Measurement, filtering and control in quantum open dynamical systems

@article{Belavkin1999MeasurementFA,
  title={Measurement, filtering and control in quantum open dynamical systems},
  author={V. Belavkin},
  journal={Reports on Mathematical Physics},
  year={1999},
  volume={43}
}
  • V. Belavkin
  • Published 1999
  • Mathematics, Physics
  • Reports on Mathematical Physics
  • Abstract A Markovian model for a quantum automata, i.e. an open quantum dynamical system with input and output channels and a feedback is described. A multi-stage version of the theory of quantum measurement and statistical decisions applied to the optimal control problem for quantum dynamical discrete-time objects is developed. Quantum analogies of Stratonovich nonstationary filtering and Bellman quantum dynamical programming for the discrete time are obtained. The Gaussian case of quantum one… CONTINUE READING
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