Quantum Dissipative Systems
by F. Guinea, E. Bascones, M.J. Calderon
Number of pages: 81
One of the most interesting topic of quantum mechanics is the study of open quantum systems. By it, we mean a simple quantum system, described by one or a few degrees of freedom, interacting with a background characterized by a continuum of excitations.
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