Approximate evolution for a system composed by two coupled Jaynes–Cummings Hamiltonians

  title={Approximate evolution for a system composed by two coupled Jaynes–Cummings Hamiltonians},
  author={I. Ramos-Prieto and Angel Eduardo Liga Paredes and J. R'ecamier and H{\'e}ctor Manuel Moya-Cessa},
  journal={Physica Scripta},
In this work we construct an approximate time evolution operator for a system composed by two coupled Jaynes–Cummings Hamiltonians. We express the full time evolution operator as a product of exponentials and we analyze the validity of our approximations contrasting our analytical results with those obtained by purely numerical methods. 

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