G. Badurek, Z. Hradil, A. Lvovsky, G. Molina-Teriza, H. Rauch, J. Rehacek, A. Vaziri, M. Zawisky:
"10 Maximum-Likelihood Estimation in Experimental Quantum Physics";
in: "Quantum State Estimation", Springer-Verlag, Berlin/Heidelberg, 2004, ISBN: 978-3-540-22329-0, S. 125 - 146.

Kurzfassung englisch:
The theory of quantum state reconstruction is illustrated here on several examples taken from modern experimental praxis. Maximum-likelihood estimation is applied to experiments on physical systems of increasing complexity, starting with a simple one-dimensional problem of quantum phase estimation, continuing with the absorption and phase neutron tomographies, further discussing quantum tomography of higher-dimensional discrete quantum systems, and closing with the homodyne tomography of an infinite dimensional system - a mode of light. All these experiments nicely demonstrate the utility of present state-of-art techniques for manipulating states of a neutron and internal as well as external states of a photon.

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