Coherent States in Modern Physics
In the preceding work  a number of algebraic techniques have been used to construct and label the symmetrized states describing an ensemble of N identical two-level atoms. Under certain physically attainable circumstances, such states evolve into “coherent atomic states” under a classical driving field. The properties of the atomic coherent states were stated and compared with the properties of the field coherent states. The atomic and field coherent states were found to be related by a group contraction process.
KeywordsCoherence Convolution Tate Mandel
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