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Title: Ghost Interference and Quantum Erasure
Authors: Pravabati, C
Qureshi, T
Issue Date: Mar-2012
Publisher: Progress of Theoretical Physics
Citation: Progress of Theoretical Physics, Vol. 127, No. 3, pp. 383-392
Abstract: The two-photon ghost interference experiment, generalized to the case of massive particles, is theoretically analyzed. It is argued that the experiment is intimately connected to a double-slit interference experiment where, which-path information exists. The reason for not observing first order interference behind the double-slit, is clarified. It is shown that the underlying mechanism for the appearance of ghost interference is, the more familiar, quantum erasure.
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