Nonlocal quantum stochastic differential equations with impulsive effects
Keywords:Quantum stochastic processes, Impulse effects, Fixed points
The aim of this work is to establish further existence of solution results for quantum stochastic differential equations with unbounded coefficients, which are also stochastic processes. Existence of solutions for nonlocal quantum stochastic differential equations with impulsive effects is established. The nonlocal condition extends the traditional initial value condition and cases of Lipschitz and non-Lipschitz continuous conditions were established. The quantum stochastic differential equation considered are driven by noises on Boson Fock spaces and measure of non compactness was employed to prove the main result.
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