Mean Field Asymptotic Behavior of Quantum Particles with Initial Correlations

@inproceedings{Gerasimenko2014MeanFA,
  title={Mean Field Asymptotic Behavior of Quantum Particles with Initial Correlations},
  author={Viktor Ivanovich Gerasimenko},
  year={2014}
}
In the paper we consider the problem of the rigorous description of the kinetic evolution in the presence of initial correlations of quantum large particle systems. One of the developed approaches consists in the description of the evolution of quantum many-particle systems within the framework of marginal observables in mean field scaling limit. Another method based on the possibility to describe the evolution of states within the framework of a one-particle marginal density operator governed… 

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