Beyond bilinear controllability : applications to quantum control
Turinici, Gabriel (2007), Beyond bilinear controllability : applications to quantum control, Control of coupled partial differential equations, Birkhauser : Berlin, p. 293-309
TypeCommunication / Conférence
External document linkhttp://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/hal-00311267/en/
Conference titleOptimal Control of Coupled Systems of PDE
Book titleControl of coupled partial differential equations
Number of pages293-309
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Abstract (EN)Quantum control is traditionally expressed through bilinear models and their associated Lie algebra controllability criteria. But, the first order approximation are not always sufficient and higher order developpements are used in recent works. Motivated by these applications, we give in this paper a criterion that applies to situations where the evolution operator is expressed as sum of possibly non-linear real functionals of the control that multiplies some time independent (coupling) operators.
Subjects / KeywordsNumerical analysis; Quantum physics
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