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I want to do time evolution using iTEBD ( infinite system similation),
starting from some other state than just simple product state like
Neel state. For example, I want to study the time evolution singlet state.
Is there any simple way to implement that in iTEBD code?

(finite size dmrg, I know how to do this. . Documentation for
finite size dmrg very nice and very easy to underatand)

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Hi, so this isn't provided inside of the ITensor library, but there is a user-contributed iTEBD code based on ITensor.

For a link to it, please see this page:


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