Bipartite non-local correlations in a doublequantum- dot excitonic system عبدالباسط عبدالحميد محمد
measurementinduced non-locality (MIN) and Bell non-locality, are investigated in a system of two coupled quantum dots (QDs) entangled through their interaction with a cavity mode, including Förster and exciton–phonon interactions. When the two QDs are situated very close to and symmetrically about the antinode of the sustained longitudinal mode, the violation of Bellʼs inequality only occurs with strong MIN and QE. If one of the QDs is located very near to the node while the other one is located slightly far away from the node, the violation does not occur even with strong MIN and QE. When both QDs are located in the cavity in such a way that they see different cavity field amplitudes, the violation occurs with weak or strong MIN and QE. The generalized Rabi frequency acts as a control for the occurrence of these different types of the quantum correlation in the system, with MIN more general than the conventionally mentioned quantum non-locality related to the QE or violation of Bellʼs inequalities.
Efficient protocol of N-bit discrete quantum Fourier transform via transmon qubits coupled to a resonator عبدالباسط عبدالحميد محمد
Based on the one- and two-qubit gates defined and generated via superconducting transmon qubits homogeneously coupled to a superconducting stripline resonator, we present a new physical protocol for implementing an N-bit discrete quantum Fourier transform. We propose and illustrate a detailed experimental feasibility for realizing the algorithm. The average fidelity is computed to prove the success of this algorithm. Estimated time for implementing the protocol using the proposed scheme is compared with previous schemes. Estimates show that the protocol can be successfully implemented within the present experimental limits.
Wehrl entropy information and purity of aSCcharge qubit interacting with alossy cavity field عبدالباسط عبدالحميد محمد
A systemofasuperconductingchargequbitwithgatechange nea12 interactingwithasingle-mode microwavecavity field, coupledtoitsreservoir,isintroduced.Thesystemistransformedintotheusual Jaynes–Cummings modelbycanonicaltransformation.Analyticalandnumericalresultsundercertain parametric conditionsareobtainedbymeansofwhichweanalyzetheinfluence ofthedampingterms and thedetuningonthedynamicsofWehrlentropyandpuritylossofthestates.Theresultsindicatethe sensitivity oftheseaspectstochangeeitherinthedecayorinthedetuningparameters.Aninteresting relation betweenthecorrelationanddecoherenceeffectisobserved.
Quantum correlationsoftwonon-interactingion's internalelectronic stateswithintrinsicdecoherence عبدالباسط عبدالحميد محمد
Two non-interactingtrapped-ions,withintrinsicdecoherence,arelocatedintwosetsofspatially separatedcavities.Thequantumcorrelations,ofthetwononinteractingion's internalelectronicstates, are investigatedbyusinggeometricquantumdiscord(GQD),measurement-inducednonlocality(MIN) and quantumentanglement(QE).Theinfluence ofboththeintrinsicdecoherenceandmeanphoton number onthecorrelations,withresonantoroff-resonantcase,isdiscussed.Thecorrelationsappear periodically whenintrinsicdecoherenceisneglected,however,theintrinsicdecoherencecausesthe decay ofcorrelations.Itsincreaseleadstoquickdisappearforthecorrelations.ItisfoundthatBell violation andGQD,MINandQEdonotsatisfythemonotonousrelation.Also,GQDandMINaremore robust thanQEunderthephasedecoherence,buttheycanbedecreasedbyadjustingthedetuning.
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study on the relationships among marketing information system quality and brand equity management in banking sector محمد صالح يوسف علي
study on the relationships among marketing information system quality and brand equity management in banking sector
Journal: Asain Business Review 2015 vol5/3 pp 119-126
THE APPLICATION OF SFLS TO SACRED TEXT Qur’anic Verses as an Example حسن بن شايع آل حزيم
In order to expand the circle of research in written discourse, an attempt to apply Systemic Functional Linguistics to a sacred text has been an interest. It is worth examining that type of texts using the aforementioned approach and validating its application, whether it would prove beneficial or not. I have chosen some Qur’anic verses in particular to exemplify one type of holy texts and test the SFLs approach.
Systemic Functional Linguistics, abbreviated as SFLs, is an approach to linguistics that considers language as a social semiotic system. Michael Halliday, who took the notion of system from his teacher, J. R. Firth, developed it. SFLs consists of two features, they are 1) systemic, in that it considers language as a network of interrelated systems or set of choices for expressing meaning, and 2) functional, which deals with what language does and how language works, giving language’s structure less attention (Halliday, 1977), which is the focus of other theoretical schools, i.e. Generative School.
THE ISSUES INVOLVED IN THE TRANSLATION OF SLANG AND SWEARING INTO SUBTITLES حسن بن شايع آل حزيم
With the revolution of digital era, Audio-Visual Translation (AVT) has gained increasing audienceall over the world. Its two most common forms, i.e. subtitling & dubbing, have been the centre of heated discussions and study. The task of audiovisual translator has been viewed as challenging and demanding because it is very much replete with varieties of linguistic, technical, semiotic, cultural problems and so forth (Thawabteh, 2011). For this reason, the amount of plausible audiovisual translation difficulties is limitless and a list that would account for each one of them can never be finite (Karamitroglou, 2000), and the original text’s aestheticswill be lost (Tytler, 1790).
This essay discusses one of the difficulties that faces the translator; subtitling swear and slang words, with some connection to Arabic subtitling issues.
IS EQUIVALENCE IN TRANSLATION MERELY AN IDEALISTIC CONCEPT حسن بن شايع آل حزيم
In this essay, it will be argued whether equivalence in translation is achievable or not. It will include a section about the equivalence theory and how it has been present in the field of translation studies and developed by some key linguists and translators, such as Vinay and Darbelnet, Jakobson, Nida & Taber, and Baker. Giving the nature of language, culture and translation process, they are subject to different factors that can change and alter meaning of messages intended to be conveyed. For that reason, the validity of the equivalence theory will be tested against some cultural expressions to see whether it can assist in transferring of the meaning from the Source Language into the Target Language (Arabic and English) and how it deals with other translation issues, e.g. lack of equivalent.
Before delving into the equivalence theory, there will be a brief look at translation and what it means, and some key differences between English and Arabic.
Translation: Does Practice Inform Theory or Does Theory Inform Practice حسن بن شايع آل حزيم
Since that time when language was divided and every division formed a new linguistic system for communication between different people, there has been a need for translation. It has been practiced throughout ages to convey a message from one side to the other. Therefore, dedicated translators who learned different languages were in demand. Since then, translation has undergone series of complex processes in order to better convey the intended message and transfer it across targeted languages. Those processes have shaped into a range of different conditions; theory and practice. This essay tries to draw a line between theory and practice and to see the relationship between them.