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Time Correlation Function of the Displaced Harmonic Oscillator Model

  • Philipp Scherer
  • Sighart F. Fischer
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Abstract

In the following, we evaluate the time correlation function of the displaced harmonic oscillator model (19.7)
$$ f_{r} t= \langle e^{-it\omega_{r}b^{\dag}_{r}} e^{it\omega_{r}(b_{r}^{\dag}+g_{r})(b_{r}+g_{r})}\rangle $$
(31.1)
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