文件名： A Guide to Experiments in quantum optics.djvu
作者：Bachor H.-A., Ralph T.C.
"...I find it extremely useful and timely, for all the people who have received a solid education in classical optics and who feel the need to understand "what's going on" in quantum optics, what means "below the standard quantum limit" etc... I like very much your approach of starting from experimental schemes. One of the great qualities of this book is that it is "self-contained": the theoretical tools necessary to understand the experiments are given in a concise and useful way. I will recommend it to those of my students who look for an "hands on" introduction to quantum optics."
Alain Aspect, Ecole Polytechnique, Orsay, France
From the first Edition:
"Compared to other books on this topic starting with theoretical background the stress here is put on the actual experiments and the underlying physics is explained in the intuitive way."
V. Burjan jun (Praha)
Zentralblatt für Mathematik, 27/2000
"The book focuses on a series of quantum optics experiments and what can be learnt from them. It provides a practical background in opto-electronics."
ASLIB Book Guide, Vol. 63, No. 11, 1998
This particular book therefore comes as a somewhat refreshing change. Indeed it satisfies a need for a book which describes actual experiments with their limitations and at the same time providing accessible theoretical explanation. ... I certainly recommend postgraduate students in quantum optics to obtain access to this book.
D. T. Pegg, Griffith University
Australian & New Zealand Physicist, Vol. 35, Number 4, 1998
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