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A Probabilistic Framework for Controlling Quantum Systems

  title={A Probabilistic Framework for Controlling Quantum Systems},
  author={Randa Herzallah and Abdessamad Belfakir},
A new control method that considers all sources of uncertainty and noises that might affect the time evolutions of quantum physical systems is introduced. Under the proposed approach, the dynamics of quantum systems are characterised by probability density functions (pdfs), thus providing a complete description of their time evolution. Using this probabilistic description, the proposed method suggests the minimisation of the distance between the actual pdf that describes the joint distribution… 

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