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**Multiquantum systems and point processes. I: Generating functionals and nonlinear semigroups.**
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Zbl 0731.60110

Summary: An algebraic approach to representation theory and the description of multicomponent quantum systems is considered. A generating multiquantum state functional and nonlinear completely positive map are introduced and a dilation theorem giving a nonlinear extension of GNS and Stinenspring theorem is proved. A number particle operator-valued weight and an empirical weight operator generating a macroscopic inductive algebra are defined, and asymptotic commutativity of this algebra is proved. A canonical multiquantum stochastic process called quasi-Poissonian is constructed and the general structure of the generator for infinite divisible multi-quantum states as well as multiquantum semigroups is found. An existence theorem extending the Lindblad theorem to unbounded generators as well as nonlinear generators is proved. The class of quasi- free quantum point stochastic processes is introduced to describe Markovian dynamics of non-interacting quantum particles and corresponding birth, branching and current nonlinear semigroups and their generators are studied.

### MSC:

60K40 | Other physical applications of random processes |

81R05 | Finite-dimensional groups and algebras motivated by physics and their representations |

81R10 | Infinite-dimensional groups and algebras motivated by physics, including Virasoro, Kac-Moody, \(W\)-algebras and other current algebras and their representations |

60J99 | Markov processes |

### Keywords:

multicomponent quantum systems; dilation theorem; asymptotic commutativity; quasi-free quantum point stochastic processes
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\textit{V. P. Belavkin}, Rep. Math. Phys. 28, No. 1, 57--90 (1989; Zbl 0731.60110)

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