- Review of the Nakajima-Zwanzig formulation of non-Markovian Master Equations (time nonlocal)
- Review of the decomposition of the spectral density
- Rewriting the Hamiltonian in the collective mode representation
- The non-Markovian quantum master equation in the collective mode representation
- Spectral density in the collective mode representation and computational considerations
- Results: Barrier crossing rates as a function of temperature and friction for the original and the collective mode representation

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