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Comparison of quantum state protection against decoherence via weak measurement, a survey

@inproceedings{Harraz2021ComparisonOQ,
  title={Comparison of quantum state protection against decoherence via weak measurement, a survey},
  author={Sajede Harraz and Shuang Cong and Juan J. Nieto},
  year={2021}
}
One of the crucial tasks in quantum systems is to reduce the effects of decoherence due to the unavoidable interactions between a system and its environment. Many protection schemes have been proposed recently, among them the weak measurement quantum measurement reversal (WMQMR), weak measurementbased quantum feedback control (QFBC) and quantum feed-forward control (QFFC) are reviewed in this paper. By considering weak measurement, the aim is to find a balance between information gain and… Expand

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