RIKEN Center for Emergent Matter Science,
Wako, Saitima, Japan
05/07/2018/ at 11:00h
IF - predavaonica u zgradi Mladen Paić
We formulate  the problem of numerical analytic continuation in a way that lets us draw meaningful conclusions about properties of the spectral function based solely on the input data.
Combination of the stochastic optimization (SO) and consistent constraints (CC) method is used to obtain large number of independent solutions each describing the analytically continued spectrum with accuracy restricted by error-bars of the input data. We study different linear combinations of the independent solutions giving also valid final solution and look to how extent the final spectra can be different without compromising the error-bars of the input data. Such new philosophy (SOCC method) requiring the above post-processing of the analytic continuation data turns out to be crucial to reliably characterize the accuracy – or even ambiguity – of the output. We perform illustrative tests for spectra with a double-peak structure, where we critically examine which spectral properties are accessible and which ones are lost. We also show some important practical examples from science [2, 3] and technology .
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