Modeling Superconducting States Of Arbitrary Pairing Symmetry With The Fluctuation Exchange Approximation Applied To Hubbard-Like Models
Physical Review B - Condensed Matter and Materials Physics
We present an algorithm for microscopic modeling of superconducting states of arbitrary pairing symmetry via an implementation of self-consistent perturbation theory, the fluctuation exchange approximation (FLEX), applied to Hubbard-like models. Like the original formulation of FLEX, all ring diagrams that are generated with the bare interaction vertex are included in the generating functional for the self-energy. Thus, this algorithm is suitable for FLEX-based Hubbard model calculations in both the attractive and repulsive cases. © 2009 The American Physical Society.
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Deisz, J. J. and Slife, T., "Modeling Superconducting States Of Arbitrary Pairing Symmetry With The Fluctuation Exchange Approximation Applied To Hubbard-Like Models" (2009). Faculty Publications. 2213.