Friday, September 28, 2012

1209.6285 (A. Katanin)

The effect of six-point one-particle reducible local interactions in the
dual fermion approach

A. Katanin
We formulate the dual fermion approach to strongly correlated electronic systems in terms of the lattice and dual effective interactions, obtained by using the covariation splitting formula. This allows us to consider the effect of six-point one-particle reducible interactions, which are usually neglected by the dual fermion approach. We show that the consideration of one-particle reducible six-point (as well as higher order) vertices is crucially important for the diagrammatic consistency of this approach. In particular, the relation between the dual and lattice self-energy, derived in the dual fermion approach, implicitly accounts for the effect of the diagrams, containing 6-point and higher order local one-particle reducible vertices, and should be applied with caution, if these vertices are neglected. Apart from that, the treatment of the self-energy feedback is also modified by 6-point and higher order vertices; these vertices are also important to account for some non-local corrections to the lattice self-energy, which have the same order in the local 4-point vertices, as the diagrams usually considered in the approach. These observations enlighten an importance of 6-point and higher order vertices in the dual fermion approach, and call for development of new schemes of treatment of non-local fluctuations, which are based on one-particle irreducible quantities.
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