Non-Markovian dynamics of mixed fermionic-bosonic systems: Rotating-wave-approximation coupling

Non-Markovian dynamics of mixed fermionic-bosonic systems: Rotating-wave-approximation coupling Employing quadratic fermionic and bosonic Hamiltonians for collective and internal subsystems with a linear rotating-wave-approximation coupling, we studied the role of heat-bath statistics on the dynamics of the collective motion. The master equations for the collective occupation number derived directly from the quadratic Hamiltonians and within the Non-Markovian Langevin approach are discussed and their solutions are obtained. Because of the different nature of the heat-bath statistics, the path to equilibrium or the relaxation time is affected as shown in the numerical calculations. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Physical Review A American Physical Society (APS)

Non-Markovian dynamics of mixed fermionic-bosonic systems: Rotating-wave-approximation coupling

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Non-Markovian dynamics of mixed fermionic-bosonic systems: Rotating-wave-approximation coupling

Abstract

Employing quadratic fermionic and bosonic Hamiltonians for collective and internal subsystems with a linear rotating-wave-approximation coupling, we studied the role of heat-bath statistics on the dynamics of the collective motion. The master equations for the collective occupation number derived directly from the quadratic Hamiltonians and within the Non-Markovian Langevin approach are discussed and their solutions are obtained. Because of the different nature of the heat-bath statistics, the path to equilibrium or the relaxation time is affected as shown in the numerical calculations.
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The American Physical Society
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Copyright © ©2017 American Physical Society
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1050-2947
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1094-1622
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10.1103/PhysRevA.96.012114
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Abstract

Employing quadratic fermionic and bosonic Hamiltonians for collective and internal subsystems with a linear rotating-wave-approximation coupling, we studied the role of heat-bath statistics on the dynamics of the collective motion. The master equations for the collective occupation number derived directly from the quadratic Hamiltonians and within the Non-Markovian Langevin approach are discussed and their solutions are obtained. Because of the different nature of the heat-bath statistics, the path to equilibrium or the relaxation time is affected as shown in the numerical calculations.

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Physical Review AAmerican Physical Society (APS)

Published: Jul 13, 2017

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