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4). When higher n Feynman paths contribute to the wave function, one has simply to apply repeatedly the single- to double-space mapping, until the nuclear wave function is completely unwound (in the sense just defined). Thus, if the wave function contains only n ¼ À2; À1; 0; 1 paths, then we need to compute a function É0e in the double space that satisfies the boundary condition É0e ðfÞ ¼ ÀÉ0e ðf þ 4pÞ. Adding this function to Ée [which satisfies Ée ðfÞ ¼ Ée ðf þ 4pÞ] then gives a new function, É4 ðfÞ, which occupies the quadruple space f ¼ 0 !

OPTIMAL CONTROL THEORY A. Basic Formalism Optimal control theory provides a formal framework for designing laser pulses to achieve different objectives. The theory operates by defining an objective (or cost) functional, J, which measures the success of a particular laser pulse in achieving the assigned objective. The details of the objective functional depend on the desired purpose of the laser pulse. The theory aims to maximize the objective functional so as to find the optimal laser pulse for achieving the desired objective.

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