Replacing quantum feedback with open-loop control and quantum filtering
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Feedback control protocols can stabilize and enhance the operation of quantum devices, however, unavoidable delays in the feedback loop adversely affect their performance. We introduce a quantum control methodology, combining open-loop control with quantum filtering, which is not constrained by feedback delays. For the problems studied (rapid purification and rapid measurement) we analytically derive lower bounds on the control performance that are comparable with the best corresponding bounds for feedback protocols.
Physical Review A (Atomic, Molecular and Optical Physics)
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Quantum Information, Computation and Communication