When the physical properties of the system approach a macroscopic level, the Milburn formulation aims to adjust Schrödinger’s equation so that coherence is lost automatically. Intrinsic decoherence is the term for this type of decoherence. Thus, Milburn equations are used to explore the decoherence caused here due to the loss of coherence between the sub-systems of a composite state and not caused by the environment. While the master equations prompt us to experience the decoherence effects in quantum systems caused by the environmental interaction.
The present study the influence of intrinsic decoherence on quantum resources.
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