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DESCRIPTION:Abstract: For a mathematician\, basic quantum theory may be vi
ewed as a generalized (non-commutative) probability theory. The current ma
thematical research in non-commutative probability and stochastic processe
s has been greatly influenced by scientific developments in quantum commun
ication and the physics of open quantum systems. In this presentation\, I
wish to explore a few of the more fundamental ideas in (discrete time\, Ma
rkovian) quantum stochastic processes\, guided by a class of classical Mar
kov chains obtained from elementary mechanical systems. \n\nHost: John McC
arthy\n\nTea will be served @ 3:30pm in Cupples I\, room 200.
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SUMMARY:Quantum Science Colloquium: 'What is a quantum Markov chain? A begi
nnerâ€™s look into non-commutative probability theory'
URL;TYPE=URI:https://math.wustl.edu/events/quantum-science-colloquium-what-
quantum-markov-chain-beginner%E2%80%99s-look-non-commutative
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