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The Resource Quantum Dissipative Systems, (electronic resource)
Quantum Dissipative Systems, (electronic resource)
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 Summary
 Starting from first principles, this book introduces the fundamental concepts and methods of dissipative quantum mechanics and explores related phenomena in condensed matter systems. Major experimental achievements in cooperation with theoretical advances have brightened the field and brought it to the attention of the general community in natural sciences. Nowadays, working knowledge of dissipative quantum mechanics is an essential tool for many physicists. This book  originally published in 1990 and republished in 1999 and and 2008 as enlarged second and third editions  delves significantl
 Language
 eng
 Edition
 4th ed.
 Extent
 1 online resource (587 p.)
 Note
 Description based upon print version of record
 Contents

 Preface; Preface to the Third Edition; Preface to the Second Edition; Preface to the First Edition; Contents; 1 Introduction; I GENERAL THEORY OF OPEN QUANTUM SYSTEMS; 2 Diverse limited approaches: a brief survey; 2.1 Langevin equation for a damped classical system; 2.2 New schemes of quantization; 2.3 Traditional systemplusreservoir methods; 2.3.1 Quantummechanical master equations for weak coupling; 2.3.2 Lindblad theory; 2.3.3 Operator Langevin equations for weak coupling; 2.3.4 Generalized quantum Langevin equation; 2.3.5 Generalized quasiclassical Langevin equation
 2.3.6 Phenomenological methods2.4 Stochastic dynamics in Hilbert space; 3 Systemplusreservoir models; 3.1 Harmonic oscillator bath with linear coupling; 3.1.1 The Hamiltonian of the global system; 3.1.2 The road to generalized Langevin equations; 3.1.3 Phenomenological modeling of friction; 3.1.4 Quantum statistical properties of the stochastic force; 3.1.5 Displacement correlation function; 3.1.6 Thermal propagator and imaginarytime correlations; 3.1.7 Ohmic and frequencydependent damping; 3.1.8 Fractional Langevin equation; 3.1.9 Rubin model
 3.1.10 Interaction of a charged particle with the radiation field3.2 Ergodicity; 3.3 The spinboson model; 3.3.1 The model Hamiltonian; 3.3.2 Flux and charge qubits: reduction to the spinboson model; 3.4 Microscopic models; 3.4.1 Acoustic polaron: onephonon and twophonon coupling; 3.4.2 Optical polaron; 3.4.3 Interaction with fermions (normal and superconducting); 3.4.4 Superconducting tunnel junction; 3.5 Charging and environmental effects in tunnel junctions; 3.5.1 The global system for single electron tunneling; 3.5.2 Resistor, inductor, and transmission lines
 3.5.3 Charging effects in junctions3.6 Nonlinear quantum environments; 4 Imaginarytime approach and equilibrium dynamics; 4.1 General concepts; 4.1.1 Density matrix and reduced density matrix; 4.1.2 Imaginarytime path integral; 4.2 Effective action and equilibrium density matrix; 4.2.1 Open system with bilinear coupling to a harmonic reservoir; 4.2.2 Statedependent memory friction; 4.2.3 Spinboson model; 4.2.4 Acoustic polaron and defect tunneling: onephonon coupling; 4.2.5 Acoustic polaron: twophonon coupling; 4.2.6 Tunneling between surfaces: onephonon coupling; 4.2.7 Optical polaron
 4.2.8 Heavy particle in a metal4.2.9 Heavy particle in a superconductor; 4.2.10 Effective action of a junction; 4.2.11 Electromagnetic environment; 4.3 Partition function of the open system; 4.3.1 General path integral expression; 4.3.2 Semiclassical approximation; 4.3.3 Partition function of the damped harmonic oscillator; 4.3.4 Functional measure in Fourier space; 4.3.5 Partition function of the damped harmonic oscillator revisited; 4.4 Quantum statistical expectation values in phase space; 4.4.1 Generalized Weyl correspondence; 4.4.2 Generalized Wigner function and expectation values
 5 Realtime path integrals and nonequilibrium dynamics
 Isbn
 9789814374910
 Label
 Quantum Dissipative Systems
 Title
 Quantum Dissipative Systems
 Title variation

 Quantum Dissipative Systems #Fourth Edition); Quantum Dissipative Systems
 Quantum Dissipative Systems
 Language
 eng
 Summary
 Starting from first principles, this book introduces the fundamental concepts and methods of dissipative quantum mechanics and explores related phenomena in condensed matter systems. Major experimental achievements in cooperation with theoretical advances have brightened the field and brought it to the attention of the general community in natural sciences. Nowadays, working knowledge of dissipative quantum mechanics is an essential tool for many physicists. This book  originally published in 1990 and republished in 1999 and and 2008 as enlarged second and third editions  delves significantl
 Cataloging source
 AUPeEL
 http://library.link/vocab/creatorName
 Weiss, Ulrich
 Dewey number
 530.12
 LC call number
 QC174.12 .W45
 Nature of contents
 dictionaries
 http://library.link/vocab/subjectName

 Mathematical physics
 Path integrals
 Quantum theory
 Thermodynamics
 Label
 Quantum Dissipative Systems, (electronic resource)
 Note
 Description based upon print version of record
 Contents

 Preface; Preface to the Third Edition; Preface to the Second Edition; Preface to the First Edition; Contents; 1 Introduction; I GENERAL THEORY OF OPEN QUANTUM SYSTEMS; 2 Diverse limited approaches: a brief survey; 2.1 Langevin equation for a damped classical system; 2.2 New schemes of quantization; 2.3 Traditional systemplusreservoir methods; 2.3.1 Quantummechanical master equations for weak coupling; 2.3.2 Lindblad theory; 2.3.3 Operator Langevin equations for weak coupling; 2.3.4 Generalized quantum Langevin equation; 2.3.5 Generalized quasiclassical Langevin equation
 2.3.6 Phenomenological methods2.4 Stochastic dynamics in Hilbert space; 3 Systemplusreservoir models; 3.1 Harmonic oscillator bath with linear coupling; 3.1.1 The Hamiltonian of the global system; 3.1.2 The road to generalized Langevin equations; 3.1.3 Phenomenological modeling of friction; 3.1.4 Quantum statistical properties of the stochastic force; 3.1.5 Displacement correlation function; 3.1.6 Thermal propagator and imaginarytime correlations; 3.1.7 Ohmic and frequencydependent damping; 3.1.8 Fractional Langevin equation; 3.1.9 Rubin model
 3.1.10 Interaction of a charged particle with the radiation field3.2 Ergodicity; 3.3 The spinboson model; 3.3.1 The model Hamiltonian; 3.3.2 Flux and charge qubits: reduction to the spinboson model; 3.4 Microscopic models; 3.4.1 Acoustic polaron: onephonon and twophonon coupling; 3.4.2 Optical polaron; 3.4.3 Interaction with fermions (normal and superconducting); 3.4.4 Superconducting tunnel junction; 3.5 Charging and environmental effects in tunnel junctions; 3.5.1 The global system for single electron tunneling; 3.5.2 Resistor, inductor, and transmission lines
 3.5.3 Charging effects in junctions3.6 Nonlinear quantum environments; 4 Imaginarytime approach and equilibrium dynamics; 4.1 General concepts; 4.1.1 Density matrix and reduced density matrix; 4.1.2 Imaginarytime path integral; 4.2 Effective action and equilibrium density matrix; 4.2.1 Open system with bilinear coupling to a harmonic reservoir; 4.2.2 Statedependent memory friction; 4.2.3 Spinboson model; 4.2.4 Acoustic polaron and defect tunneling: onephonon coupling; 4.2.5 Acoustic polaron: twophonon coupling; 4.2.6 Tunneling between surfaces: onephonon coupling; 4.2.7 Optical polaron
 4.2.8 Heavy particle in a metal4.2.9 Heavy particle in a superconductor; 4.2.10 Effective action of a junction; 4.2.11 Electromagnetic environment; 4.3 Partition function of the open system; 4.3.1 General path integral expression; 4.3.2 Semiclassical approximation; 4.3.3 Partition function of the damped harmonic oscillator; 4.3.4 Functional measure in Fourier space; 4.3.5 Partition function of the damped harmonic oscillator revisited; 4.4 Quantum statistical expectation values in phase space; 4.4.1 Generalized Weyl correspondence; 4.4.2 Generalized Wigner function and expectation values
 5 Realtime path integrals and nonequilibrium dynamics
 Dimensions
 unknown
 Edition
 4th ed.
 Extent
 1 online resource (587 p.)
 Form of item
 electronic
 Isbn
 9789814374910
 Specific material designation
 remote
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 (CKB)2550000000101743
 (EBL)919102
 (OCoLC)794328397
 Label
 Quantum Dissipative Systems, (electronic resource)
 Note
 Description based upon print version of record
 Contents

 Preface; Preface to the Third Edition; Preface to the Second Edition; Preface to the First Edition; Contents; 1 Introduction; I GENERAL THEORY OF OPEN QUANTUM SYSTEMS; 2 Diverse limited approaches: a brief survey; 2.1 Langevin equation for a damped classical system; 2.2 New schemes of quantization; 2.3 Traditional systemplusreservoir methods; 2.3.1 Quantummechanical master equations for weak coupling; 2.3.2 Lindblad theory; 2.3.3 Operator Langevin equations for weak coupling; 2.3.4 Generalized quantum Langevin equation; 2.3.5 Generalized quasiclassical Langevin equation
 2.3.6 Phenomenological methods2.4 Stochastic dynamics in Hilbert space; 3 Systemplusreservoir models; 3.1 Harmonic oscillator bath with linear coupling; 3.1.1 The Hamiltonian of the global system; 3.1.2 The road to generalized Langevin equations; 3.1.3 Phenomenological modeling of friction; 3.1.4 Quantum statistical properties of the stochastic force; 3.1.5 Displacement correlation function; 3.1.6 Thermal propagator and imaginarytime correlations; 3.1.7 Ohmic and frequencydependent damping; 3.1.8 Fractional Langevin equation; 3.1.9 Rubin model
 3.1.10 Interaction of a charged particle with the radiation field3.2 Ergodicity; 3.3 The spinboson model; 3.3.1 The model Hamiltonian; 3.3.2 Flux and charge qubits: reduction to the spinboson model; 3.4 Microscopic models; 3.4.1 Acoustic polaron: onephonon and twophonon coupling; 3.4.2 Optical polaron; 3.4.3 Interaction with fermions (normal and superconducting); 3.4.4 Superconducting tunnel junction; 3.5 Charging and environmental effects in tunnel junctions; 3.5.1 The global system for single electron tunneling; 3.5.2 Resistor, inductor, and transmission lines
 3.5.3 Charging effects in junctions3.6 Nonlinear quantum environments; 4 Imaginarytime approach and equilibrium dynamics; 4.1 General concepts; 4.1.1 Density matrix and reduced density matrix; 4.1.2 Imaginarytime path integral; 4.2 Effective action and equilibrium density matrix; 4.2.1 Open system with bilinear coupling to a harmonic reservoir; 4.2.2 Statedependent memory friction; 4.2.3 Spinboson model; 4.2.4 Acoustic polaron and defect tunneling: onephonon coupling; 4.2.5 Acoustic polaron: twophonon coupling; 4.2.6 Tunneling between surfaces: onephonon coupling; 4.2.7 Optical polaron
 4.2.8 Heavy particle in a metal4.2.9 Heavy particle in a superconductor; 4.2.10 Effective action of a junction; 4.2.11 Electromagnetic environment; 4.3 Partition function of the open system; 4.3.1 General path integral expression; 4.3.2 Semiclassical approximation; 4.3.3 Partition function of the damped harmonic oscillator; 4.3.4 Functional measure in Fourier space; 4.3.5 Partition function of the damped harmonic oscillator revisited; 4.4 Quantum statistical expectation values in phase space; 4.4.1 Generalized Weyl correspondence; 4.4.2 Generalized Wigner function and expectation values
 5 Realtime path integrals and nonequilibrium dynamics
 Dimensions
 unknown
 Edition
 4th ed.
 Extent
 1 online resource (587 p.)
 Form of item
 electronic
 Isbn
 9789814374910
 Specific material designation
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 (CKB)2550000000101743
 (EBL)919102
 (OCoLC)794328397
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