Effectively classical quantum states for open systems

Blanchard P, Olkiewicz R (2000)
PHYSICS LETTERS A 273(4): 223-231.

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Notions of robust and 'classical' states for an open quantum system are introduced and discussed in the framework of the isometric-sweeping decomposition. Using the predictability sieve proposed by Zurek [Phys. Rev. D 24 (1981) 1516; 26 (1982) 1862], 'quasi-classical' states are defined. A number of examples illustrating how the 'quasi-classical' states correspond to classical points in phase space connected with the measuring apparatus are presented. (C) 2000 Published by Elsevier Science B.V.
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Blanchard P, Olkiewicz R. Effectively classical quantum states for open systems. PHYSICS LETTERS A. 2000;273(4):223-231.
Blanchard, P., & Olkiewicz, R. (2000). Effectively classical quantum states for open systems. PHYSICS LETTERS A, 273(4), 223-231.
Blanchard, P., and Olkiewicz, R. (2000). Effectively classical quantum states for open systems. PHYSICS LETTERS A 273, 223-231.
Blanchard, P., & Olkiewicz, R., 2000. Effectively classical quantum states for open systems. PHYSICS LETTERS A, 273(4), p 223-231.
P. Blanchard and R. Olkiewicz, “Effectively classical quantum states for open systems”, PHYSICS LETTERS A, vol. 273, 2000, pp. 223-231.
Blanchard, P., Olkiewicz, R.: Effectively classical quantum states for open systems. PHYSICS LETTERS A. 273, 223-231 (2000).
Blanchard, Philippe, and Olkiewicz, R. “Effectively classical quantum states for open systems”. PHYSICS LETTERS A 273.4 (2000): 223-231.
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