# Quantum anomalies and linear response theory

@article{Sela2010QuantumAA, title={Quantum anomalies and linear response theory}, author={Itamar Sela and J. Aisenberg and T. Kottos and Doron Cohen}, journal={Journal of Physics A}, year={2010}, volume={43}, pages={332001} }

The analysis of diffusive energy spreading in quantized chaotic driven systems leads to a universal paradigm for the emergence of a quantum anomaly. In the classical approximation, a driven chaotic system exhibits stochastic-like diffusion in energy space with a coefficient D that is proportional to the intensity e 2 of the driving. In the corresponding quantized problem the coherent transitions are characterized by a generalized Wigner time te, and a self-generated (intrinsic) dephasing… CONTINUE READING

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