Time Dependence of Particle Creation from Accelerating Mirrors

@article{Good2013TimeDO,
  title={Time Dependence of Particle Creation from Accelerating Mirrors},
  author={Michael R. R. Good and Paul R. Anderson and Charles Ray Evans},
  journal={Physical Review D},
  year={2013},
  volume={88},
  pages={025023}
}
Particle production due to a quantized, massless, minimally coupled scalar field in two-dimensional flat spacetime with an accelerating mirror is investigated, with a focus on the time dependence of the process. We analyze first the classes of trajectories previously investigated by Carlitz and Willey and by Walker and Davies. We then analyze four new classes of trajectories, all of which can be expressed analytically and for which several ancillary properties can be derived analytically. The… 
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