Quantum Dynamics Generated by Long-Range Interactions for Lattice Fermion and Quantum Spins
de Siqueira Pedra, W.
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We study the macroscopic dynamics of fermion and quantum-spin systems with long-range, or mean-field, interactions, which turns out to be equivalent to an intricate combination of classical and short-range quantum dynamics. In this paper we focus on the quantumpart of the long-range macroscopic dynamics. The classical part is studied in a companion paper. Altogether, the results obtained are far beyond previous ones and required the development of a suitable mathematical framework. The entanglement of classical and quantum worlds is noteworthy, opening new theoretical perspectives, and is shown here to be a consequence of the highly non-local character of long-range, or mean-field, interactions.
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