Continuous-time quantum Monte Carlo calculation of multiorbital vertex asymptotics
AbstractWe derive the equations for calculating the high-frequency asymptotics of the local two-particle vertex function for a multiorbital impurity model. These relate the asymptotics for a general local interaction to equal-time two-particle Green's functions, which we sample using continuous-time quantum Monte Carlo simulations with a worm algorithm. As specific examples we study the single-orbital Hubbard model and the three t2g orbitals of SrVO3 within dynamical mean-field theory (DMFT). We demonstrate how the knowledge of the high-frequency asymptotics reduces the statistical uncertainties of the vertex and further eliminates finite-box-size effects. The proposed method benefits the calculation of nonlocal susceptibilities in DMFT and diagrammatic extensions of DMFT.