Stabilizing quantum dynamics through coupling to a quantized environment. (arXiv:1711.07906v1 [quant-ph])
We show that introducing a small uncertainty in the parameters of quantum
systems can make the dynamics of these systems robust against perturbations.
Concretely, for the case where a system is subject to perturbations due to an
environment, we derive a lower bound on the fidelity decay, which increases
with increasing uncertainty in the state of the environment. Remarkably, this
robustness in fidelity can be achieved even in fragile chaotic systems. We show
that non-Markovianity is necessary for attaining robustness in the fidelity.