Synthesis of Linear Coherent Quantum Control Systems Using A Differential Evolution Algorithm
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We propose a new method to construct an optimal linear coherent quantum controller based on an evolutionary optimization method, namely a differential evolution algorithm. The aim is to provide a straightforward approach to deal with both nonlinear and nonconvex constraints arising in the coherent quantum controller synthesis. The solution to this control problem involves a complex algebraic Riccati equation, which corresponds to a physical realizability condition for the coherent quantum controller. The proposed method is demonstrated through an example of an entanglement control problem for a quantum network comprising two cascaded optical parametric amplifiers.
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