Optical Coherence and Quantum Optics

@inproceedings{Mandel1995OpticalCA,
  title={Optical Coherence and Quantum Optics},
  author={Leonard Mandel and Emil Wolf},
  year={1995}
}
Preface 1. Elements of probability theory 2. Random (or stochastic) processes 3. Some useful mathematical techniques 4. Second-order coherence theory of scalar wavefields 5. Radiation from sources of any state of coherence 6. Second-order coherence theory of vector electromagnetic fields 7. Some applications of second-order coherence theory 8. Higher-order correlations in optical fields 9. Semiclassical theory of photoelectric detection of light 10. Quantization of the free electromagnetic… 
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