In this book the process of decoherence is reviewed from both the theoretical and the experimental physicist's point of view. Implications of this important concept for fundamental problems of quantum theory and for chemistry and biology are also given. This broad review of decoherence addresses researchers and graduate students. It could also be used in seminar work.Proceedings of a Workshop Held at Bielefeld, Germany, 10-14 Novbember 1998 P. Blanchard ... The solution of the non-Markovian generalized master equation to second order (17) can also be obtained easily for this ... For t alt; tr all rates coincide and are linear in t in the limit t -agt; 0, which leads to the quantum mechanically correct quadratic transition probability for short times in contrast to the usualanbsp;...
|Title||:||Decoherence: Theoretical, Experimental, and Conceptual Problems|
|Publisher||:||Springer Science & Business Media - 2000-01-24|