On Landau–Zener Transitions for Dephasing Lindbladians

@article{Fraas2016OnLT,
  title={On Landau–Zener Transitions for Dephasing Lindbladians},
  author={Martin Fraas and Lisa H{\"a}nggli},
  journal={Annales Henri Poincar{\'e}},
  year={2016},
  volume={18},
  pages={2447-2465}
}
We consider a driven open system whose evolution is described by a Lindbladian. The Lindbladian is assumed to be dephasing and its Hamiltonian part to be given by the Landau–Zener Hamiltonian. We derive a formula for the transition probability which, unlike previous results, extends the Landau–Zener formula to open systems. 
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