Dynamics of Open Quantum Systems
by Keith H. Hughes
Publisher: CCP6 2006
Number of pages: 94
The booklet contains primers to the topic of dissipative quantum systems and should serve as a guide to many of the recent developments in this field. It should be of interest to both the specialist and non-specialist in this field.
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