Quantum-Classical Correspondence for Adiabatic Shortcut in Two- and Three-Level Atoms
The methods of quickly achieving the adiabatic effect through a non-adiabatic process has recently drawn widely attention both in quantum and classical regime. In this work ,we study the classical adiabatic shortcut for two- and three-Level atoms by transforming the quantum version into classical one via quantum-classical corresponding theory. The results shows that, the additional couplings between the oscillators can be used to speed up the adiabatic evolution of coupled oscillators. Furthermore, we find that the quantum-classical correspondence theory still holds for the couter-adiabatic driving Hamiltonian for the TQD. This means that, we can obtain the counter-adiabatic driving Hamiltonian for a classical system by averaging over its quantum correspondence in a quantum system. This provides a feasible way to study the classical adiabatic shortcut and the simulation for the quantum adiabatic shortcut in a classical system.
KeywordsAdiabatic shortcut Quantum-classical correspondence Stimulated Raman adiabatic passage
This work is supported by National Natural Science Foundation of China (NSFC) (Grants No. 11875103, 11775048, and No. 11747155), the Plan for Scientific and Technological Development of Jilin Province (Grant No. 20160520173JH), and the Scientific and Technological Program of Jilin Educational Committee during the Thirteenth Five-year Plan Period (Grant No. JJKH20180009KJ, and No. JJKH20181162KJ).
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