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Title: Understanding ghost interference
Authors: Qureshi, T
Pravabati, C
Shafaq, S
Keywords: Entanglement;Nonlocality;Ghost interference
Issue Date: Sep-2016
Publisher: World Scientific Publishing Company
Citation: International Journal of Quantum Information Vol. 14, No. 06, 1640036
Abstract: The ghost interference observed for entangled photons is theoretically analyzed using wave-packet dynamics. It is shown that ghost interference is a combined effect of virtual double-slit creation due to entanglement, and quantum erasure of which-path information for the interfering photon. For the case where the two photons are of different color, it is shown that fringe width of the interfering photon depends not only on its own wavelength, but also on the wavelength of the other photon which it is entangled with.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2248/7025
ISSN: 1793-6918
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