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Computational sciences Conferences Open KIAS School on Quantum Information Science 2014
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Complementarity: From quantum eraser to duality relations (Lec. 3)
SPEAKER  |  Suhail Zubairy
INSTITUTE  |  Texas A&M
DATE  |  July 8(Tue), 2014
TIME  |  13:30
PLACE  |  고등과학원 국제회의실 (1호관 1층)
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ABSTRACT  |  The complementarity principle, developed and introduced by Bohr in 1927, is fundamentally important in quantum theory, which predicts that a quantum system may exhibit different properties based on different measurement schemes. As the most typical example of complementarity, wave-particle duality has attracted much attention since the early days of quantum theory. The complementarity of a single photon’s particlelike andwavelike behaviors can be described by an inequality involving the path distinguishability and the fringe visibility. In this talk, we shall discuss these relations and generalize this duality relation to the multiphoton case, where two concepts, higher-order distinguishability and higher-order fringe visibility, are introduced to quantify the higher-order particlelike and wavelike behaviors of multiphotons.
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