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Global sampling of Feynman's diagrams through Normalizing Flow

Luca LeoniCesare Franchini
Feb 2024
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Normalizing Flows (NF) are powerful generative models with increasing applications in augmenting Monte Carlo algorithms due to their high flexibility and expressiveness. In this work we explore the integration of NF in Diagrammatic Monte Carlo (DMC), presenting an architecture designed to sample the intricate multidimensional space of Feynman''s diagrams through dimensionality reduction. By decoupling the sampling of diagram order and interaction times, the flow focuses on one interaction at a time. This enables constructing a general diagram by employing the same unsupervised model iteratively, dressing a zero-order diagram with interactions determined by the previously sampled order. The resulting NF-augmented DMC is tested on the widely used single-site Holstein polaron model in the entire electron-phonon coupling regime. The obtained data show that the model accurately reproduces the diagram distribution reducing sample correlation and statistical error for observables such as the polaron binding energy and the interacting Green's function.
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