Gravitational waves, diffusion and decoherence

@article{Reynaud2008GravitationalWD,
  title={Gravitational waves, diffusion and decoherence},
  author={S. Reynaud and B. Lamine and M. Jaekel},
  journal={arXiv: General Relativity and Quantum Cosmology},
  year={2008}
}
The quite different behaviors exhibited by microscopic and macroscopic systems with respect to quantum interferences suggest that there may exist a naturally frontier between quantum and classical worlds. The value of the Planck mass (22$\mu$g) may lead to the idea of a connection between this borderline and intrinsic fluctuations of spacetime. We show that it is possible to obtain quantitative answers to these questions by studying the diffusion and decoherence mechanisms induced on quantum… Expand

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