ISBN-10:
3540516131
ISBN-13:
9783540516132
Pub. Date:
09/27/1989
Publisher:
Springer Berlin Heidelberg
Quantum Probability and Applications IV: Proceedings of the Year of Quantum Probability, held at the University of Rome II, Italy, 1987 / Edition 1

Quantum Probability and Applications IV: Proceedings of the Year of Quantum Probability, held at the University of Rome II, Italy, 1987 / Edition 1

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ISBN-13: 9783540516132
Publisher: Springer Berlin Heidelberg
Publication date: 09/27/1989
Series: Lecture Notes in Mathematics , #1396
Edition description: 1989
Pages: 364
Product dimensions: 6.10(w) x 9.25(h) x 0.03(d)

Table of Contents

Cecchini's transition expectations and markov chains.- Central limits of squeezing operators.- On the weak coupling limit problem.- On multi-dimensional markovian cocycles.- Quantum stop times.- Quantum random walks.- Unitary dilation of a nonlinear quantum boltzmann equation.- On isometries of non associative Lp-spaces.- Convolution semigroups in quantum probability and quantum stochastic calculus.- Stochastic couplings for von neumann algebras.- The covering property in a causal logic.- Temperature states of spin-boson models.- Bernoulli fields.- The relations of the non-commutative coefficient algebra of the unitary group.- Orthogonal series and strong laws of large numbers in von neumann algebras.- Limit theorems for repeated measurements and continuous measurement processes.- Quantum diffusions on the algebra of all bounded operators on a hilbert space.- Asymptotic formula for normal operators in non-commutative L2-spaces.- Convergences in W*-algebras — Their strange behaviour and tools for their investigation.- Positive mappings on matrix algebras.- Fluctuations of the dicke maser.- Tangent bimodule and locality for dissipative operators on C*-algebras.- Noncommutative stochastic processes with independent and stationary additive increments.- The atom in the radiation field as a quantum stochastic process.

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