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The Theory of Open Quantum Systems
PREFACE ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS PART 1: PROBABILITY IN CLASSICAL AND QUANTUM MECHANICS 1. Classical probability theory and stochastic processes 2. Quantum Probability PART 2: DENSITY MATRIX THEORY 3.
Measure for the degree of non-markovian behavior of quantum processes in open systems.
We construct a general measure for the degree of non-Markovian behavior in open quantum systems. This measure is based on the trace distance which quantifies the distinguishability of quantum states.
Colloquium: Non-Markovian dynamics in open quantum systems
An ongoing theme in quantum physics is the interaction of small quantum systems with an environment. If that environment has many degrees of freedom and is weakly coupled, it can often be reasonable
Measure for the non-Markovianity of quantum processes
Recently, a measure for the non-Markovian behavior of quantum processes in open systems has been developed, which is based on the quantification of the flow of information between the open system and
Stochastic wave function method for non-markovian quantum master equations
A generalization of the stochastic wave function method to quantum master equations which are not in Lindblad form is developed. The proposed stochastic unravelling is based on a description of the
Foundations and measures of quantum non-Markovianity
The basic features of the dynamics of open quantum systems, such as the dissipation of energy, the decay of coherences, the relaxation to an equilibrium or non-equilibrium stationary state, and the
Genuine quantum trajectories for non-Markovian processes
A large class of non-Markovian quantum processes in open systems can be formulated through time-local master equations which are not in Lindblad form. It is shown that such processes can be embedded
Open systems and measurement in relativistic quantum theory : proceedings of the workshop held at the Instituto Italiano per gli Studi Filosofici, Naples, April 3-4, 1998
State vector reduction in relativistic quantum mechanics: An introduction.- Quantum measurements, open systems and dynamical entropy.- EEQT - A way out of the quantum trap.- Stochastic unraveling of