We consider a class of pure-state preparation problems for stochastic quantum dynamics, by means of Hamiltonian control, continuous measurement and quantum feedback, in the presence of a Markovian environment. We prove that, whenever suitable dissipative effects are induced either by the unmonitored environment or by continuous-time measurements, open-loop time-invariant control is in principle sufficient to achieve stabilization of the target state (in probability). When this is not sufficient, we show that state stabilization can be attained for a wide class of models by the addition of a switching, filtering-based feedback control Hamiltonian.
|Titolo:||Environment-assisted and feedback-assisted stabilization of quantum stochastic evolutions|
|Autori:||Ticozzi F; Nishio K; Altafini C|
|Data di pubblicazione:||2012|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||4.1 Contribution in Conference proceedings|