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Coherent Physics and Its Applications

  • L. A. Shelepin
Part of the The Lebedev Physics Institute Series book series (LPIS, volume 87)

Abstract

A review is given of the current state of the theory of coherent cooperative phenomena. The basic methods of describing them are discussed, including the theory of the density matrix, the Dicke method and its generalizations, coherent states, the differential phenomenological approach, and statistical methods; their internal unity is demonstrated. The problems of kinetics are briefly discussed. A review of the basic applied approaches is given and their prospects are evaluated. The global character of coherent phenomena, in that they involve problems from widely varying areas of physics, is pointed out.

Keywords

Density Matrix Coherent State Ultrashort Pulse Coherent Radiation Elementary Particle Physic 
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