C++QED: an object-oriented framework for wave-function simulations of cavity QED systems
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We present a framework for efficiently performing Monte Carlo wave-function simulations in cavity QED with moving particles. It relies heavily on the object-oriented programming paradigm as realised in C++, and is extensible and applicable for simulating open interacting qua ntum dynamics in general. The user is provided with a number of “elements”, e.g. pumped moving particles, pumped lossy cavity modes, and various interactions to compose complex interacting systems, which contain several particles moving in electromagnetic fields of various configurations, and perform wave-function simulations on such systems. A number of tools are provided to facilitate the implementation of new elements.
PACS.03.65.Ta Foundations of quantum mechanics; measurement theory 32.80.Lg Mechanical effects of light on atoms, molecules, and ions 42.50.Vk Mechanical effects of light on atoms, molecules, electrons, and ions 01.50.hv Computer software and software reviews
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