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Here is some code that is essentially what I am doing. H is an XYZ model with different couplings in all directions. psi is the ground state of the Heisenberg model. N(L) = 4. NumCenter = 1 for the LocalMPO as well.

/* psi is ground state with QNs removed, 
   MaxDim=10. */
sites = SpinHalf(N);
auto ampo = AutoMPO(sites);
for(auto j : range1(N-1))
{
    ampo += 0.5,"S+",j,"S-",j+1;
    ampo += -0.5,"S-",j,"S+",j+1;
    ampo += 0.317,"Sz",j,"Sz",j+1;
}
auto H = removeQNs(toMPO(ampo));
psi.position(1);
LocalMPO PH(H,*args);
PH.numCenter(1);
PH.position(1,psi);
auto R = PH.R();
auto Heff = PH.H()(1)*R;
ITensor d;
ITensor U;
diagHermitian(Heff,U,d);
auto res = U*d*prime(U);
PrintData(Heff);
PrintData(res);
auto dif = res - Heff;   
PrintData(norm(dif));

The result for the printouts are

Heff =
ITensor ord=4: (dim=2|id=213|"n=1,Site,S=1/2") (dim=2|id=213|"n=1,Site,S=1/2")' (dim=2|id=925|"l=1,Link") (dim=2|id=925|"l=1,Link")'
{norm=0.69 (Dense Real)}
(1,1,1,1) -0.026417
(2,2,1,1) -0.170760
(1,2,2,1) -0.455342
(2,1,1,2) 0.4553418
(1,1,2,2) -0.170760
(2,2,2,2) -0.026417

res =
ITensor ord=4: (dim=2|id=213|"n=1,Site,S=1/2")' (dim=2|id=925|"l=1,Link")' (dim=2|id=213|"n=1,Site,S=1/2") (dim=2|id=925|"l=1,Link")
{norm=0.69 (Dense Real)}
(1,1,1,1) -0.026417
(2,1,2,1) -0.170760
(1,2,2,1) 0.4553418
(2,1,1,2) 0.4553418
(1,2,1,2) -0.170760
(2,2,2,2) -0.026417

norm(dif) = 0.910684

We see the error lies in the (1,2,2,1) element.

I've tried leaving QNs on the tensors, and different equivalent forms for res, and I'm not sure what's wrong here. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Best,
Nick

1 Answer

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answered by (620 points)

Simple mistake, I used S+ and S- instead of Sx and Sy, and so my Hamiltonian was in fact not Hermitian. Fixing this solved the issue.

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