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Force Tracking in Cavity Optomechanics with a Two-Level Quantum System by Kalman Filtering

@article{Gong2019ForceTI,
  title={Force Tracking in Cavity Optomechanics with a Two-Level Quantum System by Kalman Filtering},
  author={Beili Gong and D. Dong and Weizhou Su and Wei Cui},
  journal={arXiv: Quantum Physics},
  year={2019}
}
This paper investigates waveform estimation (tracking) of the time-varying force in a two-level optomechanical system with backaction noise by Kalman filtering. It is assumed that the backaction and measurement noises are Gaussian and white. By discretizing the continuous-time optomechanical system, the state of the resulting system can be estimated by the unbiased minimum variance Kalman filtering. Then an estimator of the time-varying force is obtained, provided that the external force is… 
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