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Bound on the closed quantum dynamics under stochastic noise

  title={Bound on the closed quantum dynamics under stochastic noise},
  author={Kohei Hongo, Hirokazu Kobayashi},
Quantum information technologies require careful control for preparing a desired target state used for an information resource. The one of the obstacles is the stochastic noise on the control Hamiltonian, under which the realistic control performance is severely limited. Therefore, the reachability analysis, which in our scenario quantifying the distance between the obtained state under the noise and the target state, is of great importance. This paper gives a lower bound of the fidelity for a… 

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