Hybrid stochastic method for the tensor renormalization group
May 16, 2022
We propose a hybrid stochastic method for the tensor renormalization group (TRG) approach.
TRG is known as a powerful tool to study the many-body systems and quantum field theory on the lattice.
It is based on a low-rank approximation of the tensor using the truncated singular value decomposition (SVD),
whose computational cost increases as the bond dimension increases,
so that efficient cost reduction techniques are highly demanded.
We use noise vectors for the low-rank approximation with the truncated SVD,
by which the truncation error is replaced with a statistical error due to noise,
and an error estimation could be improved.
We test this method in the classical Ising model and observe a better accuracy than TRG.
We also discuss a cross contamination issue in a multiple use of the same noise vectors,
and to remove this systematic error we consider position-dependent noise vectors.
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