Physics & Computer Science
We study quantum chaos for systems with more than one degree of freedom, for which we present an analysis of the dynamics of entanglement. Our analysis explains the main features of entanglement dynamics and identifies entanglement-based signatures of quantum chaos. We discuss entanglement dynamics for a feasible experiment involving an atom in a magneto-optical trap and compare the results with entanglement dynamics for the well-studied quantum kicked top.
Ghose, Shohini and Sanders, Barry C., "Entanglement Dynamics in Chaotic Systems" (2004). Physics and Computer Science Faculty Publications. 62.