Hacia una mejor comprensión de la decoherencia desde una perspectiva general
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Fortín, S. (2012). Hacia una mejor comprensión de la decoherencia desde una perspectiva general. Revista Colombiana De Filosofía De La Ciencia, 12(24). https://doi.org/10.18270/rcfc.v12i24.1695

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El trabajo se propone presentar un enfoque de la decoherencia cuántica más general
que el enfoque tradicional de la decoherencia inducida por el entorno (environmentinduced
decoherence) formulado por Zurek y sus colaboradores. Este nuevo enfoque,
que viene desarrollándose en diversas publicaciones de nuestro grupo, adopta la perspectiva
del sistema cerrado completo, sistema más entorno, y se basa en el análisis
de la evolución temporal de los valores medios de los observables de dicho sistema
cerrado. Al unificar la decoherencia inducida por el entorno y algunas propuestas
alternativos, este nuevo enfoque facilitaría la elucidación del concepto de decoherencia
desde una perspectiva general.

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