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Quantum search protocol for an atomic array
(American Physical Society, 2001)
Quantum computers can, in principle, exceed the speed of ordinary computers by taking advantage of quantum coherence and entanglement. It is possible to find a "needle in a haystack" of N-1 straws in only rootN searches ...
Nonlinear magneto-optic polarization rotation with intense laser fields
(American Physical Society, 2008)
We have studied the nonlinear Faraday effect with intense linear polarized light in an optically thick atomic rubidium vapor. We demonstrate that the polarization rotation rate (rotation angle per unit magnetic field, in ...
Correlation of photon pairs from the double Raman amplifier: Generalized analytical quantum Langevin theory
(American Physical Society, 2007)
We present a largely analytical theory for two-photon correlations G((2)) between Stokes (s) and anti-Stokes (a) photon pairs from an extended medium (amplifier) composed of double-Lambda atoms in counterpropagating geometry. ...
Vacuum squeezing in atomic media via self-rotation RID A-1272-2007 RID B-9041-2008
(American Physical Society, 2002)
When linearly polarized light propagates through a medium in which elliptically polarized light would undergo self-rotation, squeezed vacuum can appear in the orthogonal polarization. A simple relationship between self-rotation ...