J. D. Cresser
  1. Markovian evolution of strongly coupled harmonic oscillators, Chaitanya Joshi, Patrik Öhberg, James D. Cresser and Erika Andersson: Phys. Rev. A90 063815 (2014).
  2. Using a biased quantum random walk as a quantum lumped element router, Ayeni M. Babatunde, James Cresser and Jason Twamley: Phys. Rev. A90 012339 (2014).
  3. Quantum probability rule: a generalization of the theorems of Gleason and Busch, Stephen M. Barnett, James D. Cresser, John Jeffers and David T. Pegg: N. J. Phys. 16 043025 (2014).
  4. Canonical form of master equations and characterization of non-Markovianity, Michael J. W. Hall, James D. Cresser, Li Li, and Erika Andersson: Phys. Rev. A89 042120 (2014).
  5. Dynamics of correlations due to a phase noisy laser, B. Bellomo, R. Lo Franco, E. Andersson and J. D. Cresser: Phys. Scr. T 147 014004 (2012).
  6. Comparing different non-Markovianity measures, P. Haikka, J. D. Cresser and S. Maniscalco: Phys. Rev. A 83 012112 (2011).
  7. Quantum position diffusion and its implications for the quantum linear Boltzmann equation, I. Kamleitner and J. D. Cresser: Phys. Rev. A 81 012107 (2010).
  8. Master equations with memory for systems driven by classical noise, J. D. Cresser and C. Facer: Opt. Comm. 283 773 (2010).
  9. Decoherence-free quantum information in the presence of dynamical evolution, P. G. Brooke, J. D. Cresser and M. K. Patra: Phys. Rev. A 77, 062313 (2008).
  10. Super- and subradiant emission of two-level systems in the near-Dicke limit, Peter G. Brooke, Karl-Peter Marzlin, James D. Cresser, and Barry C. Sanders: Phys. Rev. A77 033844 (2008)
  11. Adiabatic information transport in the presence of decoherence, I. Kamleitner, J. Cresser, and J. Twamley: Phys. Rev. A77 032331 (2008).
  12. Quantum Cayley networks of the hypercube, Christopher Facer, Jason Twamley, and James Cresser: Phys.  Rev. A77 012334 (2008).
  13. Finding the Kraus decomposition from a master equation and vice versa, Erika Andersson, James D. Cresser and Michael J. Hall: Phys. B: J. Mod. Opt. Phys. 70 1695–1716 (2007).
  14. Micromaser cavity field spectrum by atomic beam measurements, J. D. Cresser: J. Phys. B: At. Mol. Opt. Phys. 39 S733 (2006).
  15. Measurement master equation, James D Cresser, Stephen M Barnett, John Jeffers and David T Pegg: Opt. Comm. 264 352 (2006).
  16. From measurements to quantum friction, Stephen M Barnett, John Jeffers and James D Cresser, J. Phys.: Condens. Matter  18 S401 (2006).
  17. Quantum theory of matter wave detection, Nicholas K Whitlock, James D Cresser, Stephen M Barnett and John Jeffers: J. Phys. B: At. Mol. Opt.  Phys. 38 3117 (2005).
  18. A Quantum Theory of Friction, S. M. Barnett and James D. Cresser: Phys. Rev. A72 022107 (2005).
  19. Geometric phase for an adiabatically evolving open quantum system, Ingo Kamleitner, James D. Cresser, Barry  C. Sanders: Phys. Rev. A70 044103 (2004).
  20. Depolarizing channel as a completely positive map with memory, Sonja Daffer, Krzysztof Wòdkiewicz, James D. Cresser and John K. McIver: Phys. Rev. A70 010304(R) (2004).
  21. The Spontaneous Decay of a Moving Atom, James D. Cresser and Stephen  M. Barnett: J. Phys. B36 1755-1759 (2003).
  22. Ergodicity of Quantum Trajectory Detection Records, J. D. Cresser in `Directions in Quantum Optics' ed. by H. J. Carmichael, R. J. Glauber and M. O. Scully (Springer, Berlin, 2000) pp348-360.
  23. A Heisenberg Equations-of-Motion Derivation of Stochastic Schrödinger Equations for Non-Markovian Open Systems, J. D. Cresser: Laser Phys., 10 337-347 (2000).
  24. An Atomic Beam Interferometric Measurement of the Micromaser Spectrum, J. D. Cresser in `Frontiers of Quantum Optics and Laser Physics', ed. by S. Y. Zhu, M. S. Zubairy, and M. O. Scully (Springer, Singapore, 1997) pp176-179.
  25. A Quantum Trajectory Analysis of the One Atom Micromaser, J. D. Cresser and S. M. Pickles: J. Quan.  and Semiclassical Opt. 8 73-104 (1996).
  26. Atomic-Beam and Cavity-Field Correlation Functions in the Micromaser, J. D. Cresser and S. M. Pickles: Phys. Rev. A50 R925-R928 (1994).
  27. Spontaneous Emission in a Standing Wave Cavity: Classical Center of Mass Motion, W. Ren, J. D. Cresser, and H. J. Carmichael: Phys. Rev. A46 7162-7178 (1992).
  28. Thermal Equilibrium in the Jaynes Cummings Model, J. D. Cresser: J. Mod. Opt. 39 2187-2192 (1992).
  29. Quantum Field Model of Injected Atomic Beam in the Micromaser, J. D. Cresser: Phys. Rev. A46 5913-5931 (1992).
  30. Comment on Theory of Lasers without Inversion, Shi-Yao Zhu, J. D. Cresser, and Heidi Fearn: Phys.  Rev.  A43 5170-5172 (1991).
  31. Time Averaged Properties of the Jaynes Cummings Model, J. D. Cresser and M. Hillery: Phys. Rev. A40 1464-1473 (1989).
  32. Theory of Electron Detection and Photon-Photoelectron Correlations in Two Photon Ionization, J. D. Cresser: J. Opt. Soc. Am. B6 1492-1503 (1989).
  33. Unequal Time EM Field Commutators in Quantum Optics, J. D. Cresser: Physica Scripta T21 52-57 (1988).
  34. Intensity Correlations of Frequency Filtered Light Fields, J. D. Cresser: J. Phys. B20 4915-4927 (1987).
  35. On the Lifetime of Excited Atomic States, J. D. Cresser, A. Z. Tang, G. J. Salamo, F. T. Chan: Phys. Rev. A33 1677-1682 (1986).
  36. Transient Delayed Spectrum of Collision-Damped Resonance Fluorescence in a Partially Coherent Field, J. D. Cresser, X. Y. Huang, J. H. Eberly: J. Opt. Soc. Am. B2 1361-1372 (1985).
  37. Electric Field Commutation Relations in the Presence of a Dipole Atom, J. D. Cresser: Phys. Rev. A29 1984-1990 (1984).
  38. Quantum Noise in a Dithered Ring Laser Gyroscope, W. Schleich, C. S. Cha, J. D. Cresser: Phys. Rev. A29 230-238 (1984).
  39. Theory of the Spectrum of the Quantised Light Field, J. D. Cresser: Phys. Reps. 94(2) 47-110 (1983).
  40. Resonance Fluorescence of Atoms in a Strong Laser Field, J. D. Cresser, J. Häger, G. Leuchs, M. Rateike, H. Walther: in `Topics in Current Physics' ed.  by R. Bonifacio, Vol.  27 (Springer, Berlin 1982) pp21-58.
  41. Quantum noise in Ring Laser Gyros III: Approximate Results in Unlocked Region, J. D. Cresser: Phys. Rev. A26 398-409 (1982).
  42. Quantum noise in Ring Laser Gyros II: Numerical Results, J. D. Cresser, D. Hammonds, W. H. Louisell, P. Meystre, H. Risken: Phys. Rev. A25 2226-2234 (1982).
  43. Quantum noise in Ring Laser Gyros I: Theoretical Formulation of Problem, J. D. Cresser, W. H. Louisell, P. Meystre, W. Schleich, M. O. Scully: Phys. Rev. A25 2214-2225 (1982).
  44. Resolvent Operator Theory of Sequential Quantum Processes, J. D. Cresser and B. J. Dalton: J. Phys A13 795-801 (1980).

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