Exact solution of the extended dimer Bose-Hubbard model with multi-body interactions

Feng Pan, Liaoning Normal University
Dongkang Li, Liaoning Normal University
Sai Cui, Liaoning Normal University
Yu´ Zhang, Liaoning Normal University
Ziwei Feng, Liaoning Normal University
Jerry P. Draayer, Louisiana State University


It is shown that the extended one-dimensional dimer Bose-Hubbard model with multi-body interactions can be solved exactly by using the algebraic Bethe ansatz mainly due to the site-permutation S 2 symmetry. The solution for the model with up to three-particle hopping and three-body on-site interaction is explicitly shown. As an example of the application, lower part of the excitation energy levels and the ground-state entanglement measure of the standard Bose-Hubbard Hamiltonian with the attractive two-body on-site interaction plus the three-body on-site interaction for 100 bosons with variation of the control parameter are calculated by using the exact solution. It is shown that the attractive three-body on-site interaction reinforces the critical point entanglement of the system, which may be helpful for design of an optical lattice for ultracold atoms or a tuneable superconducting quantum interference device with maximal entanglement.