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The leading theme of the book is complexity in quantum dynamics. This issue is addressed by comparison with the classical ergodic, information and algorithmic complexity theories. Of particular importance is the notion of Kolmogorov-Sinai dynamical entropy and of its inequivalent quantum extensions formulated by Connes, Narnhofer and Thirring on one hand and Alicki and Fannes on the other. Their connections with extensions to quantum systems of Kolmogorov-Chaitin-Solomonoff algorithmic complexity theory is also presented. The technical tools employed are those of the algebraic approach to…mehr

Produktbeschreibung
The leading theme of the book is complexity in quantum dynamics. This issue is addressed by comparison with the classical ergodic, information and algorithmic complexity theories. Of particular importance is the notion of Kolmogorov-Sinai dynamical entropy and of its inequivalent quantum extensions formulated by Connes, Narnhofer and Thirring on one hand and Alicki and Fannes on the other. Their connections with extensions to quantum systems of Kolmogorov-Chaitin-Solomonoff algorithmic complexity theory is also presented. The technical tools employed are those of the algebraic approach to quantum statistical mechanics which offers a unifying view of classical and quantum dynamical systems. Proofs and examples are provided in order to make the presentation self consistent.

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  • Produktdetails
  • Verlag: Springer-Verlag GmbH
  • Erscheinungstermin: 17.04.2009
  • Englisch
  • ISBN-13: 9781402093067
  • Artikelnr.: 37339535
Inhaltsangabe
1 Introduction
Part I Classical Dynamical Systems
2 Classical Dynamics and Ergodic Theory
2.1 Classical Dynamical Systems
2.2 Symbolic Dynamics
2.3 Ergodicity and Mixing
2.4 Information and Entropy
3 Dynamical Entropy and Information
3.1 Dynamical Entropy
3.2 Codes and Shannon Theorems
4 Algorithmic Complexity
4.1 Kolmogorov Complexity
4.2 Algorithmic Complexity and Entropy Rate
4.3 Pre_x Algorithmic Complexity
Part II Quantum Dynamical Systems
5 Quantum Mechanics of Finite Degrees of Freedom
5.1 Hilbert Space and Operator Algebras
5.2 Algebras of Bounded Operators on H
5.3 Quantum Systems with Finite Degrees of Freedom
5.4 Quantum States
5.5 Dynamics and State-Transformations
6 Quantum Information Theory
6.1 Quantum Information Theory 6.2 Bipartite Entanglement
6.3 Relative Entropy
7 Quantum Mechanics of Infinite Degrees of Freedom
7.1 Observables, States and Dynamics
7.2 Entropy Density
7.3 Quantum Spin Chains as Quantum Sources
Part III Quantum Dynamical Entropies and Complexities
8 Quantum Dynamical Entropies
8.1 CNT Entropy: Decompositions of States
8.2 AFL Entropy: OPUs
9 Quantum Algorithmic Complexity
9.1 Quantum Algorithmic Complexities
References
Rezensionen
From the reviews: "This book fits very well with the recent trends in theoretical and mathematical physics exploiting the interrelations between quantum theory, statistical mechanics and information theory. ... The book is clearly written and contains a reasonable amount of elementary background material illustrated by numerous examples, and therefore can serve very well students at the graduate level and researchers entering the field of quantum dynamics and quantum information." (Robert Alicki, Mathematical Reviews, Issue 2010 c)