A two-dimensional (2D) electron system in a perpendicular magnetic field acts like a macroscopic strongly correlated source of radiation with inherent temporal and spatial correlations. The formation of the correlated macroscopic state of 2D electrons passes through uniform and nonuniform states of the electron subsystem. These are reflected in two types of noise of photoresponse in the 2D system. The strange attractor characterized by small-sized dynamics in the phase space of a photoluminescence of 2D electrons is revealed.
Part of the book: Research Advances in Quantum Dynamics