In this work, we applied density matrix renormalization group to one-dimensional Hubbard model at five numbers of sweep to solve strongly correlated interacting electrons system, starting from two electrons on two sites up to ten electrons on ten sites at half filling. The results that emerged from the present study is in agreement with that of exact diagonalization, variational and Lanczos solution at the varying values of the Coulomb interaction strength (U/t) at t=1. The total energy, Eg/t, of the ground state increases with the increase in interaction strength for all the numbers of site, N. The spectra intensity increases with increase in the interaction strength but decreases to zero when the interaction strength is made negatively large. This study is extended to more than two electrons on two sites. We equally show effect of interaction strength, U/t, at t = 1 on the energy-dependent entropy, S.
Key words: Density matrix renormalization group, Hubbard model, sweep, exact diagonalization, variational, Lanczos, entropy.
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