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Applications of Quantum Stochastic Processes in Quantum Optics

  • Lue Bouten
Part of the Lecture Notes in Mathematics book series (LNM, volume 1954)

Abstract

These lecture notes provide an introduction to quantum filtering and its applications in quantum optics. We start with a brief introduction to quantum probability, focusing on the spectral theorem. Then we introduce the conditional expectation and quantum stochastic calculus. In the last part of the notes we discuss the filtering problem.

Keywords

Conditional Expectation Selfadjoint Operator Quantum Probability Spectral Theorem Homodyne Detection 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Lue Bouten
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  1. 1.Caltech Physical Measurement and Control, MC 266-33PasadenaUSA

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