Random matrix theory of quantum transport in chaotic cavities with nonideal leads

Jarosz A, Vidal P, Kanzieper E (2015)
Physical Review B 91(18).

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We determine the joint probability density function (JPDF) of reflection eigenvalues in three Dyson's ensembles of normal-conducting chaotic cavities coupled to the outside world through both ballistic and tunnel point contacts. Expressing the JPDF in terms of hypergeometric functions of matrix arguments (labeled by the Dyson index beta), we further show that reflection eigenvalues form a determinantal ensemble at beta = 2 and a new type of a Pfaffian ensemble at beta = 4. As an application, we derive a simple analytic expression for the concurrence distribution describing production of orbitally entangled electrons in chaotic cavities with tunnel point contacts when time-reversal symmetry is preserved.
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Jarosz A, Vidal P, Kanzieper E. Random matrix theory of quantum transport in chaotic cavities with nonideal leads. Physical Review B. 2015;91(18).
Jarosz, A., Vidal, P., & Kanzieper, E. (2015). Random matrix theory of quantum transport in chaotic cavities with nonideal leads. Physical Review B, 91(18).
Jarosz, A., Vidal, P., and Kanzieper, E. (2015). Random matrix theory of quantum transport in chaotic cavities with nonideal leads. Physical Review B 91.
Jarosz, A., Vidal, P., & Kanzieper, E., 2015. Random matrix theory of quantum transport in chaotic cavities with nonideal leads. Physical Review B, 91(18).
A. Jarosz, P. Vidal, and E. Kanzieper, “Random matrix theory of quantum transport in chaotic cavities with nonideal leads”, Physical Review B, vol. 91, 2015.
Jarosz, A., Vidal, P., Kanzieper, E.: Random matrix theory of quantum transport in chaotic cavities with nonideal leads. Physical Review B. 91, (2015).
Jarosz, Andrzej, Vidal, Pedro, and Kanzieper, Eugene. “Random matrix theory of quantum transport in chaotic cavities with nonideal leads”. Physical Review B 91.18 (2015).
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