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Generalized Complexity and Classical-Quantum Transition
AbstractWe investigate the classical limit of the dynamics of a semiclassical system that represents the interaction between matter and a given field. On using as a quantifier the q- Complexity, we find that it describes appropriately the quantum-classical transition, detecting the most salient details of the changeover. Additionally the q-Complexity results a better quantifier of the problem than the q-entropy, in the sense that the q-range is enlarged, describing the q-Complexity, the most important characteristics of the transition for all q-value.
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Kowalski, A.M.; Plastino, A.; Casas, M. Generalized Complexity and Classical-Quantum Transition. Entropy 2009, 11, 111-123.View more citation formats
Kowalski AM, Plastino A, Casas M. Generalized Complexity and Classical-Quantum Transition. Entropy. 2009; 11(1):111-123.Chicago/Turabian Style
Kowalski, A. M.; Plastino, Angelo; Casas, Montserrat. 2009. "Generalized Complexity and Classical-Quantum Transition." Entropy 11, no. 1: 111-123.
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