To obtain the explicit form of evolution operator in the Tavis-Cummings model we must calculate the term e-itg(S+⊗a+S-⊗a†) explicitly which is very hard. In this paper we try to make the quantum matrix A ≡ S+⊗a+S-⊗a† diagonal to calculate e-itgA and, moreover, to know a deep structure of the model. For the case of one, two and three atoms we give such a diagonalization which is the first nontrivial examples as far as we know, and reproduce the calculations of e-itgA given in quant-ph/0404034. We also give a hint to an application to non-commutative differential geometry. However, a quantum diagonalization is not unique and is affected by some ambiguity arising from the non-commutativity of operators in quantum physics. Our method may open a new point of view in mathematical or quantum physics.
|ジャーナル||International Journal of Geometric Methods in Modern Physics|
|出版ステータス||Published - 2005 6月|
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