# Classicalization Clearly: Quantum Transition into States of Maximal Memory Storage Capacity

@article{Dvali2018ClassicalizationCQ, title={Classicalization Clearly: Quantum Transition into States of Maximal Memory Storage Capacity}, author={G. R. Dvali}, journal={arXiv: High Energy Physics - Theory}, year={2018} }

Classicalization is a phenomenon of redistribution of energy - initially stored in few hard quanta - into the high occupation numbers of the soft modes, described by a final state that is approximately classical. Using an effective Hamiltonian, we first show why the transition amplitudes that increase occupation numbers are exponentially suppressed and how a very special family of classicalizing theories compensates this suppression. This is thanks to a large micro-state entropy generated by… Expand

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