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In this work, we present some results showing
the controllability of the linear Schrödinger equation with
complex potentials. Firstly we investigate the existence
and uniqueness theorem for solution of the considered
problem. Then we find the gradient of the cost functional
with the help of HamiltonPontryagin functions. Finally
we state a necessary condition in the form of variational
inequality for the optimal solution using this gradient.
the controllability of the linear Schrödinger equation with
complex potentials. Firstly we investigate the existence
and uniqueness theorem for solution of the considered
problem. Then we find the gradient of the cost functional
with the help of HamiltonPontryagin functions. Finally
we state a necessary condition in the form of variational
inequality for the optimal solution using this gradient.
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26  11  2015
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28  9  2015
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31  12  2015
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Department of Mathematics,
Ağrı İbrahim Çeçen Universty,Faculty of Science and
Art,Ağrı,Turkey
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Department of Mathematics, Ataturk University,
Faculty of Science, Erzurum, Turkey
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Department of Mathematics, Kafkas University,
Faculty of Science and Art, Kars, Turkey
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