In this article, we investigate the numerical and theoretical aspects of the coupled-cluster method tailored by matrix-product states. We investigate chemical properties of the used method, such as energy size extensivity and the equivalence of linked and unlinked formulation. The existing mathematical analysis is here elaborated in a quantum chemical framework. In particular, we highlight the use of a so-called CAS-ext gap describing the basis splitting between the complete active space and the external part. Moreover, the behavior of the energy error as a function of the optimal basis splitting is discussed. We show numerical investigations on the robustness with respect to the bond dimensions of the single orbital entropy and the mutual information, which are quantities that are used to choose the complete active space. Furthermore, we extend the mathematical analysis with a numerical study on the complete active space dependence of the error.
- Pub Date:
- September 2018
- Physics - Chemical Physics;
- Condensed Matter - Strongly Correlated Electrons;
- Physics - Atomic Physics;
- Physics - Computational Physics;
- Quantum Physics