@inbook{de759f2cf9d840ef95d4ce9b5779e696,

title = "Quantum Lattice Problems",

abstract = "In this chapter we review methods currently used to perform Monte Carlo calculations for quantum lattice models. A detailed exposition is given of the formalism underlying the construction of the simulation algorithms. We discuss the fundamental and technical difficulties that are encountered and give a concise survey of applications of quantum Monte Carlo methods to various quantum statistical lattice problems. New developments are illustrated and discussed in terms of two many-body problems, the Hubbard and the Heisenberg model.",

keywords = "Condensed Matter Physics, Mathematical Methods in Physics, Numerical and Computational Physics",

author = "Raedt, {Hans De} and Linden, {Wolfgang von der}",

note = "DOI: 10.1007/978-3-662-02855-18",

year = "1992",

language = "English",

isbn = "978-3-662-02857-5 978-3-662-02855-1",

series = "Topics in Applied Physics",

publisher = "Springer Berlin - Heidelberg",

pages = "249--284",

editor = "Binder, {Professor Dr Kurt}",

booktitle = "The Monte Carlo Method in Condensed Matter Physics",

}