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Generalize dissipaton theory versus Fokker-Planck quantum master equation with quadratic coupling environment

  title={Generalize dissipaton theory versus Fokker-Planck quantum master equation with quadratic coupling environment},
  author={Zi-Hao Chen and Yao Wang and Ruixue Xu and Yijing Yan},
Quadratic system–bath coupling term plays a critical role in many real–world physical models. To treat the quadratic coupling term exactly, we have developed the generalized dissipaton–equations–of–motion (DEOM) method and stochastic–fields–dressed DEOM (SFD–DEOM) method. Among them, the generalized DEOM needs to be scruti-nized and SFD–DEOM has many restrictions in the application. In this article, we combine the traditional DEOM theory with the Fokker–Planck algebra. The resulting Fokker… 

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