By John R. Klauder
Topics comprise in part coherent gentle, photoelectric counting distributions, dynamical selection of statistical description, and equations of movement and coherent-state illustration of the electromagnetic box. extra topics surround quantum thought of optical correlation phenomena, designated country of radiation fields, and depth interferometry in quantum optics. The textual content bargains quite entire remedies of homes of the coherent states and of the "diagonal" representations for statistical states. those tools are utilized to stories of coherence, coincident counting charges, and counting distributions for a couple of bodily major states, together with thermal and laser-like fields.
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Fundamentals of Quantum Optics by John R. Klauder