Cambridge Core – Quantum Physics, Quantum Information and Quantum Computation – Quantum Mechanics – by Gennaro Auletta. Gennaro Auletta is an Italian philosopher of science actively involved in scientific research. He is an internationally acknowledged expert in quantum mechanics. Why another textbook on quantum mechanics? More than years after its foundation has been laid, quantum mechanics is a very.
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A strong narrative, and over worked problems lead the student from experiment, through general principles of the theory, to modern applications. Stepping through results allows students to gain a thorough understanding. Starting with basic quantum mech The important changes quantum mechanics has undergone in recent years are reflected in this new approach for students.
Starting mecjanics basic quantum mechanics, the book moves on to mechanivs advanced theory, followed by applications, perturbation methods and special fields, and ending with new developments in the field. Historical, mathematical, and philosophical boxes guide the student through the theory. Unique to this textbook are chapters on measurement and quantum optics, both at the forefront of current research.
Advanced undergraduate and graduate students will benefit from this new perspective on the fundamental physical paradigm and its applications. Online resources including solutions to selected problems, and figures, with color versions of some figures, are available online.
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The book is more like a collection of disparate abstract formalisms and results, each of which you can probably find a mechancs presentation somewhere else.
Here is a sample of thoughts that I have while reading this book: Why is “Quantum tomography” in an entirely separate chapter? Why is there only homodyne measurements of t The selection of topics are diverse and modern but the presentation is not great.
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Why is there only homodyne measurements of the Wigner function in “Quantum tomography” and no heterodyne measurements or general POVM? Why “Qubits” has its own section in “Quantum information and quantum computation” when they’re defined as nothing but two-level systems?
Actually there is a deeper operational definition that can be given using Schumacher’s compression. With so many topics that this book covers, it has the potential to bring them all together into a unified modern understanding of quantum mechanics. But Auletta et al. Quantum Processes, Systems, and Information is much better at integrating advanced topics such as quantum information and quantum computing, POVM, quantum open systems, and thermodynamics to the core understanding of quantum mechanics.
The first two chapters of Quantum Measurement and Control provide a more complete framework for quantum measurements. I remember finding original paper Auletta et al. And quantum optics are probably better presented in Curiously, these various topics do come together in Auletta’s interpretation of quantum mechanics in his book, Quantum Mechanics for Thinkers. Roopam Sinha rated it really liked it Aug 25, Luka Pavelic rated it liked it Jul 20, Baser rated it it was amazing Sep 24, Lisa Kotowski rated it it was amazing Jul 17, Jovany Agathe rated it really liked it Sep 28, Eduardo added it Mar 09, Martina marked it as to-read Nov 26, Wikimedia Italia added it Dec 31, Scott Weeks marked it as to-read Apr 02, Eli marked it as to-read Mar 21, Dhandayutha marked it as to-read Apr 15, Silvio Barri added it Nov 04, Omar Al Hathaf marked it as to-read Jan 03, Hawra’3 Alhumoud marked it as to-read Jul 11, Adnan added it Aug 14, Marta added it Feb 17, Evan marked it as to-read Mar 11, Maya Egao is currently reading it May 10, Dave added it Jan 07, Mohammad Nourbakhsh added it Jan 17, Elizabeth Aedyn River marked it as to-read Mar 07, William Anselmi marked it as to-read Oct 02, Mohamed IBrahim marked it as to-read Nov 11, Shaun Zhang marked it as to-read Oct 18, There are no discussion topics on this book yet.
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