Bibliographic Guide to Foundations of Quantum Mechanics by A. Cabello

  • admin
  • April 2, 2017
  • Quantum Physics
  • Comments Off on Bibliographic Guide to Foundations of Quantum Mechanics by A. Cabello

By A. Cabello

Show description

Read or Download Bibliographic Guide to Foundations of Quantum Mechanics PDF

Similar quantum physics books

Quantum Enigma: Physics Encounters Consciousness

In attempting to comprehend the atom, physicists outfitted quantum mechanics, the main profitable idea in technology and the root of one-third of our economic climate. they discovered, to their embarrassment, that with their conception, physics encounters attention. Authors Bruce Rosenblum and Fred Kuttner clarify all this in non-technical phrases with aid from a few fanciful tales and anecdotes in regards to the theory's builders.

Exploring the quantum: atoms, cavities and photons

The counter-intuitive elements of quantum physics were for lengthy illustrated by means of notion experiments, from Einstein's photon field to Schrodinger's cat. those experiments have now develop into genuine, with unmarried particles--electrons, atoms or photons--directly unveiling the bizarre good points of the quantum. nation superpositions, entanglement and complementarity outline a singular quantum good judgment that are harnessed for info processing, elevating nice hopes for functions.

The theory of photons and electrons

Moment corrected printing 1980. moment elevated variation 1976.

Additional info for Bibliographic Guide to Foundations of Quantum Mechanics

Sample text

Comment on [Zheng 01]. 112. [Agarwal 02]: G. S. Agarwal, “Heisenberg’s uncertainty relations and quantum optics”, 100 Years of Werner Heisenberg–Works and Impact (Bamberg, Germany, 2001), Fortschr. ; quantph/0201098. 113. [Agarwal-von Zanthier-Skornia-Walther 02]: G. S. Agarwal, J. von Zanthier, C. Skornia, & H. Walther, “Intensity-intensity correlations as a probe of interferences under conditions of noninterference in the intensity”, Phys. Rev. A 65, 5, 053826 (2002). 114. [Agarwal-Pathak-Scully 02]: G.

Rev. A 68, 1, 016302 (2003). quant-ph/0306148. Comment on [LeeAhn-Hwang 02]. 172. [Ahn-Lee-Moon-Hwang 03]: D. -J. Lee, Y. H. Moon, & S. W. Hwang, “Relativistic entanglement and Bell’s inequality”, Phys. Rev. A 67, 1, 012103 (2003). 183. [Akhtarshenas-Jafarizadeh 03]: S. J. Akhtarshenas, & M. A. Jafarizadeh, “Separability criterion induced from cross norm is not equivalent to positive partial transpose”, J. Phys. A 36, 5, 1509-1513 (2003). 173. [Ahn-Lee-Hwang 03]: D. -J. Lee, & S. W. Hwang, “Lorentz-covariant reduceddensity-operator theory for relativistic-quantuminformation processing”, Phys.

234. [Ali Can-Klyachko-Shumovsky 02]: M. Ali Can, A. A. Klyachko, & A. S. Shumovsky, “Entanglement and the SU(2) phase states in atomic systems”, Phys. Rev. A 66, 2, 022111 (2002). 235. [Ali Khan-Howell 04]: I. Ali Khan, & J. C. Howell, “Hong-Ou-Mandel cloning: Quantum copying without an ancilla”, Phys. Rev. A 70, 1, 010303 (2004). 236. [Alibart-Tanzilli-Ostrowsky-Baldi 04]: O. Alibart, S. Tanzilli, D. B. Ostrowsky, & P. Baldi, “Guided wave technology for a telecom wavelength heralded single photon source”, quant-ph/0405075.

Download PDF sample

Rated 4.66 of 5 – based on 12 votes