QD3SET-1: A Database with Quantum Dissipative Dynamics Data Sets

20 January 2023, Version 1
This content is a preprint and has not undergone peer review at the time of posting.


Simulations of the dynamics of dissipative quantum systems utilize many methods such as physics-based quantum, semiclassical, and quantum-classical as well as machine learning-based approximations, development and testing of which requires diverse data sets. Here we present a new database QD3SET-1 containing eight data sets of quantum dynamical data for two systems of broad interest, spin-boson (SB) model and the Fenna–Matthews–Olson (FMO) complex, generated with two different methods solving the dynamics, approximate local thermalizing Lindblad master equation (LTLME) and highly accurate hierarchy equations of motion (HEOM). One data set was generated with the SB model which is a two-level quantum system coupled to a harmonic environment using HEOM for 1,000 model parameters. Seven data sets were collected for the FMO complex of different sizes (7- and 8-site monomer and 24-site trimer with LTLME and 8-site monomer with HEOM) for 500–879 model parameters. Our QD3SET-1 database contains both population and coherence dynamics data and part of it has been already used for machine learning-based quantum dynamics studies


spin-boson model
FMO Complex
Lindblad master equation
Fenna–Matthews–Olson complex
Quantum Dynamics
hierarchy equations of motion


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