Optical tomography dynamics induced by qubit‑resonator interaction under intrinsic decoherence
Mohamed, A. ‑B.A.
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A superconducting circuit with a qubit and a resonator coupled via a two-photon interaction is considered. When the resonator is initially in a superposition of coherent states, optical tomography and quantum coherence dynamics are examined in the context of intrinsic decoherence. The results reveal that optical tomography is a good quantifier of the quantum coherence produced by the qubit-resonator interaction. The effects of qubit-resonator detuning and intrinsic decoherence on the dynamics of optical tomography distributions for coherent and even coherent states are investigated. The dynamics of optical tomography distributions are highly dependent on detuning and intrinsic decoherence. Our numerical simulations reveal that there is a relation between the optical tomography and the generated quantum coherence. When the qubit-resonator detuning and intrinsic decoherence are augmented, the amplitude and intensity, as well as the structure of the optical tomography, change substantially. © 2022, The Author(s).