7 edition of **Open systems and measurement in relativistic quantum theory** found in the catalog.

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Published
**1999**
by Springer in Berlin, New York
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Written in English

- Relativistic quantum theory -- Congresses,
- Physical measurements -- Congresses,
- Open systems (Physics) -- Congresses

**Edition Notes**

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Statement | Heinz-Peter Breuer, Francesco Petruccione (eds.). |

Genre | Congresses. |

Series | Lecture notes in physics,, 526 |

Contributions | Breuer, Heinz-Peter, 1961-, Petruccione, F. |

Classifications | |
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LC Classifications | QC174.24.R4 O64 1999 |

The Physical Object | |

Pagination | 240 p. : |

Number of Pages | 240 |

ID Numbers | |

Open Library | OL40238M |

ISBN 10 | 3540659781 |

LC Control Number | 99030633 |

Most authors agree on the following point: neither the primitive notions nor the first four postulates of OQM are controversial. But this is the case neither of the Projection Postulate nor of the Theory of Measurement. The list of authors who have tried to solve the measurement problem in quantum mechanics is very by: 3. Quantum field theory is the result of the combination of classical field theory, quantum mechanics, and special relativity.: xi A brief overview of these theoretical precursors is in order. The earliest successful classical field theory is one that emerged from Newton's law of universal gravitation, despite the complete absence of the concept of fields from his treatise Philosophiæ.

Lecture Notes. Quantization of the Free Scalar Field. Notes on the Euler-Maclaurin Summation Formula. Informal Notes on Distributions and the Fourier Transform. Informal Notes Dirac Delta Function as a Distribution. Quantum Mechanics and Path Integrals. Path Integrals, Green's Functions, and Generating Functions. The control of individual quantum systems promises a new technology for the 21st century – quantum technology. This book is the first comprehensive treatment of modern quantum measurement and.

In , Zeh proposed to analyze the measuring process within the context of the theory of open quantum systems and see it as a typical many-body interaction problem. approach to quantum evolution and the Fisher information based derivation of the fundamental Lagrangians leading to relativistic wave equations. how open quantum systems. There is a fundamental connection between the problem of quantum measurement and the problem of the brain. The attempt to make quantum theory into a complete theory of physics runs into a major stumbling block: the unitary evolution of the Schrödinger equation does not contain anywhere within itself the mechanism which can cause the collapse of the wavefunction.

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This book treats modern aspects of open systems, measurement, and decoherence in relativistic quantum theory.

It starts with a comprehensive introduction to the problems related to measuring local and nonlocal observables and the constraints. The basic features of the non-Markovian quantum behavior of open systems are examined on the basis of projection operator techniques.

In addition, the book expounds the relativistic theory of quantum measurements and discusses several examples from unified perspective, e.g. non-local measurements and quantum by: This book treats modern aspects of open systems, measurement, and decoherence in relativistic quantum theory.

It starts with a comprehensive introduction to the problems related to measuring local and nonlocal observables and the constraints imposed by the causality principle. This book treats the central physical concepts and mathematical techniques used to investigate the dynamics of open quantum systems.

To provide a self-contained presentation, the text begins with a survey of classical probability theory and with an introduction to the foundations of quantum mechanics, with particular emphasis on its statistical interpretation and on the formulation of.

The Theory of Open Quantum Systems. on the formulation of generalized measurement theory through quantum operations and effects. the book. Get this from a library.

Open systems and measurement in relativistic quantum theory: proceedings of the workshop held at the Istituto italiano per gli studi filosofici, Naples, April[Heinz-Peter Breuer; F Petruccione;]. The basic features of the non-Markovian quantum behaviour of open systems are examined on the basis of projection operator techniques.

In addition, the book expounds the relativistic theory of quantum measurements and discusses several examplesfrom a unified perspective, e.g. non-local measurements and quantum teleportation. Name of workshop: Open Systems and Measurement in Relativistic Quantum Theory. Description: Seiten ; 24 cm: Illustrationen.

Contents: State vector reduction in relativistic quantum mechanics: An introduction.- Quantum measurements, open systems and dynamical entropy.- EEQT - A way out of the quantum trap Perhaps quantum mechanics is viewed as the most remarkable development in 20th century physics.

Each successful theory is exclusively concerned about "results of measurement". Quantum mechanics point of view is completely different from classical physics in measurement, because in microscopic world of quantum mechanics, a direct measurement as classical form Cited by: 2.

Alicki R. () Quantum measurements, open systems and dynamical entropy. In: Breuer HP., Petruccione F. (eds) Open Systems and Measurement in Relativistic Quantum Theory.

Lecture Notes in Physics, vol Author: Robert Alicki. The physics of open quantum systems plays a major role in modern experiments and theoretical developments of quantum mechanics.

Written for graduate students and readers with research interests in open systems, this book provides an introduction into the main ideas and concepts, in addition to developing analytical methods and computer simulation techniques.

Open Systems and Measurement in Relativistic Quantum Theory: Proceedings of the Workshop held at the Istituto Italiano per gli Studi Filosofici, Napoli, /5(12). In physics, an open quantum system is a quantum-mechanical system which interacts with an external quantum system, the environment or general, these interactions significantly change the dynamics of the system and result in quantum dissipation, where the information contained in the system is lost to its e no quantum system is completely.

The present volume is devoted to this problem: we shall be concerned with open quantum systems, i.e. those that cannot be regarded as isolated from the rest of the physical universe.

It is a natural framework in which non-stationary processes can be investigated. There are two main approaches to the treatment of open systems in quantum theory. Representation theorem for quantum operations 87 Quantum measurement and entropy 92 Approximate measurements 93 Indirect quantum measurements 96 Quantum non-demolition measurements References II DENSITY MATRIX THEORY Quantum master equations Closed and open quantum systems The Liouville.

theory of open systems. Historically these mathematical structures were rst developed into a fully consistent theory in the theory of measurements. Statistics of measurement outcomes in any physical theory is described by a state of the system and a set of observables.

An observable corresponds to a quantity that canFile Size: KB. This chapter develops the theory of measurements in relativistic quantum mechanics.

The presentation is based on the idea to consider the state of a relativistic quantum system as a functional on the set of space-like hypersurfaces in Minkowski space. This idea leads to a manifest covariant time-evolution equation, known as Schwinger–Tomonaga equation, and.

A short review of ideas in quantum information theory. Quantum mechanics is presented together with some useful tools for quantum mechanics of open systems.

The treatment is pedagogical and suitable for beginning graduates in the field. ( views) An Introduction to Relativistic Quantum Mechanics by M. De Sanctis - arXiv, RelativisticQuantum Mechanics 1 Special Relativity 1 One-particle states 7 The Klein–Gordon equation 9 The Dirac equation 14 Gauge symmetry 30 Chapter summary 36 The aim of this chapter is to introduce a relativistic formalism which can be used to describe particles and their interactions.

The emphasis. The basic features of the non-Markovian quantum behaviour of open systems are examined on the basis of projection operator techniques.

In addition, the book expounds the relativistic theory of quantum measurements and discusses several examples from a unified perspective, e.g.

non-local measurements and quantum teleportation. Quantum entanglement is the physical phenomenon that occurs when a pair or group of particles is generated, interact, or share spatial proximity in a way such that the quantum state of each particle of the pair or group cannot be described independently of the state of the others, even when the particles are separated by a large distance.

The topic of quantum entanglement is at .Relativistic Quantum Field Theory I, is a one-term self-contained subject in quantum field theory. Concepts and basic techniques are developed through applications in elementary particle physics, and condensed matter : Prof.

Alan Guth. The basic features of the non-Markovian quantum behaviour of open systems are examined on the basis of projection operator techniques. In addition, the book expounds the relativistic theory of quantum measurements and discusses several examples from a unified perspective, e.g.

non-local measurements and quantum teleportation.5/5(4).