Coherence, Squeezing and Entanglement: An Example of Peaceful Coexistence

@article{Gorska2017CoherenceSA,
  title={Coherence, Squeezing and Entanglement: An Example of Peaceful Coexistence},
  author={K. G'orska and Andrzej Horzela and Franciszek Hugon Szafraniec},
  journal={arXiv: Mathematical Physics},
  year={2017},
  pages={89-117}
}
After exhaustive inspection of bosonic coherent states appearing in physical literature two of us, Horzela and Szafraniec, came in 2012 to the reasonably general definition which relies exclusively on reproducing kernels. The basic feature of coherent states, which is the resolution of the identity, is preserved though it now achieves advantageous form of the Segal-Bargmann transform. It turns out that the aforesaid definition is not only extremely economical but also puts under a common… 

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