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Quantum Networks: Dynamics of Open Nanostructures
The superposition principle makes quantum networks behave very differently from their classical counterparts: We discuss how local and non-local coherence are generated and how these may affect the function of composite systems. Numerical examples concern quantum trajectories, quantum noise and quantum parallelism.
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