Effective-interaction approach to the many-boson problem
Artikel i vetenskaplig tidskrift, 2009
We show that the convergence behavior of the many-body numerical diagonalization scheme for strongly interacting bosons in a trap can be significantly improved by the Lee-Suzuki method adapted from nuclear physics: One can construct an effective interaction that acts in a space much smaller than the original Hilbert space. In particular for short-ranged forces and strong correlations, the method offers a good estimate of the energy and the excitation spectrum, at a computational cost several orders of magnitude smaller than that required by the standard method.
convergence of numerical methods