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International Journal of Modern Physics E Vol 19(3), pp.393-406, 2010
A frontier field beyond atom and molecular control will be concentrated on the controlling of nuclei. Both theoretical design and laboratory experiments extremely need to be developed with the great progress of quantum physics and laser technology. This work is to focus on the computational approach to achieve the quantum control in nuclear reaction with a stable semi-discrete numerical paradigm in high dimensions. A reasonable physical model is established by multi-Klein–Gordon Schrödinger dynamics. Demonstrative experiments would provide the confident guidance to control quantum system at nuclei scale in real laboratory.