|Matthew Fishman Flatiron Institute Center for Computational Quantum Physics (CCQ) mfishman__itensor.org|
|E. Miles Stoudenmire Flatiron Institute Center for Computational Quantum Physics (CCQ) mstoudenmire__itensor.org Homepage|
|Steven R. White University of California Irvine srwhite__uci.edu Homepage|
We are grateful for generous support from the Simons Foundation, through the Flatiron Institute, Center for Computational Quantum Physics.
|Contributed an Open-Source Code Based on ITensor|
|Documentation or distribution improvement|
|Major new feature|
(Please email Miles Stoudenmire if the list above needs to be updated.)
Become a Contributor
(Help on forking a repo.)
Make your edits and commit them (using
git commit). It's best to make multiple small commits explaining the changes at each step. If you plan to send us more changes in the future, it's best to create a topic branch and push your changes to that.
We may add comments or edits to your pull request. If it's approved, your contribution will be instantly included in the latest library and we will add your name to this page.
Github Pull Request Policy
We welcome community contributions to ITensor in the form of Github bug reports and pull requests. However, we may not be able to include every pull request if the code is not aligned with the design or standards of ITensor.
If you are thinking of working on a large change or new feature then please contact us first by email. We can discuss what may be involved, and most importantly what requirements the code needs to meet for us to pull it.
If your change is small, or a bug fix then please feel free to just send a pull request. For small or bug fix changes, we are much more likely to pull your changes or discuss small edits with you on Github.