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Microscopic theory of irreversible processes.
The microscopic theory of irreversible processes that we developed is summarized and illustrated, using as a simple example the Friedrichs model. Our approach combines the Poincaré's point of viewExpand
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Scattering theory and subdynamics
Abstract Recently Prigogine, Henin and George have introduced the concept of subdynamics: the evolution of a dynamical system can be decomposed under very general conditions into independentExpand
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Vacuum subdynamics in large quantum systems
We present a constructive procedure to deal with large quantum systems in the thermodynamic limit. Starting with a discrete spectrum, we perform a complete decomposition of the evolution intoExpand
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Kinetic equations and quasiparticle description
Resume Les equations cinetiques pour les modes normaux d'un reseau anharmonique interagisant par des processus elementaires a 3 phonons sont etudiees de maniere detaillee tant dans le cas classiqueExpand
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New quantum rules for dissipative systems
It is difficult to incorporate the concept of interacting physical particles in the frame of conventional quantum mechanics. It comes from the fact that in this formalism the Hamiltonian plays a dualExpand
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Theory of transport coefficients. IV. Electrical conductivity in the presence of a strong magnetic field
Synopsis The transverse electrical conductivity of an electron-phonon system under a strong static magnetic field is calculated up to the second order in the electron-phonon interaction starting fromExpand
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Physical description of decay processes
A dynamical formulation of quasi-particles corresponding to complex poles of Green's functions has been provided in the frame of “Liapounov” transformations in a superoperator formalism. In thisExpand
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