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Decoherence and entropy in complex systems : selected lectures from DICE 2002 / H.-T. Elze (ed.).

Contributor(s): Elze, Hans-Thomas [editor] | International Workshop on Decoherence, Information, Complexity and Entropy (1st : 2002 : Piombino, Italy).
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: Lecture notes in physics, 633.Copyright date: Berlin ; New York : Springer, 2004Edition: First Edition.Description: xiii, 403 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.ISBN: 9783540206392.Subject(s): Coherent states | Estados coherentes | Quantum theory | Teoría cuántica | Entropy | EntropíaDDC classification: 530.1
Partial contents:
An Overview -- Introduction: The Relevance of Gravity for DICE -- Dynamics of Pure Shape, Relativity, and the Problem of Time -- Dynamics without Time for Quantum Gravity: Covariant Hamiltonian Formalism and Hamilton-Jacobi Equation on the Space G -- Some Recent Developments in the Decoherent Histories Approach to Quantum Theory -- Is There an Information-Loss Problem for Black Holes? -- Threshold Effects and Lorentz Symmetry -- Towards a Statistical Geometrodynamics -- Introduction: Quantum Theory and Beneath? -- Probability of Intrinsic Time-Arrow from Information Loss -- Master and Langevin Equations for Interaction with Electromagnetic and Gravitational Environments -- Dissipation, Emergent Quantization, and Quantum Fluctuations -- Chaotic Quantization: Maybe the Lord Plays Dice, After All? -- Quantum Correlations in Classical Statistics -- Quantum Mechanics and Discrete Time from “Timeless” Classical Dynamics -- Introduction: Experimental and Theoretical Status of Decoherence -- Decoherence and Quantum Trajectories -- Decoherence in Discrete Quantum Walks -- Decoherence and Quantum-State Measurement in Quantum Optics -- The Structure of the Vacuum and the Photon Number -- On the Possibility of Quantum Coherence in Biological Systems with Application to Quantum Computing -- Introduction: From Efficient Quantum Computation to Nonextensive Statistical Mechanics -- Uncertainty Domains Associatedwith Time Limited Perceptual Tasks: Fuzzy Overlaps or Quantum Entanglement? -- Measurement and Information Extraction in Complex Dynamics Quantum Computation -- Spin Glasses: Still Complex after All These Years? -- Information Theory and Generalized Statistics -- Generalization of Boltzmann Equilibration Dynamics -- On the Emergence of Nonextensivity at the Edge of Quantum Chaos.
Abstract: The contributions to this volume are based on selected lectures from the first international workshop on decoherence, information, complexity and entropy (DICE). These contributions reflect and acknowledge the growing importance of common concepts behind seemingly different fields such as quantum mechanics, general relativity and statistical physics in a form accessible to nonspecialist researchers. Many of the presentations include original results, which are published here for the first time.
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Includes index.

Includes bibliographical references.

An Overview -- Introduction: The Relevance of Gravity for DICE -- Dynamics of Pure Shape, Relativity, and the Problem of Time -- Dynamics without Time for Quantum Gravity: Covariant Hamiltonian Formalism and Hamilton-Jacobi Equation on the Space G -- Some Recent Developments in the Decoherent Histories Approach to Quantum Theory -- Is There an Information-Loss Problem for Black Holes? -- Threshold Effects and Lorentz Symmetry -- Towards a Statistical Geometrodynamics -- Introduction: Quantum Theory and Beneath? -- Probability of Intrinsic Time-Arrow from Information Loss -- Master and Langevin Equations for Interaction with Electromagnetic and Gravitational Environments -- Dissipation, Emergent Quantization, and Quantum Fluctuations -- Chaotic Quantization: Maybe the Lord Plays Dice, After All? -- Quantum Correlations in Classical Statistics -- Quantum Mechanics and Discrete Time from “Timeless” Classical Dynamics -- Introduction: Experimental and Theoretical Status of Decoherence -- Decoherence and Quantum Trajectories -- Decoherence in Discrete Quantum Walks -- Decoherence and Quantum-State Measurement in Quantum Optics -- The Structure of the Vacuum and the Photon Number -- On the Possibility of Quantum Coherence in Biological Systems with Application to Quantum Computing -- Introduction: From Efficient Quantum Computation to Nonextensive Statistical Mechanics -- Uncertainty Domains Associatedwith Time Limited Perceptual Tasks: Fuzzy Overlaps or Quantum Entanglement? -- Measurement and Information Extraction in Complex Dynamics Quantum Computation -- Spin Glasses: Still Complex after All These Years? -- Information Theory and Generalized Statistics -- Generalization of Boltzmann Equilibration Dynamics -- On the Emergence of Nonextensivity at the Edge of Quantum Chaos.

The contributions to this volume are based on selected lectures from the first international workshop on decoherence, information, complexity and entropy (DICE). These contributions reflect and acknowledge the growing importance of common concepts behind seemingly different fields such as quantum mechanics, general relativity and statistical physics in a form accessible to nonspecialist researchers. Many of the presentations include original results, which are published here for the first time.

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