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“…In this paper, without the use of any extra conditions, like analyticity of the eigenfunction in Bargmann representation, we alternatively re-derive the same transcendental functions as in Ref. [13] quantum mechanically within the extended coherent stats [15,16]. Both zero bias and biased QRM can be treated simultaneously.…”

confidence: 99%

“…In this paper, without the use of any extra conditions, like analyticity of the eigenfunction in Bargmann representation, we alternatively re-derive the same transcendental functions as in Ref. [13] quantum mechanically within the extended coherent stats [15,16]. Both zero bias and biased QRM can be treated simultaneously.…”

confidence: 99%

“…Most works on the modified Dicke model are limited to the rotating-wave approximation. With the progress of the fabrication, the artificial atoms may interact very strongly with on-chip resonant circuits [8,9,11,12], the rotating-wave approximation can not describe well the strong coupling regime [13], so the numerically exact solution to the modified Dicke model without rotating-wave approximation is also of considerable significance and highly called for.…”

confidence: 99%

“…Nowadays, solid-state semiconductor [13] or superconductor systems [14][15][16][17][18][19][20] have allowed the advent of the ultrastrong coupling (USC) regime, where the coupling strength is comparable or larger than appreciable fractions of the mode frequency: g/ω > ∼ 0.1. In this regime, the RWA breaks down and the model becomes analytically unsolvable, although some limits can be explored [21][22][23][24][25]. Confident of the impressive fast development of current technology, one could explore further regimes where the rate between the coupling strength and oscillator frequency could reach g/ω > ∼ 1, here called deep SC (DSC) regime.…”

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