Physics – Quantum Physics

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1998-01-21

Phys.Rev. A 57, 2301 (1998)

Physics

Quantum Physics

Revtex, 10 pages, 1 eps figure. v2: corrections to the operator disentangling relation in appendix B

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10.1103/PhysRevA.57.2301

We present a method for obtaining evolution operators for linear quantum trajectories. We apply this to a number of physical examples of varying mathematical complexity, in which the quantum trajectories describe the continuous projection measurement of physical observables. Using this method we calculate the average conditional uncertainty for the measured observables, being a central quantity of interest in these measurement processes.

**Jacobs Karl**

Astronomy and Astrophysics – Astrophysics – Galaxy Astrophysics

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**Knight Peter L.**

Physics – Quantum Physics

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