, where one is a quantum channel while the other represents an environment. We quantify decoherence in the quantum channel through the attenuation of the mesoscopic echoes. We evaluate decoherence rates for different ratios between sources of amplitude fluctuation a...
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With his discovery that measuring values of complementary fundamental quantities in the microscopic world cannot by arbitrarily precisely determined cutted Werner Heisenberg the Gordian knot for the finishing of quantum theory developed by Planck, Einstein, and others and opened by this a new ''golden era'' in the physics of the 20th century. On the base of the documents from his life and work, i. e. deeds, letters and reports of contemporaries, as well as the published and unpublished essays, books, and articles of Heisenberg - also the later on found, publications or manuscripts mainly coming from the inheritance - resulted this systematic biography of Heisenberg. The author, the last doctoral candidate of Heisenberg relied furthermore on factual and personal knowledges, mainly own remembrances on his doctoral father and his teachers, colleagues, and students. Because of the interest of an authentical biography of the theoretical physicist Heisenberg the presentation of the mathematical approaches and the corresponding derivations could not completely be abandoned. This biography appeals by this both to a scientifically cultivated as a wider in science interested audience and covers the first phase of Heisenberg's life until his Nobel price 1933.
Coherent States and Schwinger Models for Pseudo Generalization of the Heisenberg Algebra
Fakhri, H.; Mojaveri, B.; Dehghani, A.
We show that the non-Hermitian Hamiltonians of the simple harmonic oscillator with {PT} and {C} symmetries involve a pseudo generalization of the Heisenberg algebra via two pairs of creation and annihilation operators which are {T}-pseudo-Hermiticity and {P}-anti-pseudo-Hermiticity of each other. The non-unitary Heisenberg algebra is represented by each of the pair of the operators in two different ways. Consequently, the coherent and the squeezed coherent states are calculated in two different approaches. Moreover, it is shown that the approach of Schwinger to construct the su(2), su(1, 1) and sp(4, ℝ) unitary algebras is promoted so that unitary algebras with more linearly dependent number of generators are made.
Protocols for three-party quantum teleportation using Heisenberg XX model
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Recently Yeo showed that the thermal states of one-dimensional Heisenberg XX model could be used for three-party quantum teleportation with W protocol. On the other hand Jin et al. showed that the best condition for three-party quantum teleportation would depend on the protocols. So in this article, for three-party quantum teleportation using thermal state of one-dimensional Heisenberg XX model, we will not only consider known three protocols but also suggest two protocols of new type. And we will obtain the best fidelity conditions to each protocol. We can see that type I W protocol and two protocols of new type provide best fidelity 79
Contact structures of arbitrary codimension and idempotents in the Heisenberg algebra
van Erp, Erik
2010-01-01
A contact manifold is a manifold equipped with a distribution of codimension one that satisfies a `maximal non-integrability' condition. A standard example of a contact structure is a strictly pseudoconvex CR manifold, and operators of analytic interest are the tangential Cauchy-Riemann operator and the Szego projector onto its kernel. The Heisenberg calculus is the natural pseudodifferential calculus developed originally for the analysis of these particular operators. We introduce a `non-integrability' condition for a distribution of arbitrary codimension that directly generalizes the definition of a contact structure. We call such distributions k-contact structures. We prove that the k-contact condition is equivalent to the existence of nontrivial projectors in the Heisenberg calculus, and explore geometrically interesting examples of k-contact structures for k strictly larger than one. We show that k-contact structures and CR structures are mutually exclusive classes of distributions for all codimensions e...
Ferruquadrupolar phase of the Heisenberg model with bilinear and biquadratic interactions
Pires, Antonio
2015-03-01
The Heisenberg antiferromagnet with bilinear and biquadratic exchange interactions has been studied using several techniques. In contrast to bilinear interactions models, quantum spin models with biquadratic interactions present a phase diagram qualitatively different from their classical counterparts, as for instance nonmagnetic phases such as the quadrupolar phase. In this work I will study the ferruquadrupolar phase of the S = 1 Heisenberg model with bilinear and biquadratic exchange interactions on the square lattice using a SU(3) Schwinger boson formalism in a mean field approximation. This nonmagnetic phase is characterized by a finite quadrupole moment. I will calculate the quadrupole moment and the static spin structure factor for several values of the parameters involved in the model. The results obtained will also be compared with the ones obtained from other theories. I acknowledge support from CNPQ.
Effect of anisotropy on the critical behaviour of three-dimensional Heisenberg ferromagnets
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The anisotropic nearest-neighbour Heisenberg model for the simple cubic lattice has been investigated by interpolating the anisotropy between the Ising and isotropic Heisenberg limits via general spin high-temperature series expansions of the zero-field susceptibility. This is done by estimating the critical temperature Tcsup((3)) and the susceptibility exponent γ from the analysis of the series by the Ratio and Pade approximation methods. It is noted that Tcsup((3)) varies with anisotropy while γ is almost the same for the anisotropic system, and a jump in it occurs for the isotropic case in agreement with the universality hypothesis. The effect of anisotropy on the susceptibility is also shown. Further, it is seen that estimates of γ for the two extreme limits agree well with those of previous theoretical as well as experimental investigations. In addition, critical temperatures have been summarised in a relation, and expressions for the magnetisation have been derived. (orig)
Lady or tiger.: The Meitner--Hupfeld effect and Heisenberg's neutron theory
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Reports in May 1930 of an anomaly in the scattering and absorption of gamma rays, known as the Meitner--Hupfeld effect, presaged the New Physics of the 1930s. Scattering from light elements agreed with theoretical predictions based upon quantum electrodynamics and the relativistic electron theory of Dirac, but results on heavy targets pointed to a new nuclear absorption effect that was a harbinger of new particles and new phenomena. The experimental investigations of this anomalous absorption placed constraints on theories of nuclear structure, leading Heisenberg, for example, to insist upon the presence of electrons within nuclei as light as helium, even after Chadwick's discovery of the neutron and Heisenberg's proposed neutron--proton nuclear model. The anomalous γ-ray behavior was eventually ascribed to electron--positron pair production and annihilation
Roura, Albert
2015-01-01
Atom interferometry tests of universality of free fall based on the differential measurement of two different atomic species provide a useful complement to those based on macroscopic masses. However, when striving for the highest possible sensitivities, gravity gradients pose a serious challenge. Indeed, the relative initial position and velocity for the two species need to be controlled with extremely high accuracy, which can be rather demanding in practice and whose verification may require rather long integration times. Furthermore, in highly sensitive configurations gravity gradients lead to a drastic loss of contrast. These difficulties can be mitigated by employing wave packets with narrower position and momentum widths, but this is ultimately limited by Heisenberg's uncertainty principle. We present a novel scheme that simultaneously overcomes the loss of contrast and the initial co-location problem. In doing so, it circumvents the fundamental limitations due to Heisenberg's uncertainty principle and e...
Quantum metrology subject to spatially correlated Markovian noise: restoring the Heisenberg limit
Jeske, Jan; Cole, Jared H.; Huelga, Susana F.
2014-07-01
Environmental noise can hinder the metrological capabilities of entangled states. While the use of entanglement allows for Heisenberg-limited resolution, the largest permitted by quantum mechanics, deviations from strictly unitary dynamics quickly restore the standard scaling dictated by the central limit theorem. Product and maximally entangled states become asymptotically equivalent when the noisy evolution is both local and strictly Markovian. However, temporal correlations in the noise have been shown to lift this equivalence while fully (spatially) correlated noise allows for the identification of decoherence-free subspaces. Here we analyze precision limits in the presence of noise with finite correlation length and show that there exist robust entangled state preparations which display persistent Heisenberg scaling despite the environmental decoherence, even for small correlation length. Our results emphasize the relevance of noise correlations in the study of quantum advantage and could be relevant beyond metrological applications.
Representation of the Heisenberg Algebra h4 by the Lowest Landau Levels and Their Coherent States
Fakhri, H.; Shadman, Z.
Using simultaneous shape invariance with respect to two different parameters, we introduce a pair of appropriate operators which realize shape invariance symmetry for the monomials on a half-axis. It leads to the derivation of rotational symmetry and dynamical symmetry group H4 with infinite-fold degeneracy for the lowest Landau levels. This allows us to represent the Heisenberg-Lie algebra h4 not only by the lowest Landau levels, but also by their corresponding standard coherent states.
A Numerical Study of Entanglement Entropy of the Heisenberg Model on a Bethe Cluster
Friedman, Barry; Levine, Greg
2015-01-01
Numerical evidence is presented for a nearest neighbor Heisenberg spin model on a Bethe cluster, that by bisecting the cluster, the generalized Renyi entropy scales as the number of sites in the cluster. This disagrees with spin wave calculations and a naive application of the area law but agrees with previous results for non interacting fermions on the Bethe cluster. It seems this scaling is not an artifact of non interacting particles. As a consequence, the area law in greater then one dime...
MAGNONS TRANSMISSION THROUGH AN ATOMIC WIRE CONNECTING TWO ULTRATHIN HEISENBERG FERROMAGNETS
Belhadi, M.; Khater, A.
2009-01-01
The magnons transport properties of molecular wires connecting two Heisenberg ferromagnets are studied within the framework of the matching method and with use of a realistic atomic structure. The model system consists of two nanostructured ferromagnetic films on either side of the junction and the atomic wire consists of a linear molecule connecting two ultrathin solid ferromagnetic films. A theoretical model is presented for the study of the transmission and the reflection of spin waves at ...
Extended Weyl-Heisenberg algebra and Rubakov-Spiridonov superalgebra: Anyonic realizations
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We give the realizations of the extended Weyl-Heisenberg (WH) algebra and the Rubakov-Spiridonov (RS) superalgebra in terms of anyons, characterized by the statistical parameter ν is an element of [0,1], on two-dimensional lattice. The construction uses anyons defined from usual fermionic oscillators (Lerda-Sciuto construction). The anyonic realization of the superalgebra sl(1/1) is also presented. (author)
Nuclear spin-magnon relaxation in two-dimensional Heisenberg antiferromagnets
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Experiments are discussed of the dependence on temperature and magnetic field of the longitudinal relaxation time of single crystals of antiferromagnetically ordered insulators, i.e. in the temperature range below the Neel temperature and in fields up to the spin-flop transition. The experiments are done on 19F nuclei in the Heisenberg antiferromagnets K2MnF4 and K2NiF4, the magnetic structure of which is two-dimensional quadratic. (C.F.)
The finite infinite range Heisenberg model and microcanonical black hole statistics
Aste, Andreas
2015-01-01
The Gelfand pattern of the reduction of the N-fold tensor product of the fundamental representation of the special unitary group SU(2) by itself is studied in the framework of a finite Heisenberg model with infinite range, where N spins couple to each other with the same strength. The present findings are related to the microstatistics of non-rotating black holes for illustrative purposes.
Static critical properties of the pure and diluted Heisenberg or Ising models
Davies, Mathew Raymond.; Stinchcombe, R. B.; Dr. R. B. Stinchcombe
1982-01-01
Real space renormalisation group scaling techniques are used to investigate the static critical behaviour of the pure and dilute, classical, anisotropic Heisenberg model. Transfer matrix methods are employed to obtain asymptotically exact expressions for the correlation lengths and susceptibilities of the one-dimensional system. The resulting scaling relationships are combined with an approximate bond moving scheme to treat pure and dilute models in higher dimensionaliti...
Thermal entanglement in a mixed-spin Heisenberg XXZ model under a nonuniform external magnetic field
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2009-01-01
The thermal entanglement in (1/2,1) mixed-spin Heisenberg XXZ model is investigated under an external nonuniform magnetic field. In the uniform magnetic field system,the critical magnetic field Bc and critical temperature Tc are increased by increasing the anisotropic parameter k. The degree of magnetic field b plays an important role in improving the critical temperature and enlarging the region of entan-glement in the nonuniform magnetic field system.
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2007-03-01
Full Text Available Using both mean field renormalization group (MFRG and Surface-Bulk MFRG (SBMFRG, we study the critical behavior of the classical Heisenberg and XY models on a simple cubic lattice. Critical temperatures as well as critical exponents, characteristic the universality classes of these two models were calculated, analytically for1, 2, 3 and 4 spin clusters. The results are in good agreement with higher accurate methods such as Monte Carlo and High- temperature series.
MAGNONS HEAT TRANSPORT AT AN INTEGRATED NANOSTRUCTURE IN ULTRATHIN HEISENBERG FERROMAGNETIC FILMS
MEHAND BELHADI; SEDIK KHEFFACHE
2011-01-01
A theoretical model is presented for the study of magnons heat transfer across an integrated nanostructure acting as interface material between two ultrathin Heisenberg ferromagnetic films. This is done by calculating the transmission rates of the spin wave modes through the consideration of the magnon group velocity modification in the system. The group velocities are calculated explicitly for all propagating frequencies and spin wave incidence angles. The matching method is used with neares...
Mailhot, A.; Plumer, M. L.; Caillé, A.
1993-01-01
The results of a detailed histogram Monte-Carlo study of critical-fluctuation effects on the magnetic-field temperature phase diagram associated with the hexagonal Heisenberg antiferromagnet with weak axial anisotropy are reported. The multiphase point where three lines of continuous transitions merge at the spin-flop boundary exhibits a structure consistent with scaling theory but without the usual umbilicus as found in the case of a bicritical point.
Sub-Planck phase-space structures and Heisenberg-limited measurements
Toscano, F.; Dalvit, D. A. R.; Davidovich, L.; Zurek, W. H.
2005-01-01
We show how sub-Planck phase-space structures in the Wigner function can be used to achieve Heisenberg-limited sensitivity in weak force measurements. Nonclassical states of harmonic oscillators, consisting of superpositions of coherent states, are shown to be useful for the measurement of weak forces that cause translations or rotations in phase space, which is done by entangling the quantum oscillator with a two-level system. Implementations of this strategy in cavity QED and ion traps are ...
Erlangen Programme at Large 3.1: Hypercomplex Representations of the Heisenberg Group and Mechanics
Kisil, Vladimir V.
2010-01-01
In the spirit of geometric quantisation we consider representations of the Heisenberg(--Weyl) group induced by hypercomplex characters of its centre. This allows to gather under the same framework, called p-mechanics, the three principal cases: quantum mechanics (elliptic character), hyperbolic mechanics and classical mechanics (parabolic character). In each case we recover the corresponding dynamic equation as well as rules for addition of probabilities. Notably, we are able to obtain whole ...
Magnetoelectric Coupling Induced Electric Dipole Glass State in Heisenberg Spin Glass
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LIU Jun-Ming; CHAN-WONG Lai-Wa; CHOY Chung-Loong
2009-01-01
Multiferroic behavior in an isotropic Heisenberg spin glass with Gaussian random fields,incorporated bymagnetoelectric coupling derived from the Landau symmetry argument,are investigated.Electric dipole glass transitions at finite ternperature,due to coupling,are demonstrated by Monte Carlo simulation.This electric dipole glass state is solely ascribed to the coupling term with chiral symmetry of the magnetization,while the term associated with the spatial derivative of the squared magnetization has no contribution.
Proportionality of the interfacial Dzyaloshinskii-Moriya interaction and the Heisenberg exchange
Nembach, Hans; Shaw, Justin; Weiler, Mathias; Jué, Emilie; Silva, Tom
The Dzyaloshinkii-Moriya interaction (DMI) gives rise to chiral magnetic ordering and a shift of spin-wave frequencies, depending on their propagation direction. We employed Brillouin-Light-Scattering spectroscopy to measure this nonreciprocal frequency shift, which allowed us to directly determine the magnitude of the DMI in a series of Ni80Fe20(t)/Pt thin film bilayers where the thickness t ranged from 1 to 13 nm. It has also been predicted by theory that the DMI is proportional to the Heisenberg exchange for bulk magnetic oxides and metallic spin-glasses. We tested this prediction for our metallic system by independently determining the Heisenberg exchange via fitting the Bloch T3/2-law to the temperature dependence of the magnetization obtained from SQUID magnetometry. We find that the Ni80Fe20 thickness dependence of the DMI and the Heisenberg exchange are identical, which is consistent with the notion that both effects share the same underlying physics. This result will lead us to a deeper understanding of the DMI and related spin-orbitronic effects.-/
Zigzag order and phase competition in expanded Kitaev–Heisenberg model on honeycomb lattice
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Yao, Xiaoyan, E-mail: yaoxiaoyan@gmail.com
2015-07-17
Highlights: • Expanded Kitaev–Heisenberg model on honeycomb lattice is investigated. • Kitaev interactions between the first or second nearest neighbors are considered. • Phase competition is discussed by energy calculation and Monte Carlo simulation. • Zigzag phase shows a symmetric behavior to the stripy phase. • Zigzag order is extended to the whole parameter range by more interactions. - Abstract: The Kitaev–Heisenberg model on the honeycomb lattice is investigated in two cases: (I) with the Kitaev interaction between the nearest neighbors, and (II) with the Kitaev interaction between the next nearest neighbors. In the full parameter range, the ground states are searched by Monte Carlo simulation and identified by evaluating the correlation functions. The energies of different phases are calculated and compared with the simulated result to show the phase competition. It is observed from both energy calculation and the density of states that the zigzag order shows a symmetric behavior to the stripy phase in the pure Kitaev–Heisenberg model. By considering more interactions in both cases, the energy of zigzag order can be reduced lower than the energies of other states. Thus the zigzag phase may be stabilized in more parameter region and even extended to the whole parameter range.
Zigzag order and phase competition in expanded Kitaev–Heisenberg model on honeycomb lattice
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Highlights: • Expanded Kitaev–Heisenberg model on honeycomb lattice is investigated. • Kitaev interactions between the first or second nearest neighbors are considered. • Phase competition is discussed by energy calculation and Monte Carlo simulation. • Zigzag phase shows a symmetric behavior to the stripy phase. • Zigzag order is extended to the whole parameter range by more interactions. - Abstract: The Kitaev–Heisenberg model on the honeycomb lattice is investigated in two cases: (I) with the Kitaev interaction between the nearest neighbors, and (II) with the Kitaev interaction between the next nearest neighbors. In the full parameter range, the ground states are searched by Monte Carlo simulation and identified by evaluating the correlation functions. The energies of different phases are calculated and compared with the simulated result to show the phase competition. It is observed from both energy calculation and the density of states that the zigzag order shows a symmetric behavior to the stripy phase in the pure Kitaev–Heisenberg model. By considering more interactions in both cases, the energy of zigzag order can be reduced lower than the energies of other states. Thus the zigzag phase may be stabilized in more parameter region and even extended to the whole parameter range
Chain reaction. History of the atomic bomb
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Henri becquerel tracked down in 1896 a strange radiation, which was called radioactivity by Marie Curie. In the following centuries German scientists Max Planck, Albert Einstein and Werner Heisenberg presented fundamental contributions to understand processes in the atomic nucleus. At Goettingen, center of the international nuclear physics community, the American student J. Robert Oppenheimer admit to this physical research. In the beginning of 1939 the message of Otto Hahns' nuclear fission electrified researchers. The first step, unleashing atomic energy, was done. A half year later the Second World War begun. And suddenly being friend with and busily communicating physicians were devided into hostile power blocs as bearers of official secrets. The author tells in this exciting book the story of the first atomic bomb as a chain reaction of ideas, discoveries and visions, of friendships, jealousy and intrigues of scientists, adventurers and genius. (orig./GL)
Spin chains and combinatorics: twisted boundary conditions
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The finite XXZ Heisenberg spin chain with twisted boundary conditions is considered. For the case of an even number of sites N, anisotropy parameter -1/2 and twisting angle 2π/3 the Hamiltonian of the system possesses an eigenvalue -3N /2. The explicit form of the corresponding eigenvector was found for N≤12. Conjecturing that this vector is the ground state of the system we made and verified several conjectures related to the norm of the ground state vector, its component with maximal absolute value and some correlation functions, which have combinatorial nature. In particular, we conjecture that the squared norm of the ground state vector coincides with the number of half-turn symmetric alternating sign NxN matrices. (author)
Molecular building blocks for magnetic spin chains
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The paramagnetic di(metalloethynyl)benzene ion [1,4-C6H4{CW(depe)2Cl}2]2+ was synthesized from diamagnetic 1,4-C6H4{CW(depe)2Cl}2 (depe 1,2-bis(diethylphosphino)ethane). Systematic measurements of magnetic susceptibility for both crystalline and powder-formed compounds indicate a predominant super-exchange coupling between the magnetic tungsten centres. We provide a quantitative description of the observed susceptibility using a decoupled Heisenberg dimer model, and find that all the complexes exhibit a robust antiferromagnetic coupling between spins, J∼38 K. We note their potential use as building blocks for one-dimensional spin chains-with or without disorder-and describe possible synthetic routes to these architectures
Interacting anyons in topological quantum liquids: the golden chain.
Feiguin, Adrian; Trebst, Simon; Ludwig, Andreas W W; Troyer, Matthias; Kitaev, Alexei; Wang, Zhenghan; Freedman, Michael H
2007-04-20
We discuss generalizations of quantum spin Hamiltonians using anyonic degrees of freedom. The simplest model for interacting anyons energetically favors neighboring anyons to fuse into the trivial ("identity") channel, similar to the quantum Heisenberg model favoring neighboring spins to form spin singlets. Numerical simulations of a chain of Fibonacci anyons show that the model is critical with a dynamical critical exponent z=1, and described by a two-dimensional (2D) conformal field theory with central charge c=7/10. An exact mapping of the anyonic chain onto the 2D tricritical Ising model is given using the restricted-solid-on-solid representation of the Temperley-Lieb algebra. The gaplessness of the chain is shown to have topological origin. PMID:17501404
Parente, Walter E. F.; Pacobahyba, J. T. M.; Araújo, Ijanílio G.; Neto, Minos A.; Ricardo de Sousa, J.
2015-11-01
We will study phase diagram the quantum spin-1/2 anisotropic Heisenberg antiferromagnet model in the presence of a Dzyaloshinskii-Moriya interaction (D) and a uniform longitudinal (H) magnetic field, where we have observed an anomaly at low temperatures. Using the effective-field theory with a finite cluster N=2 spin (EFT-2) we calculate the phase diagram in the H - D plane on a simple cubic lattice (z=6). We analyzed the cases: anisotropic Heisenberg - case I: (Δ = 1), anisotropic Heisenberg - case II: (Δ = 0.5) and anisotropic Heisenberg - case III: (Δ = 0), where only second order phase transitions are observed.
Ghorbani, Elaheh; Tocchio, Luca F.; Becca, Federico
2016-02-01
By using variational wave functions and quantum Monte Carlo techniques, we investigate the complete phase diagram of the Heisenberg model on the anisotropic triangular lattice, where two out of three bonds have superexchange couplings J and the third one has instead J'. This model interpolates between the square lattice and the isotropic triangular one, for J'/J ≤1 , and between the isotropic triangular lattice and a set of decoupled chains, for J /J'≤1 . We consider all the fully symmetric spin liquids that can be constructed with the fermionic projective-symmetry group classification (Zhou and Wen, arXiv:cond-mat/0210662) and we compare them with the spiral magnetic orders that can be accommodated on finite clusters. Our results show that, for J'/J ≤1 , the phase diagram is dominated by magnetic orderings, even though a spin-liquid state may be possible in a small parameter window, i.e., 0.7 ≲J'/J ≲0.8 . In contrast, for J /J'≤1 , a large spin-liquid region appears close to the limit of decoupled chains, i.e., for J /J'≲0.6 , while magnetically ordered phases with spiral order are stabilized close to the isotropic point.
Lee, Chien-er
2004-01-01
By means of the idea of measurements on the crossed space-time nonlocal observables, we extend the mechanism for the two-way quantum teleportation to the chain teleportation among N spatially separated spin-1/2 systems. Since in the process only the local interactions are used, the microcausality is automatically satisfied.
Thermodynamics of Inozemtsev's elliptic spin chain
Klabbers, Rob
2016-06-01
We study the thermodynamic behaviour of Inozemtsev's long-range elliptic spin chain using the Bethe ansatz equations describing the spectrum of the model in the infinite-length limit. We classify all solutions of these equations in that limit and argue which of these solutions determine the spectrum in the thermodynamic limit. Interestingly, some of the solutions are not selfconjugate, which puts the model in sharp contrast to one of the model's limiting cases, the Heisenberg XXX spin chain. Invoking the string hypothesis we derive the thermodynamic Bethe ansatz equations (TBA-equations) from which we determine the Helmholtz free energy in thermodynamic equilibrium and derive the associated Y-system. We corroborate our results by comparing numerical solutions of the TBA-equations to a direct computation of the free energy for the finite-length hamiltonian. In addition we confirm numerically the interesting conjecture put forward by Finkel and González-López that the original and supersymmetric versions of Inozemtsev's elliptic spin chain are equivalent in the thermodynamic limit.
Decoherence as attenuation of mesoscopic echoes in a spin-chain channel
Alvarez, Gonzalo A; Levstein, Patricia R; Pastawski, Horacio M
2010-01-01
An initial local excitation in a confined quantum system evolves exploring the whole system, returning to the initial position as a mesoscopic echo at the Heisenberg time. We consider a two weakly coupled spin chains, a spin ladder, where one is a quantum channel while the other represents an environment. We quantify decoherence in the quantum channel through the attenuation of the mesoscopic echoes. We evaluate decoherence rates for different ratios between sources of amplitude fluctuation and dephasing in the inter-chain interaction Hamiltonian. The many-body dynamics is seen as a one-body evolution with a decoherence rate given by the Fermi golden rule.
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Adelnia, Fatemeh; Lascialfari, Alessandro [Dipartimento di Fisica, Università degli Studi di Milano and INSTM, Milano (Italy); Dipartimento di Fisica, Università degli Studi di Pavia and INSTM, Pavia (Italy); Mariani, Manuel [Dipartimento di Fisica e Astronomia, Università di Bologna, Bologna (Italy); Ammannato, Luca; Caneschi, Andrea; Rovai, Donella [Dipartimento di Chimica, Università degli Studi di Firenze and INSTM, Firenze (Italy); Winpenny, Richard; Timco, Grigore [School of Chemistry, The University of Manchester, Manchester (United Kingdom); Corti, Maurizio, E-mail: maurizio.corti@unipv.it; Borsa, Ferdinando [Dipartimento di Fisica, Università degli Studi di Pavia and INSTM, Pavia (Italy)
2015-05-07
We present the room temperature proton nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) nuclear spin-lattice relaxation rate (NSLR) results in two 1D spin chains: the Heisenberg antiferromagnetic (AFM) Eu(hfac){sub 3}NITEt and the magnetically frustrated Gd(hfac){sub 3}NITEt. The NSLR as a function of external magnetic field can be interpreted very well in terms of high temperature spin dynamics dominated by a long time persistence of the decay of the two-spin correlation function due to the conservation of the total spin value for isotropic Heisenberg chains. The high temperature spin dynamics are also investigated in Heisenberg AFM molecular rings. In both Cr{sub 8} closed ring and in Cr{sub 7}Cd and Cr{sub 8}Zn open rings, i.e., model systems for a finite spin segment, an enhancement of the low frequency spectral density is found consistent with spin diffusion but the high cut-off frequency due to intermolecular anisotropic interactions prevents a detailed analysis of the spin diffusion regime.
Talbert, Robert
2010-01-01
Catch Chain is a book of poems that traces the journey of a Corrections Officer who attempts to combat issues of isolation, inhumane treatment of inmates and societal rejection in jails by embarking upon a cross-country road trip. However, the same issues the officer initially wrestled with begin cropping up in different cities, on various highways and in a multitude of states. The excitement and adventure of the open road runs parallel to the recurring imprisonment of the guard's mind.
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Li, W. C.; Song, X.; Feng, J. J.; Zeng, M.; Gao, X. S.; Qin, M. H., E-mail: qinmh@scnu.edu.cn [Institute for Advanced Materials and Guangdong Provincial Key Laboratory of Quantum Engineering and Quantum Materials, South China Normal University, Guangzhou 510006 (China); Jia, X. T. [School of Physics and Chemistry, Henan Polytechnic University, Jiaozuo 454000 (China)
2015-07-07
In this work, the effects of the random exchange interaction on the phase transitions and phase diagrams of classical frustrated Heisenberg model are investigated by Monte Carlo simulation in order to simulate the chemical doping effect in real materials. It is observed that the antiferromagnetic transitions shift toward low temperature with the increasing magnitude of the random exchange interaction, which can be qualitatively understood from the competitions among local spin states. This study is related to the magnetic properties in the doped iron-based superconductors.
Thermal Entangled Quantum Refrigerator Working with Three-Qubit Heisenberg XX Model
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郑洁; 何济洲; 何弦
2011-01-01
An entangled quantum refrigerator working with a three-qubit one-dimensional isotropic Heisenberg XX model in a constant external magnetic field is constructed in this paper. Based on the quantum first law of thermodynamics, the expressions for several basic thermodynamic quantities such as the heat transferred, the net work and the coefficient of performance are derived. Moreover, the influence of the thermal entanglement on the basic thermodynamic quantities is investigated. Several interesting features of the variation of the basic thermodynamic quantities with the thermal entanglement in zero and nonzero magnetic field are obtained.
Double-layer antiferromagnetic quantum spin-1/2 Heisenberg model: study of the ground state
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The crossover from two-dimensional to three-dimensional behavior in the quasi-two-dimensional quantum Heisenberg antiferromagnetic model in the presence of a magnetic field, at T=0 (ground state), is studied by using effective-field theory. In the model a nearest neighbour spin pair interacts with strength J in the xy-plane and with λJ (0=c is obtained as a function of parameter λ, where we have different values of the classical case (Ising model) Hc/J=4+2λ
Approximation of reconstruction formula for continuous wavelet and Weyl-Heisenberg frames
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Ghadir Sadeghi
2012-07-01
Full Text Available As for an orthonormal basis, a frame allows each element in the underlying Hilbert space to be written as an unconditionally convergent infinite linear combination of the frame elements. The coefficients are called frame coefficients. Peter G. Casazza and Ole Christensen introduced some methods to approximate frame coefficients. In this article, we investigate some of these results for a continuous frame. As a consequence, approximation of the solution to a moment problem is also discussed. We also apply the results to wavelet frames and Weyl-Heisenberg frames.
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JI An-Chun; TIAN Guang-Shan
2006-01-01
In the present paper, we calculate the Gaussian correction to the critical value Jc⊥ caused by quantum spin fluctuation in a two-dimensional spatially anisotropic Heisenberg antiferromagnet with integer spin S. Previously, someauthors computed this quantity by the mean-field theory based on the Schwinger boson representation of spin operators.However, for S = 1, their result is much less than the one derived by numerical calculations. By taking the effect ofquantum spin fluctuation into consideration, we are able to produce a greatly improved result.
Qin, Meng; Li, Yan-Biao; Wu, Fang-Ping
2014-07-01
Quantifying and understanding quantum correlations may give a direct reply for many issues regarding the interesting behaviors of quantum system. To explore the quantum correlations in quantum teleportation, we have used a two-qubit Heisenberg XYZ system with spin-orbit interaction as a quantum channel to teleport an unknown state. By using different measures and standard teleportation protocols, we have derived the analytical expressions for quantum discord, entanglement of formation, purity, and maximal teleportation fidelity of the system. We compare their different characteristics and analyze the relationships between these quantities.
Critical behaviour of magnetic thin film with Heisenberg spin-S model
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The magnetic properties of a ferromagnetic thin film of face centered cubic (FCC) lattice with Heisenberg spin-S are examined using the high-temperature series expansions technique extrapolated with Pade approximations method. The critical reduced temperature of the system τc is studied as function of thickness of the film and the exchange interactions in the bulk, and within the surfaces Jb, Js and Jperpendicular respectively. A critical value of surface exchange interaction above which surface magnetism appears is obtained. The dependence of the reduced critical temperature on the film thickness L has been investigated.
Bipartite and Tripartite Entanglement in a Three-Qubit Heisenberg Model
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REN Jie; ZHU Shi-Qun
2006-01-01
The bipartite and tripartite entanglement in a three-qubit Heisenberg XY model with a nonuniformmagnetic field is studied. There are two or four peaks in the concurrence of the bipartite entanglement when the amplitudes of the magnetic fields are differently distributed between the three qubits. It is very interesting to note that there is no tangle of tripartite entanglement between the three qubits when the amplitudes of the magnetic fields are varied. However, the variation of the magnetic field direction can induce the tangle. The tangle is periodic about the angle between the magnetic field and the z axis of the spin.
Generalized Heisenberg Algebras, SUSYQM and Degeneracies: Infinite Well and Morse Potential
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Véronique Hussin
2011-03-01
Full Text Available We consider classical and quantum one and two-dimensional systems with ladder operators that satisfy generalized Heisenberg algebras. In the classical case, this construction is related to the existence of closed trajectories. In particular, we apply these results to the infinite well and Morse potentials. We discuss how the degeneracies of the permutation symmetry of quantum two-dimensional systems can be explained using products of ladder operators. These products satisfy interesting commutation relations. The two-dimensional Morse quantum system is also related to a generalized two-dimensional Morse supersymmetric model. Arithmetical or accidental degeneracies of such system are shown to be associated to additional supersymmetry.
Spin-Lattice-Coupled Order in Heisenberg Antiferromagnets on the Pyrochlore Lattice
Aoyama, Kazushi; Kawamura, Hikaru
2016-06-01
Effects of local lattice distortions on the spin ordering are investigated for the antiferromagnetic classical Heisenberg model on the pyrochlore lattice. It is found by Monte Carlo simulations that the spin-lattice coupling (SLC) originating from site phonons induces a first-order transition into two different types of collinear magnetic ordered states. The state realized at the stronger SLC is cubic symmetric characterized by the magnetic (1/2 ,1/2 ,1/2 ) Bragg peaks, while that at the weaker SLC is tetragonal symmetric characterized by the (1,1,0) ones, each accompanied by the commensurate local lattice distortions. Experimental implications to chromium spinels are discussed.
Quantum Correlations in a Two-Qubit Heisenberg XX Model under Intrinsic Decoherence
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Taking into account the intrinsic decoherence, we have investigated quantum correlations in a two-qubit Heisenberg XX model when a nonuniform magnetic field is included. We compare entanglement measured by entanglement of formation, quantum discord and measurement-induced measurement (MID) and illustrate their different characteristics. Quantum discord and MID show the same features and always exist even though there is no entanglement in the long time limit. In the time evolution, quantum discord could be generated or enhanced to the stable value, while MID just decreases to the stable value. (general)
Thermal Entangled Quantum Refrigerator Working with Three-Qubit Heisenberg XX Model
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An entangled quantum refrigerator working with a three-qubit one-dimensional isotropic Heisenberg XX model in a constant external magnetic field is constructed in this paper. Based on the quantum first law of thermodynamics, the expressions for several basic thermodynamic quantities such as the heat transferred, the net work and the coefficient of performance are derived. Moreover, the influence of the thermal entanglement on the basic thermodynamic quantities is investigated. Several interesting features of the variation of the basic thermodynamic quantities with the thermal entanglement in zero and nonzero magnetic field are obtained. (general)
Hecke-Bochner identity and eigenfunctions associated to Gelfand pairs on the Heisenberg group
Samanta, Amit
2012-01-01
Let $\\mathbb{H}^{n}$ be the $(2n+1)$-dimensional Heisenberg group, and let $K$ be a compact subgroup of U(n), such that $(K,\\mathbb{H}^{n})$ is a Gelfand pair. Also assume that the $K$-action on $\\mathbb{C}^n$ is polar. We prove a Hecke-Bochner identity associated to the Gelfand pair $(K,\\mathbb{H}^{n})$. For the special case $K=U(n)$, this was proved by Geller, giving a formula for the Weyl transform of a function $f$ of the type $f=Pg$, where $g$ is a radial function, and $P$ a bigraded sol...
Quantum simulating the frustrated Heisenberg model in a molecular dipolar crystal
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Zhou, Yan-Li, E-mail: ylzhou@nudt.edu.cn [College of Science, National University of Defense Technology, 410073 Changsha (China); Ou, Bao-Quan [College of Science, National University of Defense Technology, 410073 Changsha (China); Wu, Wei [College of Science, National University of Defense Technology, 410073 Changsha (China); State Key Laboratory of High Performance Computing, National University of Defense Technology, 410073 Changsha (China)
2015-10-23
We study the simulation of spin models with polar molecules in a dipolar crystal. We employ a master equation approach to describe the dynamics of the system and to research the dissipation of the model. The reduced dynamics of the polar molecules lead to frustrated Heisenberg models with tuneable long-range interactions, via spin-dependent dipole–dipole interactions forces to the lattice vibrations. The influence of the lattice vibrations is calculated and analyzed in detail. - Highlights: • We simulate spin models with polar molecules in a dipolar crystal. • We employ a master equation to describe the dynamics of the system. • The influence of the lattice vibrations is calculated.
The low-temperature phase of the Heisenberg antiferromagnet in a fermionic representation
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Thermal properties of the ordered phase of the spin 1/2 isotropic Heisenberg Antiferromagnet on a d-dimensional hypercubical lattice are studied within the fermionic representation when the constraint of a single occupancy condition is taken into account by the method suggested by Popov and Fedotov. Using a saddle point approximation in the path integral approach we discuss not only the leading order but also the fluctuations around the saddle point at one-loop level. The influence of taking into account the single occupancy condition is discussed at all steps. (author)
Self-Dual Chern-Simons Solitons and Generalized Heisenberg Ferromagnet Models
Oh, P; Oh, Phillial
1996-01-01
We consider the (2+1)-dimensional gauged Heisenberg ferromagnet model coupled with the Chern-Simons gauge fields. Self-dual Chern-Simons solitons, the static zero energy solution saturating Bogomol'nyi bounds, are shown to exist when the generalized spin variable is valued in the Hermitian symmetric spaces G/H. By gauging the maximal torus subgroup of H, we obtain self-dual solitons which satisfy vortex-type nonlinear equations thereby extending the two dimensional instantons in a nontrivial way. An explicit example for the CP(N) case is given.
van Dongen, Jeroen
2015-01-01
The Einstein-Rupp experiments have been unduly neglected in the history of quantum mechanics. While this is to be explained by the fact that Emil Rupp was later exposed as a fraud and had fabricated the results, it is not justified, due to the importance attached to the experiments at the time. This paper discusses Rupp's fraud, the relation between Albert Einstein and Rupp, and the Einstein-Rupp experiments, and argues that these experiments were an influence on Niels Bohr's development of complementarity and Werner Heisenberg's formulation of the uncertainty relations.
Fourier and Schur-Weyl transforms applied to XXX Heisenberg magnet
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Similarities and differences between Fourier and Schur-Weyl transforms have been discussed in the context of a one-dimensional Heisenberg magnetic ring with N nodes. We demonstrate that main difference between them correspond to another partitioning of the Hilbert space of the magnet. In particular, we point out that application of the quantum Fourier transform corresponds to splitting of the Hilbert space of the model into subspaces associated with the orbits of the cyclic group, whereas, the Schur-Weyl transform corresponds to splitting into subspaces associated with orbits of the symmetric group.
Dynamics of two qubits in a spin-bath of Quantum anisotropic Heisenberg XY coupling type
Jing, Jun; Lü, Zhi-guo
2006-01-01
The dynamics of two 1/2-spin qubits under the influence of a quantum Heisenberg XY type spin-bath is studied. After the Holstein-Primakoff transformation, a novel numerical polynomial scheme is used to give the time-evolution calculation of the center qubits initially prepared in a product state or a Bell state. Then the concurrence of the two qubits, the $z$-component moment of either of the subsystem spins and the fidelity of the subsystem are shown, which exhibit sensitive dependence on th...
Emergent Interacting Spin Islands in a Depleted Strong-Leg Heisenberg Ladder
Schmidiger, D.; Povarov, K. Yu.; Galeski, S.; Reynolds, N.; Bewley, R.; Guidi, T.; Ollivier, J.; Zheludev, A.
2016-06-01
Properties of the depleted Heisenberg spin ladder material series (C7 H10 N )2Cu1 -zZnz Br4 have been studied by the combination of magnetic measurements and neutron spectroscopy. Disorder-induced degrees of freedom lead to a specific magnetic response, described in terms of emergent strongly interacting "spin island" objects. The structure and dynamics of the spin islands is studied by high-resolution inelastic neutron scattering. This allows us to determine their spatial shape and to observe their mutual interactions, manifested by strong spectral in-gap contributions.
Comment on "More on Heisenberg's model for high energy nucleon-nucleon scattering"
Block, Martin M.; Durand, Loyal; Ha, Phuoc; Halzen, Francis
2016-01-01
We comment on the treatment of asymptotic black-disk scattering in a recent paper of Nastase and Sonnenschein, Phys.\\ Rev.\\ D\\ {\\bf 92}, 015028 (2015), on scattering in an updated version of the Heisenberg model which gives $pp$ and $\\bar{p}p$ cross sections which increase at very high energies as $\\ln^2s$. We show that the total cross section they define does not correspond to that measured in experiments, with the result that their limit for the ratio $\\sigma_{\\rm elas}/\\sigma_{\\rm tot}$ is...
Energía del estado base en un modelo de heisenberg antiferromagnético.
Altamar, A.; Rodríguez, J.
2014-01-01
En este trabajo se estudia un sistema de espín antiferromagnético sobre una red cuadrada no frustada sin considerar los efectos de la temperatura. El sistema se describe a través de un modelo de Heisenberg antiferromagnético. Se considera sólo las interracciones entre los espines a primeros vecinos, se aplica el método analítico de la teoría lineal de las ondas de espín para calcular la relación de dispersión y la energía por sitio en el estado base.
Quantum simulating the frustrated Heisenberg model in a molecular dipolar crystal
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We study the simulation of spin models with polar molecules in a dipolar crystal. We employ a master equation approach to describe the dynamics of the system and to research the dissipation of the model. The reduced dynamics of the polar molecules lead to frustrated Heisenberg models with tuneable long-range interactions, via spin-dependent dipole–dipole interactions forces to the lattice vibrations. The influence of the lattice vibrations is calculated and analyzed in detail. - Highlights: • We simulate spin models with polar molecules in a dipolar crystal. • We employ a master equation to describe the dynamics of the system. • The influence of the lattice vibrations is calculated
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In this work, the effects of the random exchange interaction on the phase transitions and phase diagrams of classical frustrated Heisenberg model are investigated by Monte Carlo simulation in order to simulate the chemical doping effect in real materials. It is observed that the antiferromagnetic transitions shift toward low temperature with the increasing magnitude of the random exchange interaction, which can be qualitatively understood from the competitions among local spin states. This study is related to the magnetic properties in the doped iron-based superconductors
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The competition between Kitaev and Heisenberg interactions away from half filling is studied for the hole-doped Kitaev-Heisenberg t-JK-JH model on a honeycomb lattice. While the isotropic Heisenberg coupling supports a time-reversal violating d-wave singlet state, we find that the Kitaev interaction favors a time-reversal invariant p-wave superconducting phase, which obeys the rotational symmetries of the microscopic model, and is robust for JH K/2. Within the p-wave superconducting phase, a critical chemical potential μc∼t separates a topologically trivial phase for vertical stroke μvertical stroke c from a topologically non-trivial Z2 time-reversal invariant spin-triplet phase for vertical stroke μvertical stroke > μc.
Grusha, I.; Menteshashvili, M.; Japaridze, G. I.
2016-01-01
We derive an effective spin Hamiltonian for the one-dimensional half-filled asymmetric ionic Hubbard model (IHM) with alternating on-site interaction in the limit of strong repulsion. It is shown that the effective Hamiltonian is that of a spin S = 1/2 anisotropic XXZ Heisenberg chain with alternating next-nearest-neighbor (NNN) and three-spin couplings in the presence of a uniform and a staggered magnetic field.
Slavnov and Gaudin-Korepin formulas for models without U (1) symmetry: the XXX chain on the segment
Belliard, S.; Pimenta, R. A.
2016-04-01
We consider the isotropic spin -\\frac{1}{2} Heisenberg chain with the most general integrable boundaries. The scalar product between the on-shell Bethe vector and its off-shell dual, obtained by means of the modified algebraic Bethe ansatz, is given by a modified Slavnov formula. The corresponding Gaudin-Korepin formula, i.e., the square of the norm, is also obtained.
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Ran SHEN; Yu Cai SU
2007-01-01
We show that the support of an irreducible weight module over the twisted Heisenberg-Virasoro algebra, which has an infinite-dimensional weight space, coincides with the weight lattice and that all nontrivial weight spaces of such a module are infinite dimensional. As a corollary, we obtain that every irreducible weight module over the twisted Heisenberg-Virasoro algebra, having a nontrivial finite-dimensional weight space, is a Harish-Chandra module (and hence is either an irreducible highest or lowest weight module or an irreducible module from the intermediate series).
Corrections to scaling for block entanglement in massive spin chains
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We consider the Rényi entropies Sn in one-dimensional massive integrable models diagonalizable by means of corner transfer matrices (such as Heisenberg and Ising spin chains). By means of explicit examples and using the relation of the corner transfer matrix with the Virasoro algebra, we show that close to a conformally invariant critical point, when the correlation length ξ is finite but large, the corrections to the scaling are of the unusual form ξ−x/n, with x the dimension of a relevant operator in the conformal theory. This is reminiscent of the results for gapless chains and should be valid for any massive one-dimensional model close to a conformal critical point
Stapp`s quantum dualism: The James/Heisenberg model of consciousness
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Noyes, H.P.
1994-02-18
Henry Stapp attempts to resolve the Cartesian dilemma by introducing what the author would characterize as an ontological dualism between mind and matter. His model for mind comes from William James` description of conscious events and for matter from Werner Heisenberg`s ontological model for quantum events (wave function collapse). His demonstration of the isomorphism between the two types of events is successful, but in the author`s opinion fails to establish a monistic, scientific theory. The author traces Stapp`s failure to his adamant rejection of arbitrariness, or `randomness`. This makes it impossible for him (or for Bohr and Pauli before him) to understand the power of Darwin`s explanation of biology, let along the triumphs of modern `neo-Darwinism`. The author notes that the point at issue is a modern version of the unresolved opposition between Leucippus and Democritus on one side and Epicurus on the other. Stapp`s views are contrasted with recent discussions of consciousness by two eminent biologists: Crick and Edelman. They locate the problem firmly in the context of natural selection on the surface of the earth. Their approaches provide a sound basis for further scientific work. The author briefly examines the connection between this scientific (rather than ontological) framework and the new fundamental theory based on bit-strings and the combinatorial hierarchy.
Search for the Heisenberg spin glass on rewired square lattices with antiferromagnetic interaction
Surungan, Tasrief; Bansawang B., J.; Tahir, Dahlang
2016-03-01
Spin glass (SG) is a typical magnetic system with frozen random spin orientation at low temperatures. The system exhibits rich physical properties, such as infinite number of ground states, memory effect, and aging phenomena. There are two main ingredients considered to be pivotal for the existence of SG behavior, namely, frustration and randomness. For the canonical SG system, frustration is led by the presence of competing interaction between ferromagnetic (FM) and antiferromagnetic (AF) couplings. Previously, Bartolozzi et al. [Phys. Rev. B73, 224419 (2006)], reported the SG properties of the AF Ising spins on scale free network (SFN). It is a new type of SG, different from the canonical one which requires the presence of both FM and AF couplings. In this new system, frustration is purely caused by the topological factor and its randomness is related to the irregular connectvity. Recently, Surungan et. al. [Journal of Physics: Conference Series, 640, 012001 (2015)] reported SG bahavior of AF Heisenberg model on SFN. We further investigate this type of system by studying an AF Heisenberg model on rewired square lattices. We used Replica Exchange algorithm of Monte Carlo Method and calculated the SG order parameter to search for the existence of SG phase.
1971-01-01
Remote from the noise and bustle of Europe's capital cities, in the charming German lake-side town of Lindau, close to the borders of Austria and Switzerland, Nobel Prize Winners in physics gathered together from June 28-July 2 to talk of their science and its interaction with society.
Thermodynamics of Inozemtsev's Elliptic Spin Chain
Klabbers, Rob
2016-01-01
We study the thermodynamic behaviour of Inozemtsev's long-range elliptic spin chain using the Bethe ansatz equations describing the spectrum of the model in the infinite-length limit. We classify all solutions of these equations in that limit and argue which of these solutions determine the spectrum in the thermodynamic limit. Interestingly, some of the solutions are not selfconjugate, which puts the model in sharp contrast to one of the model's limiting cases, the Heisenberg xxx spin chain. Invoking the string hypothesis we derive the thermodynamic Bethe ansatz equations (TBA-equations) from which we determine the Helmholtz free energy in thermodynamic equilibrium and derive the associated Y-system. We corroborate our results by comparing numerical solutions of the TBA-equations to a direct computation of the free energy for the finite-length hamiltonian. In addition we confirm numerically the interesting conjecture put forward by Finkel and Gonz\\'alez-L\\'opez that the original and supersymmetric versions of...
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The thesis deals with the application of different methods to the quantization problem for system of identical particles in one and two dimensions. The standard method is the analytic quantization method due to Schroedinger, which leads to the concept of fractional statistics in one and two dimensions. Two-dimensional particles with fractional statistics are well known by the name of anyons. Two alternative quantization methods are shown by the author, the algebraic method of Heisenberg and the Feynman path integral method. The Feynman method is closely related to the Schroedinger method, whereas the Heisenberg and Schroedinger methods may give different results. The relation between the Heisenberg and Schroedinger methods is discussed. The Heisenberg method is applied to the equations of motion of vortices in superfluid helium, which have the form of Hamiltonian equations for a one-dimensional system. The same method is also discussed more generally for systems of identical particles in one and two dimensions. An application of the Feynman method to the problem of computing the equation of state for a gas of anyons is presented. 104 refs., 4 figs
Hoffmann, T
1999-01-01
The equivalence of the discrete isotropic Heisenberg magnet (IHM) model and the discrete nonlinear Schrödinger equation (NLSE) given by Ablowitz and Ladik is shown. This is used to derive the equivalence of their discretization with the one by Izergin and Korepin. Moreover a doubly discrete IHM is presented that is equivalent to Ablowitz' and Ladiks doubly discrete NLSE.
Hoffmann, Tim
1999-01-01
The equivalence of the discrete isotropic Heisenberg magnet (IHM) model and the discrete nonlinear Schr\\"odinger equation (NLSE) given by Ablowitz and Ladik is shown. This is used to derive the equivalence of their discretization with the one by Izergin and Korepin. Moreover a doubly discrete IHM is presented that is equivalent to Ablowitz' and Ladiks doubly discrete NLSE.
Green’s Function for a Slice of the Korányi Ball in the Heisenberg Group Hn
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Shivani Dubey
2015-01-01
Full Text Available We give a representation formula for solution of the inhomogeneous Dirichlet problem on the upper half Korányi ball and for the slice of the Korányi ball in the Heisenberg group Hn by obtaining explicit expressions of Green-like kernel when the given data has certain radial symmetry.
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In this work we study the critical behavior of the quantum spin-1/2 anisotropic Heisenberg antiferromagnet in the presence of a longitudinal field on a body centered cubic (bcc) lattice as a function of temperature, anisotropy parameter (Δ) and magnetic field (H), where Δ=0 and 1 correspond the isotropic Heisenberg and Ising models, respectively. We use the framework of the differential operator technique in the effective-field theory with finite cluster of N=4 spins (EFT-4). The staggered ms=(mA−mB)/2 and total m=(mA+mB)/2 magnetizations are numerically calculated, where in the limit of ms→0 the critical line TN(H,Δ) is obtained. The phase diagram in the T−H plane is discussed as a function of the parameter Δ for all values of H∈[0,Hc(Δ)], where Hc(Δ) correspond the critical field (TN=0). Special focus is given in the low temperature region, where a reentrant behavior is observed around of H=Hc(Δ)≥Hc(Δ=1)=8J in the Ising limit, results in accordance with Monte Carlo simulation, and also was observed for all values of Δ∈[0,1]. This reentrant behavior increases with increase of the anisotropy parameter Δ. In the limit of low field, our results for the Heisenberg limit are compared with series expansion values. - Highlights: ► In the lat decade there has been a great interest in the physics of the quantum phase transition in spins system. ► Effective-field theory in cluster with N=4 spins is generalized to treat the quantum spin-1/2 Heisenberg model. ► We have obtained phase diagram at finite temperature for the quantum spin-1/2 antiferromagnet Heisenberg model as a bcc lattice.
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Chain Reaction is a work of recent American political history. It seeks to explain how and why America came to depend so heavily on its experts after World War II, how those experts translated that authority into political clout, and why that authority and political discretion declined in the 1970s. The author's research into the internal memoranda of the Atomic Energy Commission substantiates his argument in historical detail. It was not the ravages of American anti-intellectualism, as so many scholars have argued, that brought the experts back down to earth. Rather, their decline can be traced to the very roots of their success after World War II. The need to over-state anticipated results in order to garner public support, incessant professional and bureaucratic specialization, and the sheer proliferation of expertise pushed arcane and insulated debates between experts into public forums at the same time that a broad cross section of political participants found it easier to gain access to their own expertise. These tendencies ultimately undermined the political influence of all experts. (author)
Cat-states in the framework of Wigner-Heisenberg algebra
Dehghani, A.; Mojaveri, B.; Shirin, S.; Saedi, M.
2015-11-01
A one-parameter generalized Wigner-Heisenberg algebra (WHA) is reviewed in detail. It is shown that WHA verifies the deformed commutation rule [ x ˆ ,pˆλ ] = i(1 + 2 λ R ˆ) and also highlights the dynamical symmetries of the pseudo-harmonic oscillator (PHO). The present article is devoted to the study of new cat-states built from λ-deformed Schrödinger coherent states, which according to the Barut-Girardello scheme are defined as the eigenstates of the generalized annihilation operator. Particular attention is devoted to the limiting case where the Schrödinger cat states are obtained. Nonclassical features and quantum statistical properties of these states are studied by evaluation of Mandel's parameter and quadrature squeezing with respect to the λ-deformed canonical pairs (x ˆ ,pˆλ) . It is shown that these states minimize the uncertainty relations of each pair of the su(1 , 1) components.
Beyond Unitary Parasupersymmetry from the Viewpoint of h3 and h4 Heisenberg Algebras
Chenaghlou, A.; Fakhri, H.
Using the partition of the number p-1 into p-1 real parts which are not equal with each other necessarily, we develop the unitary parasupersymmetry algebra of arbitrary order p so that the well-known Rubakov-Spiridonov-Khare parasupersymmetry becomes a special case of the developed one. It is shown that the developed algebra is realized by simple harmonic oscillator and Landau problem on a flat surface with the symmetries of h3 and h4 Heisenberg-Lie algebras. For this new parasupersymmetry, the well-known unitary condition is violated, however, unitarity of the corresponding algebra is structurally conserved. Moreover, the components of the bosonic Hamiltonian operator are derived as functions from the mean value of the partition numbers with their label weight function.
Evolution in totally constrained models: Schr\\"odinger vs. Heisenberg pictures
Olmedo, Javier
2016-01-01
We study the relation between two evolution pictures that are currently considered for totally constrained theories. Both descriptions are based on Rovelli's evolving constants approach, where one identifies a (possibly local) degree of freedom of the system as an internal time. This method is well understood classically in several situations. The purpose of this manuscript is to further analyze this approach at the quantum level. Concretely, we will compare the (Schr\\"odinger-like) picture where the physical states evolve in time with the (Heisenberg-like) picture in which one defines parametrized observables (or evolving constants of the motion). We will show that in the particular situations considered in this manuscript (the parametrized relativistic particle and a spatially flat homogeneous and isotropic spacetime coupled to a massless scalar field) both descriptions are equivalent. We will finally comment on possible issues and on the genericness of the equivalence between both pictures.
Comment on "More on Heisenberg's model for high energy nucleon-nucleon scattering"
Block, Martin M; Ha, Phuoc; Halzen, Francis
2016-01-01
We comment on the treatment of asymptotic black-disk scattering in a recent paper of Nastase and Sonnenschein, Phys.\\ Rev.\\ D\\ {\\bf 92}, 015028 (2015), on scattering in an updated version of the Heisenberg model which gives $pp$ and $\\bar{p}p$ cross sections which increase at very high energies as $\\ln^2s$. We show that the total cross section they define does not correspond to that measured in experiments, with the result that their limit for the ratio $\\sigma_{\\rm elas}/\\sigma_{\\rm tot}$ is too small by a factor 2. The correct ratio for black-disk scattering, $\\sigma_{\\rm elas}/\\sigma_{\\rm tot} \\rightarrow 1/2$ for $s\\rightarrow\\infty$, is strongly supported by experiment.
Lima, L. S.
2016-07-01
We use the SU(3) Schwinger's boson theory to study the spin transport properties of the two-dimensional anisotropic frustrated Heisenberg model in a honeycomb lattice at T=0. We have investigated the behavior of the spin conductivity for this model which presents a single-ion anisotropy and J1 and J2 exchange interactions. We study the spin transport in the Bose-Einstein condensation regime where we have that the tz bosons are condensed and the following condition is valid: = = t. Our results show a metallic spin transport for ω > 0 and a superconductor spin transport in the limit of DC conductivity, ω → 0, where σ(ω) tends to infinity in this limit of ω.
Mi, Bin-Zhou; Zhai, Liang-Jun; Hua, Ling-Ling
2016-01-01
The effect of magnetic spin correlation on the thermodynamic properties of Heisenberg ferromagnetic single-walled nanotubes are comprehensively investigated by use of the double-time Green's function method. The influence of temperature, spin quantum number, diameter of the tube, anisotropy strength and external magnetic field to internal energy, free energy, and magnon specific heat are carefully calculated. Compared to the mean field approximation, the consideration of the magnetic correlation effect significantly improves the internal energy values at finite temperature, while it does not so near zero temperature, and this effect is related to the diameter of the tube, anisotropy strength, and spin quantum number. The magnetic correlation effect lowers the internal energy at finite temperature. As a natural consequence of the reduction of the internal energy, the specific heat is reduced, and the free energy is elevated.
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It is shown that Heisenberg's commutation rule between the position co-ordinate and the corresponding canonically conjugate momentum may be interpreted by noncommuting geometrical structures. As in the absence of a magnetic field the Euclidean norm of the momentum space directly enters the kinetic energy, the momentum space can be mapped onto the quaternion field U2. Such a mapping preserves the norm of the momentum space. By that, the geometric and algebraic structure of the Pauli equation can be obtained and the relationship between the Pauli and the Dirac equation can be made apparent by noncommuting algebraic structures. In an appendix it will also be shown that the extension of the procedure to vector spaces equipped with Riemannian geometry makes no difficulties and a covariant quantization procedure can be formulated. (author)
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Mihai V. Putz
2010-10-01
Full Text Available Within the path integral Feynman formulation of quantum mechanics, the fundamental Heisenberg Uncertainty Relationship (HUR is analyzed in terms of the quantum fluctuation influence on coordinate and momentum estimations. While introducing specific particle and wave representations, as well as their ratio, in quantifying the wave-to-particle quantum information, the basic HUR is recovered in a close analytical manner for a large range of observable particle-wave Copenhagen duality, although with the dominant wave manifestation, while registering its progressive modification with the factor √1-n2, in terms of magnitude n ε [0,1] of the quantum fluctuation, for the free quantum evolution around the exact wave-particle equivalence. The practical implications of the present particle-to-wave ratio as well as of the free-evolution quantum picture are discussed for experimental implementation, broken symmetry and the electronic localization function.
Towards exact solutions of the non-linear Heisenberg-Pauli-Weyl spinor equation
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In ''color geometrodynamics'' fundamental spinor fields are assumed to obey a GL(2f,C) x GL(2c,C) gauge-invariant nonlinear spinor equation of the Heisenberg-Pauli-Weyl type. Quark confinement, assimilating a scheme of Salam and Strathdee, is (partially) mediated by the tensor ''gluons'' of strong gravity. This hypothesis is incorporated into the model by considering the nonlinear Dirac equation in a curved space-time of hadronic dimensions. Disregarding internal degrees of freedom, it is then feasible, for a particular background space-time, to obtain exact solutions of the spherical bound-state problem. Finally, these solutions are tentatively interpreted as droplet-type solitons and remarks on their interrelation with Wheeler's geon construction are made. (author)
Nonstandard deformed oscillators from $q$- and $(p,q)$-deformations of Heisenberg algebra
Gavrilik, A M
2016-01-01
For the two-parameter $p,q$-deformed Heisenberg algebra (DHA) introduced recently and in which, instead of usual commutator of $X$ and $P$ in the l.h.s. of basic relation $[X,P]={\\rm i}\\hbar$, one uses the $p,q$-commutator, we established interesting properties. Most important is the realizability of the $p,q$-DHA by means of the appropriate deformed oscillator algebra (DOA). Another uncovered property is special extension of the usual mutual Hermitian conjugation of the creation and annihilation operators, namely the so-called $\\eta(N)$-pseudo-Hermitian conjugation rule, along with the related $\\eta(N)$-pseudo-Hermiticity property of the position or momentum operators. In this work, we present some new solutions of the realization problem yielding new (nonstandard) deformed oscillators, and show their inequivalence to the earlier known solution and respective DOA, in particular what concerns ground state energy.
Specific features of thermodynamics of two-dimensional Heisenberg magnets on a triangular lattice
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Thermodynamic and magnetic properties of two-dimensional Heisenberg ferro-and antiferromagnets with spin 1/2 on a triangular lattice are investigated theoretically. The models are treated with the use of two-time Green's functions and the decoupling procedure that takes into account explicitly a short-range order and does not require the existence of a long-range order in the system. The internal energy, heat capacity and susceptibility of the magnets are expressed in terms of the correlation functions which satisfy a system of self-consistent equations. The system is solved numerically in the whole temperature range At high- and low-temperature limits analytical asymptotes are found for the above thermodynamic quantities and correlation functions. The result obtained are correlated with similar data for square lattices and with the available literature results of high-temperature expansions
Evidence for power-law Griffiths singularities in a layered Heisenberg magnet
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We study the ferromagnetic phase transition in a randomly layered Heisenberg model. A recent strong-disorder renormalization group approach [Phys. Rev. B 81, 144407 (2010)] predicted that the critical point in this system is of exotic infinite-randomness type and is accompanied by strong power-law Griffiths singularities. Here, we report results of Monte-Carlo simulations that provide numerical evidence in support of these predictions. Specifically, we investigate the finite-size scaling behavior of the magnetic susceptibility which is characterized by a non-universal power-law divergence in the Griffiths phase. In addition, we calculate the time autocorrelation function of the spins. It features a very slow decay in the Griffiths phase, following a non-universal power law in time.
Evidence for power-law Griffiths singularities in a layered Heisenberg magnet
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Hrahsheh, Fawaz; Barghathi, Hatem; Vojta, Thomas [Department of Physics, Missouri University of Science and Technology, Rolla MO 65409 (United States); Mohan, Priyanka; Narayanan, Rajesh, E-mail: vojtat@mst.edu [Department of Physics, Indian Institute of Technology Madras, Chennai 600036 (India)
2011-01-01
We study the ferromagnetic phase transition in a randomly layered Heisenberg model. A recent strong-disorder renormalization group approach [Phys. Rev. B 81, 144407 (2010)] predicted that the critical point in this system is of exotic infinite-randomness type and is accompanied by strong power-law Griffiths singularities. Here, we report results of Monte-Carlo simulations that provide numerical evidence in support of these predictions. Specifically, we investigate the finite-size scaling behavior of the magnetic susceptibility which is characterized by a non-universal power-law divergence in the Griffiths phase. In addition, we calculate the time autocorrelation function of the spins. It features a very slow decay in the Griffiths phase, following a non-universal power law in time.
Anomalous Curie response of an impurity in a quantum critical spin-1/2 Heisenberg antiferromagnet
Höglund, Kaj; Sandvik, Anders
2007-03-01
There is a disagreement concerning the low-temperature (T) magnetic susceptibility χ^zimp˜C/T of a spin-S impurity in a nearly quantum critical antiferromagnetic host. Field-theoretical work [1] predicted an anomalous Curie constant S^2/30 quantum Monte Carlo simulations in order to resolve the controversy. Our main result is for a vacancy in a quantum critical spin-1/2 Heisenberg antiferromagnet on a bilayer lattice. In our susceptibility data for the S=1/2 impurity we observe a Curie constant C=0.262(2). Although the value falls outside the predicted range, it should correspond to an anomalous impurity response, as proposed in Ref. [1]. [1] S. Sachdev, C. Buragohain, and M. Vojta, Science 286, 2479 (1999); M. Vojta, C. Buragohain, and S. Sachdev, Phys. Rev. B 61, 15152 (2000). [2] O. P. Sushkov, Phys. Rev. B 62, 12135 (2000). [3] M. Troyer, Prog. Theor. Phys. Supp. 145, 326 (2002).
Experimental Test of Heisenberg's Measurement Uncertainty Relation Based on Statistical Distances
Ma, Wenchao; Ma, Zhihao; Wang, Hengyan; Chen, Zhihua; Liu, Ying; Kong, Fei; Li, Zhaokai; Peng, Xinhua; Shi, Mingjun; Shi, Fazhan; Fei, Shao-Ming; Du, Jiangfeng
2016-04-01
Incompatible observables can be approximated by compatible observables in joint measurement or measured sequentially, with constrained accuracy as implied by Heisenberg's original formulation of the uncertainty principle. Recently, Busch, Lahti, and Werner proposed inaccuracy trade-off relations based on statistical distances between probability distributions of measurement outcomes [P. Busch et al., Phys. Rev. Lett. 111, 160405 (2013); P. Busch et al., Phys. Rev. A 89, 012129 (2014)]. Here we reformulate their theoretical framework, derive an improved relation for qubit measurement, and perform an experimental test on a spin system. The relation reveals that the worst-case inaccuracy is tightly bounded from below by the incompatibility of target observables, and is verified by the experiment employing joint measurement in which two compatible observables designed to approximate two incompatible observables on one qubit are measured simultaneously.
Jahanpanah, Jafar
2015-01-01
The vibrational motion equations of both homo and hetero-nuclei diatomic molecules are here derived for the first time. A diatomic molecule is first considered as a one dimensional quantum mechanics oscillator. The second and third-order Hamiltonian operators are then formed by substituting the number operator for the quantum number in the corresponding vibrational energy eigenvalues. The expectation values of relative position and linear momentum operators of two oscillating atoms are calculated by solving Heisenbergs equations of motion. Subsequently, the expectation values of potential and kinetics energy operators are evaluated in all different vibrational levels of Morse potential. On the other hand, the stability theory of optical oscillators (lasers) is exploited to determine the stability conditions of an oscillating diatomic molecule.It is peculiarly turned out that the diatomic molecules are exactly dissociated at the energy level in which their equations of motion become unstable. We also determine...
Nonequilibrium behaviors of the three-dimensional Heisenberg model in the Swendsen-Wang algorithm
Nonomura, Yoshihiko; Tomita, Yusuke
2016-01-01
Recently, it was shown [Y. Nonomura, J. Phys. Soc. Jpn. 83, 113001 (2014), 10.7566/JPSJ.83.113001] that the nonequilibrium critical relaxation of the two-dimensional (2D) Ising model from a perfectly ordered state in the Wolff algorithm is described by stretched-exponential decay, and a universal scaling scheme was found to connect nonequilibrium and equilibrium behaviors. In the present study we extend these findings to vector spin models, and the 3D Heisenberg model could be a typical example. To evaluate the critical temperature and critical exponents precisely using the above scaling scheme, we calculate nonequilibrium ordering from the perfectly disordered state in the Swendsen-Wang algorithm, and we find that the critical ordering process is described by stretched-exponential growth with a comparable exponent to that of the 3D X Y model. The critical exponents evaluated in the present study are consistent with those in previous studies.
Entanglement and quantum phase transition in the Heisenberg-Ising model
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Tan Xiao-Dong; Jin Bai-Qi; Gao Wei
2013-01-01
We use the quantum renormalization-group (QRG) method to study the entanglement and quantum phase transition (QPT) in the one-dimensional spin-l/2 Heisenberg-Ising model [Lieb E,Schultz T and Mattis D 1961 Ann.Phys.(N.Y.)16 407].We find the quantum phase boundary of this model by investigating the evolution of concurrence in terms of QRG iterations.We also investigate the scaling behavior of the system close to the quantum critical point,which shows that the minimum value of the first derivative of concurrence and the position of the minimum scale with an exponent of the system size.Also,the first derivative of concurrence between two blocks diverges at the quantum critical point,which is directly associated with the divergence of the correlation length.
Herman, Aline; Deparis, Olivier
2014-01-01
Optimization of the efficiency of solar cells is a major challenge for renewable energies. Using a rigorous theoretical approach, we show that the photocurrent generated in a solar cell depends strongly on the degree of coherence of the incident light. In accordance with Heisenberg uncertainty time-energy, incoherent light at photons of carrier energy lower than the active material bandgap can be absorbed whereas coherent light at the same carrier energy cannot. We identify cases where incoherence does enhance efficiency. This result has a dramatical impact on the way solar cells must be optimized regarding sunlight. As an illustration, surface-corrugated GaAs and c-Si thin-film solar cells are considered.
Nonequilibrium behaviors of the three-dimensional Heisenberg model in the Swendsen-Wang algorithm.
Nonomura, Yoshihiko; Tomita, Yusuke
2016-01-01
Recently, it was shown [Y. Nonomura, J. Phys. Soc. Jpn. 83, 113001 (2014)JUPSAU0031-901510.7566/JPSJ.83.113001] that the nonequilibrium critical relaxation of the two-dimensional (2D) Ising model from a perfectly ordered state in the Wolff algorithm is described by stretched-exponential decay, and a universal scaling scheme was found to connect nonequilibrium and equilibrium behaviors. In the present study we extend these findings to vector spin models, and the 3D Heisenberg model could be a typical example. To evaluate the critical temperature and critical exponents precisely using the above scaling scheme, we calculate nonequilibrium ordering from the perfectly disordered state in the Swendsen-Wang algorithm, and we find that the critical ordering process is described by stretched-exponential growth with a comparable exponent to that of the 3D XY model. The critical exponents evaluated in the present study are consistent with those in previous studies. PMID:26871018
Uys, Hermann
Cooperative effects in many-particle systems can be exploited to achieve measurement outcomes not possible with independent probe particles. We explore two measurement applications based on the cooperative phenomenon of superradiance or on correlated quantum states closely related to superradiance. In the first application we study the off-resonant superradiant Raman scattering of light from an ultracold Bose atomic vapor. We investigate the temperature dependence of superradiance for a trapped vapor and show that in the regime where superradiance occurs on a timescale comparable to a trap frequency, scattering takes place preferentially from atoms in the lowest trap levels due to Doppler dephasing. As a consequence, below the critical temperature for Bose condensation, absorption images of transmitted light serve as a direct probe of the condensed state. Subsequently, we consider a pure condensate and study the time-dependent spatial features of transmitted light, obtaining good qualitative agreement with recent imaging experiments. Inclusion of quantum fluctuations in the initial stages of the superradiant emission accounts well for shot-to-shot fluctuations. Secondly, we have used simulated annealing, a global optimization strategy, to systematically search for correlated quantum interferometer input states that approach the Heisenberg limited uncertainty in estimates of the interferometer phase shift. That limit improves over the standard quantum limit to the phase sensitivity of interferometric measurements by a factor of 1/ N , where N is the number of interfering particles. We compare the performance of these states to that of other non-classical states already known to yield Heisenberg limited uncertainty.
Fermionology in the Kondo-Heisenberg model: the case of CeCoIn5
Zhong, Yin; Zhang, Lan; Lu, Han-Tao; Luo, Hong-Gang
2015-09-01
The Fermi surface of heavy electron systems plays a fundamental role in understanding their variety of puzzling phenomena, for example, quantum criticality, strange metal behavior, unconventional superconductivity and even enigmatic phases with yet unknown order parameters. The spectroscopy measurement of the typical heavy fermion superconductor CeCoIn5 has demonstrated multi-Fermi surface structure, which has not been studied in detail theoretically in a model system like the Kondo-Heisenberg model. In this work, we take a step toward such a theoretical model by revisiting the Kondo-Heisenberg model. It is found that the usual self-consistent calculation cannot reproduce the fermionology of the experimental observation of the system due to the sign binding between the hopping of the conduction electrons and the mean-field valence-bond order. To overcome such inconsistency, the mean-field valence-bond order is considered as a free/fitting parameter to correlate them with real-life experiments as performed in recent experiments [M.P. Allan, F. Massee, D.K. Morr, J. Van Dyke, A.W. Rost, A.P. Mackenzie, C. Petrovic, J.C. Davis, Nat. Phys. 9, 468 (2013); J. Van Dyke, F. Massee, M.P. Allan, J.C. Davis, C. Petrovic, D.K. Morr, Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. 111, 11663 (2014)], which also explicitly reflects the intrinsic dispersion of local electrons observed in experimental measurements. Given the fermionology, the calculated effective mass enhancement, entropy, superfluid density and Knight shift are all in qualitative agreement with the experimental results of CeCoIn5, which confirms our assumption. Our result supports a d_{x^2 - y^2 }-wave pairing structure in the heavy fermion material CeCoIn5.
2003-01-01
[figure removed for brevity, see original site] The large crater at the top of this THEMIS visible image has several other craters inside of it. Most noticeable are the craters that form a 'chain' on the southern wall of the large crater. These craters are a wonderful example of secondary impacts. They were formed when large blocks of ejecta from an impact crashed back down onto the surface of Mars. Secondaries often form radial patterns around the impact crater that generated them, allowing researchers to trace them back to their origin.Note: this THEMIS visual image has not been radiometrically nor geometrically calibrated for this preliminary release. An empirical correction has been performed to remove instrumental effects. A linear shift has been applied in the cross-track and down-track direction to approximate spacecraft and planetary motion. Fully calibrated and geometrically projected images will be released through the Planetary Data System in accordance with Project policies at a later time.NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory manages the 2001 Mars Odyssey mission for NASA's Office of Space Science, Washington, D.C. The Thermal Emission Imaging System (THEMIS) was developed by Arizona State University, Tempe, in collaboration with Raytheon Santa Barbara Remote Sensing. The THEMIS investigation is led by Dr. Philip Christensen at Arizona State University. Lockheed Martin Astronautics, Denver, is the prime contractor for the Odyssey project, and developed and built the orbiter. Mission operations are conducted jointly from Lockheed Martin and from JPL, a division of the California Institute of Technology in Pasadena.Image information: VIS instrument. Latitude 19.3, Longitude 347.5 East (12.5 West). 19 meter/pixel resolution.
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Deng, Xian-Yan, E-mail: 58845736@qq.com [Graduate School, Tianjin Polytechnic University, Tianjin 300387 (China); Kong, Long-Juan [Department of Physics, Tianjin Polytechnic University, Tianjin 300387 (China)
2014-07-01
The ground-state properties and quantum phase transitions (QPTs) in spin-1/2 Heisenberg-Ising alternating chain has been investigated by the iTEBD algorithm. Four different ground-state phases, i.e., a ferromagnetic phase (FM), an antiferromagnetic phase (AF), a stripe phase (SP), and a disordered phase were distinguished. The disordered phase, which has nonzero string orders and the doubly degenerate entanglement spectrum, was observed as Heisenberg coupling J{sub H}>0.5. The disordered phase in such a model is found to belong to the same topological phase as the Haldane state. In the disordered phase, every two nearest-neighbor spin-1/2 spins connected by the Ising coupling behave like an integer (S=1) spin. Furthermore, the QPTs from the disordered phase to the AF and SP phases belong to the Ising universality class with central charges c=c{sup ¯}=1/2.
Graphs: Associated Markov Chains
Murthy, Garimella Rama
2012-01-01
In this research paper, weighted / unweighted, directed / undirected graphs are associated with interesting Discrete Time Markov Chains (DTMCs) as well as Continuous Time Markov Chains (CTMCs). The equilibrium / transient behaviour of such Markov chains is studied. Also entropy dynamics (Shannon entropy) of certain structured Markov chains is investigated. Finally certain structured graphs and the associated Markov chains are studied.
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Parente, Walter E.F.; Pacobahyba, J.T.M.; Araújo, Ijanílio G. [Departamento de Física, Universidade Federal de Roraima, BR 174, Km 12. Bairro Monte Cristo. CEP: 69300-000 Boa Vista, Roraima (Brazil); Neto, Minos A., E-mail: minos@pq.cnpq.br [Universidade Federal do Amazonas, Departamento de Física, 3000, Japiim, 69077-000, Manaus-AM (Brazil); Ricardo de Sousa, J. [Universidade Federal do Amazonas, Departamento de Física, 3000, Japiim, 69077-000, Manaus-AM (Brazil); National Institute of Science and Technology for Complex Systems, 3000, Japiim, 69077-000, Manaus-AM (Brazil); Akinci, Ümit [Department of Physics, Dokuz Eylül University, Tr-35160 Izmir (Turkey)
2014-04-15
In this paper we study the quantum spin-1/2 anisotropic Heisenberg antiferromagnet model in the presence of a Dzyaloshinskii–Moriya interaction (D) and a uniform longitudinal (H) magnetic field. Using the effective-field theory with a finite cluster N=2 spin (EFT-2) we calculate the phase diagrams in the H−T and D−T planes on a simple cubic lattice (z=6). We have only observed second order phase transitions for values between Δ∈[0,1], where the cases were analysed: Ising (Δ=1), anisotropic Heisenberg (Δ=0.6) and isotropic Heisenberg (Δ=0). - Highlights: • Anisotropic Heisenberg antiferromagnet on a simple cubic lattice. • Effective-field theory. • Dzyaloshinskii–Moriya interaction.
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In this paper we study the quantum spin-1/2 anisotropic Heisenberg antiferromagnet model in the presence of a Dzyaloshinskii–Moriya interaction (D) and a uniform longitudinal (H) magnetic field. Using the effective-field theory with a finite cluster N=2 spin (EFT-2) we calculate the phase diagrams in the H−T and D−T planes on a simple cubic lattice (z=6). We have only observed second order phase transitions for values between Δ∈[0,1], where the cases were analysed: Ising (Δ=1), anisotropic Heisenberg (Δ=0.6) and isotropic Heisenberg (Δ=0). - Highlights: • Anisotropic Heisenberg antiferromagnet on a simple cubic lattice. • Effective-field theory. • Dzyaloshinskii–Moriya interaction
A hidden BFKL / XXX s = -1/2 spin chain mapping
Romagnoni, Alberto
2011-01-01
A new mapping between the BFKL equation and Beisert's representation of the XXX Heisenberg ferromagnet with spin s = - 1/2 is given. The action of the Hamiltonian operator of a spin chain with SL(2) invariance on a symmetric double copy of a harmonic oscillator excited state is shown to be identical to the action of the BFKL Hamiltonian on the gluon Green function for the azimuthal-angle averaged forward scattering case. A natural mapping between the gluon Green function, discretized in virtuality space, and the double harmonic oscillator excited state emerges.
Decoherence as attenuation of mesoscopic echoes in a spin-chain channel
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An initial local excitation in a confined quantum system evolves, exploring the whole system and returning to the initial position as a mesoscopic echo at the Heisenberg time. We consider two weakly coupled spin chains, a spin ladder, where one is a quantum channel while the other represents an environment. We quantify decoherence in the quantum channel through the attenuation of the mesoscopic echoes. We evaluate decoherence rates for different ratios between sources of amplitude fluctuation and dephasing in the interchain interaction Hamiltonian. The many-body dynamics is seen as a one-body evolution with a decoherence rate given by the Fermi golden rule.
Engineering the Dynamics of Effective Spin-Chain Models for Strongly Interacting Atomic Gases
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Volosniev, A. G.; Petrosyan, D.; Valiente, M.; Fedorov, D. V.; Jensen, A. S.; Zinner, Nikolaj Thomas
2015-01-01
We consider a one-dimensional gas of cold atoms with strong contact interactions and construct an effective spin-chain Hamiltonian for a two-component system. The resulting Heisenberg spin model can be engineered by manipulating the shape of the external confining potential of the atomic gas. We...... find that bosonic atoms offer more flexibility for tuning independently the parameters of the spin Hamiltonian through interatomic (intra-species) interaction which is absent for fermions due to the Pauli exclusion principle. Our formalism can have important implications for control and manipulation of...
Heat Transport in Spin Chains with Weak Spin-Phonon Coupling
Chernyshev, AL; Rozhkov, AV
2015-01-01
© 2016 American Physical Society. The heat transport in a system of S=1/2 large-J Heisenberg spin chains, describing closely Sr2CuO3 and SrCuO2 cuprates, is studied theoretically at TJ by considering interactions of the bosonized spin excitations with optical phonons and defects. Treating rigorously the multiboson processes, we derive a microscopic spin-phonon scattering rate that adheres to an intuitive picture of phonons acting as thermally populated defects for the fast spin excitations. T...
Bethe ansatz for the XXX-S chain with non-diagonal open boundaries
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We consider the algebraic Bethe ansatz solution of the integrable and isotropic XXX-S Heisenberg chain with non-diagonal open boundaries. We show that the corresponding K-matrices are similar to diagonal matrices with the help of suitable transformations independent of the spectral parameter. When the boundary parameters satisfy certain constraints we are able to formulate the diagonalization of the associated double-row transfer matrix by means of the quantum inverse scattering method. This allows us to derive explicit expressions for the eigenvalues and the corresponding Bethe ansatz equations. We also present evidences that the eigenvectors can be build up in terms of multiparticle states for arbitrary S
Algebraic Bethe ansatz for the XXX chain with triangular boundaries and Gaudin model
Cirilo António, N.; Manojlović, N.; Salom, I.
2014-12-01
We implement fully the algebraic Bethe ansatz for the XXX Heisenberg spin chain in the case when both boundary matrices can be brought to the upper-triangular form. We define the Bethe vectors which yield the strikingly simple expression for the off shell action of the transfer matrix, deriving the spectrum and the relevant Bethe equations. We explore further these results by obtaining the off shell action of the generating function of the Gaudin Hamiltonians on the corresponding Bethe vectors through the so-called quasi-classical limit. Moreover, this action is as simple as it could possibly be, yielding the spectrum and the Bethe equations of the Gaudin model.
Algebraic Bethe ansatz for the XXX chain with triangular boundaries and Gaudin model
António, N Cirilo; Salom, I
2014-01-01
We implement fully the algebraic Bethe ansatz for the XXX Heisenberg spin chain in the case when both boundary matrices can be brought to the upper-triangular form. We define the Bethe vectors which yield the strikingly simple expression for the off shell action of the transfer matrix, deriving the spectrum and the corresponding Bethe equations. We explore further these results by obtaining the off shell action of the generating function of the Gaudin Hamiltonians on the Bethe vectors through the so-called quasi-classical limit.
Decoherence as attenuation of mesoscopic echoes in a spin-chain channel
Álvarez, Gonzalo A.; Danieli, Ernesto P.; Levstein, Patricia R.; Pastawski, Horacio M.
2010-07-01
An initial local excitation in a confined quantum system evolves, exploring the whole system and returning to the initial position as a mesoscopic echo at the Heisenberg time. We consider two weakly coupled spin chains, a spin ladder, where one is a quantum channel while the other represents an environment. We quantify decoherence in the quantum channel through the attenuation of the mesoscopic echoes. We evaluate decoherence rates for different ratios between sources of amplitude fluctuation and dephasing in the interchain interaction Hamiltonian. The many-body dynamics is seen as a one-body evolution with a decoherence rate given by the Fermi golden rule.
Algebraic Bethe ansatz for the XXX chain with triangular boundaries and Gaudin model
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Cirilo António, N., E-mail: nantonio@math.ist.utl.pt [Centro de Análise Funcional e Aplicações, Instituto Superior Técnico, Universidade de Lisboa, Av. Rovisco Pais, 1049-001 Lisboa (Portugal); Manojlović, N., E-mail: nmanoj@ualg.pt [Grupo de Física Matemática da Universidade de Lisboa, Av. Prof. Gama Pinto 2, PT-1649-003 Lisboa (Portugal); Departamento de Matemática, F.C.T., Universidade do Algarve, Campus de Gambelas, PT-8005-139 Faro (Portugal); Salom, I., E-mail: isalom@ipb.ac.rs [Institute of Physics, University of Belgrade, P.O. Box 57, 11080 Belgrade (Serbia)
2014-12-15
We implement fully the algebraic Bethe ansatz for the XXX Heisenberg spin chain in the case when both boundary matrices can be brought to the upper-triangular form. We define the Bethe vectors which yield the strikingly simple expression for the off shell action of the transfer matrix, deriving the spectrum and the relevant Bethe equations. We explore further these results by obtaining the off shell action of the generating function of the Gaudin Hamiltonians on the corresponding Bethe vectors through the so-called quasi-classical limit. Moreover, this action is as simple as it could possibly be, yielding the spectrum and the Bethe equations of the Gaudin model.
Algebraic Bethe ansatz for the XXX chain with triangular boundaries and Gaudin model
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We implement fully the algebraic Bethe ansatz for the XXX Heisenberg spin chain in the case when both boundary matrices can be brought to the upper-triangular form. We define the Bethe vectors which yield the strikingly simple expression for the off shell action of the transfer matrix, deriving the spectrum and the relevant Bethe equations. We explore further these results by obtaining the off shell action of the generating function of the Gaudin Hamiltonians on the corresponding Bethe vectors through the so-called quasi-classical limit. Moreover, this action is as simple as it could possibly be, yielding the spectrum and the Bethe equations of the Gaudin model
Alcance y Función de las Teorias Físicas em Hylary Putnam y Werner Heisenberg
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Christian de Ronde
2013-08-01
Full Text Available In this work we attempt to analyze the intra-theoretic characterization provided by Hilary Putnam and Werner Heisenberg between quantum mechanics and other theories. The first defended the idea that physical theories include macro principles that under specific definite historical conditions can be revised on the light of rival principles. Putnam will concentrate in the impact that quantum mechanics has produced in the classical image of knowledge. Heisenberg, on the other hand, develops his analysis from the notion of closed theories, assuming the independence and incommensurability of physical theories. These divergences between the two authors will allow us to analyze how the disagreement in the consideration of the status of physical theories, goes deeper into more profound aspects related to the nature of knowledge and the relation between theory and world
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We consider the spin-1/2 antiferromagnetic Heisenberg model on the two-dimensional square-kagome lattice with almost dispersionless lowest magnon band. For a general exchange coupling geometry we elaborate low-energy effective Hamiltonians which emerge at high magnetic fields. The effective model to describe the low-energy degrees of freedom of the initial frustrated quantum spin model is the (unfrustrated) square-lattice spin-1/2 XXZ model in a z-aligned magnetic field. For the effective model we perform quantum Monte Carlo simulations to discuss the low-temperature properties of the square-kagome quantum Heisenberg antiferromagnet at high magnetic fields. We pay special attention to a magnetic-field driven Berezinskii-Kosterlitz-Thouless phase transition which occurs at low temperatures
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N Rahimipour
2015-07-01
Full Text Available The classical J1-J2 Heisenberg model on bipartite lattice exhibits "Neel" order. However if the AF interactions between the next nearest neighbor(nnn are increased with respect to the nearest neighbor(nn, the frustration effect arises. In such situations, new phases such as ordered phases with coplanar or spiral ordering and disordered phases such as spin liquids can arise. In this paper we use the self-consistent Gaussian approximation to study the J1-J2 Heisenberg model in honeycomb and diamond lattices. We find the spin liquid phases such as ring-liquid and pancake-liquid in honeycomb lattice.Also for diamond lattice we show that the degeneracy of ground state can be lifted by thermal fluctuations through the order by disorder mechanism.
Symmetric and nematic Z2 quantum spin liquids: applications to the J1-J2 Heisenberg model
Jiang, Yifan; Yang, Fan; Yao, Hong
2013-03-01
We classify symmetric and nematic Z2 quantum spin liquid states on the square lattice by analyzing bosonic PSG. We then compute the energies of various symmetric and nematic Z2 spin liquid states for the J1-J2 square Heisenberg model by doing variational Monte Carlo simulations. The connections of our variational Monte Carlo studies with the recent DMRG results on the same model will also be discussed.
Albrecht, Marc; Mila, Frederic
1995-01-01
We study the competition between magnetic order and valence bond order in a two dimensional (2D) frustrated Heisenberg model introduced some time ago by Shastry and Sutherland ({\\sc B. Sriram Shastry} and {\\sc Bill Sutherland}, {\\em Physica} 108{\\bf B},1069 (1981) ) for which a configuration of dimers is known to be the ground state in a certain range of parameters. Using exact diagonalisation of small clusters, linear spin wave theory and Schwinger boson mean field theory, we show that the t...
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General polynomial case of Heisenberg model for spin-1 of two- and three-particle clusters is considered on matter of quantum entanglement and its evolution under quantum phase transitions induced by changes of external parameters. Influence of anisotropy parameter on the phase structure and quantum entanglement is studied. The thermal evolution of quantum entanglement is also investigated. Some similarities of ground state structures and phase diagrams of quantum entanglement in different planes of external parameters are considered
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COHN William S.; LU Guo Zhen
2002-01-01
We derive the explicit fundamental solutions for a class of degenerate (or singular) oneparameter subelliptic differential operators on groups of Heisenberg (H) type. This extends the result of Kaplan for the sub-Laplacian on H-type groups, which in turn generalizes Folland's result on the Heisenberg group. As an application, we obtain a one-parameter representation formula for Sobolev functions of compact support on H-type groups. By choosing the parameter equal to the homogeneous dimension Q and using the Moser-Trudinger inequality for the convolutional type operator on stratified groups obtained in [18], we get the following theorem which gives the best constant for the MoserTrudinger inequality for Sobolev functions on H-type groups.Let G be any group of Heisenberg type whose Lie algebra is generated by m left invariant vectorfields and with a q-dimensional center. Let Q = m + 2q, Q′= Q/Q-1 andAQ= [(1/4)q-1/2πq+m/2Γ(Q+m/4)/ QΓ(m/2)Γ(Q/2)] 1/Q-1Then,F∈sup C∞U(Ω) { 1/|Ω|∫Ωexp (AQ(F(u)/‖ GF‖Q)Q′)du}＜∞,with AQ as the sharp constant, where G denotes the subelliptic gradient on G.This continues the research originated in our earlier study of the best constants in Moser-Teudinger inequalities and fundamental solutions for one-parameter subelliptic operators on the Heisenberg group[18].
Thermal stability in exchange-spring chains of spins
Pellicelli, Raffaele; Solzi, Massimo
2016-02-01
Thermal stability and switching behaviour have been compared in pure-hard and soft-hard Heisenberg linear spin chains of the same total length and equal magnetic parameters (except for magnetic anisotropy) with the anisotropy axis and external magnetic field parallel to the chain direction. The zero-temperature energy barriers and finite-temperature transition rates between remanent equilibrium states have been calculated by utilizing the string method and the forward flux sampling (FFS) method, respectively. Depending on the assumed interfaces, the FFS method could in fact fail to correctly sample the characteristic transition paths at interfaces at which these paths have probabilities much lower than those associated with other non-characteristic transition paths. This can especially occur in the case of the asymmetric energy landscapes and multiple asymmetric minimum energy paths (MEPs) of soft-hard systems. Therefore, a proper interface definition is needed in order to deduce the correct transition rates. In particular, we show that the thermal switching of soft-hard chains starting in the soft or in the hard part turns out to occur with an equal rate provided that the interfaces of the FFS method are defined on the basis of the corresponding zero-temperature MEPs. The thermal stability of a soft-hard chain in the remanent equilibrium state could be to some extent lower with respect to that of a pure-hard chain, due to the shorter hard-part length crossed by the domain wall formed in the chain and also to the related slightly smaller energy barrier. However, its switching field at zero temperature is verified to be widely lower than that of the pure-hard chain. Analytical expressions of switching fields and energy barriers have been deduced in various cases.
Thermal stability in exchange-spring chains of spins
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Thermal stability and switching behaviour have been compared in pure-hard and soft–hard Heisenberg linear spin chains of the same total length and equal magnetic parameters (except for magnetic anisotropy) with the anisotropy axis and external magnetic field parallel to the chain direction. The zero-temperature energy barriers and finite-temperature transition rates between remanent equilibrium states have been calculated by utilizing the string method and the forward flux sampling (FFS) method, respectively. Depending on the assumed interfaces, the FFS method could in fact fail to correctly sample the characteristic transition paths at interfaces at which these paths have probabilities much lower than those associated with other non-characteristic transition paths. This can especially occur in the case of the asymmetric energy landscapes and multiple asymmetric minimum energy paths (MEPs) of soft–hard systems. Therefore, a proper interface definition is needed in order to deduce the correct transition rates. In particular, we show that the thermal switching of soft–hard chains starting in the soft or in the hard part turns out to occur with an equal rate provided that the interfaces of the FFS method are defined on the basis of the corresponding zero-temperature MEPs. The thermal stability of a soft–hard chain in the remanent equilibrium state could be to some extent lower with respect to that of a pure-hard chain, due to the shorter hard-part length crossed by the domain wall formed in the chain and also to the related slightly smaller energy barrier. However, its switching field at zero temperature is verified to be widely lower than that of the pure-hard chain. Analytical expressions of switching fields and energy barriers have been deduced in various cases. (paper)
Solution to the sign problem in a frustrated quantum impurity model
Hann, Connor T; Chandrasekharan, Shailesh
2016-01-01
In this work we solve the sign problem of a frustrated quantum impurity model consisting of three quantum spin-half chains interacting through an anti-ferromagnetic Heisenberg interaction at one end. We first map the model into a repulsive Hubbard model of spin-half fermions hopping on three independent one dimensional chains that interact through a triangular hopping at one end. We then convert the fermion model into an inhomogeneous one dimensional model and express the partition function as a weighted sum over fermion worldline configurations. By imposing a pairing of fermion worldlines in half the space we show that all negative weight configurations can be eliminated. This pairing naturally leads to the original frustrated quantum spin model at half filling and thus solves its sign problem.
Health supply chain management.
Zimmerman, Rolf; Gallagher, Pat
2010-01-01
This chapter gives an educational overview of: * The actual application of supply chain practice and disciplines required for service delivery improvement within the current health environment. * A rationale for the application of Supply Chain Management (SCM) approaches to the Health sector. * The tools and methods available for supply chain analysis and benchmarking. * Key supply chain success factors. PMID:20407173
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2015-01-01
The present invention relates to a silicone chain extender, more particularly a chain extender for silicone polymers and copolymers, to a chain extended silicone polymer or copolymer and to a functionalized chain extended silicone polymer or copolymer, to a method for the preparation thereof and...
The Heisenberg Uncertainty Principle and the Nyquist-Shannon Sampling Theorem
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Millette P. A.
2013-07-01
Full Text Available The derivation of the Heisenberg Uncertainty Principle (HUP from the Uncertainty Theorem of Fourier Transform theory demonstrates that the HUP arises from the dependency of momentum on a wave number that exists at the quantum level. It also establishes that the HUP is purely a relationship between the eﬀective widths of Fourier transform pairs of variables (i.e. conjugate variables. We note that the HUP is not a quantum mechanical measurement principle per se. We introduce the Quantum Mechanical equivalent of the Nyquist-Shannon Sampling Theorem of Fourier Transform theory, and show that it is a better principle to describe the measurement limitations of Quantum Mechanics. We show that Brillouin zones in Solid State Physics are a manifestation of the Nyquist-Shannon Sampling Theorem at the quantum level. By comparison with other ﬁelds where Fourier Transform theory is used, we propose that we need todiscern between measurement limitations and inherent limitations when interpreting the impact of the HUP on the nature of the quantum level. We further propose that while measurement limitations result in our perception of indeterminism at the quantum level, there is no evidence that there are any inherent limitations at the quantum level, based on the Nyquist-Shannon Sampling Theorem
An analogue of the Heisenberg uncertainty relation in prequantum classical field theory
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Prequantum classical statistical field theory (PCSFT) is a model that provides the possibility of representing averages of quantum observables, including correlations of observables on subsystems of a composite system, as averages with respect to fluctuations of classical random fields. PCSFT is a classical model of wave type. For example, 'electron' is described by electronic field. In contrast to quantum mechanics (QM), this field is a real physical field and not a field of probabilities. An important point is that the prequantum field of , for example, an electron contains the irreducible contribution of the background field vacuum fluctuations. In principle, the traditional QM-formalism can be considered as a special regularization procedure: subtraction of averages with respect to vacuum fluctuations. In this paper, we derive a classical analogue of the Heisenberg-Robertson inequality for dispersions of functionals of classical (prequantum) fields. The PCSFT Robertson-like inequality provides a restriction on the product of classical dispersions. However, this restriction is not so rigid as in QM.
Heat Conductivity of the Heisenberg Spin-1 /2 Ladder: From Weak to Strong Breaking of Integrability
Steinigeweg, Robin; Herbrych, Jacek; Zotos, Xenophon; Brenig, Wolfram
2016-01-01
We investigate the heat conductivity κ of the Heisenberg spin-1 /2 ladder at finite temperature covering the entire range of interchain coupling J⊥, by using several numerical methods and perturbation theory within the framework of linear response. We unveil that a perturbative prediction κ ∝J⊥-2 , based on simple golden-rule arguments and valid in the strict limit J⊥→0 , applies to a remarkably wide range of J⊥, qualitatively and quantitatively. In the large J⊥ limit, we show power-law scaling of opposite nature, namely, κ ∝J⊥2. Moreover, we demonstrate the weak and strong coupling regimes to be connected by a broad minimum, slightly below the isotropic point at J⊥=J∥. Reducing temperature T , starting from T =∞ , this minimum scales as κ ∝T-2 down to T on the order of the exchange coupling constant. These results provide for a comprehensive picture of κ (J⊥,T ) of spin ladders.
Atanasov, Victor; Saxena, Avadh
2011-05-01
Adopting a purely two-dimensional relativistic equation for graphene's carriers contradicts the Heisenberg uncertainty principle since it requires setting the off-the-surface coordinate of a three-dimensional wavefunction to zero. Here we present a theoretical framework for describing graphene's massless relativistic carriers in accordance with this most fundamental of all quantum principles. A gradual confining procedure is used to restrict the dynamics onto a surface and normal to the surface parts, and in the process the embedding of this surface into the three-dimensional world is accounted for. As a result an invariant geometric potential arises in the surface part which scales linearly with the mean curvature and shifts the Fermi energy of the material proportional to bending. Strain induced modification of the electronic properties or 'straintronics' is clearly an important field of study in graphene. This opens an avenue to producing electronic devices: micro- and nano-electromechanical systems (MEMS and NEMS), where the electronic properties are controlled by geometric means and no additional alteration of graphene is necessary. The appearance of this geometric potential also provides us with clues as to how quantum dynamics looks in the curved space-time of general relativity. In this context we explore a two-dimensional cross-section of the wormhole geometry, realized with graphene as a solid state thought experiment. PMID:21474883
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Atanasov, Victor [Department of Condensed Matter Physics, Sofia University, 5 Boulevard J Boucher, 1164 Sofia (Bulgaria); Saxena, Avadh, E-mail: vatanaso@gmail.com, E-mail: avadh@lanl.gov [Theoretical Division and Center for Nonlinear Studies, Los Alamos National Laboratory, Los Alamos, NM 87545 (United States)
2011-05-04
Adopting a purely two-dimensional relativistic equation for graphene's carriers contradicts the Heisenberg uncertainty principle since it requires setting the off-the-surface coordinate of a three-dimensional wavefunction to zero. Here we present a theoretical framework for describing graphene's massless relativistic carriers in accordance with this most fundamental of all quantum principles. A gradual confining procedure is used to restrict the dynamics onto a surface and normal to the surface parts, and in the process the embedding of this surface into the three-dimensional world is accounted for. As a result an invariant geometric potential arises in the surface part which scales linearly with the mean curvature and shifts the Fermi energy of the material proportional to bending. Strain induced modification of the electronic properties or 'straintronics' is clearly an important field of study in graphene. This opens an avenue to producing electronic devices: micro- and nano-electromechanical systems (MEMS and NEMS), where the electronic properties are controlled by geometric means and no additional alteration of graphene is necessary. The appearance of this geometric potential also provides us with clues as to how quantum dynamics looks in the curved space-time of general relativity. In this context we explore a two-dimensional cross-section of the wormhole geometry, realized with graphene as a solid state thought experiment.
Heisenberg antiferromagnet on Cayley trees: Low-energy spectrum and even/odd site imbalance
Changlani, Hitesh J.; Ghosh, Shivam; Henley, Christopher L.; Läuchli, Andreas M.
2013-02-01
To understand the role of local sublattice imbalance in low-energy spectra of s=(1)/(2) quantum antiferromagnets, we study the s=(1)/(2) quantum nearest neighbor Heisenberg antiferromagnet on the coordination 3 Cayley tree. We perform many-body calculations using an implementation of the density matrix renormalization group (DMRG) technique for generic tree graphs. We discover that the bond-centered Cayley tree has a quasidegenerate set of a low-lying tower of states and an “anomalous” singlet-triplet finite-size gap scaling. For understanding the construction of the first excited state from the many-body ground state, we consider a wave function ansatz given by the single-mode approximation, which yields a high overlap with the DMRG wave function. Observing the ground-state entanglement spectrum leads us to a picture of the low-energy degrees of freedom being “giant spins” arising out of sublattice imbalance, which helps us analytically understand the scaling of the finite-size spin gap. The Schwinger-boson mean-field theory has been generalized to nonuniform lattices, and ground states have been found which are spatially inhomogeneous in the mean-field parameters.
Ground-state and low-lying excitations of the Heisenberg antiferromagnet
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Monte Carlo methods are used to determine the exact ground-state energy of the spin-1/2 Heisenberg antiferromagnet on two-dimensional square periodic lattices up to size 32 x 32. The extrapolated ground-state energy for infinite lattice size is -0.33459+-0.000 05. In addition, splittings between the ground state and the lowest spin-1 and -2 excitations are determined as a function of lattice size. The scaling of both the ground-state energy and the gap are in agreement with that predicted by spin-wave theory over a wide range of lattice sizes. In particular, numerical results demonstrate convincingly the lack of a gap for infinite systems, and that the gap for finite systems scales with the inverse volume of the lattice. Finally, we present results for the ground-state spin-correlation function. Our approximate results for larger lattices indicate that the staggered magnetization is 0.34+-0.01 units where the saturated value is
Cat-States in the Framework of Wigner-Heisenberg Algebra
Dehghani, A; Shirin, S; Saedi, M
2016-01-01
A one-parameter generalized Wigner-Heisenberg algebra( WHA) is reviewed in detail. It is shown that WHA verifies the deformed commutation rule $[\\hat{x}, \\hat{p}_{\\lambda}] = i(1 + 2\\lambda \\hat{R})$ and also highlights the dynamical symmetries of the pseudo-harmonic oscillator( PHO). \\textbf{The present article is devoted to the study of new cat-states} built from $\\lambda$-deformed Schr\\"{o}dinger coherent states, which according to the Barut-Girardello scheme are defined as the eigenstates of the generalized annihilation operator. Particular attention is devoted to the limiting case where the Schr\\"{o}dinger cat states are obtained. Nonclassical features and quantum statistical properties of these states are studied by evaluation of Mandel's parameter and quadrature squeezing with respect to the $\\lambda-$deformed canonical pairs $( \\hat{x}, \\hat{p}_{\\lambda})$. It is shown that these states minimize the uncertainty relations of each pair of the $su(1,1)$ components.
A special entangled quantum heat engine based on the two-qubit Heisenberg XX model
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We construct a special four-level entangled quantum Otto heat engine based on the two-qubit Heisenberg XX model, in which we assume that all the energy gaps are changed in the same ratio in the two quantum adiabatic processes. Hence during the whole cycle, the relative coupling constant κ = J/B is fixed, where J and B are the coupling constant and the external magnetic field, respectively. The dependence of the basic thermodynamical quantities on the two entanglements at the end of two quantum isochoric processes with different relative coupling constants κ is studied. Our results show that in the weak coupling region, i.e. κ < 1, the heat engine can be operated in both areas where c1 < c2 and c1 > c2, whereas when κ ⩾ 1, it only operates under the condition c1 < c2. Here c1 and c2 are entanglements of the working substance when it comes into contact with hot and cold baths, respectively. Moreover, we find that the maximal work output for fixed κ increases with the relative coupling constant. (paper)
Magnon energy renormalization and low-temperature thermodynamics of O(3) Heisenberg ferromagnets
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Radošević, Slobodan M., E-mail: slobodan@df.uns.ac.rs; Pantić, Milan R.; Pavkov-Hrvojević, Milica V.; Kapor, Darko V.
2013-12-15
We present the perturbation theory for lattice magnon fields of the D-dimensional O(3) Heisenberg ferromagnet. The effective Hamiltonian for the lattice magnon fields is obtained starting from the effective Lagrangian, with two dominant contributions that describe magnon–magnon interactions identified as a usual gradient term for the unit vector field and a part originating in the Wess–Zumino–Witten term of the effective Lagrangian. Feynman diagrams for lattice scalar fields with derivative couplings are introduced, on the basis of which we investigate the influence of magnon–magnon interactions on magnon self-energy and ferromagnet free energy. We also comment appearance of spurious terms in low-temperature series for the free energy by examining magnon–magnon interactions and internal symmetry of the effective Hamiltonian (Lagrangian). -- Highlights: •Lattice magnon Hamiltonian constructed from the effective Lagrangian. •New Feynman diagrams with colored propagators and vertices for lattice scalar fields. •Influence of magnon–magnon interactions from the WZW term on magnon energies and free energy of O(3) HFM.
Magnon energy renormalization and low-temperature thermodynamics of O(3) Heisenberg ferromagnets
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We present the perturbation theory for lattice magnon fields of the D-dimensional O(3) Heisenberg ferromagnet. The effective Hamiltonian for the lattice magnon fields is obtained starting from the effective Lagrangian, with two dominant contributions that describe magnon–magnon interactions identified as a usual gradient term for the unit vector field and a part originating in the Wess–Zumino–Witten term of the effective Lagrangian. Feynman diagrams for lattice scalar fields with derivative couplings are introduced, on the basis of which we investigate the influence of magnon–magnon interactions on magnon self-energy and ferromagnet free energy. We also comment appearance of spurious terms in low-temperature series for the free energy by examining magnon–magnon interactions and internal symmetry of the effective Hamiltonian (Lagrangian). -- Highlights: •Lattice magnon Hamiltonian constructed from the effective Lagrangian. •New Feynman diagrams with colored propagators and vertices for lattice scalar fields. •Influence of magnon–magnon interactions from the WZW term on magnon energies and free energy of O(3) HFM
Dzhunushaliev, Vladimir
2016-01-01
The nonperturbative quantization technique \\`{a} la Heisenberg is applied for non-Abelian gauge theories. The operator Yang-Mills equation is written, which on the corresponding averaging gives an infinite set of equations for all Green functions. We split all degrees of freedom into two groups: in the former, we have $A^a_\\mu \\in \\mathcal G \\subset SU(N)$, and in the second group we have coset degrees of freedom $SU(N) / \\mathcal G$. Using such splitting and some assumptions about 2- and 4-point Green functions, we truncate the infinite set of equations to two equations. The first equation is for the gauge fields from the subgroup $\\mathcal G$, and the second equation is for a gluon condensate which is the dispersion of quantum fluctuations of the coset fields. As an example, we obtain a flux tube solution describing longitudinal color electric fields stretched between quark and antiquark located at the $\\pm$ infinities. This solution represents the dual Meissner effect: the electric field is pushed out from...
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We highlight a simple strategy for computing the magnetic coupling constants, J, for a complex containing two multiradical centers. On the assumption that the system follows Heisenberg Hamiltonian physics, J is obtained from a spin-flip electronic structure calculation where only a single electron is excited (and spin-flipped), from the single reference with maximum S^z, M, to the M − 1 manifold, regardless of the number of unpaired electrons, 2M, on the radical centers. In an active space picture involving 2M orbitals, only one β electron is required, together with only one α hole. While this observation is extremely simple, the reduction in the number of essential configurations from exponential in M to only linear provides dramatic computational benefits. This (M, M − 1) strategy for evaluating J is an unambiguous, spin-pure, wave function theory counterpart of the various projected broken symmetry density functional theory schemes, and likewise gives explicit energies for each possible spin-state that enable evaluation of properties. The approach is illustrated on five complexes with varying numbers of unpaired electrons, for which one spin-flip calculations are used to compute J. Some implications for further development of spin-flip methods are discussed
Monte Carlo studies of chiral and spin ordering of the three-dimensional Heisenberg spin glass
Viet, Dao Xuan; Kawamura, Hikaru
2009-08-01
The nature of the ordering of the three-dimensional isotropic Heisenberg spin glass with nearest-neighbor random Gaussian coupling is studied by extensive Monte Carlo simulations. Several independent physical quantities are measured both for the spin and for the chirality, including the correlation-length ratio, the Binder ratio, the glass order parameter, the overlap distribution function, and the nonself-averageness parameter. By controlling the effect of the correction-to-scaling, we have obtained a numerical evidence for the occurrence of successive chiral-glass and spin-glass transitions at nonzero temperatures, TCG>TSG>0 . Hence, the spin and the chirality are decoupled in the ordering of the model. The chiral-glass exponents are estimated to be νCG=1.4±0.2 and ηCG=0.6±0.2 , indicating that the chiral-glass transition lies in a universality class different from that of the Ising spin glass. The possibility that the spin and chiral sectors undergo a simultaneous Kosterlitz-Thouless-type transition is ruled out. The chiral-glass state turns out to be nonself-averaging, possibly accompanying a one-step-like peculiar replica-symmetry breaking. Implications to the chirality scenario of experimental spin-glass transitions are discussed.
Dynamics of two center spins in a Quantum Heisenberg XY system
Jing, J; Jing, Jun; L\\"u, Zhi-Guo
2006-01-01
The dynamics of two coupled spins of 1/2 coupled to spin-bath of a quantum Heisenberg XY type \\cite{Breuer, Yuan} is studied. The center pair of spins served as an quantum open subsystem were initially prepared in a Bell state or a product state and the bath consisted of $N$ ($N\\to\\infty$ as the thermodynamic limit) spins-1/2 is in a thermal state at different temperatures from the beginning. Transformed by the Holstein-Primakoff operator, the model will be treated effectively as two spin qubits embedded in a single mode cavity. Then the von-Neumann entropy, z-component summation and the concurrence of the center spins can be determined by a novel polynomial scheme for the time-evolution of quantum systems. It is found that (i) with increasing temperature, the bath plays a more strong destroy effect on the coherence or entanglement of the subsystem; (ii) the larger the coupling strength between the subsystem spins, the less the variation of the initial state; (iii) the stronger the interaction between the sub...
Experimentally determining the exchange parameters of quasi-two-dimensional Heisenberg magnets
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Goddard, P A; Lancaster, T; Blundell, S J [Clarendon Laboratory, Department of Physics, University of Oxford, Parks Road, Oxford OX1 3PU (United Kingdom); Singleton, J; Sengupta, P; McDonald, R D; Cox, S; Harrison, N [National High Magnetic Field Laboratory, Los Alamos National Laboratory, MS-E536, Los Alamos, NM 87545 (United States); Pratt, F L [ISIS Facility, Rutherford Appleton Laboratory, Chilton, Oxfordshire, OX11 0QX (United Kingdom); Manson, J L; Southerland, H I [Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, Eastern Washington University, Cheney, WA 99004 (United States); Schlueter, J A [Materials Science Division, Argonne National Laboratory, Argonne, IL 60439 (United States)], E-mail: p.goddard1@physics.ox.ac.uk
2008-08-15
Though long-range magnetic order cannot occur at temperatures T>0 in a perfect two-dimensional (2D) Heisenberg magnet, real quasi-2D materials will invariably possess nonzero inter-plane coupling J{sub p}erpendicular driving the system to order at elevated temperatures. This process can be studied using quantum Monte Carlo calculations. However, it is difficult to test the results of these calculations experimentally since for highly anisotropic materials in which the in-plane coupling is comparable with attainable magnetic fields J{sub p}erpendicular is necessarily very small and inaccessible directly. In addition, because of the large anisotropy, the Neel temperatures are low and difficult to determine from thermodynamic measurements. Here, we present an elegant method of assessing the calculations via two independent experimental probes: pulsed-field magnetization in fields of up to 85 T, and muon-spin rotation. We successfully demonstrate the application of this method for nine metal-organic Cu-based quasi-2D magnets with pyrazine (pyz) bridges. Our results suggest the superexchange efficiency of the [Cu(HF{sub 2})(pyz){sub 2}]X family of compounds (where X can be ClO{sub 4}, BF{sub 4}, PF{sub 6}, SbF{sub 6} and AsF{sub 6}) might be controlled by the tilting of the pyz molecule with respect to the 2D planes.
Experimentally determining the exchange parameters of quasi-two-dimensional Heisenberg magnets
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Though long-range magnetic order cannot occur at temperatures T>0 in a perfect two-dimensional (2D) Heisenberg magnet, real quasi-2D materials will invariably possess nonzero inter-plane coupling Jperpendicular driving the system to order at elevated temperatures. This process can be studied using quantum Monte Carlo calculations. However, it is difficult to test the results of these calculations experimentally since for highly anisotropic materials in which the in-plane coupling is comparable with attainable magnetic fields Jperpendicular is necessarily very small and inaccessible directly. In addition, because of the large anisotropy, the Neel temperatures are low and difficult to determine from thermodynamic measurements. Here, we present an elegant method of assessing the calculations via two independent experimental probes: pulsed-field magnetization in fields of up to 85 T, and muon-spin rotation. We successfully demonstrate the application of this method for nine metal-organic Cu-based quasi-2D magnets with pyrazine (pyz) bridges. Our results suggest the superexchange efficiency of the [Cu(HF2)(pyz)2]X family of compounds (where X can be ClO4, BF4, PF6, SbF6 and AsF6) might be controlled by the tilting of the pyz molecule with respect to the 2D planes
Monte carlo simulation study of the square lattice S=1/2 quantum heisenberg antiferromagnet
Kim, J K
1999-01-01
For the two dimensional S= 1/2 isotopic quantum Heisenberg antiferromagnet on a square lattice, we report our results of an extensive quantum Monte Carlo simulation for various physical observables such as the correlation length xi, the staggered magnetic susceptibility chi sub S sub T , the structure factor peak value S(Q), the internal energy epsilon, and the uniform susceptibility chi sub u. We find that chi sub S sub T approx chi sup 2 T and S(Q) approx xi sup 2 T sup 2 , in agreement with the predictions of the conventional theory but in disagreement with recent experiments. Our estimate of the spin stiffness constant rho sub s and spin wave velocity c, from the low temperature behavior of the chi sub u is shown to be consistent with the theoretical prediction of the low temperature behavior of the epsilon, and of the xi provided an additional correction up to T sup 2. However, our data are definitely inconsistent with the scenario of the crossover for the xi.
Heisenberg-style bounds for arbitrary estimates of shift parameters including prior information
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A rigorous lower bound is obtained for the average resolution of any estimate of a shift parameter, such as an optical phase shift or a spatial translation. The bound has the asymptotic form kI/〈2|G|〉 where G is the generator of the shift (with an arbitrary discrete or continuous spectrum), and hence establishes a universally applicable bound of the same form as the usual Heisenberg limit. The scaling constant kI depends on prior information about the shift parameter. For example, in phase sensing regimes, where the phase shift is confined to some small interval of length L, the relative resolution δΦ/L has the strict lower bound (2πe3)-1/2/〈2m|G1|〉, where m is the number of probes, each with generator G1, and entangling joint measurements are permitted. Generalizations using other resource measures and including noise are briefly discussed. The results rely on the derivation of general entropic uncertainty relations for continuous observables, which are of interest in their own right. (paper)
Sharp quantitative nonembeddability of the Heisenberg group into superreflexive Banach spaces
Austin, Tim; Tessera, Romain
2010-01-01
Let $\\H$ denote the discrete Heisenberg group, equipped with a word metric $d_W$ associated to some finite symmetric generating set. We show that if $(X,\\|\\cdot\\|)$ is a $p$-convex Banach space then for any Lipschitz function $f:\\H\\to X$ there exist $x,y\\in \\H$ with $d_W(x,y)$ arbitrarily large and \\begin{equation}\\label{eq:comp abs} \\frac{\\|f(x)-f(y)\\|}{d_W(x,y)}\\lesssim \\left(\\frac{\\log\\log d_W(x,y)}{\\log d_W(x,y)}\\right)^{1/p}. \\end{equation} We also show that any embedding into $X$ of a ball of radius $R\\ge 4$ in $\\H$ incurs bi-Lipschitz distortion that grows at least as a constant multiple of \\begin{equation}\\label{eq:dist abs} \\left(\\frac{\\log R}{\\log\\log R}\\right)^{1/p}. \\end{equation} Both~\\eqref{eq:comp abs} and~\\eqref{eq:dist abs} are sharp up to the iterated logarithm terms. When $X$ is Hilbert space we obtain a representation-theoretic proof yielding bounds corresponding to~\\eqref{eq:comp abs} and~\\eqref{eq:dist abs} which are sharp up to a universal constant.
Spin wave dynamics in Heisenberg ferromagnetic/antiferromagnetic single-walled nanotubes
Mi, Bin-Zhou
2016-09-01
The spin wave dynamics, including the magnetization, spin wave dispersion relation, and energy level splitting, of Heisenberg ferromagnetic/antiferromagnetic single-walled nanotubes are systematically calculated by use of the double-time Green's function method within the random phase approximation. The role of temperature, diameter of the tube, and wave vector on spin wave energy spectrum and energy level splitting are carefully analyzed. There are two categories of spin wave modes, which are quantized and degenerate, and the total number of independent magnon branches is dependent on diameter of the tube, caused by the physical symmetry of nanotubes. Moreover, the number of flat spin wave modes increases with diameter of the tube rising. The spin wave energy and the energy level splitting decrease with temperature rising, and become zero as temperature reaches the critical point. At any temperature, the energy level splitting varies with wave vector, and for a larger wave vector it is smaller. When pb=π, the boundary of first Brillouin zone, spin wave energies are degenerate, and the energy level splittings are zero.
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Neto, Minos A., E-mail: minos@pq.cnpq.br [Departamento de Fisica, Universidade Federal do Amazonas, 3000, Japiim, Manaus, 69077-000 AM (Brazil); Roberto Viana, J., E-mail: vianafisica@bol.com.br [Departamento de Fisica, Universidade Federal do Amazonas, 3000, Japiim, Manaus, 69077-000 AM (Brazil); Ricardo de Sousa, J., E-mail: jsousa@edu.ufam.br [Departamento de Fisica, Universidade Federal do Amazonas, 3000, Japiim, Manaus, 69077-000 AM (Brazil); National Institute of Science and Technology for Complex Systems, 3000, Japiim, Manaus, 69077-000 AM (Brazil)
2012-08-15
In this work we study the critical behavior of the quantum spin-1/2 anisotropic Heisenberg antiferromagnet in the presence of a longitudinal field on a body centered cubic (bcc) lattice as a function of temperature, anisotropy parameter ({Delta}) and magnetic field (H), where {Delta}=0 and 1 correspond the isotropic Heisenberg and Ising models, respectively. We use the framework of the differential operator technique in the effective-field theory with finite cluster of N=4 spins (EFT-4). The staggered m{sub s}=(m{sub A}-m{sub B})/2 and total m=(m{sub A}+m{sub B})/2 magnetizations are numerically calculated, where in the limit of m{sub s}{yields}0 the critical line T{sub N}(H,{Delta}) is obtained. The phase diagram in the T-H plane is discussed as a function of the parameter {Delta} for all values of H Element-Of [0,H{sub c}({Delta})], where H{sub c}({Delta}) correspond the critical field (T{sub N}=0). Special focus is given in the low temperature region, where a reentrant behavior is observed around of H=H{sub c}({Delta}){>=}H{sub c}({Delta}=1)=8J in the Ising limit, results in accordance with Monte Carlo simulation, and also was observed for all values of {Delta} Element-Of [0,1]. This reentrant behavior increases with increase of the anisotropy parameter {Delta}. In the limit of low field, our results for the Heisenberg limit are compared with series expansion values. - Highlights: Black-Right-Pointing-Pointer In the lat decade there has been a great interest in the physics of the quantum phase transition in spins system. Black-Right-Pointing-Pointer Effective-field theory in cluster with N=4 spins is generalized to treat the quantum spin-1/2 Heisenberg model. Black-Right-Pointing-Pointer We have obtained phase diagram at finite temperature for the quantum spin-1/2 antiferromagnet Heisenberg model as a bcc lattice.
Magnetic properties of manganese based one-dimensional spin chains.
Asha, K S; Ranjith, K M; Yogi, Arvind; Nath, R; Mandal, Sukhendu
2015-12-14
We have correlated the structure-property relationship of three manganese-based inorganic-organic hybrid structures. Compound 1, [Mn2(OH-BDC)2(DMF)3] (where BDC = 1,4-benzene dicarboxylic acid and DMF = N,N'-dimethylformamide), contains Mn2O11 dimers as secondary building units (SBUs), which are connected by carboxylate anions forming Mn-O-C-O-Mn chains. Compound 2, [Mn2(BDC)2(DMF)2], contains Mn4O20 clusters as SBUs, which also form Mn-O-C-O-Mn chains. In compound 3, [Mn3(BDC)3(DEF)2] (where DEF = N,N'-diethylformamide), the distorted MnO6 octahedra are linked to form a one-dimensional chain with Mn-O-Mn connectivity. The magnetic properties were investigated by means of magnetization and heat capacity measurements. The temperature dependent magnetic susceptibility of all the three compounds could be nicely fitted using a one-dimensional S = 5/2 Heisenberg antiferromagnetic chain model and the value of intra-chain exchange coupling (J/k(B)) between Mn(2+) ions was estimated to be ∼1.1 K, ∼0.7 K, and ∼0.46 K for compounds 1, 2, and 3, respectively. Compound 1 does not undergo any magnetic long-range-order down to 2 K while compounds 2 and 3 undergo long-range magnetic order at T(N) ≈ 4.2 K and ≈4.3 K, respectively, which are of spin-glass type. From the values of J/k(B) and T(N) the inter-chain coupling (J(⊥)/k(B)) was calculated to be about 0.1J/k(B) for both compounds 2 and 3, respectively. PMID:26455515
Correlation functions of the spin chains. Algebraic Bethe Ansatz approach
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Spin chains are the basic elements of integrable quantum models. These models have direct applications in condense matter theory, in statistical physics, in quantum optics, in field theory and even in string theory but they are also important because they enable us to solve, in an exact manner, non-perturbative phenomena that otherwise would stay unresolved. The method described in this work is based on the algebraic Bethe Ansatz. It is shown how this method can be used for the computation of null temperature correlation functions of the Heisenberg 1/2 spin chain. The important point of this approach is the solution of the inverse quantum problem given by the XXZ spin chain. This solution as well as a simple formulae for the scalar product of the Bethe states, have enabled us to get the most basic correlation functions under the form of multiple integrals. The formalism of multiple integrals open the way for asymptotic analysis for a few physical quantities like the probability of vacuum formation. It is worth noticing that this formalism can give exact results for two-point functions that are the most important correlation functions for applications. A relationship has been discovered between these multiple integrals and the sum of the form factors. The results have been extended to dynamical correlation functions. (A.C.)
Non-local ground-state functional for quantum spin chains with translational broken symmetry
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Libero, Valter L.; Penteado, Poliana H.; Veiga, Rodrigo S. [Universidade de Sao Paulo (IFSC/USP), Sao Carlos, SP (Brazil). Inst. de Fisica
2011-07-01
Full text. Thanks to the development and use of new materials with special doping, it becomes relevant the study of Heisenberg spin-chains with broken translational symmetry, induced for instance by finite-size effects, bond defects or by impurity spin in the chain. The exact numerical results demands huge computational efforts, due to the size of the Hilbert space involved and the lack of symmetry to exploit. Density Functional Theory (DFT) has been considered a simple alternative to obtain ground-state properties for such systems. Usually, DFT starts with a uniform system to build the correlation energy and after implement a local approximation to construct local functionals. Based on our prove of the Hohenberg-Kohn theorem for Heisenberg models, and in order to describe more realistic models, we have recently developed a non-local exchange functional for the ground-state energy of quantum-spin chains. A alternating-bond chain is used to obtain the correlation energy and a local unit-cell approximation - LUCA, is defined in the context of DFT. The alternating chain is a good starting point to construct functionals since it is intrinsically non-homogeneous, therefore instead of the usual local approximation (like LDA for electronic systems) we need to introduce an approximation based upon a unit cell concept, that renders a non-local functional in the bond exchange interaction. The agreement with exact numerical data (obtained only for small chains, although the functional can be applied for chains with arbitrary size) is significantly better than in our previous local formulation, even for chains with several ferromagnetic or antiferromagnetic bond defects. These results encourage us to extend the concept of LUCA for chains with alternating-spin magnitudes. We also have constructed a non-local functional based on an alternating-spin chain, instead of a local alternating-bond, using spin-wave-theory. Because of its non-local nature, this functional is expected to
Theory of two-dimensional quantum Heisenberg antiferromagnets with a nearly critical ground state
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We present the general theory of clean, two-dimensional, quantum Heisenberg antiferromagnets which are close to the zero-temperature quantum transition between ground states with and without long-range Neel order. While some of our discussion is more general, the bulk of our theory will be restricted to antiferromagnets in which the Neel order is described by a three-vector order parameter. For Neel-ordered states, ''nearly critical'' means that the ground-state spin stiffness, ρs, satisfies ρs much-lt J, where J is the nearest-neighbor exchange constant, while ''nearly critical'' quantum-disordered ground states have an energy gap, Δ, towards excitations with spin 1, which satisfies Δ much-lt J. The allowed temperatures, T, are also smaller than J, but no restrictions are placed on the values of kBT/ρs or kBT/Δ. Under these circumstances, we show that the wave vector and/or frequency-dependent uniform and staggered spin susceptibilities, and the specific heat, are completely universal functions of just three thermodynamic parameters. On the ordered side, these three parameters are ρs, the T=0 spin-wave velocity c, and the ground-state staggered moment N0; previous works have noted the universal dependence of the susceptibilities on these three parameters only in the more restricted regime of kBT much-lt ρs. On the disordered side the three thermodynamic parameters are Δ, c, and the spin-1 quasiparticle residue scrA. Explicit results for the universal scaling functions are obtained by a 1/N expansion on the O(N) quantum nonlinear σ model, and by Monte Carlo simulations. These calculations lead to a variety of testable predictions
Spin liquid nature in the Heisenberg J1-J2 triangular antiferromagnet
Iqbal, Yasir; Hu, Wen-Jun; Thomale, Ronny; Poilblanc, Didier; Becca, Federico
2016-04-01
We investigate the spin-1/2 Heisenberg model on the triangular lattice in the presence of nearest-neighbor J1 and next-nearest-neighbor J2 antiferromagnetic couplings. Motivated by recent findings from density-matrix renormalization group (DMRG) claiming the existence of a gapped spin liquid with signatures of spontaneously broken lattice point group symmetry [Zhu and White, Phys. Rev. B 92, 041105 (2015), 10.1103/PhysRevB.92.041105 and Hu, Gong, Zhu, and Sheng, Phys. Rev. B 92, 140403 (2015), 10.1103/PhysRevB.92.140403], we employ the variational Monte Carlo (VMC) approach to analyze the model from an alternative perspective that considers both magnetically ordered and paramagnetic trial states. We find a quantum paramagnet in the regime 0.08 ≲J2/J1≲0.16 , framed by 120∘ coplanar (stripe collinear) antiferromagnetic order for smaller (larger) J2/J1 . By considering the optimization of spin-liquid wave functions of a different gauge group and lattice point group content as derived from Abrikosov mean-field theory, we obtain the gapless U(1 ) Dirac spin liquid as the energetically most preferable state in comparison to all symmetric or nematic gapped Z2 spin liquids so far advocated by DMRG. Moreover, by the application of few Lanczos iterations, we find the energy to be the same as the DMRG result within error bars. To further resolve the intriguing disagreement between VMC and DMRG, we complement our methodological approach by the pseudofermion functional renormalization group (PFFRG) to compare the spin structure factors for the paramagnetic regime calculated by VMC, DMRG, and PFFRG. This model promises to be an ideal test bed for future numerical refinements in tracking the long-range correlations in frustrated magnets.
Wang, M.; Marshall, R. A.; Edmonds, K. W.; Rushforth, A. W.; Campion, R. P.; Gallagher, B. L.
2016-05-01
We present detailed studies of critical behavior in the strongly site-disordered dilute ferromagnetic semiconductor (Ga,Mn)As. (Ga,Mn)As has a low saturation magnetization and relatively strong magnetocrystalline anisotropy. This combination of properties inhibits domain formation, thus removing a principal experimental difficulty in determining the critical coefficients β and γ . We find that there are still a large number of problems to overcome in terms of measurement procedures and methods of analysis. In particular, the combined effects of disorder and inhomogeneity limit the accessible critical region. However, we find that accurate and reproducible values of the critical exponents β and γ can be obtained from Kouvel-Fisher plots of remanent magnetization and magnetic susceptibility for our (Ga,Mn)As samples. The values of β and γ obtained are consistent with those of the three-dimensional Heisenberg class, despite the very strong disorder present in this system, and they are inconsistent with mean field behavior. Log-log plots of M (H ) data for our samples are consistent with the three-dimensional Heisenberg value of the critical exponent δ , but accurate values of δ could not be obtained for our samples from these plots. We also find that accurate values of the critical exponent α could not be obtained by fitting to the measured temperature derivative of resistivity for our samples. We find that modified Arrott plots and scaling plots are not a practical way to determine the universality class or critical exponents, though they are found to be in better agreement with three-dimensional Heisenberg values than mean field values. Below the critical temperature range, we find that the magnetization shows power-law behavior down to a reduced temperature of t ˜0.5 , with a critical exponent β ˜0.4 , a value appreciably lower than the mean field value of β =0.5 . At lower temperatures, Bloch 3/2 law behavior is observed due to magnons.
Tine Olsen; Brett Inder
2008-01-01
To explain the value added along the coffee commodity chain we propose and estimate a theoretical model of the coffee commodity chain. The theoretical model consists of four markets and five agents in the coffee commodity chain and predicts that prices in the coffee commodity chain move together but are also influenced by income, technology and production. A vector error correction model is used to test the theoretical predictions. In addition to the theoretical conclusions the empirical mode...
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Sørensen, Olav Jull
The conference paper aims to develop the global value chain concept by including corporate internal value adding activities and competition to the basic framework in order to turn the global value chain into a strategic management tool......The conference paper aims to develop the global value chain concept by including corporate internal value adding activities and competition to the basic framework in order to turn the global value chain into a strategic management tool...
Guo, J. L.; Song, H. S.
2010-01-01
We study the thermal entanglement in the two-qubit Heisenberg XXZ model with the Dzyaloshinskii-Moriya (DM) interaction, and teleport an unknown state using the model in thermal equilibrium state as a quantum channel. The effects of DM interaction, including Dx and Dz interaction, the anisotropy and temperature on the entanglement and fully entangled fraction are considered. What deserves mentioning here is that for the antiferromagnetic case, the Dx interaction can be more helpful for increasing the entanglement and critical temperature than Dz, but this cannot for teleportation.
Magnetic correlations beyond the Heisenberg model in an Fe monolayer on Rh(0 0 1)
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Motivated by a recent experimental observation of a complex magnetic structure (Takada et al 2013 J. Magn. Magn. Mater. 329 95) we present a theoretical study of the magnetic structure of an Fe monolayer deposited on Rh(0 0 1). We use a classical spin Hamiltonian with parameters obtained from ab initio calculations and go beyond the usual anisotropic Heisenberg model by including isotropic biquadratic interactions. Zero-temperature Landau–Lifshitz–Gilbert spin dynamics simulations lead to a complex collinear spin configuration that, however, contradicts experimental findings. We thus conclude that higher order multi-spin interactions are likely needed to account for the magnetic ordering of the system. (paper)
Fernandez, Marisa; Ugarte, Luis; Vassilev, Dimiter
2014-01-01
New smooth solutions of the Strominger system with non vanishing flux, non-trivial instanton and non-constant dilaton based on the quaternionic Heisenberg group are constructed. We show that through appropriate contractions the solutions found in the $G_2$-heterotic case converge to the heterotic solutions on 6-dimensional inner non-K\\"ahler spaces previously found by the authors and, moreover, to new heterotic solutions with non-constant dilaton in dimension 5. All solutions satisfy the heterotic equations of motion up to the first order of $\\alpha^{\\prime}$.