Quantifying quantum non-Markovianity based on quantum coherence via skew information
Lian-He Shao, Yu-Ran Zhang, Yu Luo, Zhengjun Xi, and Shao-Ming Fei
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Submission date: 19. Jan. 2020
published in: Laser physics letters, 17 (2020) 1, art-no. 015202
DOI number (of the published article): 10.1088/1612-202X/ab5fe3
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Based on the nonincreasing property of quantum coherence via skew information under incoherent completely positive and trace-preserving maps, we propose a non-Markovianity measure for open quantum processes. As applications, by applying the proposed measure to some typical noisy channels, we ﬁnd that it is equivalent to the three previous measures of non-Markovianity for phase damping and amplitude damping channels, i.e., the measures based on the quantum trace distance, dynamical divisibility, and quantum mutual information. For the random unitary channel, it is equivalent to the non-Markovianity measure based on l1 norm of coherence for a class of output states and it is incompletely equivalent to the measure based on dynamical divisibility. We also use the modiﬁed Tsallis relative α entropy of coherence to detect the non-Markovianity of dynamics of quantum open systems, the results show that the modiﬁed Tsallis relative α entropy of coherence are more comfortable than the original Tsallis relative α entropy of coherence for small α.