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Physics-based mathematical models for quantum devices via experimental system identification

Schirmer, Sonia G. and Oi, Daniel K. L. and Devitt, Simon J. (2008) Physics-based mathematical models for quantum devices via experimental system identification. In: Conference on Physics-Based Mathematical Models of Low-Dimensional Semiconductor Nanostructures - Analysis and Computation, 2007-11-18 - 2007-11-23.

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Abstract

We consider the task of intrinsic control system identification for quantum devices. The problem of experimental determination of subspace confinement is considered, and simple general strategies for full Hamiltonian identification and decoherence characterization of a controlled two-level system are presented.