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Energy Full Counting Statistics and Return to Equilibrium

@inproceedings{Panangaden2021EnergyFC,
  title={Energy Full Counting Statistics and Return to Equilibrium},
  author={Jane Panangaden},
  year={2021}
}
We consider a finite dimensional quantum system S in an arbitrary initial state coupled to an infinitely extended quantum thermal reservoir R in equilibrium at inverse temperature β. The coupling is given by a bounded perturbation of the dynamics and the coupling strength is controlled by a parameter λ. We assume the system S +R has the property of return to equilibrium, which means that after sufficiently long time, the joint system will have reached equilibrium at inverse temperature β. In… 

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