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|Title:||Quantum-state tomography for optical polarization with arbitrary photon numbers|
|Author:||Klimov, Andrei B.|
|Abstract:||A scheme for quantum-state tomography is presented that can be performed for polarized light with an arbitrary photon-number distribution. The proposed method fills the gap between existing polarization-tomography schemes for single-photon states and for optical fields with very large photon numbers. It consists of an optical homodyne setup triggered by the outcome of a single-photon counting module. The configuration space of polarization is parametrized by Euler angles and by an additional interference parameter, whose assessment requires conditional homodyne measurements. © 2014 American Physical Society.|
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