Matrix form for creation and annihilation operator with spins.
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This might be little geared towards physics but if anyone can help, it would so much helpful for me. So basically I want the matrix form of the following Hamiltonian ., where creates an electron at site i with spin σ which can be up (↑) or down (↓). For this I need the matrix form of the operators involved. For people who have been working with this type of Hamiltonian are aware that it follows aniti-commutation relations
What I can do now is that I can write the operators without the spin as below but i need help with the above when spin is also involved.
N = 4;
%n = 1:N;
a = diag(sqrt(1:N),1)% Creates matrix with elements of the vector on first super diagonal(i.e 1)
ad = a' %adagger
Is there anyway to do that. How should I go on to create the Hamiltonian for that. Are there any helpful packages to do that. Any help would be appreciated.
Matt J on 17 Sep 2021
Edited: Matt J on 17 Sep 2021
Not sure this will help, but if you can write a function that implements the operator, then his File Exchange offering,
will convert it to matrix form. For example,
fn=@(x) 7*x(1:3)-3*x(4:6); %A function, doesn't have to be anonymous