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## General information ##
This version of the **A**lgorithms for **L**attice **F**ermions package provides a general code for the finite temperature auxiliary field Quantum Monte Carlo algorithm. The code is engineered to be able simulate any model that can be written in terms of sums of single body operators, of squares of single body operators and single body operators coupled to an Ising field with given dynamics. We provide predefined types that allow the user to specify the model, the Bravais lattice as well as equal time and time displaced observables. The code supports an MPI implementation. Examples such as the Hubbard model on the Honeycomb lattice as well as the Hubbard model on the square lattice coupled to a transverse Ising field are provided and discussed in the [documentation](
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The Hamiltonians we can consider read:
![The Hamiltonian0](
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Here Z denotes an Ising spin variable with predefined dynamics. If your model can be written in this form then it will be amenable to the ALF.
ALF is Fortran2003 conforming and should be compilable by every recent Fortran compiler with help of a lapack library.
Libraries: LAPACK and Blas
Libraries: LAPACK and BLAS. Regularly tested are MKL, OpenBLAS and the implementation.
Compiler: gfortran or ifort
Compiler: gfortran, ifort, PGI compiler
Edit **** to provide compiler information and flags as well as location of Lapack and Blas.
Basic configuration of this package happens directly in the top-level Makefile.
Here you can provide compiler information and flags as well as the location of LAPACK and Blas.
A simple
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We have about 30 tests that test various parts of the program in the folder testsuite.
As testing framework we employ CTest.
From the subfolder testsuite the tests can be run as follows
- mkdir tests
- cd tests
- cmake ..
- make
- make test
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