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Bayesian mean estimation for finite two-photon experiments

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Experimental two-photon state tomography commonly utilizes frequency based methods which under-utilize experimental data and require preliminary calibrations. We use Bayesian analysis to make informed physical estimates without initial calibrations. We report experimental and simulated results.

© 2016 Optical Society of America

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