A variational Monte-Carlo method is formulated to study superconductivity in strongly correlated electrons. An application is made to the strongly correlated Hubbard model on two-dimensional square lattice, by employing the simplest mean-field-type trial wave function, i.e. the Gutzwiller-projected BCS wave function. Among the various choices examined, the d-wave-type superconductivity turns out to be the most favorable. The nature of the superconducting order parameter and spin correlations is also examined.
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