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Formal Features of a General Theoretical Framework for Decoherence in Open and Closed Systems
Two complementary decoherence formalisms, Environment Induced Decoherence (EID) for open systems and Self Induced Decoherence (SID) for close systems are compared under a common General TheoreticalExpand
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Interpretation and decoherence : a contribution to the debate Vasallo & Esfeld vs
Two recent papers appeared in FOOP disagree regarding the role played by decoherence in quantum physics. On the one hand, Elise Crull [1] considers that decoherence, by itself, solves many conceptualExpand
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Classical Limit and Quantum Logic
The analysis of the classical limit of quantum mechanics usually focuses on the state of the system. The general idea is to explain the disappearance of the interference terms of quantum statesExpand
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A Pluralist View about Information
Focusing on Shannon information, this article shows that, even on the basis of the same formalism, there may be different interpretations of the concept of information, and that disagreements may beExpand
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On the Interpretation of Probabilities in Generalized Probabilistic Models
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We discuss generalized probabilistic models for which states not necessarily obey Kolmogorov’s axioms, and explore some possible interpretations of these measures. Expand
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A Semiclassical Condition for Chaos Based on Pesin Theorem
A semiclassical method to determine if the classical limit of a quantum system shows a chaotic behavior or not based on Pesin theorem, is presented. The method is applied to a phenomenologicalExpand
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Dynamics of algebras in quantum unstable systems
We introduce a dynamical evolution operator for dealing with unstable physical process, such as scattering resonances, photon emission, decoherence and particle decay. With that aim, we use theExpand
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Non-unitary Evolution of Quantum Logics
In this work we present a dynamical approach to quantum logics. By changing the standard formalism of quantum mechanics to allow non-Hermitian operators as generators of time evolution, we addressExpand
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Quantum Decoherence: A Logical Perspective
The so-called classical limit of quantum mechanics is generally studied in terms of the decoherence of the state operator that characterizes a system. This is not the only possible approach toExpand
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Evolution of quantum observables: from non-commutativity to commutativity
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A fundamental aspect of the quantum-to-classical limit is the transition from a non-commutative algebra of observables to commutative one, when time tends to infinity. Expand
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