Commit fc36c935 authored by Tómas's avatar Tómas

Use correct bloch basis in qsymm wrapper.

The function which finds the symmetries of kwant builders does not find all real space symmetries if the unit cell contains more than one sites, because the conversion from builder to qsymm model does not use a basis which preserves information on the real space position of sites. The tests do not catch this, because they only have one site per unit cell. This fixes the basis choice, and adds a test.
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......@@ -448,7 +448,7 @@ def find_builder_symmetries(builder, momenta=None, params=None,
params = dict()
ham = builder_to_model(builder, momenta=momenta,
real_space=False, params=params)
real_space=spatial_symmetries, params=params)
# Use dense or sparse computation depending on Hamiltonian size
if sparse is None:
......
......@@ -427,6 +427,34 @@ def test_find_builder_discrete_symmetries():
assert sym_dict[class_symmetry] in builder_symmetries_dense
def test_real_space_basis():
lat = kwant.lattice.honeycomb(norbs=[1, 1])
sym = kwant.TranslationalSymmetry(lat.vec((1, 0)), lat.vec((0, 1)))
bulk = kwant.Builder(sym)
bulk[[lat.a(0, 0), lat.b(0, 0)]] = 0
bulk[lat.neighbors()] = 1
# Including real space symmetries
symmetries = find_builder_symmetries(bulk)
hex_group_2D = hexagonal()
hex_group_2D = set(PointGroupElement(np.array(s.R).astype(float),
s.conjugate, s.antisymmetry, None)
for s in hex_group_2D)
assert len(symmetries) == len(hex_group_2D)
assert all([s1 in symmetries and s2 in hex_group_2D
for s1, s2 in zip(hex_group_2D, symmetries)])
# Only onsite discrete symmetries
symmetries = find_builder_symmetries(bulk, spatial_symmetries=False)
onsites = [PointGroupElement(np.eye(2), True, False, None), # T
PointGroupElement(np.eye(2), True, True, None), # P
PointGroupElement(np.eye(2), False, True, None), # C
PointGroupElement(np.eye(2), False, False, None)] # I
assert len(symmetries) == len(onsites)
assert all([s1 in symmetries and s2 in onsites
for s1, s2 in zip(onsites, symmetries)])
def random_onsite_hop(n, rng=0):
rng = ensure_rng(rng)
onsite = rng.randn(n, n) + 1j * rng.randn(n, n)
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