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  1. page home edited ... May 18 - 22, 2009. Getting started ... click the edit this page button Edit tab at the …
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    May 18 - 22, 2009.
    Getting started
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    the top left under Actions.left. Every page
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    files, images, mathematical expressions, etc. You will also find a list of all previous KITP wikis from which you may get some idea how others have exploited this platform.
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    Learning to use this wiki is no harder than learning to use email. Briefly, to edit a page, simply click the edit this page button at the top of the page. To add a page, click on the New Page item at the top left under Actions. Every page has a discussion board associated with it. To peruse the comments or to add your thoughts, click the discussion tab on the top of any page. To try your hand at using this platform, you can go to the KITP practice wikispace. You will find illustrations of how to add tables, files, images, etc.
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Friday, July 17

  1. page Comparison of OCT Algorithms edited ... BL: very basic Krotov code with update rule: {krotov_update.m} {basis.m} :-) BL: very …
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    BL: very basic Krotov code with update rule:
    {krotov_update.m}
    {basis.m}
    :-)
    BL: very basic Krotov code with generalized replacement rule:
    {krotov_replacement.m}
    {basis.m}
    :-)
    Done
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  2. file basis.m uploaded
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  3. page Comparison of OCT Algorithms edited ... Gradient without Line Search 2x2 State-to-State Gershenzon, Skinner Skinner, Luy, Glaser,…
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    Gradient without Line Search
    2x2 State-to-State
    Gershenzon, SkinnerSkinner, Luy,
    Glaser, Kuprov

    IK's modifications to G-S code. Speaks for itself. :)
    {grape.log}
    {bfgs.log}
    {grape_on_steroids.m}
    BL: very basic Krotov code with update rule:
    {krotov_update.m}

    :-)
    BL: very basic Krotov code with generalized replacement rule:
    {krotov_replacement.m}

    :-)
    Done
    2x2 Unitary
    Gershenzon, SkinnerSkinner, Luy, Glaser, Kuprov
    :-)
    :-)
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Tuesday, July 14

  1. page Biographical Sketches edited ... Institute of Chemistry, Hebrew University, Jerusalem Burkhard Luy ... the Technische Univ…
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    Institute of Chemistry, Hebrew University, Jerusalem
    Burkhard Luy
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    the Technische UniversitaetUniversität Muenchen, Germany.
    Svetlana Malinovskaya
    is an Associate Professor in the Department of Physics and Engineering Physics at Stevens Institute of Technology in Hoboken, New Jersey, USA. Her interests include ultrafast molecular dymanics, a theory of coherent stimulated Raman scattering (CSRS) and coherent anti-Stokes Raman scattering (CARS) microscopy in application to noninvasive biological imaging, and the design of quantum control methods in CSRS and CARS in the presence of decoherence.
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  2. page Biographical Sketches edited ... Ronnie Kosloff Institute of Chemistry, Hebrew University, Jerusalem Burkhard Luy is a Heis…
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    Ronnie Kosloff
    Institute of Chemistry, Hebrew University, Jerusalem
    Burkhard Luy
    is a Heisenberg research group leader in the Department of Chemistry at the Technische Universitaet Muenchen, Germany. His research interest is method development and applications of liquid state and partially oriented NMR spectroscopy.

    Svetlana Malinovskaya
    is an Associate Professor in the Department of Physics and Engineering Physics at Stevens Institute of Technology in Hoboken, New Jersey, USA. Her interests include ultrafast molecular dymanics, a theory of coherent stimulated Raman scattering (CSRS) and coherent anti-Stokes Raman scattering (CARS) microscopy in application to noninvasive biological imaging, and the design of quantum control methods in CSRS and CARS in the presence of decoherence.
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