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Method of spectral Green functions in driven open quantum dynamics

@inproceedings{Karabanov2020MethodOS,
  title={Method of spectral Green functions in driven open quantum dynamics},
  author={A. Karabanov and Walter Kockenberger},
  year={2020}
}
A novel method based on spectral Green functions is presented for the simulation of driven open quantum dynamics that can be described by the Lindblad master equation in Liouville density operator space. The method extends the Hilbert space formalism and provides simple algebraic connections between the driven and non-driven dynamics in the spectral frequency domain. The formalism shows remarkable analogies to the use of Green functions in quantum field theory such as the elementary excitation… 

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