Dynamics of Correlations in Two-Dimensional Quantum Spin Models with Long-Range Interactions: A Phase-Space Monte-Carlo Study
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University of Colorado - Boulder Boulder United States
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Interacting quantum spin models are remarkably useful for describing different types of physical, chemical, and biological systems. Significant understanding of their equilibrium properties has been achieved to date, especially for the case of spin models with short-range couplings. However, progress toward the development of a comparable understanding in long-range interacting models, in particular out-of-equilibrium, remains limited. In a recent work, we proposed a semiclassical numerical method to study spin models, the discrete truncated Wigner approximation DTWA, and demonstrated its capability to correctly capture the dynamics of one- and two-point correlations in one-dimensional 1D systems.
- Quantum Theory and Relativity