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Estimation precision of the acceleration for a two-level atom coupled to fluctuating vacuum electromagnetic fields

@inproceedings{Zheng2022EstimationPO,
  title={Estimation precision of the acceleration for a two-level atom coupled to fluctuating vacuum electromagnetic fields},
  author={Mengge Zheng and Baoyuan Yang and Zixu Zhao},
  year={2022}
}
In open quantum systems, we study the quantum Fisher information of acceleration for a uniformly accelerated two-level atom coupled to fluctuating electromagnetic fields in the Minkowski vacuum. With the time evolution, for the initial atom state parameter θ 6 = π , the quantum Fisher information can exist a maximum value and a local minimum value before reaching a stable value. In addition, in a short time, the quantum Fisher information varies with the initial state parameter, and the quantum… 

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