We discuss three control strategies, all aimed at countering the effects of deciherence. The first strategy hinges upon the quantum Zeno effect, the second makes use of frequent unitary interruptions ("bang-bang" pulses) and the third of a strong, continuous coupling. Decoherence is suppressed if the frequency N of the measurements/pulses is large enough or if the coupling K is sufficiently strong. However, if N or K are large, but not sufficiently large, all procedures accelerate decoherence.

Invariant subspaces and control of decoherence

FACCHI, PAOLO;PASCAZIO, Saverio
2006

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We discuss three control strategies, all aimed at countering the effects of deciherence. The first strategy hinges upon the quantum Zeno effect, the second makes use of frequent unitary interruptions ("bang-bang" pulses) and the third of a strong, continuous coupling. Decoherence is suppressed if the frequency N of the measurements/pulses is large enough or if the coupling K is sufficiently strong. However, if N or K are large, but not sufficiently large, all procedures accelerate decoherence.
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