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In quantum mechanics, environmental decoherence describes that quantum states of a closed system change in only one measurable state by interaction with the environment.



Decoherence can thus be viewed as the loss of information from a system into the environment, since every system is loosely coupled with the energetic state of its surroundings.



The decoherence concept was introduced around 1970 by the German physicist Dieter Zeh.

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