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Is the analytic properties of Fermionic self energy well known?

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Apr16-14, 11:46 AM
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For arbitrary Fermionic self energy, \Sigma(i wn) with wn=(2n+1)pi T, its real part is always an even function of wn while its imaginary part is always an odd function of wn.
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May5-14, 12:59 PM
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Sorry, I think the issues about this analytic property of self energy is well known, or easily derived. I was curious why people would not enforce it in their calculation when say they design self energy ansatz for possible analytic continuation.

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May9-14, 12:50 PM
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Is the analytic properties of Fermionic self energy well known?

Or, more specifically, \sigma(iw)=\sigma(-iw)*


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