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Coherent States in Quantum Physics

  • ID: 1082744
  • September 2009
  • 358 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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Jean Pierre Gazeau is professor of Physics at the University Diderot Paris 7, France, and a member of the "Astroparticles and Cosmology" Laboratory (CNRS, UMR 7164). Having obtained his academic degrees from Sorbonne University and Pierre–and–Marie Curie University (Paris 6), he spent most of his academic career in Paris and, as invited professor and researcher, in many other places, among them UCLA, Louvain, Montreal, Prague, Newcastle, Rio de Janeiro and Sao Paulo. Professor Gazeau has authored more than 150 scientific publications in Theoretical and Mathematical Physics, mostly devoted to group theoretical methods in physics, coherent states, quantization methods, and number theory for aperiodic systems.

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Part I: Coherent States

1. Introduction

2. The Standard Coherent States: The Basics

3. The Standard Coherent States: The (Elementary) Mathematics

4. Coherent States in Quantum Information: An Example of Experimental Manipulation

5. Coherent States: A General Construction

6. The Spin Coherent States

7. Selected Pieces of Applications of Standard and Spin Coherent States

8. SU(1,1) or SL(2,R)Coherent States

9. Another Family of SU(1,1) Coherent States for Quantum Systems

10. Squeezed States and their SU(1,1) Content

11. Fermionic Coherent States

Part II: Coherent State Quantization

12. Standard Coherent Quantization: The Klauder–Berezin Approach

13. Coherent State or Frame Quantization

14. CS Quantization of Finite Set, Unit Interval, and Circle

15. CS Quantization of Motions on Circle, Interval, and Others

16. Quantization of the Motion on the Torus

17. Fuzzy Geometries: Sphere and Hyperboloid

18. Conclusion and Outlook

Appendices

A. The Basic Formalism of Probability Theory

B. The Basics of Lie Algebra, Lie Groups, and their Representation

C. SU(2)–Material

D. Wigner–Eckart Theorem for CS quantized Spin Harmonics

E. Symmetrization of the Commutator

Bibliography

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Jean–Pierre Gazeau is professor of Physics at the University Diderot Paris 7, France, and a member of the "Astroparticles and Cosmology" Laboratory (CNRS, UMR 7164). Having obtained his academic degrees from Sorbonne University and Pierre–and–Marie Curie University (Paris 6), he spent most of his academic career in Paris and, as invited professor and researcher, in many other places, among them UCLA, Louvain, Montreal, Prague, Newcastle, Rio de Janeiro and Sao Paulo. Professor Gazeau has authored more than 150 scientific publications in Theoretical and Mathematical Physics, mostly devoted to group theoretical methods in physics, coherent states, quantization methods, and number theory for aperiodic systems.
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