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Integrating hidden information which is observed and the observer information regularities [article]

Vladimir S. Lerner
2014 arXiv   pre-print
The IN different levels unite logic of quantum micro- and macro- information processes, composing quantum and/or classical computation.  ...  Information path functional (IPF) integrates multiple hidden information contributions along the cutting process correlations in information units of cooperating doublets-triplets, bound by free information  ...  As the impulse cutoff enables dissolve the process correlations, it virtually cuts the connection of the process' couple states (at the cutting instance) that frees the maximal entropy of these that maximum  ... 
arXiv:1303.0777v3 fatcat:khrmm757efdideg5kvllzvvrum

Photon echo studies of photosynthetic light harvesting

Elizabeth L. Read, Hohjai Lee, Graham R. Fleming
2009 Photosynthesis Research  
Furthermore, 2D spectroscopy reveals structural information such as the relative orientations of coupled transitions. Both classes of experiments can be used to probe  ...  Photon echo peak shift spectroscopy can be used to determine the strength of coupling between a pigment and its surrounding environment including neighboring pigments and to quantify timescales of energy  ...  Open Access This article is distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution Noncommercial License which permits any noncommercial use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11120-009-9464-9 pmid:19590976 pmcid:PMC2744827 fatcat:jphfpmjwizcbnbhhdwp4n4veha

Coherence in Energy Transfer and Photosynthesis

Aurélia Chenu, Gregory D. Scholes
2015 Annual review of physical chemistry (Print)  
of energy transfer mechanisms.  ...  Insights into the microscopic process are presented to highlight how and why this is a challenging problem to elucidate.  ...  Otherwise, memory effects and nonequilibrium processes affect EET (18, 63; for a recent review of quantum non-Markovian process, see 127).  ... 
doi:10.1146/annurev-physchem-040214-121713 pmid:25493715 fatcat:yanthy3evjeb3enqglhu4omoky

Quantum optical implementation of quantum information processing [article]

J. I. Cirac, L. M. Duan, P. Zoller
2004 arXiv   pre-print
Zoller, in "Experimental Quantum Computation and Information" Proceedings of the International School of Physics "Enrico Fermi", Course CXLVIII, p. 263, edited by F. Di Martini and C.  ...  By popular request we post these old (from 2001) lecture notes of the Varenna Summer School Proceedings. The original was published as J. I. Cirac, L. M. Duan, and P.  ...  As a result of this effect, quantum information processing is made possible with much simplified experimental systems, such as atomic ensemble in weak-coupling cavities or even in free space.  ... 
arXiv:quant-ph/0405030v1 fatcat:beur2nsmdfhhpikqeoqcnd2uue

The impulse observations of random process generate information binding reversible micro and irreversible macro processes in Observer: regularities, limitations, and conditions of self-creation [article]

Vladimir S. Lerner
2016 arXiv   pre-print
Information is memorized entropy cutting in random observations which processing interactions. Randomness of various interactive observations is source of entropy as uncertainty.  ...  Observer probes collect cutting information data bits of observing frequencies impulses.  ...  processes of solidifications, casting technologies [95] , and electro-technologies [11] .  ... 
arXiv:1511.03601v3 fatcat:cjjonezmbfd2bn5yruq4o443pa

Quantum measurements between a single spin and a torsional nanomechanical resonator

B D'Urso, M V Gurudev Dutt, S Dhingra, N M Nusran
2011 New Journal of Physics  
While the motions of macroscopic objects must ultimately be governed by quantum mechanics, the distinctive features of quantum mechanics can be hidden or washed out by thermal excitations and coupling  ...  This coupling results in quantum non-demolition (QND) measurements of the oscillator and spin states, enabling a bridge between the quantum and classical worlds for a simple readout of the NV center spin  ...  This material is based on work supported by a DARPA Young Faculty Award under award no. N66001-10-1-4024 (BD), an NSF Faculty Early Career Development Award under award no.  ... 
doi:10.1088/1367-2630/13/4/045002 fatcat:y66bbdapmvdynaci36x2csyswy

Quantum tunnelling of the magnetisation in molecular nanomagnets

R. Sessoli
2003 EurophysicsNews  
This barrier can be crossed through a thermally activated process, but the presence of transverse anisotropy, or the application of a transverse field, can induce an underbarrier mechanism.  ...  "missing link" between the quantum word of paramagnetic metal centres and the classical one of magnetic particles.  ...  Acknowledgments I thank Bernard Barbara, Jonathan Friedman, Dante Gatteschi and Wolfgang Wernsdorfer who have enthusiastically pushed me to report here my personal view of our awarded research.  ... 
doi:10.1051/epn:2003201 fatcat:iw7gurlwmrf3zk2v4odxp6i5hy

About a possible path towards the reverse engineering of quantum mechanics [article]

Alberto Ottolenghi
2011 arXiv   pre-print
relativity - both in a possibly more modern way; such interconnection possibly having been a blocking factor to openly discuss some of the cross implications of alternative views about quantum mechanics  ...  of calibration of the measuring system - as such there is no intellectual conflict whatsoever between hidden variables theories and probabilistic interpretation, provided we consider multicomponent hidden  ...  There seems to be a number of supporting elements suggesting that it should be possible for quantum mechanics as a mathematical theory to be reversed engineered in the sense of hidden variables processes  ... 
arXiv:1111.5215v1 fatcat:3rfztrvcjva6lii6afpxvt6d4u

Characterization of the Three-Dimensional Free Energy Manifold for the Uracil Ribonucleoside from Asynchronous Replica Exchange Simulations

Brian K. Radak, Melissa Romanus, Tai-Sung Lee, Haoyuan Chen, Ming Huang, Antons Treikalis, Vivekanandan Balasubramanian, Shantenu Jha, Darrin M. York
2015 Journal of Chemical Theory and Computation  
In the present work, we explore this problem space by applying asynchronous Hamiltonian replica exchange molecular dynamics with a combined quantum mechanical/molecular mechanical potential to explore  ...  Replica exchange molecular dynamics has emerged as a powerful tool for efficiently sampling free energy landscapes for conformational and chemical transitions.  ...  A weak coupling between the coordinates connecting these states would imply that transitions between states are affected by, but do not directly involve, the orthogonal coordinate(s). Figure 2 .  ... 
doi:10.1021/ct500776j pmid:26580900 pmcid:PMC4745604 fatcat:zhjjbahhnrfabaqkuhebs437cm

Quantum Non-equilibrium Many-Body Spin-Photon Systems [article]

Fernando J. Gómez-Ruiz
2020 arXiv   pre-print
Our main results can be summarized as follows in three parts: Signature of Critical Dynamics, Driven Dicke Model as a Test-bed of Ultra-Strong Coupling, and Beyond the Kibble-Zurek Mechanism.  ...  In this Ph.D. thesis dissertation concerns the quantum dynamics of strongly-correlated quantum systems in out-of-equilibrium states.  ...  other when a transition between energy levels at an avoided crossing (a Landau-Zener transition) is crossed.  ... 
arXiv:2007.12215v2 fatcat:zh3jytz7rngqdl7u63zmv7a3jm

Collective mode at Lifshitz transition in iron-pnictide superconductors

J P Rodriguez
2016 Journal of Physics: Condensed Matter  
After tuning the Hund coupling to a putative quantum critical point (QCP) that separates a commensurate spin-density wave from a hidden-order antiferromagnet at half filling, we find an s-wave hole-pair  ...  A collective s-to-d-wave oscillation of the macroscopic superconductor that couples to orthorhombic shear strain is also identified.  ...  a hidden half metal state at weak Hund coupling [18] [19] [21] .  ... 
doi:10.1088/0953-8984/28/37/375701 pmid:27419913 fatcat:s5ekkzu4wrb2ppp6q5maqivtwa

Finite size effects and rotational relaxation in superfluid helium nanodroplets: Microwave-infrared double-resonance spectroscopy of cyanoacetylene

C. Callegari, I. Reinhard, K. K. Lehmann, G. Scoles, K. Nauta, R. E. Miller
2000 Journal of Chemical Physics  
Revisitation of previously collected microwave-microwave double-resonance data suggests that transitions between these states occur at a rate which is comparable to the rotational relaxation rate, but  ...  The results support a model in which ͑within any given rotational state͒ the guest molecules are distributed over a set of spectroscopically inequivalent states which are most likely "particle-in-a-box  ...  The different solvation energies associated with each ''particle-in-a-box'' state result in a slight frequency spread for the rotational transitions of the guest molecule, thus providing a mechanism for  ... 
doi:10.1063/1.1288604 fatcat:gxrlaaoofvedzjz7gl6h5udnl4

Mini-Proceedings ECT*: Speakable in quantum mechanics: atomic, nuclear and subnuclear physics tests [article]

C. Curceanu, J. Marton, E. Milotti
2011 arXiv   pre-print
Mini-Proceedings ECT*: Speakable in quantum mechanics: atomic, nuclear and subnuclear physics tests, ECT*-Trento, 29 August - 2 September, 2011  ...  Bohmian Mechanics is empirically equivalent to Quantum Mechanics, but much sharper in the formulation and as close to our intuition as a quantum theory could be.  ...  These features allow for a much better understanding of the quantum world than Quantum Mechanics does -as for Schrödinger's cat, the measurement problem, the origin of operators, etc. [4,5] -that could  ... 
arXiv:1112.1273v1 fatcat:t756kfrsqrg35p7edfekhd27be

Diamond integrated quantum photonics

Andrew D. Greentree, Barbara A. Fairchild, Faruque M. Hossain, Steven Prawer
2008 Materials Today  
For solid-state implementations of quantum information processing, the challenges (at the few qubit level) are essentially ones of materials and control.  ...  Diamond is a leading contender as the material of choice for the quantum computer industry. This potential arises mainly from the quantum properties of color centers in diamond.  ...  The continuous generation of a two-dimensional cluster state would be extremely useful as it avoids many of the problems associated with probabilistic cluster state generation, including quantum memory  ... 
doi:10.1016/s1369-7021(08)70176-7 fatcat:vmuqjghq5jcjnhc7h3plbbqj7q

Entanglement and Phase-Mediated Correlations in Quantum Field Theory. Application to Brain-Mind States

Shantena A. Sabbadini, Giuseppe Vitiello
2019 Applied Sciences  
The entanglement phenomenon plays a central role in quantum optics and in basic aspects of quantum mechanics and quantum field theory.  ...  We review the dissipative quantum model of brain and the role of the entanglement in the brain-mind activity correlation and in the formation of assemblies of coherently-oscillating neurons, which are  ...  We do not discuss entanglement in the SU(2) coherent state, in the case of superconductors, in the neutrino mixing and oscillation, neither in the case of cosmology, nor in theoretical computer science  ... 
doi:10.3390/app9153203 fatcat:p52ljcegojfifjc75tixhsvk6m
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