Effective dimensions of infinite-dimensional Hilbert spaces: A phase-space approach.

@article{PilatowskyCameo2022EffectiveDO,
  title={Effective dimensions of infinite-dimensional Hilbert spaces: A phase-space approach.},
  author={Sa{\'u}l Pilatowsky-Cameo and David Villase{\~n}or and Miguel Angel Bastarrachea-Magnani and Sergio Lerma-Hern'andez and Jorge G. Hirsch},
  journal={Physical review. E},
  year={2022},
  volume={105 6-1},
  pages={
          064209
        }
}
By employing Husimi quasiprobability distributions, we show that a bounded portion of an unbounded phase space induces a finite effective dimension in an infinite-dimensional Hilbert space. We compare our general expressions with numerical results for the spin-boson Dicke model in the chaotic energy regime, restricting its unbounded four-dimensional phase space to a classically chaotic energy shell. This effective dimension can be employed to characterize quantum phenomena in infinite… 
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