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eBook Quantum Optics (Springer Study Edition) epub
  • ISBN: 3540588310
  • Author: D.F. Walls
  • Genre: Science
  • Subcategory: Physics
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Springer; Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 1994 edition (February 17, 1995)
  • Pages: 351 pages
  • ePUB size: 1234 kb
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Quantum Optics gives a comprehensive coverage of developments in quantum optics over . Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg.

Quantum Optics gives a comprehensive coverage of developments in quantum optics over the past years. In the early chapters the formalism of quantum optics is elucidated and the main techniques are introduced. It should also be a part of every university’s library.

Walls Gerard J. Milburn.

Quantum Optics gives a comprehensive coverage of developments in. .D. F. Walls, Gerard J.

Quantum Optics gives a comprehensive coverage of developments in quantum optics over the past twenty years. He has written three previous books, on quantum optics, quantum technology, and quantum computing. He has been awarded the Boas Medal of the Australian Institute of Physics and is a Fellow of the Australian Academy of Science and the American Physical Society. These are applied in the later chapters to problems such as squeezed states of light, resonance fluorescence, laser theory, quantum theory of four-wave mixing, quantum non-demolition measurements, Bell's inequalities, and atom optics. Experimental results are used to illustrate the theory throughout.

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Optical Coherence and Quantum Optics, by Mandel and Wolf. The details, in detail. This one you need to sit down and study. I think it's rather complete, and as rigorous as a physicist gets. As an experimentalist, I learned an awful lot from this book, and gained much deeper understanding of things. This is a real classic in the same league as Born and Wolf.

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The field of quantum optics today is very different form the field that Dan Walls . Abstract The study of the quantum features of light requires the quantisation of the electromagnetic field.

Abstract The study of the quantum features of light requires the quantisation of the electromagnetic field.

Branch of Study: 4 Quantum Electronics and Optics.

ISBN 13: 9783540588313. Daniela Dragoman, Optics and Photonics News, November, 2008).

Quantum Optics gives a comprehensive coverage of developments in quantum optics over the past twenty years. In the early chapters the formalism of quantum optics is elucidated and the main techniques are introduced. These are applied in the later chapters to problems such as squeezed states of light, resonance fluorescence, laser theory, quantum theory of four-wave mixing, quantum non-demolition measurements, Bell's inequalities, and atom optics. Experimental results are used to illustrate the theory throughout. This yields the most comprehensive and up-to-date coverage of experiment and theory in quantum optics in any textbook.
Comments: (4)
deadly claw
I used this book for an introductory graduate course on Quantum Optics, and trying to follow this book was one of the most frustrating experiences I have had. I feel that I have a good background in Quantum Mechanics in general, and I thought I would be able to follow the text relatively easily. The derivations presented in the book, however, periodically skip over some important mathematical and physical assumptions, and combining that with numerous typos in the formulas, it takes an eternity to read, with much time devoted to wondering whether I or the book is wrong. It would be one thing if there were some issues with the details but the physical insights of the problems were emphasized, but that is also not the case. I haven't used any other texts so I can't recommend anything else, but I wouldn't want to repeat going through this book.

Amazon, on the other hand, did a great job shipping the book. It came perfectly on time.
godlike
This book was recommended to me by one of the world's leaders in quantum computing, who told me it was the best introduction powerful enough to explain the kinds of principles necessary to make this new kind of hardware really work. It is not an introduction to optics; Lipson's beautiful clear book on optics is maybe the best way to get ready for this, and Mandl and Shaw's book on quantum field theory is an excellent empirically-oriented start to that subject. This book is an excellent summary of a lot of new work -- unifying new basic theory and experiment -- which goes beyond those two. There has been a revolution in getting past the limits of the old semiclassical approximation methods in quantum optics, and developing technology beyond the scope of the older methods; I haven't seen any other general introductory text which covers all the key points of that work. Howard J. Carmichael's book from Springer is also excellent, and covers similar ground, but is a bit more advanced -- and still lacked the essential Volume II, last I checked.

Anyone who wishes to really understand what quantum measurement is about needs to understand what is in this book.
Ranicengi
The book is a good one as it covers quantum optics and is relatively clear, considering this is a difficult subject. The level is not an introductory level. For that level I recommend the book Quantum Optics/Mark Fox. The main problem I found in this book is that it is full of typos at a rate of about two per page. In one instance "begin" is written as "being" and "whether" as "weather". This is frustrating, as it shows lack of respect to the reader. Sometimes the typos are in the formulas and result in wasting the reader's time on finding whether a typo exists or not. On the other hand, one advantage I found is the conciseness of the book with a length of only 425 pages and good coverage of the subject.
Hadadel
I used this book in a regular graduate course on Quantum Optics, when it would be my first contact with the subject, and I have to say I become very irritated when I look at this book. It is probably my fault, because I should have used a more introductory book.

Here the authors don't derive almost anything, they use lots of expressions and take it from nowhere. I think it is assumed one should know the formalism, because many topics are just there without a reasonable explanation (my point of view). All the chapters have lots of references and citations to the original articles where the intermediate steps are explained, but the book is not self contained.

The good part of the book is that here one can find lots of things that are research subject all together. If one knows what the authors are doing (because almost every time they put results without telling how to get them) it can be useful.

I think Mandel and Wolf (Optical Coherence..) or Scully and Zubairy (Quantum Optics) are better for a first contact with Q. O..
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