Open Microwave Systems: Tunneling, Correlations and Time-Dependent Variations
In this thesis three possibilities of external influences in wave mechanical systems are analyzed. In all three cases I used microwave devices to study quantum mechanical systems. The first analyzed property is the decay rate from states in so-called regular islands in a billiard system to the chaot...
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