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by R. Bonifacio,J.D. Cresser,H.M. Gibbs,J. Häger,G. Leuchs,L.A. Lugiato,B.R. Mollow,S.L. McCall,M. Rateike,Q.H.F. Vrehen,H. Walther

Author: R. Bonifacio,J.D. Cresser,H.M. Gibbs,J. Häger,G. Leuchs,L.A. Lugiato,B.R. Mollow,S.L. McCall,M. Rateike,Q.H.F. Vrehen,H. Walther
Subcategory: Physics
Language: English
Publisher: Springer; 1 edition (February 22, 1982)
Pages: 154 pages
Category: Math and Science
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Topics in Current Physics. Introduction: What are Resonance Fluorescence, Optical Bistability, and Superfluorescence.

Topics in Current Physics. Dissipative Systems in Quantum Optics. Resonance Fluorescence, Optical Bistability, Superfluorescence. This book contains five complete and up-to-date contributions on the theory and experiments of three coherence effects in radiation-matter interaction: resonance fluorescences, optical bistability, and superfluorescence. They have raised in­ creasing interest in recent years from both a fundamental and an applicative view­ point. Models of Optical Bistability in a Fabry-Perot Cavity. 1 Boundary Conditions. Contributions by R. Bonifacio, Contributions by J. D. Cresser, Contributions by H. M. Gibbs, Contributions by J. Hager, Contributions by G. Leuchs, Contributions by L. A. Lugiato, Contributions by B. R. Mollow, Contributions by S. L. McCall, Contributions by M. Rateike. 00 - . General Remarks. . Resonance Fluorescence. Superfluorescence. Optical Bistability.

resonance fluorescences, optical bistability, and superfluorescence.

This book contains five complete and up-to-date contributions on the theory and experiments of three coherence effects in radiation-matter interaction: resonance fluorescences, optical bistability, and superfluorescence.

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Vrehen Q H F, Gibbs H M Dissipative Systems In Quantum Optics: Resonance Fluorescence, Optical Bistability . Bonifacio R, Gronchi M, Lugiato L Optical Coherence and Quantum Optics IV.

Vrehen Q H F, Gibbs H M Dissipative Systems In Quantum Optics: Resonance Fluorescence, Optical Bistability, Superfluorescence (Topics in Current Physics) Vol. 27 (Ed. R Bonifacio) (Berlin: Springer, 1982) p. 111. Schuurmans M F H et a. Proc. of the Fourth Rochester Conf. on Coherence and Quantum Optics, Rochester, June 8 - 10, 1977 (Eds L Mandel, E Wolf) (New York: Springer, 1978) p. 939. Bonifacio R, Farina J, Narducci L Opt. Commun.

This book contains five complete and up-to-date contributions on the theory and experiments of three coherence effects in radiation-matter interaction: resonance fluorescences, optical bistability, and superfluorescence

This book contains five complete and up-to-date contributions on the theory and experiments of three coherence effects in radiation-matter interaction: resonance fluorescences, optical bistability, and superfluorescence. They have raised in creasing interest in recent years from both a fundamental and an applicative view point

Описание: Written for advanced undergraduate and masters level students in physics, this textbook includes a range of topics in applied quantum.

Описание: The dissipative soliton concept is a fundamental extension of the concept of solitons in conservative and integrable systems. Описание: Written for advanced undergraduate and masters level students in physics, this textbook includes a range of topics in applied quantum optics, such as laser cooling, Bose-Einstein condensation and quantum information processing.

Since the first observation of optical bistability in a passive, unexcited medium of sodium (Na) vapor in 1974 (McCall, Gibbs, Churchill, and Venkatesan, 1975), bistability has been observed in many different materials including tiny semiconductor etalons.

Resonance Florescence, Optical (Topics in Current Physics). Quantum optics, Fluorescence, Optical bistability. There's no description for this book yet. Published September 1982 by Springer-Verlag.

Dissipative Systems in Quantum Optics : Resonance Fluorescence, Optical Bistability, Superfluorescence. In studying the radiation-matter interaction, one can take two different approaches. The first is typical of spectroscopy: one considers the interaction between radi- ation and a single atom, i. one studies those phenomena in which the presence of other atoms is irrelevant. Engineering Optics Physics Science Science & Math Science & Math Science & Scientists Science & Technology Technology Textbooks.

In studying the radiation-matter interaction, one can take two different approaches. The first is typical of spectroscopy: one considers the interaction between radi­ ation and a single atom, i. e. , one studies those phenomena in which the presence of other atoms is irrelevant. The other attitude consists, in contrast, in studying those phenomena which arise just from the simultaneous presence of many atoms. In fact, all the atoms interact with the same electromagnetic field; under suitable conditions, this situation creates strong atom-atom correlations, which in turn give rise to a cooperative behavior of the system as a whole. Cooperative means that the overall behavior is quite different from the superposition of the effects arising from single atoms and is completely unpredictable if one neglects the coup­ ling between the atoms induced by their common electromagnetic field. This book contains five complete and up-to-date contributions on the theory and experiments of three coherence effects in radiation-matter interaction: resonance fluorescences, optical bistability, and superfluorescence. They have raised in­ creasing interest in recent years from both a fundamental and an applicative view­ point. Even if their phenomenology appears completely different, these effects be­ long in the same book because they are striking examples of open systems driven far from thermal equilibrium, as those considered in Haken's synergetics and in Prigogine's theory of dissipative structures. This aspect is discussed in the in­ troducting chapter, in which we outline the basic physics and the essential features which unify these three effects.