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Quantum Mechanics and Quantum Information

30 November 2013

**Moses Fayngold, Vadim Fayngold - Quantum Mechanics and Quantum Information**

Published: 2013-05-28 | ISBN: 3527406476 | PDF | 860 pages | 8 MB

A thorough definition of the basic concepts of quantum mechanics and quantum information and their interrelations.

Alongside a thorough definition of the basic concepts and their interrelations, backed by numerous examples, this textbook features a rare discussion of the quantum information theory. It also deals with other important topics hardly found in the literature, including the Robertson-Schrodinger-relation, angle and angular momentum uncertainties, interaction-free measurements, and the limitations of the no-cloning theorem.

With its interpretations of quantum mechanics and its discussions of quantum computing, this book is poised to become the standard textbook for advanced undergraduate and beginning graduate quantum mechanics courses and as an essential reference for physics students and physics professionals.

30 November 2013

Published: 2013-05-28 | ISBN: 3527406476 | PDF | 860 pages | 8 MB

A thorough definition of the basic concepts of quantum mechanics and quantum information and their interrelations.

Alongside a thorough definition of the basic concepts and their interrelations, backed by numerous examples, this textbook features a rare discussion of the quantum information theory. It also deals with other important topics hardly found in the literature, including the Robertson-Schrodinger-relation, angle and angular momentum uncertainties, interaction-free measurements, and the limitations of the no-cloning theorem.

With its interpretations of quantum mechanics and its discussions of quantum computing, this book is poised to become the standard textbook for advanced undergraduate and beginning graduate quantum mechanics courses and as an essential reference for physics students and physics professionals.

The Quantum Mechanics Solver: How to Apply Quantum Theory to Modern Physics

15 September 2010

**The Quantum Mechanics Solver: How to Apply Quantum Theory to Modern Physics**

292 pages | Dec 12, 2007 |ISBN: 3540277218 | PDF | 8 Mb

The Quantum Mechanics Solver uniquely illustrates the application of quantum mechanical concepts to various fields of modern physics. It aims at encouraging the reader to apply quantum mechanics to research problems in fields such as molecular physics, condensed matter physics or laser physics. Advanced undergraduates and graduate students will find a rich and challenging source of material for further exploration. This book consists of a series of problems concerning present-day experimental or theoretical questions on quantum mechanics

15 September 2010

292 pages | Dec 12, 2007 |ISBN: 3540277218 | PDF | 8 Mb

The Quantum Mechanics Solver uniquely illustrates the application of quantum mechanical concepts to various fields of modern physics. It aims at encouraging the reader to apply quantum mechanics to research problems in fields such as molecular physics, condensed matter physics or laser physics. Advanced undergraduates and graduate students will find a rich and challenging source of material for further exploration. This book consists of a series of problems concerning present-day experimental or theoretical questions on quantum mechanics

Quantum Mechanics: Classical Results, Modern Systems, and Visualized Examples, 2 Edition

10 October 2010

**Quantum Mechanics: Classical Results, Modern Systems, and Visualized Examples, 2 Edition** by Richard Robinett

Oxford University Press, USA | 2006 | ISBN: 0198530978 | 720 pages | PDF | 17 MB

Quantum Mechanics: Classical Results, Modern Systems, and Visualized Examples is a comprehensive introduction to non-relativistic quantum mechanics for advanced undergraduate students in physics and related fields. It provides students with a strong conceptual background in the most important theoretical aspects of quantum mechanics, extensive experience with the mathematical tools required to solve problems, the opportunity to use quantum ideas to confront modern experimental realizations of quantum systems, and numerous visualizations of quantum concepts and phenomena. Changes from the First Edition include many new discussions of modern quantum systems (such as Bose-Einstein condensates, the quantum Hall effect, and wave packet revivals) all in the context of familiar textbook level examples. The book continues to emphasize the many connections to classical mechanics and wave physics to help students use their existing intuition to better learn new quantum concepts.

10 October 2010

Oxford University Press, USA | 2006 | ISBN: 0198530978 | 720 pages | PDF | 17 MB

Quantum Mechanics: Classical Results, Modern Systems, and Visualized Examples is a comprehensive introduction to non-relativistic quantum mechanics for advanced undergraduate students in physics and related fields. It provides students with a strong conceptual background in the most important theoretical aspects of quantum mechanics, extensive experience with the mathematical tools required to solve problems, the opportunity to use quantum ideas to confront modern experimental realizations of quantum systems, and numerous visualizations of quantum concepts and phenomena. Changes from the First Edition include many new discussions of modern quantum systems (such as Bose-Einstein condensates, the quantum Hall effect, and wave packet revivals) all in the context of familiar textbook level examples. The book continues to emphasize the many connections to classical mechanics and wave physics to help students use their existing intuition to better learn new quantum concepts.

Quantum Causality: Conceptual Issues in the Causal Theory of Quantum Mechanics

15 September 2010

**Quantum Causality: Conceptual Issues in the Causal Theory of Quantum Mechanics **

244 pages | Dec 12, 2007 |ISBN:9048124026 | PDF | 8 Mb

This is especially true for quantum physics where debate on its interpretation and the status of the various entities postulated has raged in both the scientific and philosophical communities since the 1920s and continues to this day. Although it is readily granted that quantum mechanics produces some strange and counter-intuitive results, it is argued in Quantum Causality that quantum mechanics is not as weird as we might have been led to believe.

15 September 2010

244 pages | Dec 12, 2007 |ISBN:9048124026 | PDF | 8 Mb

This is especially true for quantum physics where debate on its interpretation and the status of the various entities postulated has raged in both the scientific and philosophical communities since the 1920s and continues to this day. Although it is readily granted that quantum mechanics produces some strange and counter-intuitive results, it is argued in Quantum Causality that quantum mechanics is not as weird as we might have been led to believe.

Mathematical Concepts of Quantum Mechanics (2nd edition)

29 October 2012

**Stephen J. Gustafson, Israel Michael Sigal - Mathematical Concepts of Quantum Mechanics (2nd edition)**

Published: 2011-09-26 | ISBN: 3642218652 | PDF | 395 pages | 3 MB

The book gives a streamlined introduction to quantum mechanics while describing the basic mathematical structures underpinning this discipline. Starting with an overview of key physical experiments illustrating the origin of the physical foundations, the book proceeds with a description of the basic notions of quantum mechanics and their mathematical content. It then makes its way to topics of current interest, specifically those in which mathematics plays an important role. The more advanced topics presented include many-body systems, modern perturbation theory, path integrals, the theory of resonances, quantum statistics, mean-field theory, second quantization, the theory of radiation (non-relativistic quantum electrodynamics), and the renormalization group. With different selections of chapters, the book can serve as a text for an introductory, intermediate, or advanced course in quantum mechanics. The last four chapters could also serve as an introductory course in quantum field theory.

29 October 2012

Published: 2011-09-26 | ISBN: 3642218652 | PDF | 395 pages | 3 MB

The book gives a streamlined introduction to quantum mechanics while describing the basic mathematical structures underpinning this discipline. Starting with an overview of key physical experiments illustrating the origin of the physical foundations, the book proceeds with a description of the basic notions of quantum mechanics and their mathematical content. It then makes its way to topics of current interest, specifically those in which mathematics plays an important role. The more advanced topics presented include many-body systems, modern perturbation theory, path integrals, the theory of resonances, quantum statistics, mean-field theory, second quantization, the theory of radiation (non-relativistic quantum electrodynamics), and the renormalization group. With different selections of chapters, the book can serve as a text for an introductory, intermediate, or advanced course in quantum mechanics. The last four chapters could also serve as an introductory course in quantum field theory.

Semiconductor Quantum Dots

18 December 2011

**Semiconductor Quantum Dots**

"Semiconductor Quantum Dots" presents an overview of the background and recent developments in the rapidly growing field of ultrasmall semiconductor microscrystallites, in which the carrier confinement is sufficiently strong to allow only quantized states of the electrons and holes. The main emphasis of this book is the theoretical analysis of the confinement induced modifications of the optical and electronic properties of quantum dots in comparison to extended materials. The book develops the theoretical background material for the analysis of carrier quantum-confinement effects, it introduces different confinement regimes for absolute or center-of-mass motion quantization of the electron-hole-pairs, and it gives an overview of the best approximation schemes for each regime. A detailed discussion of the carrier states in quantum dots is presented, including variational calculations, a configuration interaction approach, and quantum Monte Carlo techniques. Surface polarization instabilities are analyzed which lead to the self-trapping of carriers near the surface of the dots and the influence of spin-orbit coupling on the quantum-confined carrier states is discussed. The linear and nonlinear optical properties of small and large quantum dots are analyzed in detail, including transient optical nonlinearities photon echo and two-photon transitions. The influence of the quantum-dot size distribution in many realistic samples is outlined, including the analysis of quantum dot growth laws and universal size distributions. Phonons in quantum dots, as well as the influence of external electric or magnetic fields are discussed. The recent developments dealing with regular systems of quantum dots are reviewed, including a lattice model of quantum dots and quantum dot superlattices....

18 December 2011

1993 | 244 | ISBN: 9810213905 | DJVU | 1 Mb

"Semiconductor Quantum Dots" presents an overview of the background and recent developments in the rapidly growing field of ultrasmall semiconductor microscrystallites, in which the carrier confinement is sufficiently strong to allow only quantized states of the electrons and holes. The main emphasis of this book is the theoretical analysis of the confinement induced modifications of the optical and electronic properties of quantum dots in comparison to extended materials. The book develops the theoretical background material for the analysis of carrier quantum-confinement effects, it introduces different confinement regimes for absolute or center-of-mass motion quantization of the electron-hole-pairs, and it gives an overview of the best approximation schemes for each regime. A detailed discussion of the carrier states in quantum dots is presented, including variational calculations, a configuration interaction approach, and quantum Monte Carlo techniques. Surface polarization instabilities are analyzed which lead to the self-trapping of carriers near the surface of the dots and the influence of spin-orbit coupling on the quantum-confined carrier states is discussed. The linear and nonlinear optical properties of small and large quantum dots are analyzed in detail, including transient optical nonlinearities photon echo and two-photon transitions. The influence of the quantum-dot size distribution in many realistic samples is outlined, including the analysis of quantum dot growth laws and universal size distributions. Phonons in quantum dots, as well as the influence of external electric or magnetic fields are discussed. The recent developments dealing with regular systems of quantum dots are reviewed, including a lattice model of quantum dots and quantum dot superlattices....

Quantum mechanics and quantum fields theory collection

17 August 2011

**Quantum mechanics and quantum fields theory collection**

English | PDF DJVU | Collection Book | 757.83 MB

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17 August 2011

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Quantum Information Processing and Quantum Error Correction: An Engineering Approach

3 November 2013

**Quantum Information Processing and Quantum Error Correction: An Engineering Approach **

English | ISBN: 0123854911 | 2013 | 512 pages | PDF | 7 MB

Quantum Information Processing and Quantum Error Correction is a self-contained, tutorial-based introduction to quantum information, quantum computation, and quantum error-correction. Assuming no knowledge of quantum mechanics and written at an intuitive level suitable for the engineer, the book gives all the essential principles needed to design and implement quantum electronic and photonic circuits. Numerous examples from a wide area of application are given to show how the principles can be implemented in practice.

3 November 2013

English | ISBN: 0123854911 | 2013 | 512 pages | PDF | 7 MB

Quantum Information Processing and Quantum Error Correction is a self-contained, tutorial-based introduction to quantum information, quantum computation, and quantum error-correction. Assuming no knowledge of quantum mechanics and written at an intuitive level suitable for the engineer, the book gives all the essential principles needed to design and implement quantum electronic and photonic circuits. Numerous examples from a wide area of application are given to show how the principles can be implemented in practice.

Geometry of Quantum States An Introduction to Quantum Entanglement

25 August 2010

**Geometry of Quantum States An Introduction to Quantum Entanglement**

Cambridge University Press | 2006-06-19 | ISBN: 0521814510 | 418 pages | PDF | 16 MB

Quantum information theory is at the frontiers of physics, mathematics and information science, offering a variety of solutions that are impossible using classical theory. This book provides an introduction to the key concepts used in processing quantum information and reveals that quantum mechanics is a generalisation of classical probability theory. After a gentle introduction to the necessary mathematics the authors describe the geometry of quantum state spaces. Focusing on finite dimensional Hilbert spaces, they discuss the statistical distance measures and entropies used in quantum theory.

25 August 2010

Cambridge University Press | 2006-06-19 | ISBN: 0521814510 | 418 pages | PDF | 16 MB

Quantum information theory is at the frontiers of physics, mathematics and information science, offering a variety of solutions that are impossible using classical theory. This book provides an introduction to the key concepts used in processing quantum information and reveals that quantum mechanics is a generalisation of classical probability theory. After a gentle introduction to the necessary mathematics the authors describe the geometry of quantum state spaces. Focusing on finite dimensional Hilbert spaces, they discuss the statistical distance measures and entropies used in quantum theory.

A Philosopher's Understanding of Quantum Mechanics: Possibilities and Impossibilities of a Modal Interpretation

21 December 2011

**A Philosopher's Understanding of Quantum Mechanics: Possibilities and Impossibilities of a Modal Interpretation**

Modal interpretations provide a general framework within which quantum mechanics can be considered as a theory that describes reality in terms of physical systems possessing definite properties. Modal interpretations are relatively new attempts to present quantum mechanics as a theory which, like other physical theories, describes an observer-independent reality. In this book, Pieter Vermaas details the results of this work. He provides both an accessible survey and a systematic reference work about how to understand quantum mechanics using a modal interpretation. The book will be of great value to undergraduates, graduate students and researchers in philosophy of science and physics departments with an interest in learning about modal interpretations of quantum mechanics....

21 December 2011

2000 | 308 | ISBN: 0521675677 , 0521651085 | PDF | 8 Mb

Modal interpretations provide a general framework within which quantum mechanics can be considered as a theory that describes reality in terms of physical systems possessing definite properties. Modal interpretations are relatively new attempts to present quantum mechanics as a theory which, like other physical theories, describes an observer-independent reality. In this book, Pieter Vermaas details the results of this work. He provides both an accessible survey and a systematic reference work about how to understand quantum mechanics using a modal interpretation. The book will be of great value to undergraduates, graduate students and researchers in philosophy of science and physics departments with an interest in learning about modal interpretations of quantum mechanics....