Accelerated Detector Response Function in Squeezed Vacuum
AbstractCasimir/squeezed vacuum breaks Lorentz symmetry, by allowing light to propagate faster than c. We looked at the possible transformation symmetry group such vacuum could obey. By solving the semi-classical Einstein field equation in squeezed vacuum, we have found that the background geometry describes an Anti-deSitter (AdS) geometry. Therefore, the proper transformation symmetry group is the (A)dS group. One can describe quantum field theory in a finite volume as a quantum field theory (QFT) on AdS background, or vice versa. In particular, one might think of QFT vacuum on AdS as a QFT that posses a squeezed vacuum with boundary conditions proportional to
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Alsaleh, S. Accelerated Detector Response Function in Squeezed Vacuum. Technologies 2017, 5, 17.
Alsaleh S. Accelerated Detector Response Function in Squeezed Vacuum. Technologies. 2017; 5(2):17.Chicago/Turabian Style
Alsaleh, Salwa. 2017. "Accelerated Detector Response Function in Squeezed Vacuum." Technologies 5, no. 2: 17.
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