Ramsey Interference in One-Dimensional Systems: The Full Distribution Function of Fringe Contrast as a Probe of Many-Body Dynamics
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CitationKitagawa, Takuya, Susanne Pielawa, Adilet Imambekov, Jörg Schmiedmayer, Vladimir Gritsev, and Eugene A. Demler. 2010. Ramsey interference in one-dimensional systems: The full distribution function of fringe contrast as a probe of many-body dynamics. Physical Review Letters 104(25), 255302.
AbstractWe theoretically analyze Ramsey interference experiments in one-dimensional quasicondensates and obtain explicit expressions for the time evolution of full distribution functions of fringe contrast. We show that distribution functions contain unique signatures of the many-body mechanism of decoherence. We argue that Ramsey interference experiments provide a powerful tool for analyzing strongly correlated nature of 1D interacting systems.
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