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DMRG Quantum Chemistry Hamiltonian in Spin Orbitals

Hamiltonian

The quantum chemistry Hamiltonian is written as follows

\[\hat{H} = \sum_{ij} t_{ij} \ a_i^\dagger a_j + \frac{1}{2} \sum_{ijkl} v_{ijkl}\ a_i^\dagger a_k^\dagger a_l a_j\]

where \(ijkl\) are spin orbital indices, and

\[\begin{split}t_{ij} =&\ \int \mathrm{d}\mathbf{x} \ \phi_i^*(\mathbf{x}) \left( -\frac{1}{2}\nabla^2 - \sum_a \frac{Z_a}{r_a} \right) \phi_j(\mathbf{x}) \\ v_{ijkl} =&\ \int \mathrm{d} \mathbf{x}_1 \mathrm{d} \mathbf{x}_2 \ \frac{\phi_i^*(\mathbf{x}_1)\phi_k^*(\mathbf{x}_2) \phi_l(\mathbf{x}_2)\phi_j(\mathbf{x}_1)}{r_{12}}\end{split}\]

Note that here the order of \(ijkl\) is the same as that in FCIDUMP (chemist’s notation \([ij|kl]\)).

When spin index is given, we have

\[\begin{split}t_{i\sigma,j\tau} =&\ t_{ij}\delta_{\sigma\tau} \\ v_{i\sigma,j\tau,k\mu,l\nu} =&\ v_{ijkl} \delta_{\sigma\tau} \delta_{\mu\nu}\end{split}\]

For complex orbitals, we have

\[\begin{split}t_{ij} =&\ t_{ji}^* \\ v_{ijkl} =&\ v_{klij} = v_{jilk}^* = v_{lkji}^*\end{split}\]

For real orbitals, we have

\[\begin{split}t_{ij} =&\ t_{ji} \\ v_{ijkl} =&\ v_{klij} = v_{jilk} = v_{lkji} = v_{jikl} = v_{ijlk} = v_{lkij} = v_{klji}\end{split}\]

Partitioning in Spin Orbitals

The partitioning of Hamiltonian in left (\(L\)) and right (\(R\)) blocks is given by

\[\hat{H} = \hat{H}^{L} \otimes \hat{1}^{R} + \hat{1}^{L} \otimes \hat{H}^{R} +\Big( \sum_{i\in L} a_i^\dagger \hat{R}_i^{R} + h.c. + \sum_{i\in R} a_i^\dagger \hat{R}_i^{L} + h.c. \Big) +\frac{1}{2} \Big( \sum_{ik\in L} \hat{A}_{ik}^L \hat{P}_{ik}^{R} + h.c. \Big) + \sum_{ij\in L} \hat{B}_{ij}^L \hat{Q}_{ij}^{R}\]

where the normal and complementary operators are defined by

\[\begin{split}\hat{R}_i^{L/R} =&\ \frac{1}{2} \sum_{j\in L/R} t_{ij} a_j + \sum_{jkl\in L/R} v_{ijkl} a_k^\dagger a_l a_j, \\ \hat{A}_{ik} =&\ a_i^\dagger a_k^\dagger, \\ \hat{B}_{ij} =&\ a_i^\dagger a_j, \\ \hat{P}_{ik}^{R} =&\ \sum_{jl\in R} v_{ijkl} a_l a_j, \\ \hat{Q}_{ij}^{R} =&\ \sum_{kl\in R} \big( v_{ijkl} - v_{ilkj} \big) a_k^\dagger a_l\end{split}\]

Note that we need to move all on-site interaction into local Hamiltonian, so that when construction interaction terms in Hamiltonian, operators anticommute (without giving extra constant terms).

Derivation

First consider one-electron term. \(ij\) indices have only two possibilities: \(i\) left, \(j\) right, or \(i\) right, \(j\) left. Index \(i\) must be associated with creation operator. So the second case is the Hermitian conjugate of the first case. Namely, consider \(\hat{S}_i^{L/R}\) as the one-body part of \(\hat{R}_i^{L/R}\), we have

\[\begin{split}&\ \Big( \sum_{i\in L} a_i^\dagger \hat{S}_i^{R} + h.c. + \sum_{i\in R} a_i^\dagger \hat{S}_i^{L} + h.c. \Big) \\ =&\ \Big( \sum_{i\in L} a_i^\dagger \hat{S}_i^{R} + \sum_{i\in L} \hat{S}_i^{R\dagger} a_i + \sum_{i\in R} a_i^\dagger \hat{S}_i^{L} + \sum_{i\in R} \hat{S}_i^{L\dagger} a_i \Big) \\ =&\ \frac{1}{2} \Big( \sum_{i\in L,j\in R} t_{ij} a_i^\dagger a_j + \sum_{i\in L,j\in R} t_{ij}^* a_j^\dagger a_i + \sum_{i\in R,j \in L} t_{ij} a_i^\dagger a_j + \sum_{i\in R,j\in L}t_{ij}^* a_j^\dagger a_i \Big)\end{split}\]

Using \(t_{ij}^* = t_{ji}\) and swap the indices \(ij\) we have

\[\begin{split}\cdots =&\ \frac{1}{2} \Big( \sum_{i\in L,j\in R} t_{ij} a_i^\dagger a_j + \sum_{i\in R,j\in L} t_{ij} a_i^\dagger a_j + \sum_{i\in R,j \in L} t_{ij} a_i^\dagger a_j + \sum_{i\in L,j\in R}t_{ij} a_i^\dagger a_j \Big) \\ =&\ \sum_{i\in L,j\in R} t_{ij} a_i^\dagger a_j + \sum_{i\in R,j \in L} t_{ij} a_i^\dagger a_j\end{split}\]

Next consider one of \(ijkl\) in left, and three of them in right. These terms are

\[\begin{split}\hat{H}_{1L,3R} =&\ \frac{1}{2}\sum_{i\in L, jkl \in R} v_{ijkl} a_i^\dagger a_k^\dagger a_l a_j + \frac{1}{2}\sum_{j\in L, ikl \in R} v_{ijkl} a_i^\dagger a_k^\dagger a_l a_j + \frac{1}{2}\sum_{k\in L, ijl \in R} v_{ijkl} a_i^\dagger a_k^\dagger a_l a_j + \frac{1}{2}\sum_{l\in L, ijk \in R} v_{ijkl} a_i^\dagger a_k^\dagger a_l a_j \\ =&\ \left[ \frac{1}{2}\sum_{i\in L, jkl \in R} v_{ijkl} a_i^\dagger a_k^\dagger a_l a_j + \frac{1}{2}\sum_{k\in L, ijl \in R} v_{ijkl} a_i^\dagger a_k^\dagger a_l a_j \right] + \frac{1}{2}\sum_{j\in L, ikl \in R} v_{ijkl} a_i^\dagger a_k^\dagger a_l a_j + \frac{1}{2}\sum_{l\in L, ijk \in R} v_{ijkl} a_i^\dagger a_k^\dagger a_l a_j\end{split}\]

where the terms in bracket equal to first and third terms in left-hand-side. Outside the bracket are second, forth terms.

The conjugate of third term in rhs is second term in rhs

\[\frac{1}{2}\sum_{j\in L, ikl \in R} v_{ijkl}^* a_j^\dagger a_l^\dagger a_k a_i = \frac{1}{2}\sum_{k\in L, ijl \in R} v_{lkji}^* a_k^\dagger a_i^\dagger a_j a_l = \frac{1}{2}\sum_{k\in L, ijl \in R} v_{ijkl} a_i^\dagger a_k^\dagger a_l a_j\]

The conjugate of forth term in rhs is first term in rhs

\[\frac{1}{2}\sum_{l\in L, ijk \in R} v_{ijkl}^* a_j^\dagger a_l^\dagger a_k a_i = \frac{1}{2}\sum_{i\in L, jkl \in R} v_{lkji}^* a_k^\dagger a_i^\dagger a_j a_l = \frac{1}{2}\sum_{i\in L, jkl \in R} v_{ijkl} a_i^\dagger a_k^\dagger a_l a_j\]

Therefore, using \(v_{ijkl} = v_{klij}\)

\[\begin{split}\hat{H}_{1L,3R} =&\ \left[ \frac{1}{2}\sum_{i\in L, jkl \in R} v_{ijkl} a_i^\dagger a_k^\dagger a_l a_j + \frac{1}{2}\sum_{k\in L, ijl \in R} v_{ijkl} a_i^\dagger a_k^\dagger a_l a_j \right] + h.c. \\ =&\ \left[ \frac{1}{2}\sum_{i\in L, jkl \in R} v_{ijkl} a_i^\dagger a_k^\dagger a_l a_j + \frac{1}{2}\sum_{k\in L, ijl \in R} v_{ijkl} a_k^\dagger a_i^\dagger a_j a_l \right] + h.c. \\ =&\ \left[ \frac{1}{2}\sum_{i\in L, jkl \in R} v_{ijkl} a_i^\dagger a_k^\dagger a_l a_j + \frac{1}{2}\sum_{i\in L, jkl \in R} v_{klij} a_i^\dagger a_k^\dagger a_l a_j \right] + h.c. \\ =&\ \sum_{i\in L, jkl \in R} v_{ijkl} a_i^\dagger a_k^\dagger a_l a_j + h.c. \\ =&\ \sum_{i\in L} a_i^\dagger \sum_{jkl \in R} v_{ijkl} a_k^\dagger a_l a_j + h.c. = \sum_{i\in L} a_i^\dagger R_i^{R} + h.c.\end{split}\]

Next consider the two creation operators together in left or in together in right. There are two cases. The second case is the conjugate of the first case, namely,

\[\sum_{ik\in R, jl \in L} a_i^\dagger a_k^\dagger v_{ijkl} a_l a_j = \sum_{jl\in R, ik \in L} a_j^\dagger a_l^\dagger v_{jilk} a_k a_i = \sum_{ik \in L, jl\in R} v_{jilk} a_j^\dagger a_l^\dagger a_k a_i = \sum_{ik \in L, jl\in R} v_{ijkl}^* \Big( a_i^\dagger a_k^\dagger a_l a_j \Big)^\dagger\]

This explains the \(\hat{A}\hat{P}\) term. The last situation is, one creation in left and one creation in right. Note that when exchange two elementary operators, one creation and one annihilation, one in left and one in right, they must anticommute.

\[\begin{split}\hat{H}_{2L,2R} =&\ \frac{1}{2} \sum_{il\in L, jk\in R} v_{ijkl} a_i^\dagger a_k^\dagger a_l a_j + \frac{1}{2} \sum_{ij\in L, kl\in R} v_{ijkl} a_i^\dagger a_k^\dagger a_l a_j + \frac{1}{2} \sum_{kl\in L, ij\in R} v_{ijkl} a_i^\dagger a_k^\dagger a_l a_j + \frac{1}{2} \sum_{jk\in L, il\in R} v_{ijkl} a_i^\dagger a_k^\dagger a_l a_j \\ =&\ - \frac{1}{2} \sum_{il\in L, jk\in R} v_{ijkl} a_i^\dagger a_l a_k^\dagger a_j + \frac{1}{2} \sum_{ij\in L, kl\in R} v_{ijkl} a_i^\dagger a_j a_k^\dagger a_l + \frac{1}{2} \sum_{kl\in L, ij\in R} v_{ijkl} a_i^\dagger a_j a_k^\dagger a_l - \frac{1}{2} \sum_{jk\in L, il\in R} v_{ijkl} a_i^\dagger a_l a_k^\dagger a_j\end{split}\]

First consider the second and third terms

\[\begin{split}&\ \frac{1}{2} \sum_{ij\in L, kl\in R} v_{ijkl} a_i^\dagger a_j a_k^\dagger a_l + \frac{1}{2} \sum_{kl\in L, ij\in R} v_{ijkl} a_i^\dagger a_j a_k^\dagger a_l \\ =&\ \frac{1}{2} \sum_{ij\in L, kl\in R} v_{ijkl} a_i^\dagger a_j a_k^\dagger a_l + \frac{1}{2} \sum_{kl\in L, ij\in R} v_{ijkl} a_k^\dagger a_l a_i^\dagger a_j \\ =&\ \frac{1}{2} \sum_{ij\in L, kl\in R} v_{ijkl} a_i^\dagger a_j a_k^\dagger a_l + \frac{1}{2} \sum_{ij\in L, kl\in R} v_{klij} a_i^\dagger a_j a_k^\dagger a_l \\ =&\ \sum_{ij\in L, kl\in R} v_{ijkl} a_i^\dagger a_j a_k^\dagger a_l = \sum_{ij\in L} a_i^\dagger a_j \sum_{kl\in R} v_{ijkl} a_k^\dagger a_l = \sum_{ij\in L} \hat{B}_{ij} \hat{Q}_{ij\prime}^{R}\end{split}\]

For the other two terms,

\[\begin{split}&\ -\frac{1}{2} \sum_{il\in L, jk\in R} v_{ijkl} a_i^\dagger a_l a_k^\dagger a_j -\frac{1}{2} \sum_{jk\in L, il\in R} v_{ijkl} a_i^\dagger a_l a_k^\dagger a_j \\ =&\ -\frac{1}{2} \sum_{il\in L, jk\in R} v_{ijkl} a_i^\dagger a_l a_k^\dagger a_j -\frac{1}{2} \sum_{jk\in L, il\in R} v_{ijkl} a_k^\dagger a_j a_i^\dagger a_l \\ =&\ -\frac{1}{2} \sum_{il\in L, jk\in R} v_{ijkl} a_i^\dagger a_l a_k^\dagger a_j -\frac{1}{2} \sum_{il\in L, jk\in R} v_{klij} a_i^\dagger a_l a_k^\dagger a_j \\ =&\ -\sum_{il\in L, jk\in R} v_{ijkl} a_i^\dagger a_l a_k^\dagger a_j \\ =&\ -\sum_{il\in L} a_i^\dagger a_l \sum_{jk\in R} v_{ijkl} a_k^\dagger a_j = \sum_{il\in L} \hat{B}_{il} \hat{Q}_{il\prime\prime}^{R}\end{split}\]

Then

\[\hat{Q}_{ij}^{R} = \hat{Q}_{ij\prime}^{R} + \hat{Q}_{ij\prime\prime}^{R} = \sum_{kl\in R} \big( v_{ijkl} - v_{ilkj} \big) a_k^\dagger a_l\]

Normal/Complementary Partitioning

The above version is used when left block is short in length. Note that all terms should be written in a way that operators for particles in left block should appear in the left side of operator string, and operators for particles in right block should appear in the right side of operator string. To write the Hermitian conjugate explicitly, we have

\[\begin{split}\hat{H}^{NC} =&\ \hat{H}^{L} \otimes \hat{1}^{R} + \hat{1}^{L} \otimes \hat{H}^{R} \\ &\ + \sum_{i\in L} \Big( a_i^\dagger \hat{R}_i^{R} - a_i \hat{R}_i^{R\dagger} \Big) + \sum_{i\in R} \Big( \hat{R}_i^{L\dagger} a_i - \hat{R}_i^{L} a_i^\dagger \Big) \\ &\ + \frac{1}{2} \sum_{ik\in L} \Big( \hat{A}_{ik} \hat{P}_{ik}^{R} + \hat{A}_{ik}^{\dagger} \hat{P}_{ik}^{R\dagger} \Big) + \sum_{ij\in L} \hat{B}_{ij} \hat{Q}_{ij}^{R}\end{split}\]

Note that no minus sign for Hermitian conjugate terms with \(A, P\) because these are not Fermion operators.

With this normal/complementary partitioning, the operators required in left block are

\[\big\{ \hat{H}^{L}, \hat{1}^L, a_i^\dagger, a_i, \hat{R}_k^{L\dagger}, \hat{R}_k^{L}, \hat{A}_{ij}, \hat{A}_{ij}^{\dagger}, \hat{B}_{ij} \big\} \quad (i,j\in L, \ k \in R)\]

The operators required in right block are

\[\big\{ \hat{1}^{R}, \hat{H}^R, \hat{R}_i^{R}, \hat{R}_i^{R\dagger}, a_k, a_k^\dagger, \hat{P}_{ij}^R, \hat{P}_{ij}^{R\dagger}, \hat{Q}_{ij}^R \big\} \quad (i,j\in L, \ k \in R)\]

Assuming that there are \(K\) sites in total, and \(K_L/K_R\) sites in left/right block (optimally, \(K_L \le K_R\)), the total number of operators (and also the number of terms in Hamiltonian with partition) in left or right block is

\[N_{NC} = 1 + 1 + 2 K_L + 2 K_R + 2 K_L^2 + K_L^2 = 3K_L^2 + 2K + 2\]

Complementary/Normal Partitioning

\[\begin{split}\hat{H}^{CN} =&\ \hat{H}^{L} \otimes \hat{1}^{R} + \hat{1}^{L} \otimes \hat{H}^{R} + \sum_{i\in L} \Big( a_i^\dagger \hat{R}_i^{R} - a_i \hat{R}_i^{R\dagger} \Big) + \sum_{i\in R} \Big( \hat{R}_i^{L\dagger} a_i - \hat{R}_i^{L} a_i^\dagger \Big) \\ &\ +\frac{1}{2} \sum_{jl\in R} \Big( \hat{P}_{jl}^{L} \hat{A}_{jl} + \hat{P}_{jl}^{L\dagger} \hat{A}_{jl}^{\dagger} \Big) + \sum_{kl\in R} \hat{Q}_{kl}^{L} \hat{B}_{kl}\end{split}\]

Now the operators required in left block are

\[\big\{ \hat{H}^L, \hat{1}^{L}, a_i^\dagger, a_i, \hat{R}_k^{L\dagger}, \hat{R}_k^{L}, \hat{P}_{kl}^L, \hat{P}_{kl}^{L\dagger}, \hat{Q}_{kl}^L \big\}\quad (k,l\in R, \ i \in L)\]

The operators required in right block are

\[\big\{ \hat{1}^R, \hat{H}^{R}, \hat{R}_i^{R}, \hat{R}_i^{R\dagger}, a_k, a_k^\dagger, \hat{A}_{kl}, \hat{A}_{kl}^{\dagger}, \hat{B}_{kl} \big\}\quad (k,l\in R, \ i \in L)\]

The total number of operators (and also the number of terms in Hamiltonian with partition) in left or right block is

\[N_{CN} = 1 + 1 + 2K_R + 2K_L + 2K_R^2 + K_R^2 = 3K_R^2 + 2K + 2\]

Blocking

The enlarged left/right block is denoted as \(L*/R*\). Make sure that all \(L\) operators are to the left of \(*\) operators.

\[\begin{split}\hat{R}_i^{L*} =&\ \hat{R}_i^{L} \otimes \hat{1}^* + \hat{1}^{L} \otimes \hat{R}_i^{*} + \sum_{j\in L} \left( \sum_{kl \in *} v_{ijkl} a_k^\dagger a_l \right) a_j + \sum_{j\in *} \left( \sum_{kl \in L} v_{ijkl} a_k^\dagger a_l \right) a_j \\ &\ + \sum_{k\in L} a_k^\dagger \left( \sum_{jl \in *} v_{ijkl} a_l a_j \right) + \sum_{k\in *} a_k^\dagger \left( \sum_{jl \in L} v_{ijkl} a_l a_j \right) - \sum_{l \in L} a_l \left( \sum_{jk \in *} v_{ijkl} a_k^\dagger a_j \right) - \sum_{l \in *} a_l \left( \sum_{jk \in L} v_{ijkl} a_k^\dagger a_j \right) \\ =&\ \hat{R}_i^{ L} \otimes \hat{1}^* + \hat{1}^{L} \otimes \hat{R}_i^{*} + \sum_{j\in L} a_j \left( \sum_{kl \in *} v_{ijkl} a_k^\dagger a_l \right) + \sum_{j\in *} \left( \sum_{kl \in L} v_{ijkl} a_k^\dagger a_l \right) a_j \\ &\ + \sum_{k\in L} a_k^\dagger \left( \sum_{jl \in *} v_{ijkl} a_l a_j \right) + \sum_{k\in *} \left( \sum_{jl \in L} v_{ijkl} a_l a_j \right) a_k^\dagger - \sum_{l \in L} a_l \left( \sum_{jk \in *} v_{ijkl} a_k^\dagger a_j \right) - \sum_{l \in *} \left( \sum_{jk \in L} v_{ijkl} a_k^\dagger a_j \right) a_l\end{split}\]

Now there are two possibilities. In NC partition, in \(L\) we have \(A,A^\dagger, B, B'\) and in \(*\) we have \(P,P^\dagger,Q, Q'\). In CN partition, the opposite is true. Therefore, we have

\[\begin{split}\hat{R}_i^{ L*,NC} =&\ \hat{R}_i^{ L} \otimes \hat{1}^* + \hat{1}^{L} \otimes \hat{R}_i^{ *} + \sum_{j\in L} a_j \hat{Q}_{ij}^* + \sum_{j\in *, kl \in L} \big( v_{ijkl} - v_{ilkj} \big) \hat{B}_{kl} a_j + \sum_{k\in L} a_k^\dagger \hat{P}_{ik}^* + \sum_{k\in *,jl \in L, } v_{ijkl} \hat{A}_{jl}^{\dagger} a_k^\dagger \\ =&\ \hat{R}_i^{ L} \otimes \hat{1}^* + \hat{1}^{L} \otimes \hat{R}_i^{ *} + \sum_{k\in L} a_k^\dagger \hat{P}_{ik}^* + \sum_{j\in L} a_j \hat{Q}_{ij}^* + \sum_{k\in *,jl \in L, } v_{ijkl} \hat{A}_{jl}^{\dagger} a_k^\dagger + \sum_{j\in *, kl \in L} \big( v_{ijkl} - v_{ilkj} \big) \hat{B}_{kl} a_j \\\end{split}\]
\[\begin{split}\hat{R}_i^{ L*,CN} =&\ \hat{R}_i^{ L} \otimes \hat{1}^* + \hat{1}^{L} \otimes \hat{R}_i^{ *} + \sum_{j\in L,kl \in *} \big( v_{ijkl} - v_{ilkj} \big) a_j \hat{B}_{kl} + \sum_{j\in *} \hat{Q}_{ij}^{L} a_j + \sum_{k\in L,jl \in *, } v_{ijkl} a_k^\dagger \hat{A}_{jl}^\dagger + \sum_{k\in *} \hat{P}_{ik}^L a_k^\dagger \\ =&\ \hat{R}_i^{ L} \otimes \hat{1}^* + \hat{1}^{L} \otimes \hat{R}_i^{ *} + \sum_{k\in L,jl \in *, } v_{ijkl} a_k^\dagger \hat{A}_{jl}^\dagger + \sum_{j\in L,kl \in *} \big( v_{ijkl} - v_{ilkj} \big) a_j \hat{B}_{kl} + \sum_{k\in *} \hat{P}_{ik}^L a_k^\dagger + \sum_{j\in *} \hat{Q}_{ij}^{L} a_j\end{split}\]

Similarly,

\[\begin{split}\hat{R}_i^{ R*,NC} =&\ \hat{R}_i^{ *} \otimes \hat{1}^R + \hat{1}^{*} \otimes \hat{R}_i^{ R} + \sum_{k\in *} a_k^\dagger \hat{P}_{ik}^R + \sum_{j\in *} a_j \hat{Q}_{ij}^R + \sum_{k\in R,jl \in *, } v_{ijkl} \hat{A}_{jl}^{\dagger} a_k^\dagger + \sum_{j\in R, kl \in *} \big( v_{ijkl} - v_{ilkj} \big) \hat{B}_{kl} a_j \\ \hat{R}_i^{ R*,CN} =&\ \hat{R}_i^{ *} \otimes \hat{1}^R + \hat{1}^{*} \otimes \hat{R}_i^{ R} + \sum_{k\in *,jl \in R, } v_{ijkl} a_k^\dagger \hat{A}_{jl}^\dagger + \sum_{j\in *,kl \in R} \big( v_{ijkl} - v_{ilkj} \big) a_j \hat{B}_{kl} + \sum_{k\in R} \hat{P}_{ik}^* a_k^\dagger + \sum_{j\in R} \hat{Q}_{ij}^{*} a_j\end{split}\]

Number of terms

\[\begin{split}N_{R,NC} =&\ (2 + 2K_L + 2 K_L^2) K_R + (2 + 2 + 2K_R) K_L = 2K_L^2 K_R + 4 K_L K_R + 2K + 2K_L \\ N_{R,CN} =&\ (2 + 2K_L + 2) K_R + (2 + 2K_R^2 + 2 K_R) K_L = 2K_R^2 K_L + 4 K_R K_L + 2K + 2K_R\end{split}\]

Blocking of other complementary operators is straightforward

\[\begin{split}\hat{P}_{ik}^{L*,CN} =&\ \hat{P}_{ik}^{L} \otimes \hat{1}^* + \hat{1}^{L} \otimes \hat{P}_{ik}^* + \sum_{j\in L,l \in *} v_{ijkl} a_l a_j + \sum_{j\in *,l \in L} v_{ijkl} a_l a_j \\ =&\ \hat{P}_{ik}^{L} \otimes \hat{1}^* + \hat{1}^{L} \otimes \hat{P}_{ik}^* - \sum_{j\in L,l \in *} v_{ijkl} a_j a_l + \sum_{j\in *,l \in L} v_{ijkl} a_l a_j \\ \hat{P}_{ik}^{R*,NC} =&\ \hat{P}_{ik}^{*} \otimes \hat{1}^R + \hat{1}^{*} \otimes \hat{P}_{ik}^R + \sum_{j\in *,l \in R} v_{ijkl} a_l a_j + \sum_{j\in R,l \in *} v_{ijkl} a_l a_j \\ =&\ \hat{P}_{ik}^{*} \otimes \hat{1}^R + \hat{1}^{*} \otimes \hat{P}_{ik}^R - \sum_{j\in *,l \in R} v_{ijkl} a_j a_l + \sum_{j\in R,l \in *} v_{ijkl} a_l a_j\end{split}\]

and

\[\begin{split}\hat{Q}_{ij}^{L*,CN} =&\ \hat{Q}_{ij}^{L} \otimes \hat{1}^* + \hat{1}^L \otimes \hat{Q}_{ij}^* + \sum_{k\in L, l \in *} v_{ijkl} a_k^\dagger a_l + \sum_{k\in *, l \in L} v_{ijkl} a_k^\dagger a_l \\ =&\ \hat{Q}_{ij}^{L} \otimes \hat{1}^* + \hat{1}^L \otimes \hat{Q}_{ij}^* + \sum_{k\in L, l \in *} v_{ijkl} a_k^\dagger a_l - \sum_{k\in *, l \in L} v_{ijkl} a_l a_k^\dagger \\ \hat{Q}_{ij}^{R*,NC} =&\ \hat{Q}_{ij}^{*} \otimes \hat{1}^R + \hat{1}^* \otimes \hat{Q}_{ij}^R + \sum_{k\in *, l \in R} v_{ijkl} a_k^\dagger a_l + \sum_{k\in R, l \in *} v_{ijkl} a_k^\dagger a_l \\ =&\ \hat{Q}_{ij}^{*} \otimes \hat{1}^R + \hat{1}^* \otimes \hat{Q}_{ij}^R + \sum_{k\in *, l \in R} v_{ijkl} a_k^\dagger a_l - \sum_{k\in R, l \in *} v_{ijkl} a_l a_k^\dagger\end{split}\]

Middle-Site Transformation

When the sweep is performed from left to right, passing the middle site, we need to switch from NC partition to CN partition. The cost is \(O(K^4/16)\). This happens only once in the sweep. The cost of one blocking procedure is \(O(K_<^2K_>)\), but there are \(K\) blocking steps in one sweep. So the cost for blocking in one sweep is \(O(KK_<^2K_>)\). Note that the most expensive part in the program should be the Hamiltonian step in Davidson, which scales as \(O(K_<^2)\).

\[\begin{split}\hat{P}_{ik}^{L,NC\to CN} =&\ \sum_{jl\in L} v_{ijkl} a_l a_j = \sum_{jl\in L} v_{ijkl} \hat{A}_{jl}^{\dagger} \\ \hat{Q}_{ij}^{L,NC\to CN} =&\ \sum_{kl\in L} v_{ijkl} a_k^\dagger a_l = \sum_{kl\in L} v_{ijkl} \hat{B}_{kl} \\\end{split}\]