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The justification of 'Two-Level Approximation' in strong light-matter interaction

@inproceedings{Hashmi2014TheJO,
  title={The justification of 'Two-Level Approximation' in strong light-matter interaction},
  author={Faheel Hashmi and Shi-Yao Zhu},
  year={2014}
}
We investigate the influence of the additional third level on the dynamic evolution of a Two-Level system interacting with a coherent field in the strong coupling regime where Rotating Wave Approximation is not valid. We find that the additional level has great influence on the evolution of the system population. Our results show that the Two-Level model is not a good approximation in this strong light-matter coupling regime. We further investigate the parameter space where the Two-Level model… 

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