Control Theory: From Classical to Quantum Optimal, Stochastic, and Robust Control
by M.R. James
Publisher: Australian National University 2005
Number of pages: 89
The purpose of these notes is to provide an overview of some aspects of optimal and robust control theory considered relevant to quantum control. The notes begin with classical deterministic optimal control, move through classical stochastic and robust control, and conclude with quantum feedback control.
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