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Photonics West 2011 Classical-quantum analogies: SU(1,1) and Glauber photonic lattices Héctor Moya-Cessa Instituto Nacional de Astrofísica, Optica y Electrónica Tonantzintla, Pue. Mexico

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Bessel states as nonlinear coherent states Infinite waveguides array: fibers A. L. Jones, JOSA 55, (1965) Weak coupling, interaction only with nearest neighbor: Photonics West 2011

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Waveguide number A beam injected into one of the waveguides in the array spreads to the rest of them by wave coupling. Discrete Diffraction This phenomenon has been referred to as DISCRETE DIFFRACTION H.S Eisenberg et al, PRL 81, 3383 (1998) Photonics West 2011

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Schrödinger-like equation

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Optics Communications (2011) f(n)

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SU(1,1) algebra Photonics West 2011

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Classical time dependent HO Ermakov-Lewis invariant Ermakov equation Lewis, PRL (1967). Optical realization of a quantum invariant

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Photonics West 2011 Squeezing & Displacement Translation to quantum H. Moya-Cessa and M. Fernández Guasti PHYSICS LETTERS A 311, 1 (2003).

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Photonics West 2011 Time dependence now as a factor

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Photonics West 2011 Paraxial wave equation Suponemos ahora dos medios GRIN pegados GRaded INdex referring to an optical material with refractive index in the form of a parabolic curve, decreasing from the center towards the cladding.

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H. MOYA-CESSA, M. Fernández Guasti, V.M. Arrizon and S. Chávez-Cerda, Opt. Lett. 34, No. 9, (2009), “OPTICAL REALIZATION OF QUANTUM MECHANICAL INVARIANTS.”

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