Abstract

We have investigated a wide range of nonclassical behavior exhibited by a tripartite cavity optomechanical system comprising a two-level atom placed inside a Fabry–Perot type optical cavity with a vibrating mirror attached to one end. We have shown that the atom’s subsystem von Neumann entropy collapses to its maximum allowed value over a significant time interval during dynamical evolution. This feature is sensitive to the nature of the initial state, the specific form of intensity-dependent tripartite coupling, and system parameters. The extent of nonclassicality of the field is assessed through the Mandel Q parameter and Wigner function. Both entropic and quadrature squeezing properties of the field are quantified directly from optical tomograms, thereby avoiding tedious state reconstruction procedures.

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