Fermion- and Spin-Counting in Strongly Correlated Systems
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CitationBraungardt, Sibylle, Aditi De, Ujjwal Sen, Roy J. Glauber, and Maciej Lewenstein. 2008. Fermion- and spin-counting in strongly correlated systems. Physical Review A 78(6): 063613.
AbstractWe apply the atom counting theory to strongly correlated Fermi systems and spin models, which can be realized with ultracold atoms. The counting distributions are typically sub-Poissonian and remain smooth at quantum phase transitions, but their moments exhibit critical behavior, and characterize quantum statistical properties of the system. Moreover, more detailed characterizations are obtained with experimentally feasible spatially resolved counting distributions.
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