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DATE

1983-11

AUTHORS

M. Ohya

ABSTRACT

When a state of a physical system dynamically changes to another state, it is important to know the correlation existing between the initial state and the final state. This correlation is described by a compound state (measure) in classical systems. In this note, we show a way how to construct such a compound state in quantum systems which is an extension of the classical compound state. More... »

PAGES

402-404

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/bf02789599

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