Yixiao Chen, Linfeng Zhang, Han Wang, and Weinan E, J. Phys. Chem. A2020, 124, 35, 7155–7165 (2020)
We introduce the Deep Post-Hartree-Fock (DeePHF) method, a machine learning based scheme for constructing accurate and transferable models for the ground-state energy of electronic structure problems. DeePHF predicts the energy difference between results of highly accurate models such as the coupled cluster method and low accuracy models such as the the Hartree-Fock (HF) method, using the ground-state electronic orbitals as the input. It preserves all the symmetries of the original high accuracy model. The added computational cost is less than that of the reference HF or DFT and scales linearly with respect to system size. We examine the performance of DeePHF on organic molecular systems using publicly available datasets and obtain the state-of-art performance, particularly on large datasets.