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Author(s): M. Cerezo, R. Rossignoli, and N. CanosaWe discuss ground-state factorization schemes in spin S arrays with general quadratic couplings under general magnetic fields, not necessarily uniform … - Correlation transfer in large-spin chains

Author(s): I. F. Valtierra, J. L. Romero, and A. B. KlimovIt is shown that transient spin-spin correlations in a one-dimensional spin S≫1 chain can be enhanced for initially factorized and individuall … - Wire recycling for quantum circuit optimization

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Author(s): Sofia Ribeiro and Hugo TerçasWe propose a scheme to actively cool the fundamental flexural (out-of-plane) mode of a graphene sheet via vacuum forces. Our setup consists of a cold-atom cloud … - Collapse and revival of the monopole mode of a degenerate Bose gas in an isotropic harmonic trap

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Author(s): E. A. Yakshina, D. B. Tretyakov, I. I. Beterov, V. M. Entin, C. Andreeva, A. Cinins, A. Markovski, Z. Iftikhar, A. Ekers, and I. I. RyabtsevThe observation of the Stark-tuned Förster resona … - Nonsequential two-photon absorption from the K shell in solid zirconium

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Author(s): Weifeng Yang, Huatang Zhang, Cheng Lin, Jingwen Xu, Zhihao Sheng, Xiaohong Song, Shilin Hu, and Jing ChenWe analyze the two-dimensional photoelectron momentum distribution of an Ar atom ion … - Supersolid phases of dipolar fermions in a two-dimensional-lattice bilayer array

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Author(s): Silvio Savoia, Giuseppe Castaldi, and Vincenzo GaldiFollowing up on previous studies on parity-time-symmetric gain-loss bilayers, and inspired by formal analogies with plasmonic waveguides, … - Bound states and entanglement generation in waveguide quantum electrodynamics

Author(s): Paolo Facchi, M. S. Kim, Saverio Pascazio, Francesco V. Pepe, Domenico Pomarico, and Tommaso TufarelliWe investigate the behavior of two quantum emitters (two-level atoms) embedded in a lin … - Applications of the Fokker-Planck equation in circuit quantum electrodynamics

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Author(s): Alexander Roth and Klemens HammererSuperradiant lasers based on atomic ensembles exhibiting ultranarrow optical transitions can emit light of unprecedented spectral purity and may serve as … - Special relativity in a discrete quantum universe

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Author(s): Eylee Jung and DaeKil ParkWe introduce two tangle-based four-party entanglement measures t_{1} and t_{2}, and two negativity-based measures n_{1} and n_{2}, which are derived from the monog … - Converting separable conditions to entanglement-breaking conditions

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Author(s): Moorad AlexanianWe use the exact calculation of the quantum mechanical, temporal characteristic function χ(η) and the degree of second-order coherence g^{(2)}(τ) for a single-mode, degenera … - Sticking transition in a minimal model for the collisions of active particles in quantum fluids

Author(s): Vishwanath Shukla, Marc Brachet, and Rahul PanditParticles of low velocity, traveling without dissipation in a superfluid, can interact and emit sound when they collide. We propose a minima … - Detecting dimensional crossover and finite Hilbert space through entanglement entropies

Author(s): Mariano Garagiola, Eloisa Cuestas, Federico M. Pont, Pablo Serra, and Omar OsendaThe information content of the two-particle one- and two-dimensional Calogero model is studied by using the … - Nonideal quantum measurement effects on the switching-current distribution of Josephson junctions

Author(s): Vincenzo Pierro and Giovanni FilatrellaThe quantum character of Josephson junctions is ordinarily revealed through the analysis of the switching currents, i.e., the current at which a finit … - Lindblad decoherence in atomic clocks

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Author(s): Daniel Pęcak and Tomasz SowińskiThe ground-state properties of a few spin-1/2 fermions with different masses and interacting via short-range contact forces are studied within an exact diago ... - Signifying the nonlocality of NOON states using Einstein-Podolsky-Rosen steering inequalities

Author(s): R. Y. Teh, L. Rosales-Zárate, B. Opanchuk, and M. D. ReidWe construct Einstein-Podolsky-Rosen (EPR) steering signatures for the nonlocality of the entangled superposition state described by ... - Tomographic reconstruction of time-bin-entangled qudits

Author(s): Samantha J. Nowierski, Neal N. Oza, Prem Kumar, and Gregory S. KanterWe describe an experimental implementation to generate and measure high-dimensional time-bin-entangled qudits. Two-photo ... - Liquid-state paramagnetic relaxation from first principles

Author(s): Jyrki Rantaharju and Juha VaaraWe simulate nuclear and electron spin relaxation rates in a paramagnetic system from first principles. Sampling a molecular dynamics trajectory with quantum-c ... - Twisted spin vortices in a spin-1 Bose-Einstein condensate with Rashba spin-orbit coupling and dipole-dipole interaction

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Author(s): Oluwafemi S. Ojambati, John T. Hosmer-Quint, Klaas-Jan Gorter, Allard P. Mosk, and Willem L. VosThe recent advent of wave-shaping methods has demonstrated the focusing of light through and ... - Implications of a zero-nonlinearity wavelength in photonic crystal fibers doped with silver nanoparticles

Author(s): Surajit Bose, Ambaresh Sahoo, Rik Chattopadhyay, Samudra Roy, Shyamal K. Bhadra, and Govind P. AgrawalPhotonic crystal fibers doped with silver nanoparticles exhibit a Kerr nonlinearity tha ... - Non-Markovianity in atom-surface dispersion forces

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Author(s): T. J. VolkoffWe derive families of optimal and near-optimal probe states for quantum estimation of the coupling constants of a general two-mode number-conserving bosonic Hamiltonian describ ... - Triplet pair amplitude in a trapped s-wave superfluid Fermi gas with broken spin rotation symmetry. II. Three-dimensional continuum case

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Author(s): Luis Morales-Inostroza and Rodrigo A. VicencioWe develop a simple and general method to construct arbitrary flat-band lattices. We identify the basic ingredients behind zero-dispersion band … - Nonconvexity of private capacity and classical environment-assisted capacity of a quantum channel

Author(s): David Elkouss and Sergii StrelchukThe capacity of classical channels is convex. This is not the case for the quantum capacity of a channel: The capacity of a mixture of different quantum ch … - Deterministic light focusing in space and time through multiple scattering media with a time-resolved transmission matrix approach

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Author(s): Xiangji Cai (蔡祥吉) and Yujun Zheng (郑雨军)We investigate theoretically the dynamical dephasing of a quantum system induced by non-Markovian noise in a nonequilibrium environment. We derive the … - Master equation for high-precision spectroscopy

Author(s): Andreas Alexander Buchheit and Giovanna MorigiThe progress in high-precision spectroscopy requires one to verify the accuracy of theoretical models, such as the master equation describing s … - Inability of the entropy vector method to certify nonclassicality in linelike causal structures

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Author(s): Gen Kimura, Junji Ishiguro, and Makoto FukuiGeneral probabilistic theories are designed to provide operationally the most general probabilistic models including both classical and quantum t … - Benchmarking of dynamically corrected gates for the exchange-only spin qubit in a 1/f noise environment

Author(s): Chengxian Zhang, Xu-Chen Yang, and Xin WangWe study theoretically the responses of the dynamically corrected gates to time-dependent noises in the exchange-only spin-qubit system. We consid … - Tensor eigenvalues and entanglement of symmetric states

Author(s): F. Bohnet-Waldraff, D. Braun, and O. GiraudTensor eigenvalues and eigenvectors have been introduced in the recent mathematical literature as a generalization of the usual matrix eigenvalues … - Calculation of differential cross section for dielectronic recombination with two-electron uranium

Author(s): K. N. Lyashchenko and O. Yu. AndreevCalculation of the differential cross section for the dielectronic recombination with two-electron uranium within the framework of QED is presented. The … - Keldysh parameter, photoionization adiabaticity, and the tunneling time

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Author(s): Hyunoo Shim and Thomas BergemanA binary mixture of interacting Bose-Einstein condensates (BEC) in the presence of fragmentation-driving external lattice potentials forms two interdependent … - Parametric amplification of light in a cavity with a moving dielectric membrane: Landau-Zener problem for the Maxwell field

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Author(s): Pengji Ding, Eduardo Oliva, Aurélien Houard, André Mysyrowicz, and Yi LiuWe investigate the dynamics of cavity-free lasing from neutral nitrogen molecules in femtosecond laser filaments. An … - Complementary weak-value amplification with concatenated postselections

Author(s): Gerardo I. Viza, Julián Martínez-Rincón, Wei-Tao Liu, and John C. HowellWe measure a transverse momentum kick in a Sagnac interferometer using weak-value amplification with two postselectio …