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A method for quantum control of coherence in an open quantum computing system is presented. The approach was applied to finding a suitable control sequence for maintaining coherence in a silicon-based nuclear spin quantum computing system, subject to Bose-type environmental noise, and under the Born–Markovian and rotating wave approximations. It is shown that the evolution operator remains decoherence free while the three control pulses are being applied. © 2002 American Institute of Physics.
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