Quantum Measurement

Quantum Measurement

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This book is an up-to-date introduction to the quantum theory of measurement. Although the main principles of the field were elaborated in the 1930s by Bohr, SchrApdinger, Heisenberg, von Neuman, and Mandelstam, it was not until the 1980s that technology became sufficiently advanced to allow its application in real experiments. Quantum measurement is now central to many ultra-high technology developments, such as qsqueezed light, q single atom traps, and searches for gravitational radiation. It is also considered to have great promise for computer science and engineering, particularly for its applications in information processing and transfer. The book begins with a brief introduction to the relevant theory and goes on to discuss all aspects of the design of practical quantum measurement systems.If the temperature is small enough, then in place of the Nyquist formula we must use the corresponding Callen-Velton ... Let us analyze a possible method of realizing this measurement procedure when the oscillator is an LC circuit and the anbsp;...

Title:Quantum Measurement
Author: Vladimir B. Braginsky, Vladimir Borisovich Braginskiĭ, Farid Ya Khalili, Kip S. Thorne
Publisher:Cambridge University Press - 1995-05-25

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