The central theme of this lecture collection is quantum dynamics, regarded mostly as the dynamics of entanglement and that of decoherence phenomena. Both these concepts appear to refer to the behavior of surprisingly fragile features of quantum systems supposed to model quantum memories and to implement quantum date processing routines. This collection may serve as an essential resource for those interested in both theoretical description and practical applications of fundamentals of quantum mechanics.
Description of Quantum Entanglement with Nilpotent Polynomials (V Akulin); Quantum Memories as Open Systems (R Alicki); Entanglement in Many-Body Systems (J Anders); Asymptotic Entanglement in Open Quantum Systems (F Benatti); Models for Qubits Open System Dynamics (M Fannes); Nilpotents, Quantum Mechanics and Flavor of Entanglement (A Frydryszak); Experiments on Quantum Coherence with Cold Atoms (W Gawlik); Superadditivity Effects in Quantum Communication - A Selection (P Horodecki); Dynamical Entanglement of Three-Level Atoms (L Jakobczyk); PPT States, Entanglement and Its Measures (W A Majewski); Sudden Death and Sudden Birth of Entanglement (R Tana?); Asymptotic Bahavior of Quantum Walks with Disorder in Space and Time (R F Werner); Quantum Infodynamics (M Ziman); Dynamics and Entropy Growth in Interacting Quantum Systems (K ?yczkowski).
Tertiary; University or College
Number Of Pages: 240
Published: 31st July 2011
Country of Publication: SG
Dimensions (cm): 22.86 x 15.49
Weight (kg): 0.58