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Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. Akulin Editor ,. Dynamics of an open system interacting with theenvironment considered as a thermostate may be formulatedin terms of a master equation with an integral operator allowing for the relaxation process, [Zwanzig ]. In some part- ular cases this operator hasashort-lastingkernel that enables one to consider therelaxation as a Markovian process and to obtainthe master equation Dynamics of an open system interacting with theenvironment considered as a thermostate may be formulatedin terms of a master equation with an integral operator allowing for the relaxation process, [Zwanzig ].
In some part- ular cases this operator hasashort-lastingkernel that enables one to consider therelaxation as a Markovian process and to obtainthe master equation inthe Lindblad form, [Lindblad a ]. In some situations the memory effects become, however, important and the dynamics of thesystem gets much more involved, [Barnett ]. A similar situation arises inthe case where a set of consecutive or continuous measurements is performed. The purpose of this article is to consider a situation where some simplification of the generalform of the master equation with memory isstill possibleand the result isasimpler master equation.
In particular, we consider the case of a dynamic system c- pled to a measured ancilla via a nondemolition interaction, [Caves ]. This simplifies the consideration essentiallywhereas providing an important special case inwhich the energy of the dynamic part is conserved. We consider a composite quantum system consisting of a dynamic part - teracting with an ancillary part, the latter being subject to repeated projective measurements. The entire quantum system is assumed to evolve unitarily d- ing time? As a specific example, we analyze a harmonic oscillator coupledtoatwo-level ancillathat issubject to measu- ments.
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Hardcover , pages. Published August 10th by Springer first published More Details Other Editions 3. Motional damping of impurity atoms in Bose-Einstein condensates; I. Mazets and G. Part V Internal-translational entanglement and interference in atoms and molecules.
Internal-translational entanglement and interference in atoms and molecules; T. Opatrn et al. Atom-mesoscopic field entanglement S.
Haroch et al. Coherence and decoherence experiments with fullerenes, M.
Arnd et al. Distant entanglement of macroscopic gassamples; J. Sherson et al.
Vedral, H. The focus of the discussion will be the inapplicability of current decoherence theory and decoherence master equations for modeling as well as experimental design with complex and CAS. Paterek, M. Vaziri, A. Stefanov, A. Rasel, H. Aspelmeyer, M.
Entanglement in optical lattices; T. Investigation of Autler-Townes effect in sodium dimmers; R.
Decoherence, Entanglement and Information Protection in Complex Quantum Strong Entanglement of Bright Light Beams in Controlled Quantum Systems. Proceedings of the NATO ARW on Decoherence, Entanglement and Information Protection in Complex Quantum Systems, Les Houches, France, from 26 to
Garcia-Fernande et al. Transition steering via space-dependent coupling; M.
Leibscher and S. Coherence and decoherence in Rydberg gases; P. Pillet et al. Part VI Proton entanglement and decoherence in solids. Schroedinger's cat states of protons in condensed matter; M. Krzystynia et al. Anomalous neutron inelastic cross sections at eV energy transfers; J. Mayers and T. Quantum entanglement and decoherence due to electrons-protons coupling; T. Abdul-Redah et al. Attosecond effects in scattering of neutrons and electrons from protons; C.
Chatzidimitriou-Dreismann et al. Macroscopic quantum entanglement; F. Probing short-lived entanglement with inelastic X-ray scattering; H.
Nauman et al. Proton-proton correlations in condensed matter; E. Is Fermi's golden rule always true for Compton scattering? Mazet et al. On correlation approach to scattering in the decoherence timescale; C. Chatzidimitriou-Dreismann and S. Part VII Coherence and entanglement in mesoscopic systems.
Coherence and entanglement in mesoscopic systems; M. Blaauboer et al. Probe scattering by fluctuating multiatom ensembles in optical lattices; M. Bose-Einstein condensates with laser-induced dipole-dipole interactions; D. O'Dell et al. Atom optics with Bose-Einstein condensation using optical potentials; N. Katz et al. A mesoscopic Mach-Zehnder interferometer; Y. Ji et al.
Coherent transport by adiabatic pumping; M. Zeno and anti-Zeno effects in driven josephson junctions; A. Barone et al. Fabrication of 'quiet' superconducting flux-qubits; E. Sarnelli et al. Broken symmetry and coherence; A. Dykhne and A. References , Index. Du kanske gillar.