Zero, Pole and Fragility of Quantum Systems
New fundamental limits on design and control of linear quantum systems are presented. A main difference between quantum and classical systems comes from the fact that quantum signals are represented by operator-valued vectors. The transfer function representation is useful to describe a system in the quantum setting for the same reason as it is useful classically. It is shown that the noncommutative property of quantum signals can be characterized by a specific relation between zeros and poles...[Show more]
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