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A population of 1280 walkers ensured that the error introduced by the population control is negligibly small. Due to the computational cost of backﬂow, we perform the simulations for a supercell of 16( þ 1) atoms and estimate the ﬁnite-size j25 j 2 Accuracy of Quantum Monte Carlo Methods for Point Defects in Solids 26 corrections using the structure factor method . 2. 1 shows the total energies of bulk silicon and the X defect as a function of time step in DMC. 01 HaÀ1 reduces the time step error to within the statistical uncertainty of the DMC total energy.
2 Configuration Population In DMC, a ﬁnite number of electron conﬁgurations represent the many-body wave function. These conﬁgurations are the time-dependent Schr€ odinger equations analogs to particles in the diffusion equation and have also been called psips  and walkers . To improve the efﬁciency of sampling the many-body wave function, the number of conﬁgurations is allowed to ﬂuctuate from time step to time step in DMC using a branching algorithm. However, the total number of conﬁgurations needs to be controlled to prevent the conﬁguration population from diverging or vanishing .
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