Quantum Information and Computing

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Table of Contents

Coherent quantum control of [Lambda]-atoms through the stochastic limit 1
Recent advances in quantum white noise calculus 18
Control of quantum states by decoherence 28
Logical operations realized on the Ising chain of N qubits 46
Joint extension of states of fermion subsystems 52
Quantum filtering and optimal feedback control of a Gaussian quantum free particle 59
On existence of quantum Zeno dynamics 72
Invariant subspaces and control of decoherence 81
Clauser-Horne inequality for electron counting statistics in multiterminal mesoscopic conductors 97
Fidelity of quantum teleportation model using beam splittings 113
Quantum logical gates realized by beam splittings 131
Information divergence for quantum channels 149
On the uniqueness theorem in quantum information geometry 167
Noncanonical representations of a multi-dimensional Brownian motion 181
Some of future directions of white noise theory 186
Information, innovation and elemental random field 195
Generalized quantum Turing machine and its application to the SAT chaos algorithm 204
A stroboscopic approach to quantum tomography 226
Positive maps and separable states in matrix algebras 235
Simulating open quantum systems with trapped ions 245
A purification scheme and entanglement distillations 259
Generalized sectors and adjunctions to control micro-macro transitions 274
Saturation of an entropy bound and quantum Markov states 285
An infinite dimensional Laplacian acting on some class of Levy white noise functionals 292
Structure of linear processes 304
Group theory of dynamical maps 313
On quantum analysis, quantum transfer-matrix method, and effective information entropy 324
Nonequilibrium steady states for a harmonic oscillator interacting with two bose fields - stochastic limit approach and C* algebraic approach 332
Control of decoherence with multipulse application 352
Quantum entanglement, purification, and linear-optics quantum gates with photonic qubits 360
On quantum mutual type measures and capacity 370
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