Quantum Jarzynski Equality in Open Quantum Systems from the One-Time Measurement Scheme.

@article{Sone2020QuantumJE,
  title={Quantum Jarzynski Equality in Open Quantum Systems from the One-Time Measurement Scheme.},
  author={Akira Sone and Yi-Xiang Liu and Paola Cappellaro},
  journal={Physical review letters},
  year={2020},
  volume={125 6},
  pages={
          060602
        }
}
In open quantum systems, a clear distinction between work and heat is often challenging, and extending the quantum Jarzynski equality to systems evolving under general quantum channels beyond unitality remains an open problem in quantum thermodynamics. In this Letter, we introduce well-defined notions of guessed quantum heat and guessed quantum work, by exploiting the one-time measurement scheme, which only requires an initial energy measurement on the system alone. We derive a modified quantum… 
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