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Localization and fractality in disordered Russian Doll model
by Vedant Motamarri, Alexander S. Gorsky, Ivan M. Khaymovich
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|Authors (as Contributors):||Ivan Khaymovich|
|Date submitted:||2022-08-29 18:08|
|Submitted by:||Khaymovich, Ivan|
|Submitted to:||SciPost Physics|
Motivated by the interplay of Bethe-Ansatz integrability and localization in the Richardson model of superconductivity, we consider a time-reversal symmetry breaking deformation of this model, known as the Russian Doll Model (RDM), and implement diagonal on-site disorder. The localization and ergodicity-breaking properties of the single-particle spectrum are analyzed using a large-energy renormalization group (RG) over the momentum-space spectrum. Based on the above RG, we derive an effective Hamiltonian of the model, discover a fractal phase of non-ergodic delocalized states -- with the fractal dimension different from the paradigmatic Rosenzweig-Porter model -- and explain it in terms of the developed RG equations and the matrix-inversion trick.
Published as SciPost Phys. 13, 117 (2022)
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Vedant R. Motamarri, Alexander S. Gorsky, and Ivan M. Khaymovich
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