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As a consequence, the carrier decay and the photoluminescence exhibits a nonexponential signature with a density-dependent decay rate. This eﬀect is naturally included in our semiconductor approach. While it is possible to modify existing quantum-optical models to include more than a single excitation per emitter, it has, to the best of our knowledge, not been done so far. In this sense, our approach can be understood as an extension to these models. However, being based on a microscopic Hamiltonian, the full spectrum of semiconductor eﬀects, including Coulomb eﬀects and interaction with phonons, can be considered on a microscopic level.