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The Caldeira-Leggett model is a widely known model for quantum dissipation. It was invented and studied by Amir Caldeira and Anthony James Leggett in the early 1980's.
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The Hamiltonian reads
where X, P and M are the position, the momentum and the mass of the system respectively. qi, pi and mi are the position, the momentum and the mass of harmonic-oscillators.
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