Tracklist: 1. Huang Ruo: Drama Theater #2, "Shifting Shades"  Part 1 2. Huang Ruo: Drama Theater #2, "Shifting Shades"  Part 2 3. Huang Ruo: Drama Theater #2, "Shifting Shades"  Part 3 4. Huang Ruo: Drama Theater #3, "Written On The Wind" 5. Huang Ruo: Drama Theater #4, "To The Four Corners"  Scene 1 6. Huang Ruo: Drama Theater #4, "To The Four Corners"  Scene 2 7. Huang Ruo: String Quartet #1, "The Three Tenses"
Topic: Other Classical
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Qing Lin; Bing He; Liu Yang; Min Xiao
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We present a study on how to realize the widely interested optomechanical entanglement at high temperature. Unlike the majority of the previous experimental and theoretical researches that consider the entanglement of a mechanical resonator with a cavity field created by reddetuned continuouswave or bluedetuned pulsed driving field, we find that applying bluedetuned continuouswave pump field to cavity optomechanical systems can achieve considerable degrees of quantum entanglement, which is...
Topic: Quantum Physics
Source: http://arxiv.org/abs/1704.05445
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Yiqi Zhang; Hua Zhong; Milivoj R. Belić; Noor Ahmed; Yanpeng Zhang; Min Xiao
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We investigate the propagation of onedimensional and twodimensional (1D, 2D) Gaussian beams in the fractional Schr\"odinger equation (FSE) without a potential, analytically and numerically. Without chirp, a 1D Gaussian beam splits into two nondiffracting Gaussian beams during propagation, while a 2D Gaussian beam undergoes conical diffraction. When a Gaussian beam carries linear chirp, the 1D beam deflects along the trajectories $z=\pm2(xx_0)$, which are independent of the chirp. In the...
Topics: Optics, Physics
Source: http://arxiv.org/abs/1512.08671
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Bing He; Liu Yang; Zhaoyang Zhang; Min Xiao
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We study the coupled even number of microcavities with the balanced gain and loss between any pair of their neighboring components. The effective nonHermitian Hamiltonian for such structure has the cyclic permutationtime symmetry with respect to the cavity modes, and this symmetry determines the patterns of the dynamical evolutions of the cavity modes. The systems also have multiple exceptional points for the degeneracy of the existing supermodes, exhibiting the "phase transition"...
Topic: Quantum Physics
Source: http://arxiv.org/abs/1501.07883
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Hua Zhong; Yiqi Zhang; Yi Zhu; Da Zhang; Changbiao Li; Yanpeng Zhang; Fuli Li; Milivoj R. Belić; Min Xiao
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We report on transport properties of the superhoneycomb lattice, the band structure of which possesses a flat band and Dirac cones, according to the tightbinding approximation. This superhoneycomb model combines the honeycomb lattice and the Lieb lattice and displays the properties of both. The superhoneycomb lattice also represents a hybrid fermionic and bosonic system, which is rarely seen in nature. By choosing the phases of input beams properly, the flatband mode of the superhoneycomb...
Topics: Optics, Physics
Source: http://arxiv.org/abs/1608.06365
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Liu, ChengFei; Liu, ShuYan; Min, XiaoYun; Ji, YuanYuan; Wang, Na; Liu, Dan; Ma, Ning; Li, ZongFang; Li, Ke
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This article is from PLoS ONE , volume 9 . Abstract Objective: Recent reports have shown that CXC chemokine receptor 4 (CXCR4) is expressed in ovarian cancer and plays an important role in metastasis. However, the prognostic value of CXCR4 in ovarian cancer remains controversial and has not been emphasized. The aim of this study is to evaluate the prognostic significance of CXCR4 in ovarian cancer by performing a metaanalysis. Methods: We systematically searched for studies evaluating the...
Source: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3962452
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Haibin Wu; Min Xiao; J. GeaBanacloche
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We have observed CW lasing without inversion in a gas of hot rubidium atoms in an optical cavity under conditions of electromagneticallyinduced transparency (EIT). The medium is pumped coherently and resonantly by a single ``coupling'' beam which also produces EIT in the lasing transition. The steadystate intensity exhibits thresholds as a function of the atomic density and the strength of the coupling beam. A theoretical model for an effective threelevel lambda system indicates that gain...
Source: http://arxiv.org/abs/0806.3993v1
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Bing He; ShuBin Yan; Jing Wang; Min Xiao
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It is generally difficult to study the dynamical properties of a quantum system with both inherent quantum noises and nonperturbative nonlinearity. Due to the possibly drastic intensity increase of an input coherent light in the gainloss waveguide couplers with paritytime (PT) symmetry, the Kerr effect from a nonlinearity added into the systems can be greatly enhanced, and is expected to create the macroscopic entangled states of the output light fields with huge photon numbers. Meanwhile,...
Topic: Quantum Physics
Source: http://arxiv.org/abs/1408.0565
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Bing He; Liu Yang; Min Xiao
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Effective transition between the populationinverted optical eigenmodes of two coupled microcavities carrying mechanical oscillation realizes a phonon analogue of optical twolevel laser. By providing an approach that linearizes the dynamical equations of weak nonlinear systems without relying on their steady states, we study such phonon laser action as a realistic dynamical process, which exhibits timedependent stimulated phonon field amplification especially when one of the cavities is added...
Topic: Quantum Physics
Source: http://arxiv.org/abs/1609.00075
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Jianming Wen; Shengwang Du; Huanyang Chen; Min Xiao
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By modulating transmission function of a weak probe field via a strong control standing wave, an electromagnetically induced grating can be created in the probe channel. Such a nonmaterial grating may lead to selfimaging of ultracold atoms or molecules in the Fresnel nearfield regime. This work may offer a nondestructive and lensless way to image ultracold atoms or molecules.
Source: http://arxiv.org/abs/1101.4880v1
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Liu Yang; Bing He; JinHui Wu; Zhaoyang Zhang; Min Xiao
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Stopping and regenerating a pair of singlephoton pulses at adjacent locations in coherently prepared Rydberg atomic ensembles are significantly affected by their effective interaction mediated by Rydberg excitations, and the similar processes can differ notably from the one exhibiting the common Rydberg blockade as with the stationary propagation of multiphoton light beams in the same medium. Based on the complete dynamics, we reveal the detailed features in such processes by finding how the...
Topic: Quantum Physics
Source: http://arxiv.org/abs/1508.01463
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Chen Yi; Joyce Lindorff; Manhattan Quartet; Min Xiao Fen; New Music Consort; New York New Music Ensemble; Rao Lan
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Tracklist: 1. Sparkle  New Music Consort 2. Song in Winter  Joyce Lindorff 3. Qi  New Music Consort 4. Duo Ye  Min Xiao Fen 5. Shuo  Manhattan Quartet 6. As in a Dream  Rao Lan 7. Near Distance  New York New Music Ensemble
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Haibin Wu; Min Xiao
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We investigate a hybrid optomechanical system in which a membrane oscillator is coupled to a collective spin of ground states of an intracavity $\Lambda$type threelevel atomic medium. The cavity field response is greatly modified by atomic coherence and the anomalous dispersion generated by two Raman pumping beams near twophoton resonance. The optomechanical interaction, therefore radiation pressure force, is substantially enhanced due to superluminal propagation of photons in the cavity....
Topics: Physics, Quantum Physics, Atomic Physics, Optics
Source: http://arxiv.org/abs/1407.3614
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Min, Xiao; Na, Zhang; Yanan, Liu; Chunrui, Li
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This article is from Journal of Hematology & Oncology , volume 4 . Abstract Acute megakaryoblastic leukemia (AMKL) is a type of acute myeloid leukemia (AML), in which majority of the blasts are megakaryoblastic. De novo AMKL in adulthood is rare, and carries very poor prognosis. We here report a 45yearold woman with de novo AMKL with BCR/ABL rearrangement and der(16)t(1;16)(q21;q23) translocation but negative for t(9;22) Ph chromosome. Upon induction chemotherapy consisting of...
Source: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3228666
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Ai Jing; Bai Hong; Cui Jian; Gong Chio Xia; Hang on the Box; Kin Taii; Li Xiang Lan; Liu Fang; Farhan Sabbagh; Min XiaoFen; Silk Road Music; Sinkiang Uighur Autonomous Region, Song & Dance Ensemble; Tats Lau; Tse Chun Yan; Urna; Wu Xing; Yao Gongbai; Zheng Jun Mian; Li Hong
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Tracklist: 1. Yi Wu Suo You (Nothing to My Name)  Cui Jian 2. Silaihuar  Urna 3. Jiu Kuang "The Drinking Song"  Yao Gongbai 4. Wo Yao Hui Jia (I Want to Go Home)  Bai Hong 5. My 1997  Ai Jing 6. Stone Forest Nocturne  Min XiaoFen 7. Hong Niang Hui Zhang Sheng  Zheng Jun Mian; Li Hong 8. Shananxi Air  Silk Road Music 9. Yellow Banana  Hang on the Box 10. Nocturnal Light  Kin Taii 11. Lan Guei Ji Ji  Li Xiang Lan 12. The Green Brook Running  Tse Chun Yan 13. Tirik Bostan ...
Topic: Compilation
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Yiqi Zhang; Hua Zhong; Milivoj R. Belić; Xing Liu; Weiping Zhong; Yanpeng Zhang; Min Xiao
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We demonstrate the dual accelerating AiryTalbot recurrence effect, i.e., the selfimaging of accelerating optical beams, by propagating a superposition of Airy beams with successively changing transverse displacements. The dual AiryTalbot effect is a spontaneous recurring imaging of the input and of the input with alternating component signs. It results from the constructive interference of Airy wave functions, which is also responsible for other kinds of Airy beams, for example, Airy...
Topics: Optics, Physics
Source: http://arxiv.org/abs/1510.05856
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Saeid VashahriGhamsari; Bing He; Min Xiao
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We study a proposal of generating macroscopic continuousvariable entanglement with two coupled waveguides respectively carrying optical damping and optical gain. Moreover, a squeezing element is added into one or both waveguides. We show that quantum noise effect existing in the process is essential to the degree of the generated entanglement. It will totally eliminate the entanglement in the setup of adding the squeezing element into the waveguide filled with optical damping material, but...
Topic: Quantum Physics
Source: http://arxiv.org/abs/1612.03996
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Various Artists; Jiebing ChenErhHu; Kyaw Kyaw NaingPat Waing; Min Xiao; Pat Waing Let Swan Pya; Saddam Ai Thar; Sang WonPark Kayagum; Shoko HikageKoto
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Tracklist: 1. Bonus Track (Accidental Music)  Kyaw Kyaw NaingPat Waing 2. Enchanting Lake Of The Elephant  Saddam Ai Thar 3. Improvisation On The Pat Waing  Pat Waing Let Swan Pya 4. The Flowing River  Jiebing ChenErhHu 5. On The Way Home  Jiebing ChenErhHu 6. Zukkoke  Shoko HikageKoto 7. Whispering In Woods  Shoko HikageKoto 8. Ambush From All Sides  Min Xiao 9. Big Waves Surge Towards The Shore  Min Xiao 10. Palmistry (Far East Side Band)  Sang WonPark Kayagum 11. Raag...
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We present an experimental demonstration of simultaneous abovethreshold oscillations of the Stokes and antiStokes fields together with the single pumping beam with rubidium atoms inside an optical standingwave cavity. The triple resonant conditions can be achieved easily by making use of the large dispersions due to twophoton transitions in the threelevel atomic system. This work provides a way to achieve high efficient nonlinear frequency conversion and the generated bright Stokes and...
Source: http://arxiv.org/abs/1001.0291v1
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Yiqi Zhang; Xing Liu; Milivoj R. Belić; Weiping Zhong; Yanpeng Zhang; Min Xiao
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Dynamics of wavepackets in fractional Schrodinger equation is still an open problem. The difficulty stems from the fact that the fractional Laplacian derivative is essentially a nonlocal operator. We investigate analytically and numerically the propagation of optical beams in fractional Schr\"odinger equation with a harmonic potential. We find that the propagation of one and twodimensional (1D, 2D) input chirped Gaussian beams is not harmonic. In 1D, the beam propagates along a zigzag...
Topics: Quantum Physics, Optics, Physics
Source: http://arxiv.org/abs/1510.05806
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Jianming Wen; Yanhua Zhai; Shengwang Du; Min Xiao
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We propose to shape biphoton wave packets with an electromagnetically induced grating in a fourlevel double$\Lambda$ cold atomic system. We show that the induced hybrid grating plays an essential role in directing the new fields into different angular positions, especially to the zerothorder diffraction. A number of interesting features appear in the shaped twophoton waveforms. For example, broadening or narrowing the spectrum would be possible in the proposed scheme even without the use of...
Source: http://arxiv.org/abs/1010.2813v1
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Yiqi Zhang; Hua Zhong; Milivoj R. Belić; Yi Zhu; Weiping Zhong; Yanpeng Zhang; Demetrios N. Christodoulides; Min Xiao
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We investigate the fractional Schr\"odinger equation with a periodic $\mathcal{PT}$symmetric potential. In the inverse space, the problem transfers into a firstorder nonlocal frequencydelay partial differential equation. We show that at a critical point, the band structure becomes linear and symmetric in the onedimensional case, which results in a nondiffracting propagation and conical diffraction of input beams. If only one channel in the periodic potential is excited, adjacent...
Topics: Optics, Physics
Source: http://arxiv.org/abs/1603.08345
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Yiqi Zhang; Yaroslav V. Kartashov; Feng Li; Zhaoyang Zhang; Yanpeng Zhang; Milivoj R. Belić; Min Xiao
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We address edge states and rich localization regimes available in the onedimensional (1D) dynamically modulated superlattices, both theoretically and numerically. In contrast to conventional lattices with straight waveguides, the quasienergy band of infinite modulated superlattice is periodic not only in the transverse Bloch momentum, but it also changes periodically with increase of the coupling strength between waveguides. Due to collapse of quasienergy bands dynamical superlattices admit...
Topics: Optics, Physics
Source: http://arxiv.org/abs/1703.08938
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Yiqi Zhang; Hua Zhong; Milivoj R. Belić; Changbiao Li; Zhaoyang Zhang; Feng Wen; Yanpeng Zhang; Min Xiao
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We demonstrate the fractional Talbot effect of nonpraxial accelerating beams, theoretically and numerically. It is based on the interference of nonparaxial accelerating solutions of the Helmholtz equation in two dimensions. The effect originates from the interfering lobes of a superposition of the solutions that accelerate along concentric semicircular trajectories with different radii. Talbot images form along certain central angles, which are referred to as the Talbot angles. The fractional...
Topics: Optics, Physics
Source: http://arxiv.org/abs/1603.08339
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Da Zhang; Yiqi Zhang; Zhaoyang Zhang; Noor Ahmed; Yanpeng Zhang; Fuli Li; Milivoj R. Belić; Min Xiao
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We establish a link between the fractional Schr\"odinger equation (FSE) and light propagation in the honeycomb lattice (HCL)  the DiracWeyl equation (DWE). The fractional Laplacian in FSE causes a modulation of the dispersion relation of the system, which in the limiting case becomes linear. In the HCL, the dispersion relation is already linear around the Dirac point, suggesting a possible connection with the FSE. Here, we demonstrate this connection by describing light propagation in...
Topics: Optics, Physics
Source: http://arxiv.org/abs/1610.02597
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Liu Yang; Bing He; JinHui Wu; Zhaoyang Zhang; Min Xiao
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The understanding of dynamical evolutions of interacting photon pulses in Rydberg atomic ensemble is the prerequisite for realizing quantum devices with such system. We present an approach that efficiently simulates the dynamical processes, using a set of local functions we construct to reflect the profiles of narrowband pulses. For two counterpropagating photon pulses, our approach predicts the distinct phenomena from the widely concerned Rydberg blockade to the previously less noticed...
Topic: Quantum Physics
Source: http://arxiv.org/abs/1609.01757
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Jing Zhang; Chenguang Ye; Feng Gao; Min Xiao
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Squeezed vacuum field can be amplified or deamplified when it is injected, as the signal beam, into a phasesensitive optical parametric amplifier (OPA) inside an optical cavity. The spectral features of the reflected quantized signal field are controlled by the relative phase between the injected squeezed vacuum field and the pump field for the OPA. The experimental results demonstrate coherent phenomena of OPA in the quantum regime, and show phasesensitive manipulations of quantum...
Source: http://arxiv.org/abs/0811.0161v1
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Xudong Yu; Dezhi Xiong; Haixia Chen; Pengjun Wang; Min Xiao; Jing Zhang
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Multinormalmode splitting peaks are experimentally observed in a system with Dopplerbroadened twolevel atoms inside a relatively long optical cavity. In this system, the atomscavity interaction can reach the ``superstrong coupling" condition with atomscavity coupling strength $g\sqrt{N}$ to be near or larger than the cavity freespectral range $\Delta_{FSR}$. In such case, normalmode splitting can occur in many cavity longitudinal modes to generate the multinormalmode splitting...
Source: http://arxiv.org/abs/0906.1129v1
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Andreas Muller; Edward B. Flagg; Pablo Bianucci; Xiaoyong Wang; Dennis G. Deppe; Wenquan Ma; Jiayu Zhang; Min Xiao; Gregory J. Salamo; ChihKang Shih
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We show that resonance fluorescence, i.e. the resonant emission of a coherently driven twolevel system, can be realized with a semiconductor quantum dot. The dot is embedded in a planar optical microcavity and excited in a waveguide mode so as to discriminate its emission from residual laser scattering. The transition from the weak to the strong excitation regime is characterized by the emergence of oscillations in the firstorder correlation function of the fluorescence, g(t), as measured...
Source: http://arxiv.org/abs/0707.0656v1
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Bing He; A. V. Sharypov; Jiteng Sheng; Christoph Simon; Min Xiao
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We study the interaction of two photons in a Rydberg atomic ensemble under the condition of electromagnetically induced transparency, combining a semiclassical approach for pulse propagation and a complete quantum treatment for quantum state evolution. We find that the blockade regime is not suitable for implementing photonphoton crossphase modulation due to pulse absorption and dispersion. However, approximately ideal crossphase modulation can be realized based on relatively weak...
Topic: Quantum Physics
Source: http://arxiv.org/abs/1401.1540
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Yiqi Zhang; Zhenkun Wu; Milivoj R. Belić; Huaibin Zheng; Zhiguo Wang; Min Xiao; Yanpeng Zhang
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We demonstrate the photonic Floquet topological insulator (PFTI) in an atomic vapor with nonlinear susceptibilities. The interference of three coupling fields splits the energy levels periodically to form a periodic refractive index structure with honeycomb symmetry that can be adjusted by the choice of frequency detunings and intensities of the coupling fields, which all affect the appearance of Dirac cones in the momentum space. When the honeycomb lattice sites are helically ordered along the...
Topics: Physics, Optics
Source: http://arxiv.org/abs/1411.3048
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Yiqi Zhang; Milivoj R. Belić; Changbiao Li; Zhaoyang Zhang; Yanpeng Zhang; Min Xiao
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We report two new classes of facecentered photonic square lattices with flat bands which we call the LiebI and the LiebII lattices. There are 5 and 7 sites in the corresponding unit cells of the simplest LiebI and LiebII lattices, respectively. The number of flat bands $m$ in the new Lieb lattices is related to the number of sites $N$ in the unit cell by $m=(N1)/2$. Physical properties of the lattices with even and odd number of flat bands are different. We also consider localization of...
Topics: Optics, Physics
Source: http://arxiv.org/abs/1605.04389
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KaiHong Luo; Jianming Wen; XiHao Chen; Qian Liu; Min Xiao; LingAn Wu
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The secondorder Talbot effect is analyzed for a periodic object illuminated by entangled photon pairs in both the quantum imaging and quantum lithography configurations. The Klyshko picture is applied to describe the quantum imaging scheme, in which selfimages of the object that may or may not be magnified can be observed nonlocally in the photon coincidences but not in the singles count rate. In the quantum lithography setup, we find that the secondorder Talbot length is half that of the...
Source: http://arxiv.org/abs/0909.4382v1