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    • Joseph Weston's avatar
      kpm: refactor the SpectralDensity API · 3f675e33
      Joseph Weston authored
      It is now impossible to reduce the number of random vectors or moments.
      It is also no longer possible to set the number of energy points used by
      the method -- this can be supplied by providing a sequence of energies
      when calling the KPM object. We replace the 'increase_energy_resolution'
      and 'increase_accuracy' methods by 'add_moments' and 'add_vectors'.
      The tests have also been updated to reflect these changes.
      3f675e33
    • Joseph Weston's avatar
      kpm: rename some parameters in the API · 8e661bc9
      Joseph Weston authored
      num_rand_vecs → num_vectors
      num_sampling_points → num_energies
      ham → hamiltonian
      epsilon → eps
      8e661bc9
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    • Pablo Piskunow's avatar
      fix behavior of 'bounds' and 'epsilon' in KPM · ad3ccb0e
      Pablo Piskunow authored
      Now, the tolerance to which the spectral bounds of the Hamiltonian
      are calculated is set by 'epsilon', which also controls the
      rescaling of the Hamiltonian to ensure that the spectral bounds are
      strictly between (-1, 1). Also the spectral bounds are only calculated
      *once* (if not provided by the user).
      ad3ccb0e
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