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Short coherent control pulse with small random errors in its direction

@article{ZhiKun2012ShortCC,
  title={Short coherent control pulse with small random errors in its direction},
  author={Su Zhi-Kun and Jiang Shao-ji},
  journal={arXiv: Quantum Physics},
  year={2012}
}
The finite-amplitude short coherent control pulse with small random errors in its direction is considered. We derive the conditions for it to approximate an ideal delta-shaped pulse up to an error in the second order of pulse duration. Whether the symmetric and asymmetric pulse shapes would fulfill these conditions is also analyzed. The result shows that, under one of these conditions, all symmetric pulse shapes can fulfill this condition but not for all asymmetric ones.. 

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