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For a review on early work on local optimization, see Ref. 41. In this chapter we review our recent applications of a local control scheme to various problems in chemical physics. The approach we follow is called Local Control Theory (LCT). The idea first appeared in the formulation of Optimal Control Theory introduced by Kosloff, Rice, and Tannor  and has been local control theory 31 extensively developed since then [41,43–51]. The local control concept was used to model laser cooling or heating of molecular vibrational motion on the electronic ground state, in which an excited state is used by changing the phase of the radiation field [44, 50] (throughout this review, heating and cooling are not used in the thermodynamic sense, but in the sense of adding or taking away internal energy from the molecule).
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