Theory of Nonclassical States of Light

Theory of Nonclassical States of Light

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The term 'nonclassical states' refers to the quantum states that cannot be produced in the usual sources of light, such as lasers or lamps, rather than those requiring more sophisticated apparatus for their production. Theory of Non-classical States of Light describes the current status of the theory of nonclassical states of light including many new and important results as well as introductory material and the history of the subject. The authors concentrate on the most important types of nonclassical states, namely squeezed, even/odd ('Schrodinger cat') and binomial states, including their generalizations. However, a review of other types of nonclassical is also given in the introduction, and methods for generating nonclassical states on various processes of light-matter interaction, their phase-space description, and the time evolution of nonclassical states in these processes is presented in separate chapters. This contributed volume contains all of the necessary formulae and references required to gain a good understanding of the principles and current status of the field. It will provide a valuable information resource for advanced students and researchers in quantum physics.I. Solutions of dynamic field equations, characteristic functions and quasidistributions. ... [176] Yeon, K.H., Walls, D.F., Um, C.I., George, T.F., and Pandey, L.N., Quantum correspondence for linear canonical transformations on general ... [181] Van Vleck, J.H., The correspondence principle in the statistical interpretation of quantum mechanics. ... [189] Khandekar, D.C. and Lawande, S.V., Exact propagator for a time-dependent harmonic oscillator with and without a singular perturbation.

Title:Theory of Nonclassical States of Light
Author:V.V. Dodonov, V.I. Man'ko
Publisher:CRC Press - 2003-03-13


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