Nonclassical time correlation functions in continuous quantum measurement


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BEDNORZ, Adam, Wolfgang BELZIG, Abraham NITZAN, 2011. Nonclassical time correlation functions in continuous quantum measurement

@unpublished{Bednorz2011Noncl-16167, title={Nonclassical time correlation functions in continuous quantum measurement}, year={2011}, author={Bednorz, Adam and Belzig, Wolfgang and Nitzan, Abraham} }

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