Extending Machine Learning to Fermion–Boson Coupled Systems and ExcitedState Calculations
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Machine Learning Quantum States — Extensions to Fermion–Boson Coupled Systems and ExcitedState Calculations
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J. Phys. Soc. Jpn. 89, 054706 (2020).
We have demonstrated the power of machine learning in representing quantum manybody states accurately. We have extended the applicability of neuralnetwork wave functions and shown their usefulness in fermionbosoncoupled systems and excitedstate calculations.
Machine Learning Quantum States — Extensions to Fermion–Boson Coupled Systems and ExcitedState Calculations
(JPSJ Editors' Choice)
J. Phys. Soc. Jpn. 89, 054706 (2020).
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