By Zhe-Yu Jeff Ou
Multi-Photon Quantum Interference covers the phenomena of quantum interference throughout the multi-photon results of photon correlation. The author’s concentration is at the temporal correlation between photons and the way it impacts the interference effect.
Included is dialogue of a few of the well-known multi-photon interference schemes, corresponding to Hong-Ou-Mandel interferometer and Franson Interferometer for two-photon process, quantum country teleportation and swapping for four-photon approach, and quantum kingdom reconstruction for multi-photon procedure. a different function of the e-book is its quantitative characterization of photon indistinguishability and its connection to interference effects.
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