Dephase

Definitions

  • Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
    • v. t Dephase (Elec) To put out of phase, as two parts of a single alternating current.
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Usage


In science:

Dephasing can also give similar escape probability.
Violation of general Friedel sum rule in mesoscopic systems
Dephasing processes, if necessary, are introduced in the same way.
Quantum Zeno-like effect due to competing decoherence mechanisms
Therefore, all random dephasing events, i.e all processes that provide for a rapid quantum mechanical phase destruction but leave the diagonal elements of the density matrix unchanged, cause the same dynamical effect on the evolution of the system like genuine quantum-nondemolition measurements.
Quantum Zeno-like effect due to competing decoherence mechanisms
Abstract. – The analysis of dissipation and dephasing in driven mesoscopic devices requires a distinction between two notions of quantum irreversibility.
Quantum Irreversibility of Energy Spreading
It turns out that the analysis of dissipation and dephasing in driven mesoscopic devices requires a distinction between two different notions of ”irreversibility”.
Quantum Irreversibility of Energy Spreading
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