Monte Carlo simulation method for Laughlin-like states in a disk geometry
We discuss an alternative accurate Monte Carlo method to calculate the ground-state energy and related quantities for Laughlin states of the fractional quantum Hall effect in a disk geometry. This alternative approach allows us to obtain accurate bulk regime (thermodynamic limit) values for various quantities from Monte Carlo simulations with a small number of particles (much smaller than that needed with standard Monte Carlo approaches).
Ciftja, O., & Wexler, C. (2003). Monte Carlo simulation method for Laughlin-like states in a disk geometry. Retrieved from https://digitalcommons.pvamu.edu/chemistry-physics-facpubs/254