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By Philippe Biane, Luc Bouten, Fabio Cipriani, Norio Konno, Quanhua Xu, Uwe Franz, Michael Schuermann

This quantity includes the revised and accomplished notes of lectures given on the tuition "Quantum power thought: constitution and functions to Physics," held on the Alfried-Krupp-Wissenschaftskolleg in Greifswald from February 26 to March 10, 2007.

Quantum capability thought stories noncommutative (or quantum) analogs of classical power conception. those lectures offer an creation to this concept, targeting probabilistic strength concept and it quantum analogs, i.e. quantum Markov techniques and semigroups, quantum random walks, Dirichlet kinds on C* and von Neumann algebras, and boundary idea. functions to quantum physics, particularly the filtering challenge in quantum optics, also are presented.

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Rλ f (x) = IEx e−λt f (Xt )dt , x ∈ Rn , 0 for sufficiently integrable f on Rn , where IEx denotes the conditional expectation given that {X0 = x}. It satisfies the resolvent equation Rλ − Rµ = (µ − λ)Rλ Rµ , λ, µ > 0. We refer to [Kal02] for the following result. 2. Let (Tt )t∈R+ be a Feller semigroup on C0 (Rn ) with resolvent Rλ , λ > 0. Then there exists an operator A with domain D ⊂ C0 (Rn ) such that λ > 0. 3) Rλ−1 = λI − A, The operator A is called the generator of (Tt )t∈R+ and it characterizes (Tt )t∈R+ .

Next is a constructive approach to the definition of Brownian motion, using the decomposition ∞ 1[0,t] = t en n=0 en (s)ds. 0 34 N. 8 1 Fig. 8 Sample paths of one-dimensional Brownian motion. 5. For all t ∈ R+ , let ∞ Bt (ω) := J1 (1[0,t] ) = t ξn (ω) n=0 en (s)ds. 4) cf. Figure 8. 2) shows that if u1 , . . , un are orthogonal in L2 (R+ ) then J1 (u1 ), . . 1 of Jacod and Protter [JP00], we get the following. 6. Let u1 , . . e. ui , uj L2 (R+ ) = 0, 1 ≤ i = j ≤ n. Then (J1 (u1 ), . . , J1 (un )) is a vector of independent Gaussian centered random variables with respective variances u1 2L2 (R+ ) , .

E. µs,t depends only on the difference t−s, and we will denote it by µt−s . In this case the family (T0,t )t∈R+ is denoted by (Tt )t∈R+ . It defines a transition semigroup associated to (Xt )t∈R+ , with Tt f (x) = IE[f (Xt ) | X0 = x] = Rn f (y)µt (x, dy), x ∈ Rn , and satisfies the semigroup property Tt Ts f (x) = IE[Ts f (Xt ) | X0 = x] = IE[IE[f (Xt+s ) | Xs ] | X0 = x] = IE[IE[f (Xt+s ) | Fs ] | X0 = x] = IE[f (Xt+s ) | X0 = x] = Tt+s f (x), which can be formulated as the Chapman-Kolmogorov equation µs+t (x, A) = µs ∗ µt (x, A) = Rn µs (x, dy)µt (y, A).

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