3 years ago

Zero-variance of perturbation Hamiltonian density in perturbed spin systems.

C. Itoi

We study effects of perturbation Hamiltonian to quantum spin systems which can include quenched disorder. Model-independent inequalities are derived, using an additional artificial disordered perturbation. These inequalities enable us to prove that the variance of the perturbation Hamiltonian density vanishes in the infinite volume limit even if the artificial perturbation is switched off. This theorem is applied to spontaneous symmetry breaking phenomena in a disordered classical spin model, a quantum spin model without disorder and a disordered quantum spin model.

Publisher URL: http://arxiv.org/abs/1811.04386

DOI: arXiv:1811.04386v1

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