Quantum Squeezing (Springer Series on Atomic, Optical, and Plasma Physics)

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More filters. Sort order. Notify me. Description Covers the new field of squeezing in quantum fields, encompassing all types of systems in which quantum fluctuations are reduced below those in the normal vacuum state. The first comprehensive overview of the field, it presents the currently known techniques of generating squeezed photon fields, together with treatments of matter field squeezing. Both theory and experiments are treated, together with applications to communications and measurement.

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