Adiabatic quantum decoherence in many non-interacting subsystems induced by the coupling with a common boson bath

  title={Adiabatic quantum decoherence in many non-interacting subsystems induced by the coupling with a common boson bath},
  author={H. H. Segnorile and C. E. Gonz'alez and R. C. Zamar},
  journal={Annals of Physics},

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