Quantum Networks

Quantum Networks Book Details:

Publisher : Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN-13 : 3662031760

Page : 392 pages

Rating : 4.5/5 from 760 voters

The focus here is on density matrix theory cast into a representation - SU(n) algebra - since this is particularly adapted to describing networks of quasi-molecular subsystems. This approach allows an understanding of how classical properties emerge within a quantum mechanical world and how non-classical features survive in a classical environment. The authors introduce and discuss non-classical aspects such as single-particle and multi-particle coherence such that a picture evolves of how these features are generated and destroyed by interactions with the environment. The outcome is a description of how the dynamics of individual quantum systems are interrelated with information dynamics.

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