Zoran Skoda
dissipation

Dissipation is a physical process in which the system under consideration looses its energy. One can think of such a system as being open; in other words, the energy “leaks” externally or into forms not being in the model. For example, a mechanical system looses energy by friction. The heat which is produced is not accounted for in a purely mechanical model.

  • related nnLab entries include Langevin equation?
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  • R. P. Feynman, F. L. Vernon, Ann. Phys. (N.Y.) 24, 118 A963).
  • B. Belchev, M.A. Walton, On Wigner functions and a damped star product in dissipative phase-space quantum mechanics, Annals of Physics 324 (2009) 670–681

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