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Shortcuts to adiabaticity in the infinite-range Ising model by mean-field counter-diabatic driving

Hatomura, Takuya

J. Phys. Soc. Jpn., 86, 094002 (2017) [Periódico revisado por pares]

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  • Título:
    Shortcuts to adiabaticity in the infinite-range Ising model by mean-field counter-diabatic driving
  • Autor: Hatomura, Takuya
  • Assuntos: Quantum Physics ; Condensed Matter - Statistical Mechanics
  • É parte de: J. Phys. Soc. Jpn., 86, 094002 (2017)
  • Descrição: The strategy of shortcuts to adiabaticity enables us to realize adiabatic dynamics in finite time. In the counter-diabatic driving approach, an auxiliary Hamiltonian which is called the counter-diabatic Hamiltonian is appended to an original Hamiltonian to cancel out diabatic transitions. The counter-diabatic Hamiltonian is constructed by using the eigenstates of the original Hamiltonian. Therefore, it is in general difficult to construct the counter-diabatic Hamiltonian for quantum many-body systems. Even if the counter-diabatic Hamiltonian for quantum many-body systems is obtained, it is generally non-local and even diverges at critical points. We construct an approximated counter-diabatic Hamiltonian for the infinite-range Ising model by making use of the mean-field approximation. An advantage of this method is that the mean-field counter-diabatic Hamiltonian is constructed by only local operators. We numerically demonstrate the effectiveness of this method through quantum annealing processes going the vicinity of the critical point. It is also confirmed that the mean-field counter-diabatic Hamiltonian is still well-defined in the limit to the critical point. The present method can take higher order contributions into account and is consistent with the variational approach for local counter-diabatic driving.

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