Dynamical control near resonances in gedanken experiments using varying projectile flux.
Physical Review. A, 73 064703 (2006)
We show that the complex scaling method for resonances is equivalent to carrying out a gedanken experiment, where particles are scattered by a target with the incoming flux not being constant as usual but exponentially reduced in time at the rate gamma. Resonances are examined at discrete energy levels, while a counterintuitive reverse dynamical control is demonstrated off these levels for gamma greater than the resonance decay rate Gamma(r).