Probability representation of photon states and tomography

@inproceedings{Chernega2020ProbabilityRO,
  title={Probability representation of photon states and tomography},
  author={Vladimir N. Chernega and Olga V. Man’ko and Vladimir I. Man'ko},
  year={2020}
}
We give a review of the tomographic probability representation of quantum mechanics. We present the formalism of quantum states and quantum observables using the formalism of standard probability distributions and classical-like random variables. We study the coherent and number states of photons in the probability representation and obtain the evolution equation and energy spectra in the form of equations for probability distributions. 

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