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... Two special communication systems have been studied: (i) a system in which signals have known classical amplitudes but unknown absolute phases, and the signal field is in coherent states; (ii) a system in which the classical amplitudes of the signal field are Gaussian random processes, and the recei ...

... Two special communication systems have been studied: (i) a system in which signals have known classical amplitudes but unknown absolute phases, and the signal field is in coherent states; (ii) a system in which the classical amplitudes of the signal field are Gaussian random processes, and the recei ...

Charge and spin quantum fluids generated by many

... J.M.P. Carmelo a , J.M. Román a , K. Penc b a GCEP-Center of Physics, University of Minho, Campus Gualtar, P-4710-057 Braga, Portugal b Research Institute for Solid State Physics and Optics, POB 49, H-1525 Budapest, Hungary ...

... J.M.P. Carmelo a , J.M. Román a , K. Penc b a GCEP-Center of Physics, University of Minho, Campus Gualtar, P-4710-057 Braga, Portugal b Research Institute for Solid State Physics and Optics, POB 49, H-1525 Budapest, Hungary ...

Fractional Fourier–Kravchuk transform

... We must now explicitly stress that the finite oscillator model, satisfying the above considerations and the Newton equations (1.6), is distinct from the common approximation of the physical waveguide by a quantum continuous harmonic oscillator with wave functions f (j, h, z). Whereas the common trea ...

... We must now explicitly stress that the finite oscillator model, satisfying the above considerations and the Newton equations (1.6), is distinct from the common approximation of the physical waveguide by a quantum continuous harmonic oscillator with wave functions f (j, h, z). Whereas the common trea ...

Dirac Operators on Noncommutative Spacetimes ?

... where Θαβ is an antisymmetric, real and constant matrix (not necessarily of rank D) and Xα are mutually commuting real vector fields on M , i.e. [Xα , Xβ ] = 0 for all α, β.1 The deformation parameter λ is assumed to be infinitesimally small, i.e. we work in formal deformation quantization. In this ...

... where Θαβ is an antisymmetric, real and constant matrix (not necessarily of rank D) and Xα are mutually commuting real vector fields on M , i.e. [Xα , Xβ ] = 0 for all α, β.1 The deformation parameter λ is assumed to be infinitesimally small, i.e. we work in formal deformation quantization. In this ...

The Path Integral Approach to Quantum Mechanics

... domain of A and B, provided that both are self-adjoint operators that are bounded from below. Once again, we will gloss over these functional analysis complications and proceed with the assumption that it is legitimate to drop the commutator terms (while keeping in mind that this assumption is not v ...

... domain of A and B, provided that both are self-adjoint operators that are bounded from below. Once again, we will gloss over these functional analysis complications and proceed with the assumption that it is legitimate to drop the commutator terms (while keeping in mind that this assumption is not v ...

Holographic Quantum Error Correcting Codes - Adrian Franco

... is a rank-one projector on the one-dimensional subspace generated by |ψi. Depending on what system we are dealing with, the space of states will have different aspect. For example, if we consider a particle which can move in one dimension, its space of states is spanned by the states {|xi}x∈R , wher ...

... is a rank-one projector on the one-dimensional subspace generated by |ψi. Depending on what system we are dealing with, the space of states will have different aspect. For example, if we consider a particle which can move in one dimension, its space of states is spanned by the states {|xi}x∈R , wher ...

Bridging scales in nuclear physics

... together. It is well known that the Standard Model of particle physics successfully describes the strong interaction between quarks and gluons. However, modelling the atomic nuclei based on its basic constituents and the strong interaction, does not seem to capture the complexity of atomic nuclei. D ...

... together. It is well known that the Standard Model of particle physics successfully describes the strong interaction between quarks and gluons. However, modelling the atomic nuclei based on its basic constituents and the strong interaction, does not seem to capture the complexity of atomic nuclei. D ...

Iterants, Fermions and the Dirac Equation

... These Majorana Fermions can be symbolized by Clifford algebra generators a and b such that a2 = b2 = 1 and ab = −ba. One can take a as the iterant corresponding to a period two oscillation, and b as the time shifting operator. Then their product ab is a square root of minus one in a non-commutative ...

... These Majorana Fermions can be symbolized by Clifford algebra generators a and b such that a2 = b2 = 1 and ab = −ba. One can take a as the iterant corresponding to a period two oscillation, and b as the time shifting operator. Then their product ab is a square root of minus one in a non-commutative ...