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Speed of Environment Induced Decoherence using Quantum Functional Inequalities

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Environment Induced Decoherence is a physical concept which gives a dynamical explanation to the disappearance of quantum phenomenon in the real world. In a few words, it states that a quantum system is never isolated so that quantum correlations disappear due to the action of the environment on the system. Focusing on finite-dimensional quantum systems undergoing Markovian evolutions, we show how the usual non-commutative Poincare and log-Sobolev inequalities can be adapted in order to capture the speed of decoherence.

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