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The conventional probabilistic point of view implies that if a particle has a probability $p$ to make a transition from one site to another site, then the average transport should be $=p}$ with a variance $Var(Q)=(1-p)p$. In the quantum mechanical context this observation becomes a non-trivial manifestation of restricted quantum-classical correspondence. We demonstrate this observation by considering the full counting statistics which is associated with a two level coherent transition in thedoi:10.1103/physreva.77.012109 fatcat:dxehha4iwnft5kcsd3jobpsv5u