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10). The projection operator method is quite general, and with it we may obtain an “intermediate” equation, the generalized master equation. From Eq. 13) i(1 − P)ρ˙ = (1 − P)L(Pρ + (1 − P)ρ). 14) Writing a formal solution to Eq. 14), we have t (1 − P)ρ = − i dt [exp(−i(1 − P)L(1 − P)t )(1 − P) × L Pρ(t − t )] 0 + exp(−i(1 − P)L(1 − P)t)(1 − P)ρ(0); t > 0. 15) Here a time initial value, ρ(0), has been assumed, with 0 ≤ t ≤ ∞. Thus, Eq. 15) is not equivalent to the von Neumann equation, where −∞ ≤ t ≤ ∞.
Finally, using the fact that pq has length (squared) λ, the length of pq1 , which we call z, is 1 1 z = λ − y = λ − (1 + λ) = (λ − 1) . 2 2 We now rewrite the relation previously obtained, 2w (q) = w (q1 ), as 2w (λ) = w 1 (λ − 1) 2 16 Foundations of quantum statistical mechanics for λ > 1. Since by our construction, r ⊥ q, 1 λ w (λ) + w = w ( p) = 1, we have that 1 − w (λ) = w 1 . λ If we now define x = (1 + λ)−1 = cos2 θ, the rest of the demonstration follows by simple algebra. e. λ > 1), and for a second relation, 1 − f (x) = f (1 − x) .