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Switching stabilization of quantum stochastic master equations

@inproceedings{Liang2022SwitchingSO,
  title={Switching stabilization of quantum stochastic master equations},
  author={Weichao Liang and Tommaso Grigoletto and Francesco Ticozzi},
  year={2022}
}
The problem of stabilizing pure states and subspaces for continuously monitored quantum systems is central in quantum control, and is addressed here using switching of controlled dynamics. This allows for fast, flexible control design methods which naturally include dissipative control actions. Different control laws are proposed, based either on the average state, or on the measurement record, and with or without requiring invariance of the target for all the switching dynamics. Global and… 

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