6 edition of Long Time Behaviour of Classical and Quantum Systems found in the catalog.
by World Scientific Publishing Company
Written in English
|Contributions||Sandro Graffi (Editor), Andre Martinez (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||300|
understood. In it, von Neumann studied the long-time behavior of macroscopic quantum systems. While one of the two theorems announced in his title, the one he calls the “quantum H-theorem,” is actually a much weaker statement than Boltzmann’s classical H-theorem, the other theorem, which he calls the “quantum. Moreover, if a quantum system has a classical analogue, then for the limit h → 0, it must yield the corresponding classical results. Thus, in the uncertainty principle, as h → 0 in the classical limit, the product Δ x Δ p x → 0 and therefore a simultaneous precise measurement of position and momentum at macroscopic level becomes.
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Long Time Behaviour of Classical and Quantum Systems. Proceedings of the Bologna. Get this from a library. Long time behaviour of classical and quantum systems: proceedings of the Bologna APTEX International Conference: Bologna, Italy, September [S Graffi; André Martinez;] -- This book is centered on the two minicourses conducted by C Liverani (Rome) and J Sjoestrand (Paris) on the return to equilibrium in classical statistical mechanics and the location.
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An overview is given of the long-time and long-distance behavior of correlation functions in both classical and quantum statistical mechanics. After a simple derivation of the classical long-time tails in equilibrium time correlation functions, we discuss analogous long-distance phenomena in nonequilibrium classical systems.
The paper then draws analogies between these phenomena and similar. Series on Concrete and Applicable Mathematics Long Time Behaviour of Classical and Quantum Systems, pp.
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THE CHANGE IN QUANTUM MECHANICAL SYSTEMS WITH TIME. Integration of Schroedinger Equation when an External Parameter. The Long Time Behaviour /5(2). Series on Concrete and Applicable Mathematics Long Time Behaviour of Classical and Quantum Systems, pp.
() No Access Application to the Aharonov-Bohm Effect J.M Bily. Get this from a library. Long time behaviour of classical and quantum systems: proceedings of the Bologna APTEX International Conference: Bologna, Italy, September [S Graffi; André Martinez;].
Quantum theory. A heuristic postulate called the correspondence principle was introduced to quantum theory by Niels Bohr: in effect it states that some kind of continuity argument should apply to the classical limit of quantum systems as the value of Planck's constant normalized by the action of these systems becomes very small.
Often, this is approached through "quasi-classical" techniques. Parabolic dynamical systems and inducing, in Long Time Behaviour of Classical and Quantum Systems, Proceedings of the Bologna APTEX Conference (Bologna, Italy, Sept ), Edited by S. Graffi and A. Martinèz, World Scientific Macroscopic Quantum Behaviour of Periodic Quantum arXivv1 [quant-ph] 2 Sep Macroscopic quan tum b eha viour of p erio dic qu an tum systems.
Get this from a library. Long Time Behaviour of Classical and Quantum Systems: Proceedings of the Bologna Aptex International Conference, Bologna, Italy, September [Sandro Graffi] -- This book is centered on the two minicourses conducted by C Liverani (Rome) and J Sjoestrand (Paris) on the return to equilibrium in classical statistical mechanics and the location of quantum.
In it, von Neumann studied the long-time behavior of macroscopic quantum systems. While one of the two theorems announced in his title, the one he calls the "quantum H-theorem", is actually a much weaker statement than Boltzmann's classical H-theorem, the other theorem, which he calls the "quantum ergodic theorem", is a beautiful and very non.
Classical Behavior of Systems of Quantum Oscillators. In book: Quantum Theory of Optical Coherence: Selected Papers and Lectures, pp the long time behavior of the coherence is. We analyze the long-time behavior of transport equations for a class of dissipative quantum systems with Fokker-planck type diffusion operator, subject to confining potentials of harmonic oscillator type.
We establish the existence and uniqueness of a non-equilibrium steady state for the corresponding dynamics. Further, using a (classical) convex Sobolev inequality, we prove an optimal. We present a general theory of classical metastability in open quantum systems.
Metastability is a consequence of a large separation in timescales in the dynamics, leading to the existence of a regime when states of the system appear stationary, before eventual relaxation towards a true stationary state at much larger times. In this work, we focus on the emergence of classical.
The transition from quantum to classical behaviour of the considered system is analysed and it is shown that the classicality takes place during a finite interval of time. [ 8,12 ]. The computer calculations presented below are motivated by the fact that we know very little about the behaviour of quantum systems subject to the time-dependent, and especially oscillating, boundary conditions.
As far as we know, this work is the first one in that direction. A quantum system is described by a wavefunction, which evolves in time as a function of its energy E.
Basically, its energy determines its frequency. When a wave interacts with another wave with a similar frequency, interference occurs, but if it interacts with a a bunch of waves of very different frequency, it becomes submerged and.$\begingroup$ The main difference between quantum systems and classical ones seems to be that quantum systems actually exist, while classical systems are only an approximation of the behavior of quantum systems in certain limits (e.g.
large mass/energy, high temperature, long timescales). Beyond that your question is way too general, at least.