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Construction of kinetic equations for nonequilibrium quantum systems
G. O. Balabanyan
A study is made of nonequilibrium quantum systems for which a restricted set of macroscopic variables is adequate to describe their evolution. A general scheme is developed for constructing a Markov solution of the Liouville equation; this scheme enables one to obtain closed transport equations for the macroscopic variables. The general scheme is illustrated by the construction of kinetic equations for an exciton-phonon system with allowance for a binary interaction of the excitons.
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Theoretical and Mathematical Physics, 1974, 20:2, 802–811
G. O. Balabanyan, “Construction of kinetic equations for nonequilibrium quantum systems”, TMF, 20:2 (1974), 250–264; Theoret. and Math. Phys., 20:2 (1974), 802–811
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V. P. Vereshchagin, M. P. Kashchenko, “Markov form of the nonequilibrium statistical operator for systems with weak interaction”, Theoret. and Math. Phys., 42:1 (1980), 87–90
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