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Geometric Phase in Quantum Billiards with a Pointlike Scatterer  [PDF]
Taksu Cheon,Takaomi Shigehara
Physics , 1995, DOI: 10.1103/PhysRevLett.76.1770
Abstract: We examine the quantum energy levels of rectangular billiards with a pointlike scatterer in one and two dimensions. By varying the location and the strength of the scatterer, we systematically find diabolical degeneracies among various levels. The associated Berry phase is illustrated, and the existence of localized wave functions is pointed out. In one dimension, even the ground state is shown to display the sign reversal with a mechanism to circumvent the Sturm-Liouville theorem.
Spectral Properties of Three-Dimensional Quantum Billiards with a Pointlike Scatterer  [PDF]
T. Shigehara,Taksu Cheon
Physics , 1997, DOI: 10.1103/PhysRevE.55.6832
Abstract: We examine the spectral properties of three-dimensional quantum billiards with a single pointlike scatterer inside. It is found that the spectrum shows chaotic (random-matrix-like) characteristics when the inverse of the formal strength $\bar{v}^{-1}$ is within a band whose width increases parabolically as a function of the energy. This implies that the spectrum becomes random-matrix-like at very high energy irrespective to the value of the formal strength. The predictions are confirmed by numerical experiments with a rectangular box. The findings for a pointlike scatterer are applied to the case for a small but finite-size impurity. We clarify the proper procedure for its zero-size limit which involves non-trivial divergence. The previously known results in one and two-dimensional quantum billiards with small impurities inside are also reviewed from the present perspective.
Wave Chaos in Quantum Billiards with Small but Finite-Size Scatterer  [PDF]
T. Shigehara,Taksu Cheon
Physics , 1996, DOI: 10.1103/PhysRevE.54.1321
Abstract: We study the low energy quantum spectra of two-dimensional rectangular billiards with a small but finite-size scatterer inside. We start by examining the spectral properties of billiards with a single pointlike scatterer. The problem is formulated in terms of self-adjoint extension theory of functional analysis. The condition for the appearance of so-called wave chaos is clarified. We then relate the pointlike scatterer to a finite-size scatterer through the appropriate truncation of basis. We show that the signature of wave chaos in low energy states is most prominent when the scatterer is weakly attractive. As an illustration, numerical results of a rectangular billiard with a small rectangular scatterer inside are exhibited.
Scale Anomaly and Quantum Chaos in the Billiards with Pointlike Scatterers  [PDF]
Taksu Cheon,Takaomi Shigehara
Physics , 1995, DOI: 10.1103/PhysRevE.54.3300
Abstract: We argue that the random-matrix like energy spectra found in pseudointegrable billiards with pointlike scatterers are related to the quantum violation of scale invariance of classical analogue system. It is shown that the behavior of the running coupling constant explains the key characteristics of the level statistics of pseudointegrable billiards.
Dynamical tunneling in mushroom billiards  [PDF]
A. B?cker,R. Ketzmerick,S. L?ck,M. Robnik,G. Vidmar,R. H?hmann,U. Kuhl,H. -J. St?ckmann
Physics , 2008, DOI: 10.1103/PhysRevLett.100.174103
Abstract: We study the fundamental question of dynamical tunneling in generic two-dimensional Hamiltonian systems by considering regular-to-chaotic tunneling rates. Experimentally, we use microwave spectra to investigate a mushroom billiard with adjustable foot height. Numerically, we obtain tunneling rates from high precision eigenvalues using the improved method of particular solutions. Analytically, a prediction is given by extending an approach using a fictitious integrable system to billiards. In contrast to previous approaches for billiards, we find agreement with experimental and numerical data without any free parameter.
Spectral Properties and Dynamical Tunneling in Constant-Width Billiards  [PDF]
B. Dietz,T. Guhr,B. Gutkin,M. Miski-Oglu,A. Richter
Physics , 2014, DOI: 10.1103/PhysRevE.90.052909
Abstract: We determine with unprecedented accuracy the lowest 900 eigenvalues of two quantum constant-width billiards from resonance spectra measured with flat, superconducting microwave resonators. While the classical dynamics of the constant-width billiards is unidirectional, a change of the direction of motion is possible in the corresponding quantum system via dynamical tunneling. This becomes manifest in a splitting of the vast majority of resonances into doublets of nearly degenerate ones. The fluctuation properties of the two respective spectra are demonstrated to coincide with those of a random-matrix model for systems with violated time-reversal invariance and a mixed dynamics. Furthermore, we investigate tunneling in terms of the splittings of the doublet partners. On the basis of the random-matrix model we derive an analytical expression for the splitting distribution which is generally applicable to systems exhibiting dynamical tunneling between two regions with (predominantly) chaotic dynamics.
Unidirectional emission from circular dielectric microresonators with a point scatterer  [PDF]
C. P. Dettmann,G. V. Morozov,M. Sieber,H. Waalkens
Physics , 2009, DOI: 10.1103/PhysRevA.80.063813
Abstract: Circular microresonators are micron sized dielectric disks embedded in material of lower refractive index. They possess modes of extremely high Q-factors (low lasing thresholds) which makes them ideal candidates for the realization of miniature laser sources. They have, however, the disadvantage of isotropic light emission caused by the rotational symmetry of the system. In order to obtain high directivity of the emission while retaining high Q-factors, we consider a microdisk with a pointlike scatterer placed off-center inside of the disk. We calculate the resulting resonant modes and show that some of them possess both of the desired characteristics. The emission is predominantly in the direction opposite to the scatterer. We show that classical ray optics is a useful guide to optimizing the design parameters of this system. We further find that exceptional points in the resonance spectrum influence how complex resonance wavenumbers change if system parameters are varied.
Wave Chaos in Quantum Pseudointegrable Billiards  [PDF]
T. Shigehara,H. Mizoguchi,T. Mishima,Taksu Cheon
Physics , 1997,
Abstract: We clarify from a general perspective, the condition for the appearance of chaotic energy spectrum in quantum pseudointegrable billiards with a point scatterer inside.
Soliton in a Well. Dynamics and Tunneling  [PDF]
V. Fleurov,A. Soffer
Physics , 2013,
Abstract: We derive the leading order radiation through tunneling of an oscillating soliton in a well. We use the hydrodynamic formulation with a rigorous control of the errors for finite times.
Spin Accumulation Encoded in Electronic Noise for Mesoscopic Billiards with Finite Tunneling Rates  [PDF]
J. G. G. S. Ramos,A. L. R. Barbosa,D. Bazeia,M. S. Hussein
Physics , 2011, DOI: 10.1103/PhysRevB.85.115123
Abstract: We study the effects of spin accumulation (inside reservoirs) on electronic transport with tunneling and reflections at the gates of a quantum dot. Within the stub model, the calculation focus on the current-current correlation function for the flux of electrons injected into the quantum dot. The linear response theory used allows to obtain the noise power in the regime of thermal crossover as a function of parameters that reveal the spin polarization at the reservoirs. The calculation is performed employing diagrammatic integration within the universal groups (ensembles of Dyson) for a non-ideal, non-equilibrium chaotic quantum dot. We show that changes in the spin distribution determines significant alteration in noise behavior at values of the tunneling rates close to zero, in the regime of strong reflection at the gates.
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