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Dissipation Bounds All Steady-State Current Fluctuations.
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It is demonstrated that dissipation still plays a dominant role in structuring large fluctuations arbitrarily far from equilibrium, and a linear-response-like bound on the large deviation function for currents in Markov jump processes is proved.
Thermodynamics with Continuous Information Flow
We provide a unified thermodynamic formalism describing information transfers in autonomous as well as nonautonomous systems described by stochastic thermodynamics. We demonstrate how information is
Thermodynamics of information
By its very nature, the second law of thermodynamics is probabilistic, in that its formulation requires a probabilistic description of the state of a system. This raises questions about the
Thermodynamic uncertainty relations constrain non-equilibrium fluctuations
In equilibrium thermodynamics, there exists a well-established connection between dynamical fluctuations of a physical system and the dissipation of its energy into an environment. However, few
Second-law-like inequalities with information and their interpretations
In a thermodynamic process with measurement and feedback, the second law of thermodynamics is no longer valid. In its place, various second-law-like inequalities have been advanced that each
Multipartite information flow for multiple Maxwell demons
The second law of thermodynamics dictates the fundamental limits to the amount of energy and information that can be exchanged between physical systems. In this work, we extend a thermodynamic
Quantifying dissipation using fluctuating currents
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The determination of entropy production from experimental data is a challenge but a recently introduced theoretical tool, the thermodynamic uncertainty relation, allows one to infer a lower bound on entropy production, and a critical assessment of the practical implementation is provided.
Nonequilibrium potential and fluctuation theorems for quantum maps.
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A general fluctuation theorem for quantum maps is derived that reproduces well-known fluctuation theorems in a single and simplified framework and extends the Hatano-Sasa theorem to quantum nonequilibrium processes.
Fundamental Bounds on First Passage Time Fluctuations for Currents.
TLDR
A conjugate uncertainty relationship for the first passage time to accumulate a fixed net current is derived and previously discovered symmetries and bounds on the large-deviation function for currents are readily transferred to first passage times.
Quantum Fluctuation Theorems for Arbitrary Environments: Adiabatic and Nonadiabatic Entropy Production
We analyze the production of entropy along nonequilibrium processes in quantum systems coupled to generic environments. First, we show that the entropy production due to final measurements and the
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