Virtual Lattice Field Theory Colloquium Series - Shared screen with speaker view
Doesn’t each different value of chemical potential correspond to a different simulation. If the difference was statistical, would you expect some of your points to be above the previous values and some below?
How could you estimate systematic error taking into account that for different noise terms (\xi) you have slightly different results?
These coefficients are a cumulant expansion in some sense?
Which boundary conditions are imposed for the rotating case?
Have you consider neumann boundary conditions?
Which mean vanishing derivative to the normal
Ok, thanks for the answer
It is known that complex Langevin method can give wrong results if certain conditions are not met. Have you looked at such conditions in this system?
How can you compute the discontinuities in the circulation, since it seems like a non analytic observable?
A general question, does the amplitude of noise term in Langevin evolution have anything to do with the temperature, without it, the evolution will be simply gradient descent, and the noise term drag is slightly and the system evols in some vicinity of the minima of the action?