|Start Page Number:||744|
|End Page Number:||753|
|Publication Date:||Sep 2017|
|Journal:||Optimal Control Applications and Methods|
|Authors:||Harraz Sajede, Yang Jingbei, Li Kezhi, Cong Shuang|
|Keywords:||optimization, simulation, heuristics, measurement|
This paper explores the optimal control of quantum state transfer in a two‐dimensional quantum system by a sequence of non‐selective projection measurements. We show that for a given initial state, one can always find the corresponding projection operator that can effectively drive the given initial state to any arbitrary target pure state. An external control field is proposed to compensate the effect of the free evolution of system. Numerical simulations and characteristics analysis are given in three cases: without considering free evolution, considering free evolution, and with the action of external control field. The simulating experimental results show that the optimal measurement control is more effective by using proposed external control field.