Edge localized Schrödinger cat states in finite lattices via periodic driving

@article{Bhuiyan2020EdgeLS,
  title={Edge localized Schr{\"o}dinger cat states in finite lattices via periodic driving},
  author={Asadullah Bhuiyan and Frank Marsiglio},
  journal={Physical Review B},
  year={2020}
}
Floquet states have been used to describe the impact of periodic driving on lattice systems, either using a tight-binding model, or by using a continuum model where a Kronig-Penney-like description has been used to model spatially periodic systems in one dimension. A number of these studies have focused on finite systems, and results from these studies are distinct from those of infinite lattice systems as a consequence of boundary effects. In the case of a finite system, there remains a… 

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