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  1. Chaotic and steady state behaviour of a nonlinear controlled gyro subjected to harmonic disturbances

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    Perez Polo, Manuel F. [Department of Fisica, Ingenieria de Sistemas y Teoria de la Senal, Universidad de Alicante, Escuela Politecnica Superior, Campus de San Vicente, 03071 Alicante (Spain)]. E-mail: manolo@dfists.ua.es; Perez Molina, Manuel [Facultad de Ciencias Matematicas, Universidad Nacional de Educacion a Distancia, UNED, C/Boyero 12-1A, Alicante 03007 (Spain)]. E-mail: ma_perez_m@hotmail.com

    2007-07-15

    Chaotic and steady state motions of a nonlinear controlled gimbals suspension gyro used to stabilize an external body are studied in this paper. The equations of the gyro without nonlinear control are deduced from the Euler-Lagrange equations by using the nutation theory. The equations of the system show that a cyclic variable appears. Its elimination allows us to find an auxiliary nonlinear system from which it is possible to deduce a nonlinear control law in order to obtain a desired equilibrium point. From the analysis of the nonlinear control law it is possible to show that due to both harmonic disturbances in the platform of the gyro and in the body to stabilize, regular and chaotic motions can appear. The chaotic motion is researched by means of chaos maps, bifurcation diagrams, sensitivity to initial conditions, Lyapunov exponents and Fourier spectrum density. The transition from chaotic to steady state motion by eliminating the harmonic disturbances from the modification of the initial nonlinear control law is also researched. Next, the paper shows how to use the chaotic motion in order to obtain small input signals so that the desired equilibrium state of the gyro can be reached. The developed methodology and its compared performance are evaluated through analytical methods and numerical simulations.

  2. Nonlinear Observers for Gyro Calibration

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    Thienel, Julie; Sanner, Robert M.

    2003-01-01

    Nonlinear observers for gyro calibration are presented. The first observer estimates a constant gyro bias. The second observer estimates scale factor errors. The third observer estimates the gyro alignment for three orthogonal gyros. The convergence properties of all three observers are discussed. Additionally, all three observers are coupled with a nonlinear control algorithm. The stability of each of the resulting closed loop systems is analyzed. Simulated test results are presented for each system.

  3. Stability of gyro with harmonic nonlinearity in spinning vehicle

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    Singh, S. N.

    1983-03-01

    The stability analysis of a rate gyro mounted in a vehicle which is spinning with uncertain angular velocity about the spin axis of the gyro is presented. The complete nonlinear equation of the motion of the gimbal is considered, retaining the fundamental and second harmonic nonlinear terms which are functions of the angular velocity of the vehicle about the spin axis of the gyro. Using the circle criterion for the case of time-varying angular momentum and the Lyapunov approach for the case of uncertain constant angular velocity, conditions for asymptotic stability and global asymptotic stability are obtained. Stable regions in parameter space of the gyro and state space are obtained, and analytical relations for the selection of gyro parameters are derived.

  4. Nonlinear Adaptive Filter for MEMS Gyro Error Cancellation Project

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    National Aeronautics and Space Administration — The Nonlinear adaptive filters (NAF) can learn deterministic gyro errors and cancel the error’s effect from attitude estimates. By completely canceling...

  5. Nonlinear Observers for Gyro Calibration Coupled with a Nonlinear Control Algorithm

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    Thienel, Julie; Sanner, Robert M.

    2003-01-01

    Nonlinear observers for gyro calibration are presented. The first observer estimates a constant gyro bias. The second observer estimates scale factor errors. The third observer estimates the gyro alignment for three orthogonal gyros. The observers are then combined. The convergence properties of all three observers, and the combined observers, are discussed. Additionally, all three observers are coupled with a nonlinear control algorithm. The stability of each of the resulting closed loop systems is analyzed. Simulated test results are presented for each system.

  6. Chaotic millimeter wave generation in a helical-waveguide gyro-TWT with delayed feedback

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    Ginzburg, N. S.; Rozental, R. M.; Sergeev, A. S.; Zotova, I. V.; Tarakanov, V. P.

    2016-10-01

    We demonstrate the possibility of chaotic millimeter wave generation in broadband helical-waveguide gyrotron travelling wave tubes (gyro-TWTs) by introducing external delayed feedback. It is shown that for the realization of "developed" chaos the amplitude characteristic of the amplifier should have the maximum slope in the overdrive regime upon saturation. This can be achieved by proper choosing of cyclotron resonance detuning. According to the time-domain averaged model and 3D particle-in-cell simulations with the parameters of the experimentally realized 35 GHz gyro-TWT, the power of chaotic generation can achieve 50 kW for an electron mean efficiency of about 7% and a spectrum width of 3-4 GHz.

  7. IMPULSIVE CONTROL OF CHAOTIC ATTRACTORS IN NONLINEAR CHAOTIC SYSTEMS

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    马军海; 任彪; 陈予恕

    2004-01-01

    Based on the study from both domestic and abroad, an impulsive control scheme on chaotic attractors in one kind of chaotic system is presented.By applying impulsive control theory of the universal equation, the asymptotically stable condition of impulsive control on chaotic attractors in such kind of nonlinear chaotic system has been deduced, and with it, the upper bond of the impulse interval for asymptotically stable control was given. Numerical results are presented, which are considered with important reference value for control of chaotic attractors.

  8. Nonlinear chaotic model for predicting storm surges

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    Siek, M.; Solomatine, D.P.

    This paper addresses the use of the methods of nonlinear dynamics and chaos theory for building a predictive chaotic model from time series. The chaotic model predictions are made by the adaptive local models based on the dynamical neighbors found in the reconstructed phase space of the observables.

  9. CHAOTIC BELT PHENOMENA IN NONLINEAR ELASTIC BEAM

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    张年梅; 杨桂通

    2003-01-01

    The chaotic motions of axial compressed nonlinear elastic beam subjected totransverse load were studied. The damping force in the system is nonlinear. Consideringmaterial and geometric nonlinearity, nonlinear governing equation of the system wasderived. By use of nonlinear Galerkin method, differential dynamic system was set up.Melnikov method was used to analyze the characters of the system. The results showed thatchaos may occur in the system when the load parameters P0 and f satisfy some conditions.The zone of chaotic motion was belted. The route from subharmonic bifurcation to chaoswas analyzed. The critical conditions that chaos occurs were determined.

  10. Nonlinear chaotic model for predicting storm surges

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    M. Siek

    2010-09-01

    Full Text Available This paper addresses the use of the methods of nonlinear dynamics and chaos theory for building a predictive chaotic model from time series. The chaotic model predictions are made by the adaptive local models based on the dynamical neighbors found in the reconstructed phase space of the observables. We implemented the univariate and multivariate chaotic models with direct and multi-steps prediction techniques and optimized these models using an exhaustive search method. The built models were tested for predicting storm surge dynamics for different stormy conditions in the North Sea, and are compared to neural network models. The results show that the chaotic models can generally provide reliable and accurate short-term storm surge predictions.

  11. Nonlinear Schrodinger equation with chaotic, random, and nonperiodic nonlinearity

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    Cardoso, W B; Avelar, A T; Bazeia, D; Hussein, M S

    2009-01-01

    In this paper we deal with a nonlinear Schr\\"{o}dinger equation with chaotic, random, and nonperiodic cubic nonlinearity. Our goal is to study the soliton evolution, with the strength of the nonlinearity perturbed in the space and time coordinates and to check its robustness under these conditions. Comparing with a real system, the perturbation can be related to, e.g., impurities in crystalline structures, or coupling to a thermal reservoir which, on the average, enhances the nonlinearity. We also discuss the relevance of such random perturbations to the dynamics of Bose-Einstein Condensates and their collective excitations and transport.

  12. Chaotic Dynamics and Application of LCR Oscillators Sharing Common Nonlinearity

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    Jeevarekha, A.; Paul Asir, M.; Philominathan, P.

    2016-06-01

    This paper addresses the problem of sharing common nonlinearity among nonautonomous and autonomous oscillators. By choosing a suitable common nonlinear element with the driving point characteristics capable of bringing out chaotic motion in a combined system, we obtain identical chaotic states. The dynamics of the coupled system is explored through numerical and experimental studies. Employing the concept of common nonlinearity, a simple chaotic communication system is modeled and its performance is verified through Multisim simulation.

  13. Chaotic Discrimination and Non-Linear Dynamics

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    Partha Gangopadhyay

    2005-01-01

    Full Text Available This study examines a particular form of price discrimination, known as chaotic discrimination, which has the following features: sellers quote a common price but, in reality, they engage in secret and apparently unsystematic price discounts. It is widely held that such forms of price discrimination are seriously inconsistent with profit maximization by sellers.. However, there is no theoretical salience to support this kind of price discrimination. By straining the logic of non-linear dynamics this study explains why such secret discounts are chaotic in the sense that sellers fail to adopt profit-maximising price discounts. A model is developed to argue that such forms of discrimination may derive from the regions of instability of a dynamic model of price discounts.

  14. Chaotic synchronization of two complex nonlinear oscillators

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    Mahmoud, Gamal M. [Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Assiut University, Assiut 71516 (Egypt)], E-mail: gmahmoud@aun.edu.eg; Mahmoud, Emad E. [Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Sohag University (Egypt)], E-mail: emad_eluan@yahoo.com; Farghaly, Ahmed A. [Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Assiut University, Assiut 71516 (Egypt)], E-mail: ahmed_1_66@yahoo.com; Aly, Shaban A. [Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Al-Azhar University, Assiut 71511 (Egypt)], E-mail: shhaly12@yahoo.com

    2009-12-15

    Synchronization is an important phenomenon commonly observed in nature. It is also often artificially induced because it is desirable for a variety of applications in physics, applied sciences and engineering. In a recent paper [Mahmoud GM, Mohamed AA, Aly SA. Strange attractors and chaos control in periodically forced complex Duffing's oscillators. Physica A 2001;292:193-206], a system of periodically forced complex Duffing's oscillators was introduced and shown to display chaotic behavior and possess strange attractors. Such complex oscillators appear in many problems of physics and engineering, as, for example, nonlinear optics, deep-water wave theory, plasma physics and bimolecular dynamics. Their connection to solutions of the nonlinear Schroedinger equation has also been pointed out. In this paper, we study the remarkable phenomenon of chaotic synchronization on these oscillator systems, using active control and global synchronization techniques. We derive analytical expressions for control functions and show that the dynamics of error evolution is globally stable, by constructing appropriate Lyapunov functions. This means that, for a relatively large set initial conditions, the differences between the drive and response systems vanish exponentially and synchronization is achieved. Numerical results are obtained to test the validity of the analytical expressions and illustrate the efficiency of these techniques for inducing chaos synchronization in our nonlinear oscillators.

  15. Projective synchronization of chaotic systems with bidirectional nonlinear coupling

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    Mohammada Ali Khan; Swarup Poria

    2013-09-01

    This paper presents a new scheme for constructing bidirectional nonlinear coupled chaotic systems which synchronize projectively. Conditions necessary for projective synchronization (PS) of two bidirectionally coupled chaotic systems are derived using Lyapunov stability theory. The proposed PS scheme is discussed by taking as examples the so-called unified chaotic model, the Lorenz–Stenflo system and the nonautonomous chaotic Van der Pol oscillator. Numerical simulation results are presented to show the efficiency of the proposed synchronization scheme.

  16. Chaotic Map Construction from Common Nonlinearities and Microcontroller Implementations

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    Ablay, Günyaz

    2016-06-01

    This work presents novel discrete-time chaotic systems with some known physical system nonlinearities. Dynamic behaviors of the models are examined with numerical methods and Arduino microcontroller-based experimental studies. Many new chaotic maps are generated in the form of x(k + 1) = rx(k) + f(x(k)) and high-dimensional chaotic systems are obtained by weak coupling or cross-coupling the same or different chaotic maps. An application of the chaotic maps is realized with Arduino for chaotic pulse width modulation to drive electrical machines. It is expected that the new chaotic maps and their microcontroller implementations will facilitate practical chaos-based applications in different fields.

  17. Synchronization between two different chaotic systems with nonlinear feedback control

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    Lü Ling; Guo Zhi-An; Zhang Chao

    2007-01-01

    This paper presents chaos synchronization between two different chaotic systems by using a nonlinear controller, in which the nonlinear functions of the system are used as a nonlinear feedback term. The feedback controller is designed on the basis of stability theory, and the area of feedback gain is determined. The artificial simulation results show that this control method is commendably effective and feasible.

  18. Chaotic and hyperchaotic attractors of a complex nonlinear system

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    Mahmoud, Gamal M; Al-Kashif, M A; Farghaly, A A [Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Assiut University, Assiut 71516 (Egypt)

    2008-02-08

    In this paper, we introduce a complex nonlinear hyperchaotic system which is a five-dimensional system of nonlinear autonomous differential equations. This system exhibits both chaotic and hyperchaotic behavior and its dynamics is very rich. Based on the Lyapunov exponents, the parameter values at which this system has chaotic, hyperchaotic attractors, periodic and quasi-periodic solutions and solutions that approach fixed points are calculated. The stability analysis of these fixed points is carried out. The fractional Lyapunov dimension of both chaotic and hyperchaotic attractors is calculated. Some figures are presented to show our results. Hyperchaos synchronization is studied analytically as well as numerically, and excellent agreement is found.

  19. Chaotic behavior in nonlinear polarization dynamics

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    David, D.; Holm, D.D.; Tratnik, M.V. (Los Alamos National Lab., NM (USA))

    1989-01-01

    We analyze the problem of two counterpropagating optical laser beams in a slightly nonlinear medium from the point of view of Hamiltonian systems; the one-beam subproblem is also investigated as a special case. We are interested in these systems as integrable dynamical systems which undergo chaotic behavior under various types of perturbations. The phase space for the two-beam problem is C{sup 2} {times} C{sup 2} when we restricted the the regime of travelling-wave solutions. We use the method of reduction for Hamiltonian systems invariant under one-parameter symmetry groups to demonstrate that the phase space reduces to the two-sphere S{sup 2} and is therefore completely integrable. The phase portraits of the system are classified and we also determine the bifurcations that modify these portraits; some new degenerate bifurcations are presented in this context. Finally, we introduce various physically relevant perturbations and use the Melnikov method to prove that horseshoe chaos and Arnold diffusion occur as consequences of these perturbations. 10 refs., 7 figs., 1 tab.

  20. Recovering map static nonlinearities from chaotic data using dynamical models

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    Aguirre, Luis Antonio

    1997-02-01

    This paper is concerned with the estimation from chaotic data of maps with static nonlinearities. A number of issues concerning model construction such as structure selection, over-parametrization and model validation are discussed in the light of the shape of the static non-linearities reproduced by the estimated maps. A new interpretation of term clusters and cluster coefficients of polynomial models is provided based on this approach. The paper discusses model limitations and some useful principles to select the structure of nonlinear maps. Some of the ideas have been tested using several nonlinear systems including a boost voltage regulator map and a set of real data from a chaotic circuit.

  1. Nonlinear Filtering Preserves Chaotic Synchronization via Master-Slave System

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    J. S. González-Salas

    2013-01-01

    Full Text Available We present a study on a class of interconnected nonlinear systems and give some criteria for them to behave like a filter. Some chaotic systems present this kind of interconnected nonlinear structure, which enables the synchronization of a master-slave system. Interconnected nonlinear filters have been defined in terms of interconnected nonlinear systems. Furthermore, their behaviors have been studied numerically and theoretically on different input signals.

  2. Chaotic attractors, chaotic saddles, and fractal basin boundaries : Goodwin's nonlinear accelerator model reconsidered

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    Lorenz, HW; Nusse, HE

    Goodwin's nonlinear accelerator model with periodic investment outlays is reconsidered and used as an economic example of the emergence of complex motion in nonlinear dynamical systems. In addition to chaotic attractors, the model can possess coexisting attracting periodic orbits or simple

  3. Chaotic vibrations of tubes with nonlinear supports in crossflow

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    Cai, Y.; Chen, S.S.

    1992-12-01

    By means of the unsteady flow theory and a bilinear mathematical model, a theoretical study is presented for chaotic vibrations associated with the fluidelastic instability of nonlinearly supported tubes in a crossflow. A series of effective tools, including phase portraits, power spectral density, Poincar`e maps, Lyapunov exponent, fractal dimension, and bifurcation diagrams, are utilized to distinguish periodic and chaotic motions when the tubes vibrate in the instability region. Results show periodic and chaotic motions in the region corresponding to the fluid damping controlled instability. Nonlinear supports, with symmetric or asymmetric gaps, significantly affect the distributions of periodic, quasiperiodic and chaotic motions of the tube with various flow velocity in the instability region of the TSP(tube-support-plate)-inactive mode.

  4. Chaotic vibrations of tubes with nonlinear supports in crossflow

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    Cai, Y.; Chen, S.S.

    1992-01-01

    By means of the unsteady flow theory and a bilinear mathematical model, a theoretical study is presented for chaotic vibrations associated with the fluidelastic instability of nonlinearly supported tubes in a crossflow. A series of effective tools, including phase portraits, power spectral density, Poincar'e maps, Lyapunov exponent, fractal dimension, and bifurcation diagrams, are utilized to distinguish periodic and chaotic motions when the tubes vibrate in the instability region. Results show periodic and chaotic motions in the region corresponding to the fluid damping controlled instability. Nonlinear supports, with symmetric or asymmetric gaps, significantly affect the distributions of periodic, quasiperiodic and chaotic motions of the tube with various flow velocity in the instability region of the TSP(tube-support-plate)-inactive mode.

  5. Chaotic vibrations of nonlinearly supported tubes in crossflow

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    Cai, Y.; Chen, S.S.

    1992-02-01

    By means of the unsteady-flow theory and a bilinear mathematical model, a theoretical study is presented for chaotic vibrations associated with the fluidelastic instability of nonlinearly supported tubes in a crossflow. Effective tools, including phase portraits, power spectral density, Poincare maps, Lyapunov exponent, fractal dimension, and bifurcation diagrams, are utilized to distinguish periodic and chaotic motions when the tubes vibrate in the instability region. The results show periodic and chaotic motions in the region corresponding to fluid-damping-controlled instability. Nonlinear supports, with symmetric or asymmetric gaps, significantly affect the distribution of periodic, quasiperiodic, and chaotic motions of a tube exposed to various flow velocities in the instability region of the tube-support-plate-inactive mode.

  6. Nonlinear time reversal in a wave chaotic system.

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    Frazier, Matthew; Taddese, Biniyam; Antonsen, Thomas; Anlage, Steven M

    2013-02-01

    Exploiting the time-reversal invariance and reciprocal properties of the lossless wave equation enables elegantly simple solutions to complex wave-scattering problems and is embodied in the time-reversal mirror. Here we demonstrate the implementation of an electromagnetic time-reversal mirror in a wave chaotic system containing a discrete nonlinearity. We demonstrate that the time-reversed nonlinear excitations reconstruct exclusively upon the source of the nonlinearity. As an example of its utility, we demonstrate a new form of secure communication and point out other applications.

  7. Nonlinear dynamics and chaotic phenomena an introduction

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    Shivamoggi, Bhimsen K

    2014-01-01

    This book starts with a discussion of nonlinear ordinary differential equations, bifurcation theory and Hamiltonian dynamics. It then embarks on a systematic discussion of the traditional topics of modern nonlinear dynamics  -- integrable systems, Poincaré maps, chaos, fractals and strange attractors. The Baker’s transformation, the logistic map and Lorenz system are discussed in detail in view of their central place in the subject. There is a detailed discussion of solitons centered around the Korteweg-deVries equation in view of its central place in integrable systems. Then, there is a discussion of the Painlevé property of nonlinear differential equations which seems to provide a test of integrability. Finally, there is a detailed discussion of the application of fractals and multi-fractals to fully-developed turbulence -- a problem whose understanding has been considerably enriched by the application of the concepts and methods of modern nonlinear dynamics. On the application side, there is a special...

  8. Color image encryption based on Coupled Nonlinear Chaotic Map

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    Mazloom, Sahar [Faculty of Electrical, Computer and IT Engineering, Qazvin Islamic Azad University, Qazvin (Iran, Islamic Republic of)], E-mail: sahar.mazloom@gmail.com; Eftekhari-Moghadam, Amir Masud [Faculty of Electrical, Computer and IT Engineering, Qazvin Islamic Azad University, Qazvin (Iran, Islamic Republic of)], E-mail: eftekhari@qazviniau.ac.ir

    2009-11-15

    Image encryption is somehow different from text encryption due to some inherent features of image such as bulk data capacity and high correlation among pixels, which are generally difficult to handle by conventional methods. The desirable cryptographic properties of the chaotic maps such as sensitivity to initial conditions and random-like behavior have attracted the attention of cryptographers to develop new encryption algorithms. Therefore, recent researches of image encryption algorithms have been increasingly based on chaotic systems, though the drawbacks of small key space and weak security in one-dimensional chaotic cryptosystems are obvious. This paper proposes a Coupled Nonlinear Chaotic Map, called CNCM, and a novel chaos-based image encryption algorithm to encrypt color images by using CNCM. The chaotic cryptography technique which used in this paper is a symmetric key cryptography with a stream cipher structure. In order to increase the security of the proposed algorithm, 240 bit-long secret key is used to generate the initial conditions and parameters of the chaotic map by making some algebraic transformations to the key. These transformations as well as the nonlinearity and coupling structure of the CNCM have enhanced the cryptosystem security. For getting higher security and higher complexity, the current paper employs the image size and color components to cryptosystem, thereby significantly increasing the resistance to known/chosen-plaintext attacks. The results of several experimental, statistical analysis and key sensitivity tests show that the proposed image encryption scheme provides an efficient and secure way for real-time image encryption and transmission.

  9. Nonlinear Dynamics, Chaotic and Complex Systems

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    Infeld, E.; Zelazny, R.; Galkowski, A.

    2011-04-01

    Part I. Dynamic Systems Bifurcation Theory and Chaos: 1. Chaos in random dynamical systems V. M. Gunldach; 2. Controlling chaos using embedded unstable periodic orbits: the problem of optimal periodic orbits B. R. Hunt and E. Ott; 3. Chaotic tracer dynamics in open hydrodynamical flows G. Karolyi, A. Pentek, T. Tel and Z. Toroczkai; 4. Homoclinic chaos L. P. Shilnikov; Part II. Spatially Extended Systems: 5. Hydrodynamics of relativistic probability flows I. Bialynicki-Birula; 6. Waves in ionic reaction-diffusion-migration systems P. Hasal, V. Nevoral, I. Schreiber, H. Sevcikova, D. Snita, and M. Marek; 7. Anomalous scaling in turbulence: a field theoretical approach V. Lvov and I. Procaccia; 8. Abelian sandpile cellular automata M. Markosova; 9. Transport in an incompletely chaotic magnetic field F. Spineanu; Part III. Dynamical Chaos Quantum Physics and Foundations Of Statistical Mechanics: 10. Non-equilibrium statistical mechanics and ergodic theory L. A. Bunimovich; 11. Pseudochaos in statistical physics B. Chirikov; 12. Foundations of non-equilibrium statistical mechanics J. P. Dougherty; 13. Thermomechanical particle simulations W. G. Hoover, H. A. Posch, C. H. Dellago, O. Kum, C. G. Hoover, A. J. De Groot and B. L. Holian; 14. Quantum dynamics on a Markov background and irreversibility B. Pavlov; 15. Time chaos and the laws of nature I. Prigogine and D. J. Driebe; 16. Evolutionary Q and cognitive systems: dynamic entropies and predictability of evolutionary processes W. Ebeling; 17. Spatiotemporal chaos information processing in neural networks H. Szu; 18. Phase transitions and learning in neural networks C. Van den Broeck; 19. Synthesis of chaos A. Vanecek and S. Celikovsky; 20. Computational complexity of continuous problems H. Wozniakowski; Part IV. Complex Systems As An Interface Between Natural Sciences and Environmental Social and Economic Sciences: 21. Stochastic differential geometry in finance studies V. G. Makhankov; Part V. Conference Banquet

  10. On nonlinear control design for autonomous chaotic systems of integer and fractional orders

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    Ahmad, Wajdi M. E-mail: wajdi@sharjah.ac.ae; Harb, Ahmad M. E-mail: aharb@just.edu.jo

    2003-11-01

    In this paper, we address the problem of chaos control for autonomous nonlinear chaotic systems. We use the recursive 'backstepping' method of nonlinear control design to derive the nonlinear controllers. The controller effect is to stabilize the output chaotic trajectory by driving it to the nearest equilibrium point in the basin of attraction. We study two nonlinear chaotic systems: an electronic chaotic oscillator model, and a mechanical chaotic 'jerk' model. We demonstrate the robustness of the derived controllers against system order reduction arising from the use of fractional integrators in the system models. Our results are validated via numerical simulations.

  11. An open plus nonlinear closed loop control of chaotic oscillators

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    陈立群

    2002-01-01

    An open plus nonlinear closed loop control law is presented for chaotic oscillations described by a set of non-autonomous second-order ordinary differential equations. It is proven that the basins of entrainment are global whenthe right-hand sides of the equations are given by arbitrary polynomial functions. The forced Duffing oscillator and theforced van der Pol oscillator are treated as numerical examples to demonstrate the applications of the method.

  12. Nonlinear Time Series Prediction Using Chaotic Neural Networks

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    LI KePing; CHEN TianLun

    2001-01-01

    A nonlinear feedback term is introduced into the evaluation equation of weights of the backpropagation algorithm for neural network, the network becomes a chaotic one. For the purpose of that we can investigate how the different feedback terms affect the process of learning and forecasting, we use the model to forecast the nonlinear time series which is produced by Makey-Glass equation. By selecting the suitable feedback term, the system can escape from the local minima and converge to the global minimum or its approximate solutions, and the forecasting results are better than those of backpropagation algorithm.``

  13. Nonlinear control of chaotic systems:A switching manifold approach

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    Jin-Qing Fang

    2000-01-01

    Full Text Available In this paper, a switching manifold approach is developed for nonlinear feed-back control of chaotic systems. The design strategy is straightforward, and the nonlinear control law is the simple bang–bang control. Yet, this control method is very effective; for instance, several desired equilibria can be stabilized by using one control law with different initial conditions. Its effectiveness is verified by both theoretical analysis and numerical simulations. The Lorenz system simulation is shown for the purpose of illustration.

  14. Fast and Chaotic Fiber-Based Nonlinear Polarization Scrambler

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    Guasoni, M; Gilles, M; Picozzi, A; Fatome, J

    2015-01-01

    We report a simple and efficient all-optical polarization scrambler based on the nonlinear interaction in an optical fiber between a signal beam and its backward replica which is generated and amplified by a reflective loop. When the amplification factor exceeds a certain threshold, the system exhibits a chaotic regime in which the evolution of the output polarization state of the signal becomes temporally chaotic and scrambled all over the surface of the Poincar\\'e sphere. We derive some analytical estimations for the scrambling performances of our device which are well confirmed by the experimental results. The polarization scrambler has been successfully tested on a single channel 10-Gbit/s On/Off Keying Telecom signal, reaching scrambling speeds up to 250-krad/s, as well as in a wavelength division multiplexing configuration. A different configuration based on a sequent cascade of polarization scramblers is also discussed numerically, which leads to an increase of the scrambling performances.

  15. Chaotic saddles in nonlinear modulational interactions in a plasma

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    Miranda, Rodrigo A. [Institute of Aeronautical Technology (ITA) and World Institute for Space Environment Research (WISER), Sao Jose dos Campos, SP 12228-900 (Brazil); National Institute for Space Research (INPE) and World Institute for Space Environment Research (WISER), P.O. Box 515, Sao Jose dos Campos, SP 12227-010 (Brazil); University of Brasilia (UnB), Gama Campus, and Plasma Physics Laboratory, Institute of Physics, Brasilia, DF 70910-900 (Brazil); Rempel, Erico L. [Institute of Aeronautical Technology (ITA) and World Institute for Space Environment Research (WISER), Sao Jose dos Campos, SP 12228-900 (Brazil); National Institute for Space Research (INPE) and World Institute for Space Environment Research (WISER), P.O. Box 515, Sao Jose dos Campos, SP 12227-010 (Brazil); Chian, Abraham C.-L. [Institute of Aeronautical Technology (ITA) and World Institute for Space Environment Research (WISER), Sao Jose dos Campos, SP 12228-900 (Brazil); National Institute for Space Research (INPE) and World Institute for Space Environment Research (WISER), P.O. Box 515, Sao Jose dos Campos, SP 12227-010 (Brazil); Observatoire de Paris, LESIA, CNRS, 92195 Meudon (France)

    2012-11-15

    A nonlinear model of modulational processes in the subsonic regime involving a linearly unstable wave and two linearly damped waves with different damping rates in a plasma is studied numerically. We compute the maximum Lyapunov exponent as a function of the damping rates in a two-parameter space, and identify shrimp-shaped self-similar structures in the parameter space. By varying the damping rate of the low-frequency wave, we construct bifurcation diagrams and focus on a saddle-node bifurcation and an interior crisis associated with a periodic window. We detect chaotic saddles and their stable and unstable manifolds, and demonstrate how the connection between two chaotic saddles via coupling unstable periodic orbits can result in a crisis-induced intermittency. The relevance of this work for the understanding of modulational processes observed in plasmas and fluids is discussed.

  16. Chaotic saddles in nonlinear modulational interactions in a plasma

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    Miranda, Rodrigo A; Chian, Abraham C -L

    2012-01-01

    A nonlinear model of modulational processes in the subsonic regime involving a linearly unstable wave and two linearly damped waves with different damping rates in a plasma is studied numerically. We compute the maximum Lyapunov exponent as a function of the damping rates in a two-parameter space, and identify shrimp-shaped self-similar structures in the parameter space. By varying the damping rate of the low-frequency wave, we construct bifurcation diagrams and focus on a saddle-node bifurcation and an interior crisis associated with a periodic window. We detect chaotic saddles and their stable and unstable manifolds, and demonstrate how the connection between two chaotic saddles via coupling unstable periodic orbits can result in a crisis-induced intermittency. The relevance of this work for the understanding of modulational processes observed in plasmas and fluids is discussed.

  17. Chaotic Solutions of a Typical Nonlinear Oscillator in a Double Potential Trap

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    FANG Jian-Shu

    2003-01-01

    We have obtained a general unstable chaotic solution of a typical nonlinear oscillator in a double potential trap with weak periodic perturbations by using the direct perturbation method. Theoretical analysis reveals that the stable periodic orbits are embedded in the Melnikov chaotic attractors. The corresponding chaotic region and orbits in parameter space are described by numerical simulations.

  18. Multisynchronization of Chaotic Oscillators via Nonlinear Observer Approach

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    Ricardo Aguilar-López

    2014-01-01

    Full Text Available The goal of this work is to synchronize a class of chaotic oscillators in a master-slave scheme, under different initial conditions, considering several slaves systems. The Chen oscillator is employed as a benchmark model and a nonlinear observer is proposed to reach synchronicity between the master and the slaves’ oscillators. The proposed observer contains a proportional and integral form of a bounded function of the synchronization error in order to provide asymptotic synchronization with a satisfactory performance. Numerical experiments were carried out to show the operation of the considered methodology.

  19. Nonlinear transient and chaotic interactions in disc brake squeal

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    Oberst, S.; Lai, J. C. S.

    2015-04-01

    In automotive disc-brake squeal, most numerical studies have been focussed on the prediction of unstable vibration modes in the frequency domain using the complex eigenvalue analysis. However, the magnitude of the positive real part of a complex eigenvalue is an unreliable indicator of squeal occurrence. Although nonlinearities have been shown to play a significant role in brake squeal, transient nonlinear time domain analyses have rarely been applied owing to high computational costs. Here the complex eigenvalue analysis, the direct steady-state analysis and the transient nonlinear time domain analysis are applied to an isotropic pad-on-disc finite element model representing a simple model of a brake system. While in this investigation, in-plane pad-mode instabilities are not detected by the complex eigenvalue analysis, the dissipated energy obtained by the direct steady-state analysis of the model subjected to harmonic contact pressure excitation is negative at frequencies of pad modes, indicating a potential for instabilities. Transient nonlinear time domain analysis of the pad and disc dynamics reveal that in-plane pad vibrations excite a dominant out-of-plane disc mode. For intermittently chaotic pad motion, the disc dynamics is quasi-periodic; and for chaotic motion of the pad, a toroidal attractor is found for the disc's out-of-plane motion. Nonlinear interactions between the pad and the disc highlight that different parts in a brake system display different dynamic behaviour and need to be analysed separately. The type II intermittency route to chaos could be the cause for the experimentally observed instantaneous mode squeal.

  20. Chaotic inflation from nonlinear sigma models in supergravity

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    Simeon Hellerman

    2015-03-01

    Full Text Available We present a common solution to the puzzles of the light Higgs or quark masses and the need for a shift symmetry and large field values in high scale chaotic inflation. One way to protect, for example, the Higgs from a large supersymmetric mass term is if it is the Nambu–Goldstone boson (NGB of a nonlinear sigma model. However, it is well known that nonlinear sigma models (NLSMs with nontrivial Kähler transformations are problematic to couple to supergravity. An additional field is necessary to make the Kähler potential of the NLSM invariant in supergravity. This field must have a shift symmetry — making it a candidate for the inflaton (or axion. We give an explicit example of such a model for the coset space SU(3/SU(2×U(1, with the Higgs as the NGB, including breaking the inflaton's shift symmetry and producing a chaotic inflation potential. This construction can also be applied to other models, such as one based on E7/SO(10×U(1×U(1 which incorporates the first two generations of (light quarks as the Nambu–Goldstone multiplets, and has an axion in addition to the inflaton. Along the way we clarify and connect previous work on understanding NLSMs in supergravity and the origin of the extra field (which is the inflaton here, including a connection to Witten–Bagger quantization. This framework has wide applications to model building; a light particle from a NLSM requires, in supergravity, exactly the structure for chaotic inflaton or an axion.

  1. Chaotic inflation from nonlinear sigma models in supergravity

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    Hellerman, Simeon; Kehayias, John; Yanagida, Tsutomu T.

    2015-03-01

    We present a common solution to the puzzles of the light Higgs or quark masses and the need for a shift symmetry and large field values in high scale chaotic inflation. One way to protect, for example, the Higgs from a large supersymmetric mass term is if it is the Nambu-Goldstone boson (NGB) of a nonlinear sigma model. However, it is well known that nonlinear sigma models (NLSMs) with nontrivial Kähler transformations are problematic to couple to supergravity. An additional field is necessary to make the Kähler potential of the NLSM invariant in supergravity. This field must have a shift symmetry - making it a candidate for the inflaton (or axion). We give an explicit example of such a model for the coset space SU (3) / SU (2) × U (1), with the Higgs as the NGB, including breaking the inflaton's shift symmetry and producing a chaotic inflation potential. This construction can also be applied to other models, such as one based on E7 / SO (10) × U (1) × U (1) which incorporates the first two generations of (light) quarks as the Nambu-Goldstone multiplets, and has an axion in addition to the inflaton. Along the way we clarify and connect previous work on understanding NLSMs in supergravity and the origin of the extra field (which is the inflaton here), including a connection to Witten-Bagger quantization. This framework has wide applications to model building; a light particle from a NLSM requires, in supergravity, exactly the structure for chaotic inflaton or an axion.

  2. Impulsive control for synchronization of nonlinear R(o)ssler chaotic systems

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    Li Yang; Liao Xiao-Feng; Li Chuan-Dong; Chen Guo

    2006-01-01

    This paper reports that an impulsive control theory for synchronization of nonlinear R(o)ssler chaotic systems is developed. A new framework for impulsive synchronization between such chaotic systems is presented, which makes the synchronization error system a linear impulsive control system. Therefore, it is easy to derive the impulsive synchronization law. The proposed impulsive control scheme is illustrated by nonlinear R(o)ssler chaotic systems and the simulation results demonstrate the effectiveness of the method.

  3. Chaotic Inflation from Nonlinear Sigma Models in Supergravity

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    Hellerman, Simeon; Yanagida, Tsutomu T

    2014-01-01

    We present a common solution to the puzzles of the light Higgs or quark masses and the need for a shift symmetry and large field values in high scale chaotic inflation. One way to protect, for example, the Higgs from a large supersymmetric mass term is if it is the Nambu-Goldstone boson (NGB) of a nonlinear sigma model. However, it is well known that nonlinear sigma models (NLSMs) with nontrivial K\\"ahler transformations are problematic to couple to supergravity. An additional field is necessary to make the K\\"ahler potential of the NLSM invariant in supergravity. This field must have a shift symmetry --- making it a candidate for the inflaton (or axion). We give an explicit example of such a model for the coset space $SU(3)/SU(2) \\times U(1)$, with the Higgs as the NGB, including breaking the inflaton's shift symmetry and producing a chaotic inflation potential. This construction can also be applied to other models, such as one based on $E_7/SO(10) \\times U(1) \\times U(1)$ which incorporates the first two ge...

  4. CHAOTIC CONTROL OF NONLINEAR SYSTEMS BASED ON IMPROVED CORRELATIVITY

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    Zhou Xiaoan; Zhang Jihong

    2003-01-01

    Chaotic sequences are basically ergodic random sequences. By improving correlativity of a chaotic signal, the chaotic dynamic system can be controlled to converge to its equilibrium point and, more significantly, to its multi-periodic orbits. Mathematical theory analysis is carried out and some computer simulation results are provided to support such controllability of the chaotic Henon system and the discrete coupled map lattice.

  5. Chaotic keyed hash function based on feedforward feedback nonlinear digital filter

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    Zhang, Jiashu; Wang, Xiaomin; Zhang, Wenfang

    2007-03-01

    In this Letter, we firstly construct an n-dimensional chaotic dynamic system named feedforward feedback nonlinear filter (FFNF), and then propose a novel chaotic keyed hash algorithm using FFNF. In hashing process, the original message is modulated into FFNF's chaotic trajectory by chaotic shift keying (CSK) mode, and the final hash value is obtained by the coarse-graining quantization of chaotic trajectory. To expedite the avalanche effect of hash algorithm, a cipher block chaining (CBC) mode is introduced. Theoretic analysis and numerical simulations show that the proposed hash algorithm satisfies the requirement of keyed hash function, and it is easy to implement by the filter structure.

  6. Chaotic synchronization based on nonlinear state-observer and its application in secure communication

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    CHEN Ming-jie; LI Dian-pu; ZHANG Ai-jun

    2004-01-01

    Chaotic synchronization is a branch of chaotic control. Nowadays, the research and application of chaotic synchronization have become a hot topic and one of the development directions is for the research on chaos. In this paper, a universal nonlinear stateobserver is presented for a class of universal chaotic systems to realize the chaotic synchronization, according to the theory of state-observer in the modern control theory. And theoretic analysis and simulation results have illustrated the validity of the approach. Moreover, the approach of synchronization proposed in this paper is very easy, flexible and universal with high synchronization precision.When the approach is applied to secure communication, the results are satisfying.

  7. Are oil markets chaotic? A non-linear dynamic analysis

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    Panas, E.; Ninni, V. [Athens University of Economics and Business, Athens (Greece)

    2000-10-01

    The analysis of products' price behaviour continues to be an important empirical issue. This study contributes to the current literature on price dynamics of products by examining for the presence of chaos and non-linear dynamics in daily oil products for the Rotterdam and Mediterranean petroleum markets. Previous studies using only one invariant, such as the correlation dimension may not effectively determine the chaotic structure of the underlying time series. To obtain better information on the time series structure, a framework is developed, where both invariant and non-invariant quantities were also examined. In this paper various invariants for detecting a chaotic time series were analysed along with the associated Brock's theorem and Eckman-Ruelle condition, to return series for the prices of oil products. An additional non-invariant quantity, the BDS statistic, was also examined. The correlation dimension, entropies and Lyapunov exponents show strong evidence of chaos in a number of oil products considered. 30 refs.

  8. Periodic and Chaotic Breathers in the Nonlinear Schr(o)dinger Equation

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    LIU Xue-Shen; QI Yue-Ying; DING Pei-Zhu

    2004-01-01

    @@ The breathers in the cubic nonlinear Schrodinger equation are investigated numerically by using the symplectic method. We show that the solitonlike wave, the periodic, quasiperiodic and chaotic breathers can be observed with the increase of cubic nonlinear perturbation. Finally, we discuss the breathers in the cubic-quintic nonlinear Schrodinger equation with the increase of quintic nonlinear perturbation.

  9. Chaotic structures of nonlinear magnetic fields. I - Theory. II - Numerical results

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    Lee, Nam C.; Parks, George K.

    1992-01-01

    A study of the evolutionary properties of nonlinear magnetic fields in flowing MHD plasmas is presented to illustrate that nonlinear magnetic fields may involve chaotic dynamics. It is shown how a suitable transformation of the coupled equations leads to Duffing's form, suggesting that the behavior of the general solution can also be chaotic. Numerical solutions of the nonlinear magnetic field equations that have been cast in the form of Duffing's equation are presented.

  10. CHAOTIC CONTROL OF NONLINEAR SYSTEMS BASED ON IMPROVED CORRELATIVITY

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    ZhouZiaoan; ZhangJihong

    2003-01-01

    Chaotic sequences are basically ergodic random esquences.By improving correlativity of a chaotic signal,the chaotic dynamic system can be controlled to converge to its equilibrium point and,more significantly,to its multi-periodic orbits.Mathematical theory analysis is carried out and some computer simulation results are provided to support such controllability of the chaotic Henon system and the discrete coupled map lattice.

  11. Regular nonlinear response of the driven Duffing oscillator to chaotic time series

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    YuanYe; Li Yue; Danilo P. Mandic; Yang Bao-Jun

    2009-01-01

    Nonlinear response of the driven Duffing oscillator to periodic or quasi-periodic signals has been well studied. In this paper, we investigate the nonlinear response of the driven Duffing oscillator to non-periodic, more specifically, chaotic time series. Through numerical simulations, we find that the driven Duffing oscillator can also show regular nonlinear response to the chaotic time series with different degree of chaos as generated by the same chaotic series generating model, and there exists a relationship between the state of the driven Duffing oscillator and the chaoticity of the input signal of the driven Duffing oscillator. One real-world and two artificial chaotic time series are used to verify the new feature of Duffing oscillator. A potential application of the new feature of Duffing oscillator is also indicated.

  12. Nonlinear feedback synchronisation control between fractional-order and integer-order chaotic systems

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    Jia Li-Xin; Dai Hao; Hui Meng

    2010-01-01

    This paper focuses on the synchronisation between fractional-order and integer-order chaotic systems.Based on Lyapunov stability theory and numerical differentiation,a nonlinear feedback controller is obtained to achieve the synchronisation between fractional-order and integer-order chaotic systems.Numerical simulation results are presented to illustrate the effectiveness of this method.

  13. NONLINEAR DYNAMICAL BIFURCATION AND CHAOTIC MOTION OF SHALLOW CONICAL LATTICE SHELL

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    WANG Xin-zhi; HAN Ming-jun; ZHAO Yan-ying; ZHAO Yong-gang

    2006-01-01

    The nonlinear dynamical equations of axle symmetry are established by the method of quasi-shells for three-dimensional shallow conical single-layer lattice shells. The compatible equations are given in geometrical nonlinear range. A nonlinear differential equation containing the second and the third order nonlinear items is derived under the boundary conditions of fixed and clamped edges by the method of Galerkin. The problem of bifurcation is discussed by solving the Floquet exponent. In order to study chaotic motion, the equations of free oscillation of a kind of nonlinear dynamics system are solved. Then an exact solution to nonlinear free oscillation of the shallow conical single-layer lattice shell is found as well. The critical conditions of chaotic motion are obtained by solving Melnikov functions, some phase planes are drawn by using digital simulation proving the existence of chaotic motion.

  14. Identification of models for chaotic systems from noisy data: implications for performance and nonlinear filtering

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    Aguirre, Luis Antonio; Billings, S. A.

    This paper investigates the identification of global models from chaotic data corrupted by additive noise. It is verified that noise has a strong influence on the identification of chaotic systems. In particular, there seems to be a critical noise level beyond which the accurate estimation of polynomial models from chaotic data becomes very difficult. Similarities with the estimation of the largest Lyapunov exponent from noisy data suggest that part of the problem might be related to the limited ability of predicting the data records when these are chaotic. A nonlinear filtering scheme is suggested in order to reduce the noise in the data and thereby enable the estimation of good models. This prediction-based filtering incorporates a resetting mechanism which enables the filtering of chaotic data and which is also applicable to non-chaotic data.

  15. A novel 3-D jerk chaotic system with three quadratic nonlinearities and its adaptive control

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    Vaidyanathan Sundarapandian

    2016-03-01

    Full Text Available This paper announces an eight-term novel 3-D jerk chaotic system with three quadratic nonlinearities. The phase portraits of the novel jerk chaotic system are displayed and the qualitative properties of the jerk system are described. The novel jerk chaotic system has two equilibrium points, which are saddle-foci and unstable. The Lyapunov exponents of the novel jerk chaotic system are obtained as L1 = 0.20572,L2 = 0 and L3 = −1.20824. Since the sum of the Lyapunov exponents of the jerk chaotic system is negative, we conclude that the chaotic system is dissipative. The Kaplan-Yorke dimension of the novel jerk chaotic system is derived as DKY = 2.17026. Next, an adaptive controller is designed via backstepping control method to globally stabilize the novel jerk chaotic system with unknown parameters. Moreover, an adaptive controller is also designed via backstepping control method to achieve global chaos synchronization of the identical jerk chaotic systems with unknown parameters. The backstepping control method is a recursive procedure that links the choice of a Lyapunov function with the design of a controller and guarantees global asymptotic stability of strict feedback systems. MATLAB simulations have been depicted to illustrate the phase portraits of the novel jerk chaotic system and also the adaptive backstepping control results.

  16. The characteristics of nonlinear chaotic dynamics in quantum cellular neural networks

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    Wang Sen; Cai Li; Kang Qiang; Wu Gang; Li Qin

    2008-01-01

    With the polarization of quantum-dot cell and quantum phase serving as state variables, this paper does both theoretical analysis and simulation for the complex nonlinear dynamical behaviour of a three-cell-coupled Quantum Cel- lular Neural Network (QCNN), including equilibrium points, bifurcation and chaotic behaviour. Different phenomena, such as quasi-periodic, chaotic and hyper-chaotic states as well as bifurcations are revealed. The system's bifurcation and chaotic behaviour under the influence of the different coupling parameters are analysed. And it finds that the unbalanced ceils coupled QCNN is easy to cause chaotic oscillation and the system response enters into chaotic state from quasi-periodic state by quasi-period bifurcation; however, the balanced cells coupled QCNN also can be chaotic when coupling parameters is in some region. Additionally, both the unbalanced and balanced cells coupled QCNNs can possess hyper-chaotic behaviour. It provides valuable information about QCNNs for future application in high-parallel signal processing and novel ultra-small chaotic generators.

  17. ADAPTIVE NONLINEAR FEEDBACK CONTROL OF CHAOTIC SYSTEMSBASED ON REDUCED PARAMETER QUADRATIC PREDICTORS

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    张家树; 肖先赐; 万继宏

    2001-01-01

    An adaptive nonlinear feedback-control method is proposed to control continuous-time chaotic dynamical systems,where the adaptive nonlinear controller acts on only one-dimensional error signals between the desired state and the observed chaotic state of a system. The reduced parameter adaptive quadratic predictor used in adaptive feedback cancellation of the nonlinear terms can control the system at any desired state. Computer simulation results on the Lorenz system are shown to demonstrate the effectiveness of this feedback-control method.

  18. Nonlinear dynamics of drops and bubbles and chaotic phenomena

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    Trinh, Eugene H.; Leal, L. G.; Feng, Z. C.; Holt, R. G.

    1994-01-01

    Nonlinear phenomena associated with the dynamics of free drops and bubbles are investigated analytically, numerically and experimentally. Although newly developed levitation and measurement techniques have been implemented, the full experimental validation of theoretical predictions has been hindered by interfering artifacts associated with levitation in the Earth gravitational field. The low gravity environment of orbital space flight has been shown to provide a more quiescent environment which can be utilized to better match the idealized theoretical conditions. The research effort described in this paper is a closely coupled collaboration between predictive and guiding theoretical activities and a unique experimental program involving the ultrasonic and electrostatic levitation of single droplets and bubbles. The goal is to develop and to validate methods based on nonlinear dynamics for the understanding of the large amplitude oscillatory response of single drops and bubbles to both isotropic and asymmetric pressure stimuli. The first specific area on interest has been the resonant coupling between volume and shape oscillatory modes isolated gas or vapor bubbles in a liquid host. The result of multiple time-scale asymptotic treatment, combined with domain perturbation and bifurcation methods, has been the prediction of resonant and near-resonant coupling between volume and shape modes leading to stable as well as chaotic oscillations. Experimental investigations of the large amplitude shape oscillation modes of centimeter-size single bubbles trapped in water at 1 G and under reduced hydrostatic pressure, have suggested the possibility of a low gravity experiment to study the direct coupling between these low frequency shape modes and the volume pulsation, sound-radiating mode. The second subject of interest has involved numerical modeling, using the boundary integral method, of the large amplitude shape oscillations of charged and uncharged drops in the presence

  19. Analysis and Adaptive Synchronization of Two Novel Chaotic Systems with Hyperbolic Sinusoidal and Cosinusoidal Nonlinearity and Unknown Parameters

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    S. Vaidyanathan

    2013-09-01

    Full Text Available This research work describes the modelling of two novel 3-D chaotic systems, the first with a hyperbolic sinusoidal nonlinearity and two quadratic nonlinearities (denoted as system (A and the second with a hyperbolic cosinusoidal nonlinearity and two quadratic nonlinearities (denoted as system (B. In this work, a detailed qualitative analysis of the novel chaotic systems (A and (B has been presented, and the Lyapunov exponents and Kaplan-Yorke dimension of these chaotic systems have been obtained. It is found that the maximal Lyapunov exponent (MLE for the novel chaotic systems (A and (B has a large value, viz. for the system (A and for the system (B. Thus, both the novel chaotic systems (A and (B display strong chaotic behaviour. This research work also discusses the problem of finding adaptive controllers for the global chaos synchronization of identical chaotic systems (A, identical chaotic systems (B and nonidentical chaotic systems (A and (B with unknown system parameters. The adaptive controllers for achieving global chaos synchronization of the novel chaotic systems (A and (B have been derived using adaptive control theory and Lyapunov stability theory. MATLAB simulations have been shown to illustrate the novel chaotic systems (A and (B, and also the adaptive synchronization results derived for the novel chaotic systems (A and (B.

  20. STUDY ON PREDICTION METHODS FOR DYNAMIC SYSTEMS OF NONLINEAR CHAOTIC TIME SERIES

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    马军海; 陈予恕; 辛宝贵

    2004-01-01

    The prediction methods for nonlinear dynamic systems which are decided by chaotic time series are mainly studied as well as structures of nonlinear self-related chaotic models and their dimensions.By combining neural networks and wavelet theories,the structures of wavelet transform neural networks were studied and also a wavelet neural networks learning method was given.Based on wavelet networks,a new method for parameter identification was suggested,which can be used selectively to extract different scales of frequency and time in time series in order to realize prediction of tendencies or details of original time series.Through pre-treatment and comparison of results before and after the treatment,several useful conclusions are reached:High accurate identification can be guaranteed by applying wavelet networks to identify parameters of self-related chaotic models and more valid prediction of the chaotic time series including noise can be achieved accordingly.

  1. Chaotic behaviour of nonlinear coupled reaction–diffusion system in four-dimensional space

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    Li Zhang; Shutang Liu; Chenglong Yu

    2014-06-01

    In recent years, nonlinear coupled reaction–diffusion (CRD) system has been widely investigated by coupled map lattice method. Previously, nonlinear behaviour was observed dynamically when one or two of the three variables in the discrete system change. In this paper, we consider the chaotic behaviour when three variables change, which is called as four-dimensional chaos. When two parameters in the discrete system are unknown, we first give the existing condition of the chaos in four-dimensional space by the generalized definitions of spatial periodic orbits and spatial chaos. In addition, the chaotic behaviour will vary with the parameters. Then we propose a generalized Lyapunov exponent in four-dimensional space to characterize the different effects of parameters on the chaotic behaviour, which has not been studied in detail. In order to verify the chaotic behaviour of the system and the different effects clearly, we simulate the dynamical behaviour in two- and three-dimensional spaces.

  2. Chaotic dynamics of frequency combs generated with continuously pumped nonlinear microresonators

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    Matsko, Andrey B; Savchenkov, Anatoliy A; Maleki, Lute

    2012-01-01

    We theoretically and experimentally investigate the chaotic regime of optical frequency combs generated in nonlinear ring microresonators pumped with continuous wave light. We show that the chaotic regime reveals itself, in an apparently counter-intuitive way, by a flat top symmetric envelope of the frequency spectrum, when observed by means of an optical spectrum analyzer. The comb demodulated on a fast photodiode produces a noisy radio frequency signal with an spectral width significantly exceeding the linear bandwidth of the microresonator mode.

  3. MULTISTAGE ADAPTIVE HIGHER-ORDER NONLINEAR FINITE IMPULSE RESPONSE FILTERS FOR CHAOTIC TIME SERIES PREDICTIONS

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    ZHANG JIA-SHU; XIAO XIAN-CI

    2001-01-01

    A multistage adaptive higher-order nonlinear finite impulse response (MAHONFIR) filter is proposed to predict chaotic time series. Using this approach, we may readily derive the decoupled parallel algorithm for the adaptation of the coefficients of the MAHONFIR filter, to guarantee a more rapid convergence of the adaptive weights to their optimal values. Numerical simulation results show that the MAHONFIR filters proposed here illustrate a very good performance for making an adaptive prediction of chaotic time series.

  4. Chaotic motion and its control for nonlinear nonplanar oscillations of a parametrically excited cantilever beam

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    Zhang Wei [College of Mechanical Engineering, Beijing University of Technology, Beijing 100022 (China)] e-mail: sandyzhang0@yahoo.com

    2005-11-01

    This paper presents an analysis of the chaotic motion and its control for the nonlinear nonplanar oscillations of a cantilever beam subjected to a harmonic axial excitation and transverse excitations at the free end. A new method of controlling chaotic motion for the nonlinear nonplanar oscillations of the cantilever beam, refereed as to the force control approach, is proposed for the first time. The governing nonlinear equations of nonplanar motion under combined parametric and external excitations are obtained. The Galerkin procedure is applied to the governing equation to obtain a two-degree-of-freedom nonlinear system under combined parametric and forcing excitations for the in-plane and out-of-plane modes. The work is focused on the case of 2:1 internal resonance, principal parametric resonance-1/2 subharmonic resonance for the in-plane mode and fundamental parametric resonance-primary resonance for the out-of-plane mode. The method of multiple scales is used to transform the parametrically and externally excited system to the averaged equations which have a constant perturbation force. Based on the averaged equations obtained here, numerical simulation is utilized to discover the periodic and chaotic motions for the nonlinear nonplanar oscillations of the cantilever beam. The numerical results indicate that the transverse excitation in the z direction at the free end can control the chaotic motion to a period n motion or a static state for the nonlinear nonplanar oscillations of the cantilever beam. The methodology of controlling chaotic motion by using the transverse excitation is proposed. The transverse excitation in the z direction at the free end may be thought about to be an open-loop control. For the problem investigated in this paper, this approach is an effective methodology of controlling chaotic motion to a period n motion or a static state for the nonlinear nonplanar oscillations of the cantilever beam.

  5. Nonlinear Resistor with Polynomial AV Characteristics and Its Application in Chaotic Oscillator

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    V. Pospisil

    2004-06-01

    Full Text Available This paper shows the realization of two terminal devices with anarbitrary polynomial nonlinearity up to the fifth order. The proposeddesign procedure is completely systematic using minimum of components.The very heart of our conception is four-channel four-quadrant analogmultiplier MLT04. The implementation of synthesized nonlinear resistoras a general nonlinearity in chaotic oscillator is also presented andexperimentally verified.

  6. A chaotic communication system of improved performance based on the Derivative-free nonlinear Kalman filter

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    Rigatos, Gerasimos

    2016-07-01

    The Derivative-free nonlinear Kalman Filter is used for developing a communication system that is based on a chaotic modulator such as the Duffing system. In the transmitter's side, the source of information undergoes modulation (encryption) in which a chaotic signal generated by the Duffing system is the carrier. The modulated signal is transmitted through a communication channel and at the receiver's side demodulation takes place, after exploiting the estimation provided about the state vector of the chaotic oscillator by the Derivative-free nonlinear Kalman Filter. Evaluation tests confirm that the proposed filtering method has improved performance over the Extended Kalman Filter and reduces significantly the rate of transmission errors. Moreover, it is shown that the proposed Derivative-free nonlinear Kalman Filter can work within a dual Kalman Filtering scheme, for performing simultaneously transmitter-receiver synchronisation and estimation of unknown coefficients of the communication channel.

  7. Runge-Kutta model-based nonlinear observer for synchronization and control of chaotic systems.

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    Beyhan, Selami

    2013-07-01

    This paper proposes a novel nonlinear gradient-based observer for synchronization and observer-based control of chaotic systems. The model is based on a Runge-Kutta model of the chaotic system where the evolution of the states or parameters is derived based on the error-square minimization. The stability and convergence conditions of observer and control methods are analyzed using a Lyapunov stability approach. In numerical simulations, the proposed observer and well-known sliding-mode observer are compared for the synchronization of a Lü chaotic system and observer-based stabilization of a Chen chaotic system. The noisy case for synchronization and parameter uncertainty case for stabilization are also considered for both observer-based methods. Copyright © 2013 ISA. Published by Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.

  8. Determining the spectrum of the nonlinear local Lyapunov exponents in a multidimensional chaotic system

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    Ding, Ruiqiang; Li, Jianping; Li, Baosheng

    2017-09-01

    For an n-dimensional chaotic system, we extend the definition of the nonlinear local Lyapunov exponent (NLLE) from one- to n-dimensional spectra, and present a method for computing the NLLE spectrum. The method is tested on three chaotic systems with different complexity. The results indicate that the NLLE spectrum realistically characterizes the growth rates of initial error vectors along different directions from the linear to nonlinear phases of error growth. This represents an improvement over the traditional Lyapunov exponent spectrum, which only characterizes the error growth rates during the linear phase of error growth. In addition, because the NLLE spectrum can effectively separate the slowly and rapidly growing perturbations, it is shown to be more suitable for estimating the predictability of chaotic systems, as compared to the traditional Lyapunov exponent spectrum.

  9. Solitonic and chaotic behaviors for the nonlinear dust-acoustic waves in a magnetized dusty plasma

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    Zhen, Hui-Ling; Tian, Bo; Xie, Xi-Yang; Wu, Xiao-Yu; Wen, Xiao-Yong

    2016-05-01

    A model for the nonlinear dust-ion-acoustic waves in a two-ion-temperature, magnetized dusty plasma is studied in this paper. Via the symbolic computation, one-, two- and N-soliton solutions are obtained. It is found that when √{μeμi }parallel during the propagation on the x - y, x - t, and y - t planes, where x, y, and z are the scaled spacial coordinates, and t is the retarded time. Upon the introduction of the driving force Γ(t ) , both the developed and weak chaotic motions as well as the effect of Γ(t ) are explored. Via the phase projections and power spectra, we find the difference between the two chaotic motions roots in the relative magnitude of nonlinearity and external force. Increasing the frequency of the external force or the strength of the damped term can weaken the chaotic motions of such a forced model.

  10. Nonlinear dynamics analysis of a new autonomous chaotic system

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    2007-01-01

    In this paper, a new nonlinear autonomous system introduced by Chlouverakis and Sprott is studied further, to present very rich and complex nonlinear dynamical behaviors. Some basic dynamical properties are studied either analytically or nuchaotic system with very high Lyapunov dimensions is constructed and investigated. Two new nonlinear autonomous systems can be changed into one another by adding or omitting some constant coefficients.

  11. Explosion of limit cycles and chaotic waves in a simple nonlinear chemical system

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    Brøns, Morten; Sturis, Jeppe

    2001-01-01

    A model of an autocatalytic chemical reaction was employed to study the explosion of limit cycles and chaotic waves in a nonlinear chemical system. The bifurcation point was determined using asymptotic analysis and perturbations. Scaling laws for amplitude and period were derived. A strong...

  12. Evidence for bifurcation and universal chaotic behavior in nonlinear semiconducting devices

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    Testa, J.; Perez, J.; Jeffries, C.

    1982-01-01

    Bifurcations, chaos, and extensive periodic windows in the chaotic regime are observed for a driven LRC circuit, the capacitive element being a nonlinear varactor diode. Measurements include power spectral analysis; real time amplitude data; phase portraits; and a bifurcation diagram, obtained by sampling methods. The effects of added external noise are studied. These data yield experimental determinations of several of the universal numbers predicted to characterize nonlinear systems having this route to chaos.

  13. Nonlinear observer for synchronization of chaotic systems with application to secure data transmission

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    Aguilar-López, Ricardo; Martínez-Guerra, Rafael; Perez-Pinacho, Claudia A.

    2014-06-01

    The main issue of this work is related with the design of a class of nonlinear observer in order to synchronize chaotic dynamical systems in a master-slave scheme, considering different initial conditions. The oscillator of Chen is proposed as a benchmark model and a bounded-type observer is proposed to reach synchronicity between both two chaotic systems. The proposed observer contains a proportional and sigmoid form of a bounded function of the synchronization error in order to provide asymptotic synchronization with a satisfactory performance. Some numerical simulations were carrying out in order to show the operation of the proposed methodology, with possible applications to secure data communications issues.

  14. REALIZATION OF DISCRETE NONLINEAR DYNAMICAL SYSTEMS WITH CHAOTIC REGIMES BASED ON FIXED-POINT ARITHMETIC

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    U. A. Sychou

    2014-01-01

    Full Text Available In this article, the problem of the practical realization of nonlinear systems with chaotic dynam-ics for targeted generation of chaotic sequences in digital devices is considered. The possible applica-tion in this task with using fixed-point arithmetic to ensure the identity of the obtained results on dif-ferent hardware and software platforms is studied. The implementation of logistic mapping is described; carry out the analysis of the results. This article proposes using the obtained results for the various tasks of the field of mobile robotics.

  15. Analysis of bus width and delay on a fully digital signum nonlinearity chaotic oscillator

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    Mansingka, Abhinav S.

    2012-07-29

    This paper introduces the first fully digital implementation of a 3rd order ODE-based chaotic oscillator with signum nonlinearity. A threshold bus width of 12-bits for reliable chaotic behavior is observed, below which the system output becomes periodic. Beyond this threshold, the maximum Lyapunov exponent (MLE) is shown to improve up to a peak value at 16-bits and subsequently decrease with increasing bus width. The MLE is also shown to gradually increase with number of introduced internal delay cycles until a peak value at 14 cycles, after which the system loses chaotic properties. Introduced external delay cycles are shown to rotate the attractors in 3-D phase space. Bus width and delay elements can be independently modulated to optimize the system to suit specifications. The experimental results of the system show low area and high performance on a Xilinx Virtex 4 FPGA with throughput of 13.35 Gbits/s for a 32-bit implementation.

  16. Synchronization of two different chaotic systems via nonlinear ...

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    Keyword: Synchronization, nonlinear control, chaos, attractors, controllers, secure communications ... the drive system and the other one is taken as the .... active network. Phys ... adaptive sliding mode control. J. Sound and. Vibration. 331:501-9.

  17. [Regular and chaotic dynamics with applications in nonlinear optics]. Final report

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    Kovacic, G.

    1998-10-12

    The following major pieces of work were completed under the sponsorship of this grant: (1) singular perturbation theory for dynamical systems; (2) homoclinic orbits and chaotic dynamics in second-harmonic generating, optically pumped, passive optical cavities; (3) chaotic dynamics in short ring-laser cavities; (4) homoclinic orbits in moderately-long ring-laser cavities; (5) finite-dimensional attractor in ring-laser cavities; (6) turbulent dynamics in long ring-laser cavities; (7) bifurcations in a model for a free-boundary problem for the heat equation; (8) weakly nonlinear dynamics of interface propagation; (9) slowly periodically forced planar Hamiltonian systems; and (10) soliton spectrum of the solutions of the nonlinear Schroedinger equation. A brief summary of the research is given for each project.

  18. A non-linear discrete transform for pattern recognition of discrete chaotic systems

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    Karanikas, C

    2003-01-01

    It is shown, by an invertible non-linear discrete transform that any finite sequence or any collection of strings of any length can be presented as a random walk on trees. These transforms create the mathematical background for coding any information, for exploring its local variability and diversity. With the underlying computational algorithms, with several examples and applications we propose that these transforms can be used for pattern recognition of immune type. In other words we propose a mathematical platform for detecting self and non-self strings of any alphabet, based on a negative selection algorithms, for scouting data's periodicity and self-similarity and for measuring the diversity of chaotic strings with fractal dimension methods. In particular we estimate successfully the entropy and the ratio of chaotic data with self similarity. Moreover we give some applications of a non-linear denoising filter.

  19. DYNAMICAL ANALYSIS OF A 3-D CHAOTIC SYSTEM WITH ONLY TWO QUADRATIC NONLINEARITIES

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    Zeraoulia ELHADJ

    2008-01-01

    The paper reports the dynamical study of a three-dimensional quadratic autonomous chaotic system with only two quadratic nonlinearities, which is a special case of the so-called conjugate Lü system. Basic properties of this system are analyzed by means of Lyapunov exponent spectrum and bifurcation diagram. The analysis shows that the system has complex dynamics with some interesting characteristics in which there are several periodic regions, but each of them has quite different periodic orbits.

  20. Nonlinear Time Series Prediction Using LS-SVM with Chaotic Mutation Evolutionary Programming for Parameter Optimization

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    2006-01-01

    Nonlinear time series prediction is studied by using an improved least squares support vector machine (LSSVM) regression based on chaotic mutation evolutionary programming (CMEP) approach for parameter optimization.We analyze how the prediction error varies with different parameters (σ, γ) in LS-SVM. In order to select appropriate parameters for the prediction model, we employ CMEP algorithm. Finally, Nasdaq stock data are predicted by using this LS-SVM regression based on CMEP, and satisfactory results are obtained.

  1. Microcavity with saturable nonlinearity under simultaneous resonant and nonresonant pumping: multistability, Hopf bifurcations and chaotic behaviour.

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    Iorsh, Ivan; Alodjants, Alexander; Shelykh, Ivan A

    2016-05-30

    We studied optical response of microcavity non-equilibrium exciton-polariton Bose-Einstein condensate with saturable nonlinearity under simultaneous resonant and non-resonant pumping. We demonstrated the emergence of multistabile behavior due to the saturation of the excitonic absorption. Stable periodic Rabi-type oscillations of the excitonic and photonic condensate components in the regime of the stationary pump and their transition to the chaotic dynamics through the cascade of Hopf bifurcations by tuning of the electrical pump are revealed.

  2. Microcavity with saturable nonlinearity under simultaneous resonant and nonresonant pumping: multistability, Hopf bifurcations and chaotic behaviour

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    Iorsh, Ivan; Shelykh, Ivan

    2016-01-01

    We studied optical response of microcavity non-equilibrium exciton-polariton Bose-Einstein condensate with saturable nonlinearity under simultaneous resonant and non-resonant pumping. We demonstrated the emergence of multistabile behavior due to the satutration of the excitonic absorbtion. Stable periodic Rabi- type oscillations of the excitonic and photonic condensate components in the regime of the stationary pump and their transition to the chaotic dynamics through the cascade of Hopf bifurcations by tuning of the electrical pump are revealed.

  3. Nonlinear dynamics non-integrable systems and chaotic dynamics

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    Borisov, Alexander

    2017-01-01

    This monograph reviews advanced topics in the area of nonlinear dynamics. Starting with theory of integrable systems – including methods to find and verify integrability – the remainder of the book is devoted to non-integrable systems with an emphasis on dynamical chaos. Topics include structural stability, mechanisms of emergence of irreversible behaviour in deterministic systems as well as chaotisation occurring in dissipative systems.

  4. A Robust Hash Function Using Cross-Coupled Chaotic Maps with Absolute-Valued Sinusoidal Nonlinearity

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    Wimol San-Um

    2016-01-01

    Full Text Available This paper presents a compact and effective chaos-based keyed hash function implemented by a cross-coupled topology of chaotic maps, which employs absolute-value of sinusoidal nonlinearity, and offers robust chaotic regions over broad parameter spaces with high degree of randomness through chaoticity measurements using the Lyapunov exponent. Hash function operations involve an initial stage when the chaotic map accepts initial conditions and a hashing stage that accepts input messages and generates the alterable-length hash values. Hashing performances are evaluated in terms of original message condition changes, statistical analyses, and collision analyses. The results of hashing performances show that the mean changed probabilities are very close to 50%, and the mean number of bit changes is also close to a half of hash value lengths. The collision tests reveal the mean absolute difference of each character values for the hash values of 128, 160 and 256 bits are close to the ideal value of 85.43. The proposed keyed hash function enhances the collision resistance, comparing to MD5 and SHA1, and the other complicated chaos-based approaches. An implementation of hash function Android application is demonstrated.

  5. The chaotic effects in a nonlinear QCD evolution equation

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    Zhu, Wei; Shen, Zhenqi; Ruan, Jianhong

    2016-10-01

    The corrections of gluon fusion to the DGLAP and BFKL equations are discussed in a united partonic framework. The resulting nonlinear evolution equations are the well-known GLR-MQ-ZRS equation and a new evolution equation. Using the available saturation models as input, we find that the new evolution equation has the chaos solution with positive Lyapunov exponents in the perturbative range. We predict a new kind of shadowing caused by chaos, which blocks the QCD evolution in a critical small x range. The blocking effect in the evolution equation may explain the Abelian gluon assumption and even influence our expectations to the projected Large Hadron Electron Collider (LHeC), Very Large Hadron Collider (VLHC) and the upgrade (CppC) in a circular e+e- collider (SppC).

  6. Bifurcations and chaotic threshold for a nonlinear system with an irrational restoring force

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    Tian Rui-Lan; Yang Xin-Wei; Cao Qing-Jie; Wu Qi-Liang

    2012-01-01

    Nonlinear dynamical systems with an irrational restoring force often occur in both science and engineering,and always lead to a barrier for conventional nonlinear techniques.In this paper,we have investigated the global bifurcations and the chaos directly for a nonlinear system with irrational nonlinearity avoiding the conventional Taylor's expansion to retain the natural characteristics of the system.A series of transformations are proposed to convert the homoclinic orbits of the unperturbed system to the heteroclinic orbits in the new coordinate,which can be transformed back to the analytical expressions of the homoclinic orbits.Melnikov's method is employed to obtain the criteria for chaotic motion,which implies that the existence of homoclinic orbits to chaos arose from the breaking of homoclinic orbits under the perturbation of damping and external forcing.The efficiency of the criteria for chaotic motion obtained in this paper is verified via bifurcation diagrams,Lyapunov exponents,and numerical simulations.It is worthwhile noting that our study is an attempt to make a step toward the solution of the problem proposed by Cao Q Jet al.(Cao Q J,Wiercigroch M,Pavlovskaia E E,Thompson J M T and Grebogi C 2008 Phil.Trans.R.Soc.A 366 635).

  7. Bifurcations and chaotic threshold for a nonlinear system with an irrational restoring force

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    Tian, Rui-Lan; Yang, Xin-Wei; Cao, Qing-Jie; Wu, Qi-Liang

    2012-02-01

    Nonlinear dynamical systems with an irrational restoring force often occur in both science and engineering, and always lead to a barrier for conventional nonlinear techniques. In this paper, we have investigated the global bifurcations and the chaos directly for a nonlinear system with irrational nonlinearity avoiding the conventional Taylor's expansion to retain the natural characteristics of the system. A series of transformations are proposed to convert the homoclinic orbits of the unperturbed system to the heteroclinic orbits in the new coordinate, which can be transformed back to the analytical expressions of the homoclinic orbits. Melnikov's method is employed to obtain the criteria for chaotic motion, which implies that the existence of homoclinic orbits to chaos arose from the breaking of homoclinic orbits under the perturbation of damping and external forcing. The efficiency of the criteria for chaotic motion obtained in this paper is verified via bifurcation diagrams, Lyapunov exponents, and numerical simulations. It is worthwhile noting that our study is an attempt to make a step toward the solution of the problem proposed by Cao Q J et al. (Cao Q J, Wiercigroch M, Pavlovskaia E E, Thompson J M T and Grebogi C 2008 Phil. Trans. R. Soc. A 366 635).

  8. Uncertain Unified Chaotic Systems Control with Input Nonlinearity via Sliding Mode Control

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    Zhi-ping Shen

    2016-01-01

    Full Text Available This paper studies the stabilization problem for a class of unified chaotic systems subject to uncertainties and input nonlinearity. Based on the sliding mode control theory, we present a new method for the sliding mode controller design and the control law algorithm for such systems. In order to achieve the goal of stabilization unified chaotic systems, the presented controller can make the movement starting from any point in the state space reach the sliding mode in limited time and asymptotically reach the origin along the switching surface. Compared with the existing literature, the controller designed in this paper has many advantages, such as small chattering, good stability, and less conservative. The analysis of the motion equation and the simulation results all demonstrate that the method is effective.

  9. Suppression of chaotic vibrations in a nonlinear half-car model

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    Tusset, Ángelo Marcelo; Piccirillo, Vinícius; Janzen, Frederic Conrad; Lenz, Wagner Barth; Balthazar, José Manoel; da Fonseca Brasil, Reyolando M. L. R.

    2014-12-01

    The present work investigates the nonlinear response of a half-car model. The disturbances of the road are assumed to be sinusoidal. After constructing the bifurcation diagram, we using the 0-1 test for identify the chaotic motion. The principal objective of this study is to eliminate the chaotic behaviour of the chassis and reduce its vibration, and for this reason a control system for semi-active vehicle suspension with magnetorheological damper is proposed. The control mechanism is designed based on SDRE technique, where the control parameter is the voltage applied to the coil of the damper. Numerical results show that the proposed control method is effective in significantly reducing of the chassis vibration, increasing therefore, passenger comfort.

  10. Suppression of chaotic vibrations in a nonlinear half-car model

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    Tusset, Ângelo Marcelo, E-mail: tusset@utfpr.edu.br, E-mail: piccirillo@utfpr.edu.br, E-mail: fcjanzen@utfpr.edu.br, E-mail: wagner-barth@hotmail.com; Piccirillo, Vinícius, E-mail: tusset@utfpr.edu.br, E-mail: piccirillo@utfpr.edu.br, E-mail: fcjanzen@utfpr.edu.br, E-mail: wagner-barth@hotmail.com; Janzen, Frederic Conrad, E-mail: tusset@utfpr.edu.br, E-mail: piccirillo@utfpr.edu.br, E-mail: fcjanzen@utfpr.edu.br, E-mail: wagner-barth@hotmail.com; Lenz, Wagner Barth, E-mail: tusset@utfpr.edu.br, E-mail: piccirillo@utfpr.edu.br, E-mail: fcjanzen@utfpr.edu.br, E-mail: wagner-barth@hotmail.com [UTFPR- PONTA GROSSA, PR (Brazil); Balthazar, José Manoel, E-mail: jmbaltha@rc.unesp.br [UNESP-BAURU, SP (Brazil); Fonseca Brasil, Reyolando M. L. R. da, E-mail: reyolando.brasil@ufabc.edu.br [UFABC-SANTO ANDRE, SP (Brazil)

    2014-12-10

    The present work investigates the nonlinear response of a half-car model. The disturbances of the road are assumed to be sinusoidal. After constructing the bifurcation diagram, we using the 0-1 test for identify the chaotic motion. The principal objective of this study is to eliminate the chaotic behaviour of the chassis and reduce its vibration, and for this reason a control system for semi-active vehicle suspension with magnetorheological damper is proposed. The control mechanism is designed based on SDRE technique, where the control parameter is the voltage applied to the coil of the damper. Numerical results show that the proposed control method is effective in significantly reducing of the chassis vibration, increasing therefore, passenger comfort.

  11. An Eight-Term Novel Four-Scroll Chaotic System with Cubic Nonlinearity and its Circuit Simulation

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    S. Sampath

    2014-11-01

    Full Text Available This research work proposes an eight-term novel four-scroll chaotic system with cubic nonlinearity and analyses its fundamental properties such as dissipativity, equilibria, symmetry and invariance, Lyapunov exponents and KaplanYorke dimension. The phase portraits of the novel chaotic system, which are obtained in this work by using MATLAB, depict the four-scroll attractor of the system. For the parameter values and initial conditions chosen in this work, the Lyapunov exponents of the novel four-scroll chaotic system are obtained as L1 = 0.75335, L2 = 0 and L3 = −22.43304. Also, the Kaplan-Yorke dimension of the novel four-scroll chaotic system is obtained as DKY = 2.0336. Finally, an electronic circuit realization of the novel four-scroll chaotic system is presented by using SPICE to confirm the feasibility of the theoretical model.

  12. Assessment of Effects of a Delay Block and a Nonlinear Block in Systems with Chaotic Behavior Using Lyapunov Exponents

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    Pablo César Rodríguez Gómez

    2017-05-01

    Full Text Available Context: Because feedback systems are very common and widely used, studies of the structural characteristics under which chaotic behavior is generated have been developed. These can be separated into a nonlinear system and a linear system at least of the third order. Methods such as the descriptive function have been used for analysis. Method: A feedback system is proposed comprising a linear system, a nonlinear system and a delay block, in order to assess his behavior using Lyapunov exponents. It is evaluated with three different linear systems, different delay values and different values for parameters of nonlinear characteristic, aiming to reach chaotic behavior. Results: One hundred experiments were carried out for each of the three linear systems, by changing the value of some parameters, assessing their influence on the dynamics of the system. Contour plots that relate these parameters to the Largest Lyapunov exponent were obtained and analyzed. Conclusions: In spite non-linearity is a condition for the existence of chaos, this does not imply that any nonlinear characteristic generates a chaotic system, it is reflected by the contour plots showing the transitions between chaotic and no chaotic behavior of the feedback system. Language: English

  13. Alternation of regular and chaotic dynamics in a simple two-degree-of-freedom system with nonlinear inertial coupling.

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    Sigalov, G; Gendelman, O V; AL-Shudeifat, M A; Manevitch, L I; Vakakis, A F; Bergman, L A

    2012-03-01

    We show that nonlinear inertial coupling between a linear oscillator and an eccentric rotator can lead to very interesting interchanges between regular and chaotic dynamical behavior. Indeed, we show that this model demonstrates rather unusual behavior from the viewpoint of nonlinear dynamics. Specifically, at a discrete set of values of the total energy, the Hamiltonian system exhibits non-conventional nonlinear normal modes, whose shape is determined by phase locking of rotatory and oscillatory motions of the rotator at integer ratios of characteristic frequencies. Considering the weakly damped system, resonance capture of the dynamics into the vicinity of these modes brings about regular motion of the system. For energy levels far from these discrete values, the motion of the system is chaotic. Thus, the succession of resonance captures and escapes by a discrete set of the normal modes causes a sequence of transitions between regular and chaotic behavior, provided that the damping is sufficiently small. We begin from the Hamiltonian system and present a series of Poincaré sections manifesting the complex structure of the phase space of the considered system with inertial nonlinear coupling. Then an approximate analytical description is presented for the non-conventional nonlinear normal modes. We confirm the analytical results by numerical simulation and demonstrate the alternate transitions between regular and chaotic dynamics mentioned above. The origin of the chaotic behavior is also discussed.

  14. Chaotic vibration of the one-dimensional linear wave equation with a van der Pol nonlinear boundary condition

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    Guogang LIU; Yi ZHAO

    2004-01-01

    The one-dimensional linear wave equation with a van der Pol nonlinear boundary condition is one of the simplest models that may cause isotropic or nonisotropic chaotic vibrations.It characterizes the nonisotropic chaotic vibration by means of the total variation theory.Some results are derived on the exponential growth of total variation of the snapshots on the spatial interval in the long-time horizon when the map and the initial condition satisfy some conditions.

  15. Analysis and adaptive synchronization of eight-term 3-D polynomial chaotic systems with three quadratic nonlinearities

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    Vaidyanathan, S.

    2014-06-01

    This paper proposes a eight-term 3-D polynomial chaotic system with three quadratic nonlinearities and describes its properties. The maximal Lyapunov exponent (MLE) of the proposed 3-D chaotic system is obtained as L 1 = 6.5294. Next, new results are derived for the global chaos synchronization of the identical eight-term 3-D chaotic systems with unknown system parameters using adaptive control. Lyapunov stability theory has been applied for establishing the adaptive synchronization results. Numerical simulations are shown using MATLAB to describe the main results derived in this paper.

  16. Hidden attractors in a chaotic system with an exponential nonlinear term

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    Pham, V.-T.; Vaidyanathan, S.; Volos, C. K.; Jafari, S.

    2015-07-01

    Studying systems with hidden attractors is new attractive research direction because of its practical and threoretical importance. A novel system with an exponential nonlinear term, which can exhibit hidden attractors, is proposed in this work. Although new system possesses no equilibrium points, it displays rich dynamical behaviors, like chaos. By calculating Lyapunov exponents and bifurcation diagram, the dynamical behaviors of such system are discovered. Moreover, two important features of a chaotic system, the possibility of synchronization and the feasibility of the theoretical model, are also presented by introducing an adaptive synchronization scheme and designing a digital hardware platform-based emulator.

  17. The Chaotic Prediction for Aero-Engine Performance Parameters Based on Nonlinear PLS Regression

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    Chunxiao Zhang

    2012-01-01

    Full Text Available The prediction of the aero-engine performance parameters is very important for aero-engine condition monitoring and fault diagnosis. In this paper, the chaotic phase space of engine exhaust temperature (EGT time series which come from actual air-borne ACARS data is reconstructed through selecting some suitable nearby points. The partial least square (PLS based on the cubic spline function or the kernel function transformation is adopted to obtain chaotic predictive function of EGT series. The experiment results indicate that the proposed PLS chaotic prediction algorithm based on biweight kernel function transformation has significant advantage in overcoming multicollinearity of the independent variables and solve the stability of regression model. Our predictive NMSE is 16.5 percent less than that of the traditional linear least squares (OLS method and 10.38 percent less than that of the linear PLS approach. At the same time, the forecast error is less than that of nonlinear PLS algorithm through bootstrap test screening.

  18. Nonsingular terminal sliding mode approach applied to synchronize chaotic systems with unknown parameters and nonlinear inputs

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    Mohammad Pourmahmood Aghababa; Hassan Feizi

    2012-01-01

    This paper deals with the design of a novel nonsingular terminal sliding mode controller for finite-time synchronization of two different chaotic systems with fully unknown parameters and nonlinear inputs.We propose a novel nonsingular terminal sliding surface and prove its finite-time convergence to zero.We assume that both the master's and the slave's system parameters are unknown in advance.Proper adaptation laws are derived to tackle the unknown parameters.An adaptive sliding mode control law is designed to ensure the existence of the sliding mode in finite time.We prove that both reaching and sliding mode phases are stable in finite time.An estimation of convergence time is given.Two illustrative examples show the effectiveness and usefulness of the proposed technique.It is worthwhile noticing that the introduced nonsingular terminal sliding mode can be applied to a wide variety of nonlinear control problems.

  19. Adaptive backstepping control, synchronization and circuit simulation of a 3-D novel jerk chaotic system with two hyperbolic sinusoidal nonlinearities

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    Vaidyanathan Sundarapandian

    2014-09-01

    Full Text Available In this research work, a six-term 3-D novel jerk chaotic system with two hyperbolic sinusoidal nonlinearities has been proposed, and its qualitative properties have been detailed. The Lyapunov exponents of the novel jerk system are obtained as L1 = 0.07765,L2 = 0, and L3 = −0.87912. The Kaplan-Yorke dimension of the novel jerk system is obtained as DKY = 2.08833. Next, an adaptive backstepping controller is designed to stabilize the novel jerk chaotic system with two unknown parameters. Moreover, an adaptive backstepping controller is designed to achieve complete chaos synchronization of the identical novel jerk chaotic systems with two unknown parameters. Finally, an electronic circuit realization of the novel jerk chaotic system using Spice is presented in detail to confirm the feasibility of the theoretical model

  20. Analysis, Adaptive Control and Adaptive Synchronization of a Nine-Term Novel 3-D Chaotic System with Four Quadratic Nonlinearities and its Circuit Simulation

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    S. Vaidyanathan

    2014-11-01

    Full Text Available This research work describes a nine-term novel 3-D chaotic system with four quadratic nonlinearities and details its qualitative properties. The phase portraits of the 3-D novel chaotic system simulated using MATLAB, depict the strange chaotic attractor of the system. For the parameter values chosen in this work, the Lyapunov exponents of the novel chaotic system are obtained as L1 = 6.8548, L2 = 0 and L3 = −32.8779. Also, the Kaplan-Yorke dimension of the novel chaotic system is obtained as DKY = 2.2085. Next, an adaptive controller is design to achieve global stabilization of the 3-D novel chaotic system with unknown system parameters. Moreover, an adaptive controller is designed to achieve global chaos synchronization of two identical novel chaotic systems with unknown system parameters. Finally, an electronic circuit realization of the novel chaotic system is presented using SPICE to confirm the feasibility of the theoretical model.

  1. A 3-D Novel Highly Chaotic System with Four Quadratic Nonlinearities, its Adaptive Control and Anti-Synchronization with Unknown Parameters

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    Vaidyanathan, S.

    2014-01-01

    This research work proposes a seven-term 3-D novel dissipative chaotic system with four quadratic nonlinearities. The Lyapunov exponents of the 3-D novel chaotic system are obtained as L1 = 11.36204, L2 = 0 and L3 = –47.80208. Since the sum of the Lyapunov exponents is negative, the 3-D novel chaotic system is dissipative. Also, the Kaplan-Yorke dimension of the 3-D novel chaotic system is obtained as DKY = 2.23769. The maximal Lyapunov exponent (MLE) of the novel chaotic system i...

  2. A 3-D Novel Highly Chaotic System with Four Quadratic Nonlinearities, its Adaptive Control and Anti-Synchronization with Unknown Parameters

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    S. Vaidyanathan

    2014-11-01

    Full Text Available This research work proposes a seven-term 3-D novel dissipative chaotic system with four quadratic nonlinearities. The Lyapunov exponents of the 3-D novel chaotic system are obtained as L1 = 11.36204, L2 = 0 and L3 = –47.80208. Since the sum of the Lyapunov exponents is negative, the 3-D novel chaotic system is dissipative. Also, the Kaplan-Yorke dimension of the 3-D novel chaotic system is obtained as DKY = 2.23769. The maximal Lyapunov exponent (MLE of the novel chaotic system is L1 = 11.36204, which is a large value for a polynomial chaotic system. Thus, the proposed 3-D novel chaotic system is highly chaotic. The phase portraits of the novel chaotic system simulated using MATLAB depict the highly chaotic attractor of the novel system. This research work also discusses other qualitative properties of the system. Next, an adaptive controller is designed to stabilize the 3-D novel chaotic system with unknown parameters. Also, an adaptive synchronizer is designed to achieve anti-synchronization of the identical 3-D novel chaotic systems with unknown parameters. The adaptive results derived in this work are established using Lyapunov stability theory. MATLAB simulations have been shown to illustrate and validate all the main results derived in this work.

  3. A new reduced-order observer for the synchronization of nonlinear chaotic systems: An application to secure communications

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    Castro-Ramírez, Joel, E-mail: ingcastro.7@gmail.com [Universidad Politécnica de Tlaxcala Av. Universidad Politecnica de Tlaxcala No.1, San Pedro Xalcaltzinco, Tepeyanco, Tlaxcala, C.P. 90180 (Mexico); Martínez-Guerra, Rafael, E-mail: rguerra@ctrl.cinvestav.mx [Departamento de Control Automático CINVESTAV-IPN, A.P. 14-740, D.F., México C.P. 07360 (Mexico); Cruz-Victoria, Juan Crescenciano, E-mail: juancrescenciano.cruz@uptlax.edu.mx [Universidad Politécnica de Tlaxcala Av. Universidad Politécnica de Tlaxcala No.1, San Pedro Xalcaltzinco, Tepeyanco, Tlaxcala, C.P. 90180 (Mexico)

    2015-10-15

    This paper deals with the master-slave synchronization scheme for partially known nonlinear chaotic systems, where the unknown dynamics is considered as the master system and we propose the slave system structure which estimates the unknown states. It introduced a new reduced order observer, using the concept of Algebraic Observability; we applied the results to a Sundarapandian chaotic system, and by means of some numerical simulations we show the effectiveness of the suggested approach. Finally, the proposed observer is utilized for encryption, where encryption key is the master system and decryption key is the slave system.

  4. On the modeling and nonlinear dynamics of autonomous Silva-Young type chaotic oscillators with flat power spectrum

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    Kengne, Jacques [Laboratoire d' Automatique et Informatique Apliquée (LAIA), Department of Electrical Engineering, IUT-FV Bandjoun, University of Dschang, Bandjoun (Cameroon); Kenmogne, Fabien [Laboratory of Modeling and Simulation in Engineering, Biomimetics and Prototype, University of Yaoundé 1, Yaoundé (Cameroon)

    2014-12-15

    The nonlinear dynamics of fourth-order Silva-Young type chaotic oscillators with flat power spectrum recently introduced by Tamaseviciute and collaborators is considered. In this type of oscillators, a pair of semiconductor diodes in an anti-parallel connection acts as the nonlinear component necessary for generating chaotic oscillations. Based on the Shockley diode equation and an appropriate selection of the state variables, a smooth mathematical model (involving hyperbolic sine and cosine functions) is derived for a better description of both the regular and chaotic dynamics of the system. The complex behavior of the oscillator is characterized in terms of its parameters by using time series, bifurcation diagrams, Lyapunov exponents' plots, Poincaré sections, and frequency spectra. It is shown that the onset of chaos is achieved via the classical period-doubling and symmetry restoring crisis scenarios. Some PSPICE simulations of the nonlinear dynamics of the oscillator are presented in order to confirm the ability of the proposed mathematical model to accurately describe/predict both the regular and chaotic behaviors of the oscillator.

  5. Non-linear thermal engineering, chaotic advection and mixing; Thermique non-lineaire, melange et advection chaotique

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    1998-12-31

    This conference day was jointly organized by the `university group of thermal engineering (GUT)` and the French association of thermal engineers. This book of proceedings contains 7 papers entitled: `energy spectra of a passive scalar undergoing advection by a chaotic flow`; `analysis of chaotic behaviours: from topological characterization to modeling`; `temperature homogeneity by Lagrangian chaos in a direct current flow heat exchanger: numerical approach`; ` thermal instabilities in a mixed convection phenomenon: nonlinear dynamics`; `experimental characterization study of the 3-D Lagrangian chaos by thermal analogy`; `influence of coherent structures on the mixing of a passive scalar`; `evaluation of the performance index of a chaotic advection effect heat exchanger for a wide range of Reynolds numbers`. (J.S.)

  6. Adaptive set-point tracking of the Lorenz chaotic system using non-linear feedback

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    Haghighatdar, F. [Department of Electronic Engineering, University of Isfahan, Hezar-Jerib St., Postal code: 8174673441, Isfahan (Iran, Islamic Republic of)], E-mail: fr_haghighat@yahoo.com; Ataei, M. [Department of Electronic Engineering, University of Isfahan, Hezar-Jerib St., Postal code: 8174673441, Isfahan (Iran, Islamic Republic of)], E-mail: mataei1971@yahoo.com

    2009-05-30

    In this paper, an adaptive control method for set-point tracking of the Lorenz chaotic system by using non-linear feedback is proposed. The design procedure of the proposed controller is accomplished in two steps. At the first step, using Lyapunov's direct method, a non-linear state feedback is selected so that without any need to apply identification techniques, in despite of the uncertain parameters existence in the system state equations, the asymptotic stability of the general Lorenz system is guaranteed in a stochastic point of the manifold containing general system equilibrium points. At the second step, a linear state feedback with adaptive gain is added to the prior controller to eliminate the tracking error. In order to guarantee the system asymptotic stability at desired set-point, the indirect Lyapunov's method is used. Finally, to show the effectiveness of the proposed methodology, the simulation results of different experiments including system parameters changes and set-point variation are provided.

  7. Nonlinear and chaotic vibration and stability analysis of an aero-elastic piezoelectric FG plate under parametric and primary excitations

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    Rezaee, Mousa; Jahangiri, Reza

    2015-05-01

    In this study, in the presence of supersonic aerodynamic loading, the nonlinear and chaotic vibrations and stability of a simply supported Functionally Graded Piezoelectric (FGP) rectangular plate with bonded piezoelectric layer have been investigated. It is assumed that the plate is simultaneously exposed to the effects of harmonic uniaxial in-plane force and transverse piezoelectric excitations and aerodynamic loading. It is considered that the potential distribution varies linearly through the piezoelectric layer thickness, and the aerodynamic load is modeled by the first order piston theory. The von-Karman nonlinear strain-displacement relations are used to consider the geometrical nonlinearity. Based on the Classical Plate Theory (CPT) and applying the Hamilton's principle, the nonlinear coupled partial differential equations of motion are derived. The Galerkin's procedure is used to reduce the equations of motion to nonlinear ordinary differential Mathieu equations. The validity of the formulation for analyzing the Limit Cycle Oscillation (LCO), aero-elastic stability boundaries is accomplished by comparing the results with those of the literature, and the convergence study of the FGP plate is performed. By applying the Multiple Scales Method, the case of 1:2 internal resonance and primary parametric resonance are taken into account and the corresponding averaged equations are derived and analyzed numerically. The results are provided to investigate the effects of the forcing/piezoelectric detuning parameter, amplitude of forcing/piezoelectric excitation and dynamic pressure, on the nonlinear dynamics and chaotic behavior of the FGP plate. It is revealed that under the certain conditions, due to the existence of bi-stable region of non-trivial solutions, system shows the hysteretic behavior. Moreover, in absence of airflow, it is observed that variation of control parameters leads to the multi periodic and chaotic motions.

  8. Chaotic Dynamics Analysis for a Class of Delay Nonlinear Finance Systems

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    2016-01-01

    Full Text Available This article focuses on a class of nonlinear chaotic finance model with feedback control problem. The dynamic responses of the delayed finance system were analyzed and the chaos control problems were considerd. The main work consists of three steps: (i for a financial system model with the delayed feedback control, the fixed point was obtained, and a new system was obtained by shifting the fixed point to the coordinate origin; (ii the delayed term was added to the new system, the characteristic equation of the new system was solved, and the distribution of the characteristic equation roots was analyzed. Since the system with time delay undergoes Hopf bifurcation at the equilibrium point under certain conditions, and the fixed point exists stability switching phenomenon, then the intervals of the stable and unstable fixed point were specifically given; (iii the stable periodic solution and the stable fixed point were simulated under a set of specific parameters, therefore the previous theoretical results obtained by numerical simulation were verified.

  9. Generation of trains of ultrashort microwave pulses by two coupled helical gyro-TWTs operating in regimes of amplification and nonlinear absorption

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    Ginzburg, N. S.; Denisov, G. G.; Vilkov, M. N.; Sergeev, A. S.; Zotova, I. V.; Samsonov, S. V.; Mishakin, S. V.

    2017-02-01

    Based on a time-domain model, we demonstrate that a periodic train of powerful ultrashort microwave pulses can be generated in an electron oscillator consisting of two coupled helically corrugated gyrotron travelling wave tubes (gyro-TWTs) operating in regimes of amplification and saturable absorption, respectively. The mechanism of pulse formation in such an oscillator is based on the effect of passive mode-locking widely used in laser physics. Saturable absorption can be implemented in a gyro-TWT in the Kompfner dip regime by a proper matching of the guiding magnetic field. According to simulations with the parameters of an experimentally realized Ka-band gyro-TWT, the peak power of generated pulses with a duration of 200 ps can achieve 400 kW.

  10. Nonlinear control of chaotic walking of atoms in an optical lattice

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    Yu, Argonov V.; Prants, S.V.

    2007-01-01

    Centre-of-mass atomic motion in an optical lattice near the resonance is shown to be a chaotic walking due to the interplay between coherent internal atomic dynamics and spontaneous emission. Statistical properties of chaotic atomic motion can be controlled by the single parameter, the detuning between the atomic transition frequency and the laser frequency. We derive a Fokker-Planck equation in the energetic space to describe the atomic transport near the resonance and demonstrate numericall...

  11. Chaos control of 4D chaotic systems using recursive backstepping nonlinear controller

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    Laoye, J.A. [Nonlinear and Statistical Physics Research Group, Department of Physics, Olabisi Onabanjo University, P.M.B. 2002, Ago-Iwoye (Nigeria); Vincent, U.E. [Nonlinear and Statistical Physics Research Group, Department of Physics, Olabisi Onabanjo University, P.M.B. 2002, Ago-Iwoye (Nigeria)], E-mail: ue_vincent@yahoo.com; Kareem, S.O. [Nonlinear and Statistical Physics Research Group, Department of Physics, Olabisi Onabanjo University, P.M.B. 2002, Ago-Iwoye (Nigeria)

    2009-01-15

    This paper examines chaos control of two four-dimensional chaotic systems, namely: the Lorenz-Stenflo (LS) system that models low-frequency short-wavelength gravity waves and a new four-dimensional chaotic system (Qi systems), containing three cross products. The control analysis is based on recursive backstepping design technique and it is shown to be effective for the 4D systems considered. Numerical simulations are also presented.

  12. Signatures of chaotic and non-chaotic-like behaviour in a non-linear quantum oscillator through photon detection

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    Everitt, M J; Stiffell, P B; Ralph, J F; Bulsara, A R; Harland, C J

    2005-01-01

    The driven non-linear duffing osillator is a very good, and standard, example of a quantum mechanical system from which classical-like orbits can be recovered from unravellings of the master equation. In order to generated such trajectories in the phase space of this oscillator in this paper we use a the quantum jumps unravelling together with a suitable application of the correspondence principle. We analyse the measured readout by considering the power spectra of photon counts produced by the quantum jumps. Here we show that localisation of the wave packet from the measurement of the oscillator by the photon detector produces a concomitant structure in the power spectra of the measured output. Furthermore, we demonstrate that this spectral analysis can be used to distinguish between different modes of the underlying dynamics of the oscillator.

  13. Analysis, Adaptive Control and Anti-Synchronization of a Six-Term Novel Jerk Chaotic System with two Exponential Nonlinearities and its Circuit Simulation

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    2014-11-01

    Full Text Available This research work proposes a six-term novel 3-D jerk chaotic system with two exponential nonlinearities. This work also analyses system’s fundamental properties such as dissipativity, equilibria, Lyapunov exponents and Kaplan-Yorke dimension. The phase portraits of the jerk chaotic system simulated using MATLAB, depict the strange chaotic attractor of the system. For the parameter values and initial conditions chosen in this work, the Lyapunov exponents of the novel jerk chaotic system are obtained as L1 = 0.24519, L2 = 0 and L3 = −0.84571. Also, the Kaplan-Yorke dimension of the novel jerk chaotic system is obtained as DKY = 2.2899. Next, an adaptive backstepping controller is designed to stabilize the novel jerk chaotic system having two unknown parameters. Moreover, an adaptive backstepping controller is designed to achieve global chaos anti-synchronization of two identical novel jerk chaotic systems with two unknown system parameters. Finally, an electronic circuit realization of the novel jerk chaotic system is presented using SPICE to confirm the feasibility of the theoretical model.

  14. Using genetic algorithm to learn neural network identifier for modeling gyro startup drift rate

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    2000-01-01

    Studies the modeling of gyro startup drift rate from acquired experimental gyro startup drift rate data and the nonlinear dynamic models of gyro startup drift rate related temperature established by time-delay neural network which enables the gyro temperature drift rate to be compensated in the process of startup and the gyro instant startup to be implemented. And introduces an improved genetic algorithm to learn the weights of neural network identifier to avoid stacking into the local minimal value and achieve rapid convergence.

  15. Symposium Gyro Technology 1997

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    Sorg, H. [ed.] [Stuttgart Univ. (Germany). Inst. A fuer Mechanik

    1997-10-01

    This volume includes the twenty papers which were presented at the Symposium Gyro Technology 1997. The subjects that have been treated during the symposium were as follows: Performance and design of silicon micromachined gyro; improved rate gyroscope designs designated for fabrication by modern deep silicon etching; micromechanical vibratory rate gyroscopes fabricated in conventional CMOS; error modelling of silicon angular rate sensor; a capacitive accelerometer as an example for surface micromachined inertial sensors; initial production results of a new family of fiber optic gyroscopes; dual-axis multiplexed open loop fiber optic gyroscope; flattely supported vibratory gyro-sensor using a Trident-type tuning fork resonator; innovative mechanizations to optimize inertial sensors for high or low rate operations; design of a planar vibratory gyroscope using electrostatic actuation and electromanetic detection; fiber optic gyro based land navigation system; FOG AHRS and AHRS/GPS navigation system: the low cost solution; GPS/GLONASS/INS-navigation (GLOGINAV); small-sized integrated system of the sea mobile objects attitude and navigation; concepts for hybrid positioning; preliminary results from a large ring laser gyroscope for fundamental physics and geophysics; a `sense of balance` - AHRS with low-cost vibrating-gyroscopes for medical diagnostics; application of strapdown inertial systems of orientation and navigation in intrapipe moving diagnostic apparatus; investigation of a digital readout system for laser gyro; the use of angular rate multiple integrals as input signals for strapdown attitude algorithms. (AKF)

  16. Theoretical design for a class of chaotic stream cipher based on nonlinear coupled feedback

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    Hu Guojie; Wang Lin; Feng Zhengjin

    2005-01-01

    A class of chaotic map called piecewise-quadratic-equation map to design feedback stream cipher is proposed.Such map can generate chaotic signals that have uniform distribution function, δ-like autocorrelation function. Compared with the piecewise-linear map, this map provides enhanced security in that they can maintain the original perfect statistical properties, as well as overcome the defect of piecewise-linearity and expand the key space. This paper presents a scheme to improve the local complexity of the chaotic stream cipher based on the piecewise-quadratic-equationmap.Both the theoretic analysis and the results of simulation show that this scheme improves the microstructure of the phasespace graph on condition that the good properties of the original scheme are remained.

  17. A comparison of nonlinear stochastic self-exciting threshold autoregressive and chaotic k-nearest neighbour models in daily streamflow forecasting

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    Tongal, Hakan; Booij, Martijn J.

    2016-01-01

    A nonlinear stochastic self-exciting threshold autoregressive (SETAR) model and a chaotic k-nearest neighbour (k-nn) model, for the first time, were compared in one and multi-step ahead daily flow forecasting for nine rivers with low, medium, and high flows in the western United States. The

  18. Non-linear analysis indicates chaotic dynamics and reduced resilience in model-based Daphnia populations exposed to environmental stress.

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    Full Text Available In this study we present evidence that anthropogenic stressors can reduce the resilience of age-structured populations. Enhancement of disturbance in a model-based Daphnia population lead to a repression of chaotic population dynamics at the same time increasing the degree of synchrony between the population's age classes. Based on the theory of chaos-mediated survival an increased risk of extinction was revealed for this population exposed to high concentrations of a chemical stressor. The Lyapunov coefficient was supposed to be a useful indicator to detect disturbance thresholds leading to alterations in population dynamics. One possible explanation could be a discrete change in attractor orientation due to external disturbance. The statistical analysis of Lyapunov coefficient distribution is proposed as a methodology to test for significant non-linear effects of general disturbance on populations. Although many new questions arose, this study forms a theoretical basis for a dynamical definition of population recovery.

  19. Synchronization of chaotic systems and identification of nonlinear systems by using recurrent hierarchical type-2 fuzzy neural networks.

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    Mohammadzadeh, Ardashir; Ghaemi, Sehraneh

    2015-09-01

    This paper proposes a novel approach for training of proposed recurrent hierarchical interval type-2 fuzzy neural networks (RHT2FNN) based on the square-root cubature Kalman filters (SCKF). The SCKF algorithm is used to adjust the premise part of the type-2 FNN and the weights of defuzzification and the feedback weights. The recurrence property in the proposed network is the output feeding of each membership function to itself. The proposed RHT2FNN is employed in the sliding mode control scheme for the synchronization of chaotic systems. Unknown functions in the sliding mode control approach are estimated by RHT2FNN. Another application of the proposed RHT2FNN is the identification of dynamic nonlinear systems. The effectiveness of the proposed network and its learning algorithm is verified by several simulation examples. Furthermore, the universal approximation of RHT2FNNs is also shown.

  20. A new method of controlling chemical chaos——Nonlinear artificial neural network (ANN)-occasional perturbation feedback control in the whole chaotic region

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    宋浩; 蔡遵生; 赵学庄; 李勇军; 习保民; 李燕妮

    1999-01-01

    A new method of controlling chemical chaos to attain the stabilized unstable periodic orbit (UPO) is proposed. It is an extension of the occasional proportional feedback (OPF) control strategy which spans the limitations of OPF, i.e. the linear region of the control rule, and extends to the whole chaotic region. It also expresses the nonlinear control rule with the back propogation-artificial neural network (BP-ANN) in order to increase the robustness of the control. Its effectiveness is examined through controlling an autocatalytic chaotic reaction model numerically.

  1. Stability of gyro in a vehicle spinning with uncertain angular velocity

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    Singh, S. N.

    1981-03-01

    An analysis is presented of a single-axis gyroscope mounted in a vehicle that is spinning with uncertain angular velocity about the spin axis of the gyro; the nonlinearity in the equation of motion of the gyro is retained. Using a circle criterion for the absolute stability of the Lure problem, it is shown that the gimbal motion is globally asymptotically stable if the Nyquist plot of the linear transfer function of the gyro lies within a certain disk. An inequality involving the magnitude of the uncertain spin rate and gyro parameters for stability is derived.

  2. Nonlinear analysis of chaotic flow in a 3D closed-loop pulsating heat pipe

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    Pouryoussefi, S M

    2016-01-01

    Numerical simulation has been conducted for the chaotic flow in a 3D closed-loop pulsating heat pipe (PHP). Heat flux and constant temperature boundary conditions were applied for evaporator and condenser sections, respectively. Water and ethanol were used as working fluids. Volume of Fluid (VOF) method has been employed for two-phase flow simulation. Spectral analysis of temperature time series was carried out using Power Spectrum Density (PSD) method. Existence of dominant peak in PSD diagram indicated periodic or quasi-periodic behavior in temperature oscillations at particular frequencies. Correlation dimension values for ethanol as working fluid was found to be higher than that for water under the same operating conditions. Similar range of Lyapunov exponent values for the PHP with water and ethanol as working fluids indicated strong dependency of Lyapunov exponent to the structure and dimensions of the PHP. An O-ring structure pattern was obtained for reconstructed 3D attractor at periodic or quasi-peri...

  3. Chaotic dynamics of the size-dependent non-linear micro-beam model

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    Krysko, A. V.; Awrejcewicz, J.; Pavlov, S. P.; Zhigalov, M. V.; Krysko, V. A.

    2017-09-01

    In this work, a size-dependent model of a Sheremetev-Pelekh-Reddy-Levinson micro-beam is proposed and validated using the couple stress theory, taking into account large deformations. The applied Hamilton's principle yields the governing PDEs and boundary conditions. A comparison of statics and dynamics of beams with and without size-dependent components is carried out. It is shown that the proposed model results in significant, both qualitative and quantitative, changes in the nature of beam deformations, in comparison to the so far employed standard models. A novel scenario of transition from regular to chaotic vibrations of the size-dependent Sheremetev-Pelekh model, following the Pomeau-Manneville route to chaos, is also detected and illustrated, among others.

  4. Transient and chaotic low-energy transfers in a system with bistable nonlinearity

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    Romeo, F., E-mail: francesco.romeo@uniroma1.it [Department of Structural and Geotechnical Engineering, SAPIENZA University of Rome, Rome (Italy); Manevitch, L. I. [Institute of Chemical Physics, RAS, Moscow (Russian Federation); Bergman, L. A.; Vakakis, A. [College of Engineering, University of Illinois at Urbana–Champaign, Champaign, Illinois 61820 (United States)

    2015-05-15

    The low-energy dynamics of a two-dof system composed of a grounded linear oscillator coupled to a lightweight mass by means of a spring with both cubic nonlinear and negative linear components is investigated. The mechanisms leading to intense energy exchanges between the linear oscillator, excited by a low-energy impulse, and the nonlinear attachment are addressed. For lightly damped systems, it is shown that two main mechanisms arise: Aperiodic alternating in-well and cross-well oscillations of the nonlinear attachment, and secondary nonlinear beats occurring once the dynamics evolves solely in-well. The description of the former dissipative phenomenon is provided in a two-dimensional projection of the phase space, where transitions between in-well and cross-well oscillations are associated with sequences of crossings across a pseudo-separatrix. Whereas the second mechanism is described in terms of secondary limiting phase trajectories of the nonlinear attachment under certain resonance conditions. The analytical treatment of the two aformentioned low-energy transfer mechanisms relies on the reduction of the nonlinear dynamics and consequent analysis of the reduced dynamics by asymptotic techniques. Direct numerical simulations fully validate our analytical predictions.

  5. Robust stabilization for a class of nonlinear systems via a single input control applicable to chaotic systems and its circuit implementation.

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    Sun, Yeong-Jeu; Wu, Yu-Biaw; Wang, Ching-Cheng

    2013-06-01

    In this study, the concept of global exponential ε-stabilization is introduced and the robust stabilization for a class of nonlinear systems with single input is investigated. Based on Lyapunov-like Theorem with differential and integral inequalities, a feedback control is proposed to realize the global stabilization of such nonlinear systems with any pre-specified exponential convergence rate. The guaranteed exponential convergence rate can be also correctly estimated. This result can be straightforwardly applicable to some famous chaotic systems. Besides, it will be proven that a single and linear control, with lower dimensions than that of the states, can realize the global exponential stability of some famous chaotic systems. Finally, comparisons of our main results with recently published results as well as numerical examples with circuit realization are provided to show the effectiveness and superiority of the obtained results.

  6. Multi-piecewise quadratic nonlinearity memristor and its 2N-scroll and 2N + 1-scroll chaotic attractors system.

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    Wang, Chunhua; Liu, Xiaoming; Xia, Hu

    2017-03-01

    In this paper, two kinds of novel ideal active flux-controlled smooth multi-piecewise quadratic nonlinearity memristors with multi-piecewise continuous memductance function are presented. The pinched hysteresis loop characteristics of the two memristor models are verified by building a memristor emulator circuit. Using the two memristor models establish a new memristive multi-scroll Chua's circuit, which can generate 2N-scroll and 2N+1-scroll chaotic attractors without any other ordinary nonlinear function. Furthermore, coexisting multi-scroll chaotic attractors are found in the proposed memristive multi-scroll Chua's circuit. Phase portraits, Lyapunov exponents, bifurcation diagrams, and equilibrium point analysis have been used to research the basic dynamics of the memristive multi-scroll Chua's circuit. The consistency of circuit implementation and numerical simulation verifies the effectiveness of the system design.

  7. Mathematical modeling suggests that periodontitis behaves as a non-linear chaotic dynamical process

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    Papantonopoulos, G.H.; Takahashi, K.; Bountis, T.; Loos, B.G.

    2013-01-01

    Background: This study aims to expand on a previously presented cellular automata model and further explore the non-linear dynamics of periodontitis. Additionally the authors investigated whether their mathematical model could predict the two known types of periodontitis, aggressive (AgP) and

  8. Mathematical modeling suggests that periodontitis behaves as a non-linear chaotic dynamical process

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    Papantonopoulos, G.H.; Takahashi, K.; Bountis, T.; Loos, B.G.

    2013-01-01

    Background: This study aims to expand on a previously presented cellular automata model and further explore the non-linear dynamics of periodontitis. Additionally the authors investigated whether their mathematical model could predict the two known types of periodontitis, aggressive (AgP) and chroni

  9. Simple Autonomous Chaotic Circuits

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    Piper, Jessica; Sprott, J.

    2010-03-01

    Over the last several decades, numerous electronic circuits exhibiting chaos have been proposed. Non-autonomous circuits with as few as two components have been developed. However, the operation of such circuits relies on the non-ideal behavior of the devices used, and therefore the circuit equations can be quite complex. In this paper, we present two simple autonomous chaotic circuits using only opamps and linear passive components. The circuits each use one opamp as a comparator, to provide a signum nonlinearity. The chaotic behavior is robust, and independent of nonlinearities in the passive components. Moreover, the circuit equations are among the algebraically simplest chaotic systems yet constructed.

  10. Subwavelength Sensing Using Nonlinear Feedback in a Wave-Chaotic Cavity

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    2013-01-01

    and Low-pass Filter- ing Effects The transistor used in my experiments is an NPN Silicon Germanium RF tran- sistor (Infinium Technologies BFP620), where...the NPN junction classifies the de- vice as a bipolar-junction- transistor (BJT) [100]. The bipolar junction refers to the connections between two...T T vb CT LT vin+vb bias-T Figure A.1: Bipolar junction transistor in the nonlinear circuit. (a) Bipolar junc- tion transistor with NPN junctions

  11. Nonlinear theory of beam-wave interaction in gyro-TWT with spiral waveguide%螺旋波纹波导回旋行波管注波互作用非线性理论

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    薛智浩; 刘濮鲲; 杜朝海

    2012-01-01

    螺旋波纹波导回旋行波管与采用光滑圆波导的回旋管相比,有较大的带宽.介绍了该类回旋行波管的非线性注波互作用理论.计算结果表明该理论计算结果与实际实验报道的结果基本符合,相应的电子效率达到29%,饱和增益达到37 dB,工作磁场0.21 T,电压185 kV,电流19A.%Gyro-TWT (traveling wave tube) with helical waveguide has wider instantaneous frequency bandwidth than that with smooth waveguide. This paper introduces the nonlinear theory of its beam-wave interaction. The calculation shows that, the electron efficiency reaches 29% . and the saturated gain is 37 dB, when the working magnetic field is 0. 21 T. the voltage is 185 kV and the current is 19 A. The calculated results accord with that reported in literature.

  12. Space Tug laser gyro IMU

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    Morrison, R.; Walls, B.

    1975-01-01

    A redundant inertial measuring unit (IMU) incorporating six strapdown laser gyros and six accelerometers, arranged so that sensitive axes are normal to the faces of a dodecahedron, provides enhanced reliability with reduced hardware weight. Software monitoring of sensor outputs senses failure of sensors and the system is designed for triple redundancy, with built-in test equipment. Attention is centered on redundancy and fail-safe features, and on the closed-path ring laser gyro arrangement.

  13. AUTOMATED DEGAUSSING OF OPTICAL GYRO

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    2010-10-01

    Full Text Available Gyro is one of the major parts of the space vehicle. Gyro is used to measure the rotational rate of the space vehicle. One of the Laser technologies is used in the gyro. The laser beam must be incident on the photo diode without any abstraction. If any magnetic field is present, the laser beam is bending. But it must be avoided. But sometimes due to external influences gyro will effect by the magnetic field. So, we need to demagnetize the gyro. To demagnetizing the gyro, one method is used namely known as degaussing. Degaussing is the process of decreasing or eliminating an unwanted magnetic field. But it is generally not possible to reduce a magnetic field completely to zero, so degaussing typically induces a very small "known" field referred to as bias. The original method of degaussing was to install electromagnetic coils into system, known simply as coiling.The paper is how to degauss the gyro using microcontroller AT90S2313. To degaussing the gyro, applied voltage time must be controlled. This is achieved by pulse width modulation by changing the duty cycle. In PWM, the period remains Constant, but the duty cycle changes. For PWM wave generation, the count for the total period is calculated and the ON time is subtracted from it to get the off time, this is given by T=Ton +Toff. Once pwm wave is generated it must be amplified by the power amplifier because the magnetic coil has a low resistance. Due to this it draws more power; if we connect the coils directly to the microcontroller it cannot supply such amount of power. For this purpose L6203 full bridge power amplifier is used. Power on reset is a process of reset the micro controller before functioning. Generally every micro controller has a prescribed voltage level. If voltage fallen below the prescribed level it must be shut down. For this purpose ADM706 supervisory circuit is used.

  14. Developing a local least-squares support vector machines-based neuro-fuzzy model for nonlinear and chaotic time series prediction.

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    Miranian, A; Abdollahzade, M

    2013-02-01

    Local modeling approaches, owing to their ability to model different operating regimes of nonlinear systems and processes by independent local models, seem appealing for modeling, identification, and prediction applications. In this paper, we propose a local neuro-fuzzy (LNF) approach based on the least-squares support vector machines (LSSVMs). The proposed LNF approach employs LSSVMs, which are powerful in modeling and predicting time series, as local models and uses hierarchical binary tree (HBT) learning algorithm for fast and efficient estimation of its parameters. The HBT algorithm heuristically partitions the input space into smaller subdomains by axis-orthogonal splits. In each partitioning, the validity functions automatically form a unity partition and therefore normalization side effects, e.g., reactivation, are prevented. Integration of LSSVMs into the LNF network as local models, along with the HBT learning algorithm, yield a high-performance approach for modeling and prediction of complex nonlinear time series. The proposed approach is applied to modeling and predictions of different nonlinear and chaotic real-world and hand-designed systems and time series. Analysis of the prediction results and comparisons with recent and old studies demonstrate the promising performance of the proposed LNF approach with the HBT learning algorithm for modeling and prediction of nonlinear and chaotic systems and time series.

  15. Forecasting nonlinear chaotic time series with function expression method based on an improved genetic-simulated annealing algorithm.

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    Wang, Jun; Zhou, Bi-hua; Zhou, Shu-dao; Sheng, Zheng

    2015-01-01

    The paper proposes a novel function expression method to forecast chaotic time series, using an improved genetic-simulated annealing (IGSA) algorithm to establish the optimum function expression that describes the behavior of time series. In order to deal with the weakness associated with the genetic algorithm, the proposed algorithm incorporates the simulated annealing operation which has the strong local search ability into the genetic algorithm to enhance the performance of optimization; besides, the fitness function and genetic operators are also improved. Finally, the method is applied to the chaotic time series of Quadratic and Rossler maps for validation. The effect of noise in the chaotic time series is also studied numerically. The numerical results verify that the method can forecast chaotic time series with high precision and effectiveness, and the forecasting precision with certain noise is also satisfactory. It can be concluded that the IGSA algorithm is energy-efficient and superior.

  16. Forecasting Nonlinear Chaotic Time Series with Function Expression Method Based on an Improved Genetic-Simulated Annealing Algorithm

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    Jun Wang

    2015-01-01

    Full Text Available The paper proposes a novel function expression method to forecast chaotic time series, using an improved genetic-simulated annealing (IGSA algorithm to establish the optimum function expression that describes the behavior of time series. In order to deal with the weakness associated with the genetic algorithm, the proposed algorithm incorporates the simulated annealing operation which has the strong local search ability into the genetic algorithm to enhance the performance of optimization; besides, the fitness function and genetic operators are also improved. Finally, the method is applied to the chaotic time series of Quadratic and Rossler maps for validation. The effect of noise in the chaotic time series is also studied numerically. The numerical results verify that the method can forecast chaotic time series with high precision and effectiveness, and the forecasting precision with certain noise is also satisfactory. It can be concluded that the IGSA algorithm is energy-efficient and superior.

  17. Bandwidth enhancement and time-delay signature suppression of chaotic signal from an optical feedback semiconductor laser by using cross phase modulation in a highly nonlinear fiber loop mirror

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    Wang, Liang-Yan; Zhong, Zhu-Qiong; Wu, Zheng-Mao; Lu, Dong; Chen, Xi; Chen, Jun; Xia, Guang-Qiong

    2016-11-01

    Based on a nonlinear fiber loop mirror (NOLM) composed of a fiber coupler (FC) and a highly nonlinear fiber (HNLF), a scheme is proposed to simultaneously realize the bandwidth enhancement and the time-delay signature (TDS) suppression of a chaotic signal generated from an external cavity optical feedback semiconductor laser. The simulation results show that, after passing through the NOLM, the bandwidth of chaotic signal can be efficiently enhanced and the TDS can be well suppressed under suitable operation parameters. Furthermore, the influences of the power-splitting ratio of the FC, the averaged power of the chaotic signal entering into the FC and the length of the HNLF on the chaotic bandwidth and TDS are analyzed, and the optimized parameters are determined.

  18. Chaotic Boltzmann machines.

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    Suzuki, Hideyuki; Imura, Jun-ichi; Horio, Yoshihiko; Aihara, Kazuyuki

    2013-01-01

    The chaotic Boltzmann machine proposed in this paper is a chaotic pseudo-billiard system that works as a Boltzmann machine. Chaotic Boltzmann machines are shown numerically to have computing abilities comparable to conventional (stochastic) Boltzmann machines. Since no randomness is required, efficient hardware implementation is expected. Moreover, the ferromagnetic phase transition of the Ising model is shown to be characterised by the largest Lyapunov exponent of the proposed system. In general, a method to relate probabilistic models to nonlinear dynamics by derandomising Gibbs sampling is presented.

  19. Reduced-Drift Virtual Gyro from an Array of Low-Cost Gyros.

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    Vaccaro, Richard J; Zaki, Ahmed S

    2017-02-11

    A Kalman filter approach for combining the outputs of an array of high-drift gyros to obtain a virtual lower-drift gyro has been known in the literature for more than a decade. The success of this approach depends on the correlations of the random drift components of the individual gyros. However, no method of estimating these correlations has appeared in the literature. This paper presents an algorithm for obtaining the statistical model for an array of gyros, including the cross-correlations of the individual random drift components. In order to obtain this model, a new statistic, called the "Allan covariance" between two gyros, is introduced. The gyro array model can be used to obtain the Kalman filter-based (KFB) virtual gyro. Instead, we consider a virtual gyro obtained by taking a linear combination of individual gyro outputs. The gyro array model is used to calculate the optimal coefficients, as well as to derive a formula for the drift of the resulting virtual gyro. The drift formula for the optimal linear combination (OLC) virtual gyro is identical to that previously derived for the KFB virtual gyro. Thus, a Kalman filter is not necessary to obtain a minimum drift virtual gyro. The theoretical results of this paper are demonstrated using simulated as well as experimental data. In experimental results with a 28-gyro array, the OLC virtual gyro has a drift spectral density 40 times smaller than that obtained by taking the average of the gyro signals.

  20. Reduced-Drift Virtual Gyro from an Array of Low-Cost Gyros

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    Vaccaro, Richard J.; Zaki, Ahmed S.

    2017-01-01

    A Kalman filter approach for combining the outputs of an array of high-drift gyros to obtain a virtual lower-drift gyro has been known in the literature for more than a decade. The success of this approach depends on the correlations of the random drift components of the individual gyros. However, no method of estimating these correlations has appeared in the literature. This paper presents an algorithm for obtaining the statistical model for an array of gyros, including the cross-correlations of the individual random drift components. In order to obtain this model, a new statistic, called the “Allan covariance” between two gyros, is introduced. The gyro array model can be used to obtain the Kalman filter-based (KFB) virtual gyro. Instead, we consider a virtual gyro obtained by taking a linear combination of individual gyro outputs. The gyro array model is used to calculate the optimal coefficients, as well as to derive a formula for the drift of the resulting virtual gyro. The drift formula for the optimal linear combination (OLC) virtual gyro is identical to that previously derived for the KFB virtual gyro. Thus, a Kalman filter is not necessary to obtain a minimum drift virtual gyro. The theoretical results of this paper are demonstrated using simulated as well as experimental data. In experimental results with a 28-gyro array, the OLC virtual gyro has a drift spectral density 40 times smaller than that obtained by taking the average of the gyro signals. PMID:28208673

  1. Steady-state, self-oscillating and chaotic behavior of a PID controlled nonlinear servomechanism by using Bogdanov-Takens and Andronov-Poincaré-Hopf bifurcations

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    Pérez-Molina, Manuel; Pérez-Polo, Manuel F.

    2014-10-01

    This paper analyzes a controlled servomechanism with feedback and a cubic nonlinearity by means of the Bogdanov-Takens and Andronov-Poincaré-Hopf bifurcations, from which steady-state, self-oscillating and chaotic behaviors will be investigated using the center manifold theorem. The system controller is formed by a Proportional plus Integral plus Derivative action (PID) that allows to stabilize and drive to a prescribed set point a body connected to the shaft of a DC motor. The Bogdanov-Takens bifurcation is analyzed through the second Lyapunov stability method and the harmonic-balance method, whereas the first Lyapunov value is used for the Andronov-Poincaré-Hopf bifurcation. On the basis of the results deduced from the bifurcation analysis, we show a procedure to select the parameters of the PID controller so that an arbitrary steady-state position of the servomechanism can be reached even in presence of noise. We also show how chaotic behavior can be obtained by applying a harmonical external torque to the device in self-oscillating regime. The advantage of achieving chaotic behavior is that it can be used so that the system reaches a set point inside a strange attractor with a small control effort. The analytical calculations have been verified through detailed numerical simulations.

  2. Optically transduced MEMS gyro device

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    Nielson, Gregory N; Bogart, Gregory R; Langlois, Eric; Okandan, Murat

    2014-05-20

    A bulk micromachined vibratory gyro in which a proof mass has a bulk substrate thickness for a large mass and high inertial sensitivity. In embodiments, optical displacement transduction is with multi-layer sub-wavelength gratings for high sensitivity and low cross-talk with non-optical drive elements. In embodiments, the vibratory gyro includes a plurality of multi-layer sub-wavelength gratings and a plurality of drive electrodes to measure motion of the proof mass induced by drive forces and/or moments and induced by the Coriolis Effect when the gyro experiences a rotation. In embodiments, phase is varied across the plurality gratings and a multi-layer grating having the best performance is selected from the plurality.

  3. The chaotic pendulum

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    Gitterman, Moshe

    2010-01-01

    Pendulum is the simplest nonlinear system, which, however, provides the means for the description of different phenomena in Nature that occur in physics, chemistry, biology, medicine, communications, economics and sociology. The chaotic behavior of pendulum is usually associated with the random force acting on a pendulum (Brownian motion). Another type of chaotic motion (deterministic chaos) occurs in nonlinear systems with only few degrees of freedom. This book presents a comprehensive description of these phenomena going on in underdamped and overdamped pendula subject to additive and multip

  4. Robust Control of a Class of Uncertain Fractional-Order Chaotic Systems with Input Nonlinearity via an Adaptive Sliding Mode Technique

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    Xiaomin Tian

    2014-02-01

    Full Text Available In this paper, the problem of stabilizing a class of fractional-order chaotic systems with sector and dead-zone nonlinear inputs is investigated. The effects of model uncertainties and external disturbances are fully taken into account. Moreover, the bounds of both model uncertainties and external disturbances are assumed to be unknown in advance. To deal with the system’s nonlinear items and unknown bounded uncertainties, an adaptive fractional-order sliding mode (AFSM controller is designed. Then, Lyapunov’s stability theory is used to prove the stability of the designed control scheme. Finally, two simulation examples are given to verify the effectiveness and robustness of the proposed control approach.

  5. Application of a maximum entropy method to estimate the probability density function of nonlinear or chaotic behavior in structural health monitoring data

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    Livingston, Richard A.; Jin, Shuang

    2005-05-01

    Bridges and other civil structures can exhibit nonlinear and/or chaotic behavior under ambient traffic or wind loadings. The probability density function (pdf) of the observed structural responses thus plays an important role for long-term structural health monitoring, LRFR and fatigue life analysis. However, the actual pdf of such structural response data often has a very complicated shape due to its fractal nature. Various conventional methods to approximate it can often lead to biased estimates. This paper presents recent research progress at the Turner-Fairbank Highway Research Center of the FHWA in applying a novel probabilistic scaling scheme for enhanced maximum entropy evaluation to find the most unbiased pdf. The maximum entropy method is applied with a fractal interpolation formulation based on contraction mappings through an iterated function system (IFS). Based on a fractal dimension determined from the entire response data set by an algorithm involving the information dimension, a characteristic uncertainty parameter, called the probabilistic scaling factor, can be introduced. This allows significantly enhanced maximum entropy evaluation through the added inferences about the fine scale fluctuations in the response data. Case studies using the dynamic response data sets collected from a real world bridge (Commodore Barry Bridge, PA) and from the simulation of a classical nonlinear chaotic system (the Lorenz system) are presented in this paper. The results illustrate the advantages of the probabilistic scaling method over conventional approaches for finding the unbiased pdf especially in the critical tail region that contains the larger structural responses.

  6. Charged Particle Motion in Temporal Chaotic and Spatiotemporal Chaotic Fields

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    张海云; 贺凯芬

    2002-01-01

    We investigate charged particle motion in temporal chaotic and spatiotemporal chaotic fields. In its steady wave frame a few key modes of the solution of the driven/damped nonlinear wave equation are used as the field. It is found that in the spatiotemporal chaotic field the particle drifts relative to the steady wave, in contrast to that in the temporal chaotic field where the particle motion is localized in a trough of the wave field. The result is of significance for understanding stochastic acceleration of particles.

  7. Chaotic and Arnold stripes in weakly chaotic Hamiltonian systems.

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    Custódio, M S; Manchein, C; Beims, M W

    2012-06-01

    The dynamics in weakly chaotic Hamiltonian systems strongly depends on initial conditions (ICs) and little can be affirmed about generic behaviors. Using two distinct Hamiltonian systems, namely one particle in an open rectangular billiard and four particles globally coupled on a discrete lattice, we show that in these models, the transition from integrable motion to weak chaos emerges via chaotic stripes as the nonlinear parameter is increased. The stripes represent intervals of initial conditions which generate chaotic trajectories and increase with the nonlinear parameter of the system. In the billiard case, the initial conditions are the injection angles. For higher-dimensional systems and small nonlinearities, the chaotic stripes are the initial condition inside which Arnold diffusion occurs.

  8. Chaotic behavior of collective ion dynamics in the presence of an external static magnetic field

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    Poria, Swarup; Ghosh, Samiran

    2016-06-01

    The two-dimensional nonlinear collective ion dynamics in the presence of external magnetic field in an electron-ion plasma is investigated. The analysis is performed for traveling plane waves to elucidate the various aspects of the phase-space dynamics. The presence of magnetic field makes the dynamics of the nonlinear wave complex with a complicated phase-space behavior. Thus, the nonlinear wave supports a wide class of nonlinear structures viz., single soliton, multi-soliton, periodic, and quasi-periodic oscillations depending on the values of M (Mach number) and Ω (the ratio of ion gyro-frequency to the ion plasma frequency). The computational results predict the chaotic behavior of the nonlinear wave and the transition to chaos takes place when Ω ≳ 0.35 depending on the direction of propagation and the value of M. The amplitude of the wave depends on the obliqueness of the propagation and Mach number, whereas the magnetic field changes the dispersion properties of the wave.

  9. Modeling of Coupled Chaotic Oscillators

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    Lai, Y. [Departments of Physics and Astronomy and of Mathematics, University of Kansas, Lawrence, Kansas 66045 (United States); Grebogi, C. [Institute for Plasma Research, Department of Mathematics, Institute for Physical Science and Technology, University of Maryland, College Park, Maryland 20742 (United States)

    1999-06-01

    Chaotic dynamics may impose severe limits to deterministic modeling by dynamical equations of natural systems. We give theoretical argument that severe modeling difficulties may occur for high-dimensional chaotic systems in the sense that no model is able to produce reasonably long solutions that are realized by nature. We make these ideas concrete by investigating systems of coupled chaotic oscillators. They arise in many situations of physical and biological interests, and they also arise from discretization of nonlinear partial differential equations. {copyright} {ital 1999} {ital The American Physical Society}

  10. 非线性粘弹性梁的混沌运动%Chaotic Motions of Nonlinear Viscoelastic Beams

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    陈立群; 程昌; 张能辉

    2000-01-01

    The integro-partial-differential equation that governs the dynamical behavior of homogeneous viscoelastic beams with geometric and material nonlinearities is established. The material of the beams obeys the Leaderman nonlinear constitutive relation. In the case of simple supported ends, the Galerkin method is applied to simplify the integro-partial-differential equation to a integro -differential equation. The equation is further simplified to a set of ordinary differential equations by introducing an additional variable. Finally, the numerical method is applied to investigate the dynamical behavior of the beam, and results show that chaos occurs in the motion of the beam.

  11. 非线性粘弹性梁的混沌运动%Chaotic Motions of Nonlinear Viscoelastic Beams

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    陈立群; 程昌; 张能辉

    2001-01-01

    The integro-partial-differential equation that governs the dynamical behavior of homogeneous viscoelastic beams with geometric and material nonlinearities is established. The material of the beams obeys the Leaderman nonlinear constitutive relation. In the case of simple supported ends, the Galerkin method is applied to simplify the integro-partial-differential equation to a integro -differential equation. The equation is further simplified to a set of ordinary differential equations by introducing an additional variable. Finally, the numerical method is applied to investigate the dynamical behavior of the beam, and results show that chaos occurs in the motion of the beam.

  12. Frontiers of chaotic advection

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    Aref, Hassan; Budišić, Marko; Cartwright, Julyan H E; Clercx, Herman J H; Feudel, Ulrike; Golestanian, Ramin; Gouillart, Emmanuelle; Guer, Yves Le; van Heijst, GertJan F; Krasnopolskaya, Tatyana S; MacKay, Robert S; Meleshko, Vyacheslav V; Metcalfe, Guy; Mezić, Igor; de Moura, Alessandro P S; Omari, Kamal El; Piro, Oreste; Speetjens, Michel F M; Sturman, Rob; Thiffeault, Jean-Luc; Tuval, Idan

    2014-01-01

    We review the present position of and survey future perspectives in the physics of chaotic advection; the field that emerged three decades ago at the intersection of fluid mechanics and nonlinear dynamics, which encompasses a range of applications with length scales ranging from micrometers to hundreds of kilometers, including systems as diverse as mixing and thermal processing of viscous fluids, micro-fluidics, biological flows, and large-scale dispersion of pollutants in oceanographic and atmospheric flows.

  13. Lectures on chaotic dynamical systems

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    Afraimovich, Valentin

    2002-01-01

    This book is devoted to chaotic nonlinear dynamics. It presents a consistent, up-to-date introduction to the field of strange attractors, hyperbolic repellers, and nonlocal bifurcations. The authors keep the highest possible level of "physical" intuition while staying mathematically rigorous. In addition, they explain a variety of important nonstandard algorithms and problems involving the computation of chaotic dynamics. The book will help readers who are not familiar with nonlinear dynamics to understand and appreciate sophisticated modern dynamical systems and chaos. Intended for courses in either mathematics, physics, or engineering, prerequisites are calculus, differential equations, and functional analysis.

  14. A Design of Observers for a Discrete Chaotic System

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    2001-01-01

    It is very easy to design an observer for a discrete chaotic system which possesses one non-linear scalar quantity, and one can realize the synchronization between the investigated chaotic system and its observer easily. This method is applied to two chaotic systems.

  15. Angular Rate Sensing with GyroWheel Using Genetic Algorithm Optimized Neural Networks.

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    Zhao, Yuyu; Zhao, Hui; Huo, Xin; Yao, Yu

    2017-07-22

    GyroWheel is an integrated device that can provide three-axis control torques and two-axis angular rate sensing for small spacecrafts. Large tilt angle of its rotor and de-tuned spin rate lead to a complex and non-linear dynamics as well as difficulties in measuring angular rates. In this paper, the problem of angular rate sensing with the GyroWheel is investigated. Firstly, a simplified rate sensing equation is introduced, and the error characteristics of the method are analyzed. According to the analysis results, a rate sensing principle based on torque balance theory is developed, and a practical way to estimate the angular rates within the whole operating range of GyroWheel is provided by using explicit genetic algorithm optimized neural networks. The angular rates can be determined by the measurable values of the GyroWheel (including tilt angles, spin rate and torque coil currents), the weights and the biases of the neural networks. Finally, the simulation results are presented to illustrate the effectiveness of the proposed angular rate sensing method with GyroWheel.

  16. Secure communication by generalized chaotic synchronization

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    2003-01-01

    Chaotic communication is a rather new and active field of research. Although it is expected to have promising advantages,some investigators provide evidences that chaotic communication is not safety. This letter provides a new chaotic secure communi-cation scheme based on a generalized synchronization theory of coupled system. The secret message hidden in the chaotic sourcesignal generated via the scheme is very difficult to be unmasked by so-called nonlinear dynamic forecasting technique. One examplefor Internet communications was presented to illustrate the security of our scheme.

  17. Chaotic communication scheme with multiplication

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    Bobreshov, A. M.; Karavaev, A. A.

    2007-05-01

    A new scheme of data transmission with nonlinear admixing is described, in which the two mutually inverse operations (multiplication and division) ensure multiplicative mixing of the informative and chaotic signals that provides a potentially higher degree of security. A special feature of the proposed scheme is the absence of limitations (related to the division by zero) imposed on the types of informative signals.

  18. An adaptive strategy for controlling chaotic system

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    曹一家; 张红先

    2003-01-01

    This paper presents an adaptive strategy for controlling chaotic systems. By employing the phase space reconstruction technique in nonlinear dynamical systems theory, the proposed strategy transforms the nonlinear system into canonical form, and employs a nonlinear observer to estimate the uncertainties and disturbances of the nonlinear system, and then establishes a state-error-like feedback law. The developed control scheme allows chaos control in spite of modeling errors and parametric variations. The effectiveness of the proposed approach has been demonstrated through its applications to two well-known chaotic systems : Duffing oscillator and Rǒssler chaos.

  19. An adaptive strategy for controlling chaotic system.

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    Cao, Yi-Jia; Hang, Hong-Xian

    2003-01-01

    This paper presents an adaptive strategy for controlling chaotic systems. By employing the phase space reconstruction technique in nonlinear dynamical systems theory, the proposed strategy transforms the nonlinear system into canonical form, and employs a nonlinear observer to estimate the uncertainties and disturbances of the nonlinear system, and then establishes a state-error-like feedback law. The developed control scheme allows chaos control in spite of modeling errors and parametric variations. The effectiveness of the proposed approach has been demonstrated through its applications to two well-known chaotic systems: Duffing oscillator and Rössler chaos.

  20. An adaptive strategy for controlling chaotic system

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    曹一家; 张红先

    2003-01-01

    This paper presents an adaptive strategy for controlling chaotic systems. By employing the phase space reconstruction technique in nonlinear dynamical systems theory, the proposed strategy transforms the nonlinear system into canonical form, and employs a nonlinear observer to estimate the uncertainties and disturbances of the nonlinear system, and then establishes a state-error-like feedback law. The developed control scheme allows chaos control in spite of modeling errors and parametric variations. The effectiveness of the proposed approach has been demonstrated through its applications to two well-known chaotic systems: Duffing oscillator and Rossler chaos.

  1. Chaotic Explosions

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    Altmann, Eduardo G; Tél, Tamás

    2015-01-01

    We investigate chaotic dynamical systems for which the intensity of trajectories might grow unlimited in time. We show that (i) the intensity grows exponentially in time and is distributed spatially according to a fractal measure with an information dimension smaller than that of the phase space,(ii) such exploding cases can be described by an operator formalism similar to the one applied to chaotic systems with absorption (decaying intensities), but (iii) the invariant quantities characterizing explosion and absorption are typically not directly related to each other, e.g., the decay rate and fractal dimensions of absorbing maps typically differ from the ones computed in the corresponding inverse (exploding) maps. We illustrate our general results through numerical simulation in the cardioid billiard mimicking a lasing optical cavity, and through analytical calculations in the baker map.

  2. Spin-Exchange Pumped NMR Gyros

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    Walker, Thad G

    2016-01-01

    We present the basic theory governing spin-exchange pumped NMR gyros. We review the basic physics of spin-exchange collisions and relaxation as they pertain to precision NMR. We present a simple model of operation as an NMR oscillator and use it to analyze the dynamic response and noise properties of the oscillator. We discuss the primary systematic errors (differential alkali fields, quadrupole shifts, and offset drifts) that limit the bias stability, and discuss methods to minimize them. We give with a brief overview of a practical implementation and performance of an NMR gyro built by Northrop-Grumman Corporation, and conclude with some comments about future prospects.

  3. New Understanding of Hubble Space Telescope Gyro Current Increase Led to a Method to Save a Failing Gyro Presentation

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    Blumenstock, Kenneth A.

    2017-01-01

    Throughout the history of the Hubble Space Telescope (HST) program, gyro current increases have been observed to occur, often times leading to gyro failure. The explanation was that debris from the surfaces of the gas bearings, with only 1.27 micron clearance, resulted in rotor restriction, which increased friction, torque, and current. However, the rotor restriction theory never could account for the fact that a restart of the gyro would restore the current back to nominal. An effort was made to understand this puzzling gyro behavior after two HST gyros exhibited increased current within the same week in November 2015. A review board was created to resolve these anomalies and generate operational procedures to potentially extend gyro life. A new understanding of gyro current behavior led to implementation of a method that could potentially save a failing gyro.

  4. 用于约束非线性全局优化的混沌退火神经网络%CHAOTIC ANNEALING NEURAL NETWORK FOR GLOBAL OPTIMIZATION OF CONSTRAINED NONLINEAR PROGRAMMING

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    张国平; 王正欧; 袁国林

    2001-01-01

    混沌神经网络具有全局搜索能力,但其运用至今主要局限于组合优化.通过对普通Hopfield优化网络引入混沌噪声退火过程,提出了一种用于约束非线性全局优化的混沌退火神经网络,它易于实现,原理简明,应用广泛.对很复杂的测试函数的数字试验表明,该模型能够高效、可靠地搜索到全局最优,其性能超过遗传算法GAMAS.%Chaotic neural networks have global searching ability.But their applications are generally confined to combinatorial optimization to date.By introducing chaotic noise annealing process into conventional Hopfield network,this paper proposes a new chaotic annealing neural network (CANN) for global optimization of continuous constrained non-linear programming.It is easy to implement,conceptually simple,and generally applicable.Numerical experiments on severe test functions manifest that CANN is efficient and reliable to search for global optimum and outperforms the existing genetic algorithm GAMAS for the same purpose.

  5. Theoretical Investigations of Chaotic Dynamics

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    1993-10-31

    INVESTIGATIONS OF CHAOTIC DYNAMICS" PROFESSOR JAMES A YORKE CELSO GREBOGI UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND COLLEGE PARK MD 20742-2431 F49620-92-J-0033 I PREFACE This...publication. d. "Evolution of Attractor Boundaries of Two-Dimensional Noninvertible Maps", W. Chin, I. Kan and C. Grebogi , Random & Comp. Dyn. L 349-370...1993). e "How often are chaotic saddles nonhyperbolic?", Y-C. Lai, C. Grebogi , and J. A Yorke, Nonlinearity, 6., 779-797 (1993). f. "A Geometric

  6. Progress in GYRO validation studies of DIII-D H-mode plasmas

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    Holland, C.; Petty, C. C.; Schmitz, L.; Burrell, K. H.; McKee, G. R.; Rhodes, T. L.; Candy, J.

    2012-11-01

    The need for a validated predictive capability of turbulent transport in ITER is now widely recognized. However, to date most validation studies of nonlinear codes such as GYRO (Candy and Waltz 2003 J. Comput. Phys. 186 545) have focused upon low power L-mode discharges, which have significant differences in key dimensionless parameters such as ρ* = ρs/a from more ITER-relevant H-mode discharges. In order to begin addressing this gap, comparisons of the turbulent transport and fluctuations predicted by nonlinear GYRO simulations for a number of DIII-D (Luxon 2002 Nucl. Fusion 42 614) H-mode discharges to power balance analyses and experimental measurements are presented. The results of two H-mode studies are presented in this paper, this first of which investigates the importance of nonlocality at typical DIII-D H-mode ρ* values. Electrostatic global GYRO simulations of H-mode discharges at low and high rotation are shown to predict turbulence and transport levels lower than corresponding local simulations, and which are consistent with or slightly above experimental measurements and power balance analyses, even at ‘near-edge’ radii where gyrofluid and gyrokinetic models systematically underpredict turbulence and transport levels. The second study addresses the stabilizing effect of a significant density of energetic particles on turbulent transport. The results of local GYRO simulations of low-density QH-mode plasmas are presented, which model the fast beam ion population as a separate, dynamic ion species. The simulations show a significant reduction of transport with this fast ion treatment, which helps to understand previously reported results (Holland et al 2011 Phys. Plasmas 18 056113) in which GYRO simulations without this treatment significantly overpredicted (by a factor of 10 or more) power balance calculations. These results are contrasted with simulations of a high-density, low fast ion fraction QH-mode discharge, which predict transport levels

  7. Chaotic Synchronzation System and Electrocardiogram

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    LiuqingPei; XinlaiDai; 等

    1997-01-01

    A mathematical model of chaotic synchronization of the heart-blood flow coupling dynamics is propsed,which is based on a seven dimension nonlinear dynamical system constructed by three subsystems of the sinoatrial node natural pacemaker,the cardiac relaxation oscillator and the dynamics of blood-fluid in heart chambers.The existence and robustness of the self-chaotic synchronization of the system are demonstrated by both methods of theoretical analysis and numerical simulation.The spectrum of Lyapunov exponent,the Lyapunov dimension and the Kolmogorov entropy are estimated when the system was undergoing the state of self-chaotic synchronization evolution.The time waveform of the dynamical variable,which represents the membrane potential of the cardiac integrative cell,shows a shape which is similar to that of the normal electrocardiogram(ECG) of humans,thus implying that the model possesses physiological significance functionally.

  8. Chaotic Terrain

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    2003-01-01

    [figure removed for brevity, see original site] Released 4 June 2003Chaotic terrain on Mars is thought to form when there is a sudden removal of subsurface water or ice, causing the surface material to slump and break into blocks. The chaotic terrain in this THEMIS visible image is confined to a crater just south of Elysium Planitia. It is common to see chaotic terrain in the vicinity of the catastrophic outflow channels on Mars, but the terrain in this image is on the opposite side of the planet from these channels, making it somewhat of an oddity.Image information: VIS instrument. Latitude -5.9, Longitude 108.1 East (251.9 West). 19 meter/pixel resolution.Note: this THEMIS visual image has not been radiometrically nor geometrically calibrated for this preliminary release. An empirical correction has been performed to remove instrumental effects. A linear shift has been applied in the cross-track and down-track direction to approximate spacecraft and planetary motion. Fully calibrated and geometrically projected images will be released through the Planetary Data System in accordance with Project policies at a later time.NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory manages the 2001 Mars Odyssey mission for NASA's Office of Space Science, Washington, D.C. The Thermal Emission Imaging System (THEMIS) was developed by Arizona State University, Tempe, in collaboration with Raytheon Santa Barbara Remote Sensing. The THEMIS investigation is led by Dr. Philip Christensen at Arizona State University. Lockheed Martin Astronautics, Denver, is the prime contractor for the Odyssey project, and developed and built the orbiter. Mission operations are conducted jointly from Lockheed Martin and from JPL, a division of the California Institute of Technology in Pasadena.

  9. Control of Chaotic Regimes in Encryption Algorithm Based on Dynamic Chaos

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    Sidorenko, V.; Mulyarchik, K. S.

    2013-01-01

    Chaotic regime of a dynamic system is a necessary condition determining cryptographic security of an encryption algorithm. A chaotic dynamic regime control method is proposed which uses parameters of nonlinear dynamics regime for an analysis of encrypted data.

  10. Design studies of the Ku-band, wide-band Gyro-TWT amplifier

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    Jung, Sang Wook; Lee, Han Seul; Jang, Kwong Ho; Choi, Jin Joo; Hong, Yong Jun; Shin, Jin Woo; So, Jun Ho; Won, Jong Hyo

    2014-02-01

    This paper reports a Ku-band, wide band Gyrotron-Traveling-wave-tube(Gyro-TWT) that is currently being developed at Kwangwoon University. The Gyro-TWT has a two stage linear tapered interaction circuit to obtain a wide operating bandwidth. The linearly-tapered interaction circuit and nonlinearly-tapered magnetic field gives the Gyro-TWT a wide operating bandwidth. The Gyro-TWT bandwidth is 23%. The 2d-Particle-in-cell(PIC) and MAGIC2d code simulation results are 17.3 dB and 24.34 kW, respectively for the maximum saturated output power. A double anode MIG was simulated with E-Gun code. The results were 0.7 for the transvers to the axial beam velocity ratio (=alpha) and a 2.3% axial velocity spread at 50 kV and 4 A. A magnetic field profile simulation was performed by using the Poisson code to obtain the grazing magnetic field of the entire interaction circuit with Poisson code.

  11. Chaotic Motion of Corrugated Circular Plates

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    2007-01-01

    Large deflection theory of thin anisotropic circular plates was used to analyze the bifurcation behavior and chaotic phenomena of a corrugated thin circular plate with combined transverse periodic excitation and an in-plane static boundary load. The nonlinear dynamic equation for the corrugated plate was derived by employing Galerkin's technique. The critical conditions for occurrence of the homoclinic and subharmonic bifurcations as well as chaos were studied theoretically using the Melnikov function method. The chaotic motion was also simulated numerically using Maple, with the Poincaré map and phase curve used to evaluate when chaotic motion appears. The results indicate some chaotic motion in the corrugated plate. The method is directly applicable to chaotic analysis of an isotropic circular plate.

  12. Fault tolerant synchronization of chaotic heavy symmetric gyroscope systems versus external disturbances via Lyapunov rule-based fuzzy control.

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    Farivar, Faezeh; Shoorehdeli, Mahdi Aliyari

    2012-01-01

    In this paper, fault tolerant synchronization of chaotic gyroscope systems versus external disturbances via Lyapunov rule-based fuzzy control is investigated. Taking the general nature of faults in the slave system into account, a new synchronization scheme, namely, fault tolerant synchronization, is proposed, by which the synchronization can be achieved no matter whether the faults and disturbances occur or not. By making use of a slave observer and a Lyapunov rule-based fuzzy control, fault tolerant synchronization can be achieved. Two techniques are considered as control methods: classic Lyapunov-based control and Lyapunov rule-based fuzzy control. On the basis of Lyapunov stability theory and fuzzy rules, the nonlinear controller and some generic sufficient conditions for global asymptotic synchronization are obtained. The fuzzy rules are directly constructed subject to a common Lyapunov function such that the error dynamics of two identical chaotic motions of symmetric gyros satisfy stability in the Lyapunov sense. Two proposed methods are compared. The Lyapunov rule-based fuzzy control can compensate for the actuator faults and disturbances occurring in the slave system. Numerical simulation results demonstrate the validity and feasibility of the proposed method for fault tolerant synchronization.

  13. Tracking control of chaotic dynamical systems with feedback linearization

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    QI Dong-lian; MA Guo-jin

    2005-01-01

    A new method was proposed for tracking the desired output of chaotic dynamical system using the feedback linearization and nonlinear extended statement observer method. The feedback linearization was used to convert the nonlinear chaotic system into linear system. The extended Luenberger-like statements observer was designed to reconstructing and observing the unmeasured statements when the tracking controller was designed. By this way, the chaotic system could be forced to track variable desired output, which could be a time variant function or an equilibrium points.Taken the Lorenz chaotic system as example, the simulation results show the validity of the conclusion and effectiveness of the algorithm.

  14. Dynamics of Transiently Chaotic Neural Network and Its Application to Optimization

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    YANG Li-Jiang; CHEN Tian-Lun; HUANG Wu-Qun

    2001-01-01

    Through adding a nonlinear self-feedback term in the evolution equations of neural network, we introduced a transiently chaotic neural network model. In order to utilize the transiently chaotic dynamics mechanism in optimization problem efficiently, we have analyzed the dynamical procedure of the transiently chaotic neural network rnodel and studied the function of the crucial bifurcation parameter which governs the chaotic behavior of the system. Based on the dynamical analysis of the transiently chaotic neural network model, chaotic annealing algorithm is also examined and improved. As an example, we applied chaotic annealing method to the traveling salesman problem and obtained good results.``

  15. Output Regulation of the Arneodo Chaotic System

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    Sundarapandian Vaidyanathan

    2010-08-01

    Full Text Available This paper solves the problem of regulating the output of the Arneodo chaotic system (1981, which is one of the paradigms of chaotic dynamical systems. Explicitly, using the state feedback control laws, the output of the Arneodo chaotic system is regulated so as to track constant reference signals as well as to track periodic reference signals. The control laws are derived using the regulator equations of Byrnes and Isidori (1990, which provide the solution of the output regulation problem for nonlinear control systems involving neutrally stable exosystem dynamics. Numerical results are shown to verify the results.

  16. The Coupling Characteristic Investigation of Double-Gimbal Magnetically Suspended Control Moment Gyro Used on Agile Maneuver Spacecraft

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    Peiling Cui

    2015-01-01

    Full Text Available Double-gimbal magnetically suspended CMG is a novel attitude control actuator for the agile maneuver spacecraft. Taking the double-gimbal magnetically suspended control moment gyro used on agile maneuver spacecraft as the research object, the dynamic model of the magnetically suspended rotor, the inner gimbal, and the outer gimbal of double-gimbal magnetically suspended control moment gyro is built. The nonlinear coupling characteristic between the rotor, the gimbal, and the spacecraft is given. It can be seen that the motion of magnetically suspended rotor does not only rely on magnetic bearing force but also suffer from the influence of gimbal servo system and spacecraft motion. The coupling torque includes the gyro coupling torque and the inertial coupling torque. The work in this paper provides the foundation for further studies.

  17. Solid-state ring laser gyro behaving like its helium-neon counterpart at low rotation rates.

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    Schwartz, Sylvain; Gutty, François; Feugnet, Gilles; Loil, Eric; Pocholle, Jean-Paul

    2009-12-15

    Nonlinear couplings induced by crystal diffusion and spatial inhomogeneities of the gain have been suppressed over a broad range of angular velocities in a solid-state ring laser gyro by vibrating the gain crystal at 168 kHz and 0.4 microm along the laser cavity axis. This device behaves in the same way as a typical helium-neon ring laser gyro, with a zone of frequency lock-in (or dead band) resulting from the backscattering of light on the cavity mirrors. Furthermore, it is shown that the level of angular random-walk noise in the presence of mechanical dithering depends only on the quality of the cavity mirrors, as is the case with typical helium-neon ring laser gyros.

  18. Chaotic Patterns in Aeroelastic Signals

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    F. D. Marques

    2009-01-01

    patterns. With the reconstructed state spaces, qualitative analyses may be done, and the attractors evolutions with parametric variation are presented. Overall results reveal complex system dynamics associated with highly separated flow effects together with nonlinear coupling between aeroelastic modes. Bifurcations to the nonlinear aeroelastic system are observed for two investigations, that is, considering oscillations-induced aeroelastic evolutions with varying freestream speed, and aeroelastic evolutions at constant freestream speed and varying oscillations. Finally, Lyapunov exponent calculation is proceeded in order to infer on chaotic behavior. Poincaré mappings also suggest bifurcations and chaos, reinforced by the attainment of maximum positive Lyapunov exponents.

  19. New Understanding of Hubble Space Telescope Gyro Current Increase Led to a Method to Save a Failing Gyro

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    Blumenstock, Kenneth A.

    2017-01-01

    Throughout the history of the Hubble Space Telescope (HST) program, gyro current increases have been observed to occur, oftentimes leading to gyro failure. The explanation was that debris from the surfaces of the gas bearings, with only 50 millionths on an inch clearance, resulted in rotor restriction, which increased friction, torque, and current. However, the rotor restriction theory never could account for the fact that a restart of the gyro would restore the current back to nominal. An effort was made to understand this puzzling gyro behavior after two HST gyros exhibited increased current within the same week in November 2015. A review board was created to resolve these anomalies and generate operational procedures to potentially extend gyro life.

  20. Searching of Chaotic Elements in Hydrology

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    Sorin VLAD

    2014-03-01

    Full Text Available Chaos theory offers new means of understanding and prediction of phenomena otherwise considered random and unpredictable. The signatures of chaos can be isolated by performing nonlinear analysis of the time series available. The paper presents the results obtained by conducting a nonlinear analysis of the time series of daily Siret river flow (located in the North-Eastern part of Romania. The time series analysis is recorded starting with January 1999 to July 2009. The attractor is embedded in the reconstructed phase space then the chaotic dynamics is revealed computing the chaotic invariants - correlation dimension and the maximum Lyapunov Exponent.

  1. Chaotic Motion Of A Two-Link Planar Mechanism

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    Lokshin, Anatoly; Zak, Michail A.

    1989-01-01

    Report discusses global instability in orbital motion of two-link planar mechanism. Principal objective, contributes to understanding of chaotic motions in robot manipulators and other deterministic mechanical systems. Discussion begins with brief review of previous studies of chaotic motion and introduces notion of orbital instability in nonlinear systems. Introduces geometric approach useful in representation of orbital instability.

  2. Chaotic Feature in the Light Curve of 3C 273

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    Lei Liu

    2006-01-01

    Some nonlinear dynamical techniques, including state-space reconstruction and correlation integral, are used to analyze the light curve of 3C 273. The result is compared with a chaotic model. The similarities between them suggest there is a low-dimension chaotic attractor in the light curve of 3C 273.

  3. High-efficiency wideband gyro-TWTs and gyro-BWOs with helically corrugated waveguides

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    Bratman, V. L.; Denisov, G. G.; Samsonov, S. V.; Cross, A. W.; Phelps, A. D. R.; Xe, W.

    2007-02-01

    We review the studies of gyrotron-type microwave devices whose electrodynamic system has the form of an oversized metal waveguide with a helically corrugated internal surface. For certain parameters, such a corrugation changes radically the waveguide dispersion ensuring an almost constant group velocity of the eigenmode for a small (close to zero) longitudinal wave number in a wide frequency band. The use of “helical” waveguides along with electron optical systems which form near-axis electron beams makes it possible to create high-efficiency amplifiers based on gyro-traveling-wave tubes (gyro-TWTs) with a wide instantaneous frequency band of amplification and gyro-backward-wave oscillators (gyro-BWOs) with continuous wideband tuning of the oscillation frequency. The studied devices are superior to the well-studied microwave sources of this type (gyroklystrons and gyrotrons) in frequency band, by more than an order of magnitude, and are not inferior to them in efficiency even for a wide spread of electron velocities.

  4. Chaotic He-Ne laser

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    Kuusela, Tom A.

    2017-09-01

    A He-Ne laser is an example of a class A laser, which can be described by a single nonlinear differential equation of the complex electric field. This laser system has only one degree of freedom and is thus inherently stable. A He-Ne laser can be driven to the chaotic condition when a large fraction of the output beam is injected back to the laser. In practice, this can be done simply by adding an external mirror. In this situation, the laser system has infinite degrees of freedom and therefore it can have a chaotic attractor. We show the fundamental laser equations and perform elementary stability analysis. In experiments, the laser intensity variations are measured by a simple photodiode circuit. The laser output intensity time series is studied using nonlinear analysis tools which can be found freely on the internet. The results show that the laser system with feedback has an attractor of a reasonably high dimension and that the maximal Lyapunov exponent is positive, which is clear evidence of chaotic behaviour. The experimental setup and analysis steps are so simple that the studies can even be implemented in the undergraduate physics laboratory.

  5. Analysis of the broadband chaotic spin-wave excitations in an active ring oscillator based on a metalized ferrite film

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    Kondrashov, A. V.; Ustinov, A. B.; Kalinikos, B. A.; Demokritov, S. O.

    2016-11-01

    This paper reports the first experimental study of broadband chaotic nonlinear spin- wave excitations which is formed through development of four-wave parametric processes in active ring oscillator based on metallized ferrite film. We find that an increase in the oscillation power leads to Hopf bifurcations sequence. Monochromatic, periodic quasi-periodic and chaotic excitations are observed. Spectra of the chaotic excitations consist of series of chaotic bands separated well in frequency. Parameters of the chaotic attractors are discussed.

  6. Chaotic attractor transforming control of hybrid Lorenz-Chen system

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    Qi Dong-Lian; Wang Qiao; Gu Hong

    2008-01-01

    Based on passive theory, this paper studies a hybrid chaotic dynamical system from the mathematics perspective to implement the control of system stabilization.According to the Jacobian matrix of the nonlinear system, the stabilization control region is gotten.The controller is designed to stabilize fast the minimum phase Lorenz-Chen chaotic system after equivalently transforming from chaotic system to passive system. The simulation results show that the system not only can be controlled at the different equilibria, but also can be transformed between the different chaotic attractors.

  7. Research on mobile robot navigation based on gyro

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    2010-01-01

    <正>A kind of mobile robot navigation system based on Silicon gyro was designed in this paper.First,full-field emplacement theory was discussed.Second,using TMS320F2812 DSP and CRS03 sensor,useful signal was extracted by signal conditioning circuit.Finally,the location of mobile robot was confirmed through digital filtering and gyro date processing.

  8. A minimum principle for chaotic dynamical systems

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    Bracken, Paul; Góra, Paweł; Boyarsky, Abraham

    2002-06-01

    Discrete time dynamical systems generated by the iteration of nonlinear maps, such as the logistic map or the tent map, provide interesting examples of chaotic systems. But what is the physical principle behind the emergence of these maps? In the continuous time settings, differential equations of mechanics arise from the minimization of the energy function (Hamiltonian). However, there is no general physical principle for the discrete time analogue of differential equations, namely, maps. In this note, we present an approach to this problem. Using a natural definition of energy for chaotic systems, we minimize energy subject to the constraint that the observed dynamical system has a known entropy. We consider the case where the natural invariant measure is Lebesgue. Invoking the Euler-Lagrange equation, we derive a nonlinear second order differential equation whose solution is the chaotic map that minimizes energy.

  9. Extracting periodic driving signal from chaotic noise

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    MU Jing; TAO Chao; DU Gonghuan

    2003-01-01

    After periodic signals pass through some nonlinear systems, they are usually transformed into noise-like and wide-band chaotic signals. The discrete spectrums of the original periodic signals are often covered by the chaotic spectrums. Recovering the periodic driving signals from the chaotic signals is important not only in theory but also in practical applications. Based on the modeling theory of nonlinear dynamic system, a "polynomial-simple harmonic drive" non-autonomous equation (P-S equation) to approximate the original system is proposed and the approximation error between P-S equation and the original system is obtained. By changing the drive frequency, we obtain the curve of the approximation error vs. drive frequency. Based on the relation between this curve and the spectrums of the original periodic signals, the spectrum of the original driving signal is extracted and the original signal is recovered.

  10. IDENTIFICATION OF GYRO DRIFTS UNDER THREE AXIS ATTITUDE COUPLING

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    1998-01-01

    Optical gyros and star sensors are primary measurement hardware in an attitude control system with high accuracy.The drifts of the optical gyros, however, make an unfavorable impact on the accuracy of the attitude control system.In order for compensations to be provided, this paper presents a least-square method to identify the optical gyro drifts by using flight attitude data from the star sensors and the optical gyros.Equations for identification are formulated by quaternion.Integration of the identification equations and the data from the star sensors are utilized to form a least-square index, in which lower sampling frequency of the star sensors than that of the optical gyros is dealt with effectively.An iterative identification algorithm is presented to minimize the index.Identification procedure under three-axis attitude coupling is illustrated .Simulation results show the effectiveness of the method presented.Proper sample size and sampling frequency are also recommended.

  11. Benchmarking of the Gyrokinetic Microstability Codes GYRO, GS2, and GEM

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    Bravenec, Ronald; Chen, Yang; Wan, Weigang; Parker, Scott; Candy, Jeff; Barnes, Michael; Howard, Nathan; Holland, Christopher; Wang, Eric

    2012-10-01

    The physics capabilities of modern gyrokinetic microstability codes are now so extensive that they cannot be verified fully for realistic tokamak plasmas using purely analytic approaches. Instead, verification (demonstrating that the codes correctly solve the gyrokinetic-Maxwell equations) must rely on benchmarking (comparing code results for identical plasmas and physics). Benchmarking exercises for a low-power DIII-D discharge at the mid-radius have been presented recently for the Eulerian codes GYRO and GS2 [R.V. Bravenec, J. Candy, M. Barnes, C. Holland, Phys. Plasmas 18, 122505 (2011)]. This work omitted ExB flow shear, but we include it here. We also present GYRO/GS2 comparisons for a high-power Alcator C-Mod discharge. To add further confidence to the verification exercises, we have recently added the particle-in-cell (PIC) code GEM to the efforts. We find good agreement of linear frequencies between GEM and GYRO/GS2 for the DIII-D plasma. We also present preliminary nonlinear comparisons. This benchmarking includes electromagnetic effects, plasma shaping, kinetic electrons and one impurity. In addition, we compare linear results among the three codes for the steep-gradient edge region of a DIII-D plasma between edge-localized modes.

  12. Genetic programming-based chaotic time series modeling

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    张伟; 吴智铭; 杨根科

    2004-01-01

    This paper proposes a Genetic Programming-Based Modeling (GPM) algorithm on chaotic time series. GP is used here to search for appropriate model structures in function space, and the Particle Swarm Optimization (PSO) algorithm is used for Nonlinear Parameter Estimation (NPE) of dynamic model structures. In addition, GPM integrates the results of Nonlinear Time Series Analysis (NTSA) to adjust the parameters and takes them as the criteria of established models. Experiments showed the effectiveness of such improvements on chaotic time series modeling.

  13. Comportamiento no lineal y caótico en una bomba centrífuga operando en estado de cavitación//Nonlinear and chaotic behavior in a centrifugal pump operating in state of cavitation

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    Juan E. Álvarez Naranjo

    2015-05-01

    Full Text Available Mejorar la precisión en el diagnóstico y pronóstico del mantenimiento industrial ha sido una tarea de constante investigación debido a la necesidad de preservar el continuo funcionamiento de las máquinas de producción. En el presentetrabajo se estudió la bomba centrífuga en estado de cavitación. Se construyó un banco de pruebas y mediante obstrucción del fluido hacia el rodete del equipo por medio de la válvula de succión, se registraron las señales temporales mediante un acelerómetro. Posteriormente, se empleó un estudio no lineal y caótico para representar la geometría en el espacio de fases y su validación se realizó con el registro de datos de la bomba centrífuga operando sin cavitación y con máxima eficiencia. Los resultados mostraron que la dinámica del sistema actúa de forma no lineal y caótica, representado el fenómeno de cavitación con una geometría característica.Palabras claves: bomba centrífuga, cavitación, caos, dinámica no lineal, espacio de fases, serie temporal.______________________________________________________________________________AbstractImproving accuracy in the diagnosis and prognosis of industrial maintenance has been a constant task of research to preserve the continuous operation of machines. Today is necessary to improve this technique for avoiding reductionism that the traditional linear techniques employ. In this paper it is studied the centrifugal pump cavitation state. To simulate the phenomenon, a test bed is constructed and the fluid is blocked toward the impeller of pump by the suction valve, the time signals were recorded using an accelerometer. Subsequently, a chaotic nonlinear study was used to represent the geometry in the phase space and validation was performed with the data recording operation of the centrifugal pump without cavitation and with maximum efficiency. The results showed that the system dynamics is non-linear and chaotic, and the cavitation is represented

  14. CHAOTIC GROUP ACTIONS

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    ShiEnhui; ZhouLizhen; ZhouYoucheng

    2003-01-01

    It is proved that there is no chaotic group actions on any topological space with free arc.In this paper the chaotic actions of the group like G×F,where F is a finite group,are studied.In particular,under a suitable assumption ,if F is a cyclic group,then the topological space which admits a chaotic action of Z×F must admit a chatotic homeomorphism.A topological space which admits a chaotic group action but admits no chaotic horneomorphism is constructed.

  15. Design of Threshold Controller Based Chaotic Circuits

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    Mohamed, I. Raja; Murali, K.; Sinha, Sudeshna

    2010-01-01

    We propose a very simple implementation of a second-order nonautonomous chaotic oscillator, using a threshold controller as the only source of nonlinearity. We demonstrate the efficacy and simplicity of our design through numerical and experimental results. Further, we show that this approach of ...

  16. Quantum noise-induced chaotic oscillations

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    Bag, Bidhan Chandra; Ray, Deb Shankar

    1999-01-01

    We examine the weak quantum noise limit of Wigner equation for phase space distribution functions. It has been shown that the leading order quantum noise described in terms of an auxiliary Hamiltonian manifests itself as an additional fluctuational degree of freedom which may induce chaotic and regular oscillations in a nonlinear oscillator.

  17. Quantum noise-induced chaotic oscillations

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    Bag, B C; Bag, Bidhan Chandra; Ray, Deb Shankar

    1999-01-01

    We examine the weak quantum noise limit of Wigner equation for phase space distribution functions. It has been shown that the leading order quantum noise described in terms of an auxilliary Hamiltonian manifests itself as an additional fluctuational degree of freedom which may induce chaotic and regular oscillations in a nonlinear oscillator.

  18. Autonomous third-order duffing-holmes type chaotic oscillator

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    Lindberg, Erik; Tamaseviciute, E; Mykolaitis, G

    2009-01-01

    A novel Duffing-Holmes type autonomous chaotic oscillator is described. In comparison with the well-known nonautonomous Duffing-Holmes circuit it lacks the external periodic drive, but includes two extra linear feedback subcircuits, namely a direct positive feedback loop, and an inertial negative...... feedback loop. In contrast to many other autonomous chaotic oscillators, including linear unstable resonators and nonlinear damping loops, the novel circuit is based on nonlinear resonator and linear damping loop in the negative feedback. SPICE simulation and hardware experimental investigations...... are presented. The Lyapunov exponents calculated from the rate equations confirm dynamical nature of chaotic oscillations....

  19. Nonlinear Hamiltonian systems

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    Jørgensen, Michael Finn

    1995-01-01

    It is generally very difficult to solve nonlinear systems, and such systems often possess chaotic solutions. In the rare event that a system is completely solvable, it is said to integrable. Such systems never have chaotic solutions. Using the Inverse Scattering Transform Method (ISTM) two...

  20. Error Model and Compensation of Bell-Shaped Vibratory Gyro

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    Zhong Su

    2015-09-01

    Full Text Available A bell-shaped vibratory angular velocity gyro (BVG, inspired by the Chinese traditional bell, is a type of axisymmetric shell resonator gyroscope. This paper focuses on development of an error model and compensation of the BVG. A dynamic equation is firstly established, based on a study of the BVG working mechanism. This equation is then used to evaluate the relationship between the angular rate output signal and bell-shaped resonator character, analyze the influence of the main error sources and set up an error model for the BVG. The error sources are classified from the error propagation characteristics, and the compensation method is presented based on the error model. Finally, using the error model and compensation method, the BVG is calibrated experimentally including rough compensation, temperature and bias compensation, scale factor compensation and noise filter. The experimentally obtained bias instability is from 20.5°/h to 4.7°/h, the random walk is from 2.8°/h1/2 to 0.7°/h1/2 and the nonlinearity is from 0.2% to 0.03%. Based on the error compensation, it is shown that there is a good linear relationship between the sensing signal and the angular velocity, suggesting that the BVG is a good candidate for the field of low and medium rotational speed measurement.

  1. Chaotic motifs in gene regulatory networks.

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    Zhang, Zhaoyang; Ye, Weiming; Qian, Yu; Zheng, Zhigang; Huang, Xuhui; Hu, Gang

    2012-01-01

    Chaos should occur often in gene regulatory networks (GRNs) which have been widely described by nonlinear coupled ordinary differential equations, if their dimensions are no less than 3. It is therefore puzzling that chaos has never been reported in GRNs in nature and is also extremely rare in models of GRNs. On the other hand, the topic of motifs has attracted great attention in studying biological networks, and network motifs are suggested to be elementary building blocks that carry out some key functions in the network. In this paper, chaotic motifs (subnetworks with chaos) in GRNs are systematically investigated. The conclusion is that: (i) chaos can only appear through competitions between different oscillatory modes with rivaling intensities. Conditions required for chaotic GRNs are found to be very strict, which make chaotic GRNs extremely rare. (ii) Chaotic motifs are explored as the simplest few-node structures capable of producing chaos, and serve as the intrinsic source of chaos of random few-node GRNs. Several optimal motifs causing chaos with atypically high probability are figured out. (iii) Moreover, we discovered that a number of special oscillators can never produce chaos. These structures bring some advantages on rhythmic functions and may help us understand the robustness of diverse biological rhythms. (iv) The methods of dominant phase-advanced driving (DPAD) and DPAD time fraction are proposed to quantitatively identify chaotic motifs and to explain the origin of chaotic behaviors in GRNs.

  2. New developments in classical chaotic scattering.

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    Seoane, Jesús M; Sanjuán, Miguel A F

    2013-01-01

    Classical chaotic scattering is a topic of fundamental interest in nonlinear physics due to the numerous existing applications in fields such as celestial mechanics, atomic and nuclear physics and fluid mechanics, among others. Many new advances in chaotic scattering have been achieved in the last few decades. This work provides a current overview of the field, where our attention has been mainly focused on the most important contributions related to the theoretical framework of chaotic scattering, the fractal dimension, the basins boundaries and new applications, among others. Numerical techniques and algorithms, as well as analytical tools used for its analysis, are also included. We also show some of the experimental setups that have been implemented to study diverse manifestations of chaotic scattering. Furthermore, new theoretical aspects such as the study of this phenomenon in time-dependent systems, different transitions and bifurcations to chaotic scattering and a classification of boundaries in different types according to symbolic dynamics are also shown. Finally, some recent progress on chaotic scattering in higher dimensions is also described.

  3. Calibration of Gyros with Temperature Dependent Scale Factors

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    Belur, Sheela V.; Harman, Richard

    2001-01-01

    The general problem of gyro calibration can be stated as the estimation of the scale factors, misalignments, and drift-rate biases of the gyro using the on-orbit sensor measurements. These gyro parameters have been traditionally treated as temperature-independent in the operational flight dynamics ground systems at NASA Goddard Space Flight Center (GSFC), a scenario which has been successfully applied in the gyro calibration of a large number of missions. A significant departure from this is the Microwave Anisotropy Probe (MAP) mission where, due to the high thermal variations expected during the mission phase, it is necessary to model the scale factors as functions of temperature. This paper addresses the issue of gyro calibration for the MAP gyro model using a manufacturer-supplied model of the variation of scale factors with temperature. The problem is formulated as a least squares problem and solved using the Levenberg-Marquardt algorithm in the MATLAB(R) library function NLSQ. The algorithm was tested on simulated data with Gaussian noise for the quaternions as well as the gyro rates and was found to consistently converge close to the true values. Significant improvement in accuracy was noticed due to the estimation of the temperature-dependent scale factors as against constant scale factors.

  4. Performance analysis of GYRO: a tool evaluation

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    The performance of the Eulerian gyrokinetic-Maxwell solver code GYRO is analyzed on five high performance computing systems. First, a manual approach is taken, using custom scripts to analyze the output of embedded wallclock timers, floating point operation counts collected using hardware performance counters, and traces of user and communication events collected using the profiling interface to Message Passing Interface (MPI) libraries. Parts of the analysis are then repeated or extended using a number of sophisticated performance analysis tools: IPM, KOJAK, SvPablo, TAU, and the PMaC modeling tool suite. The paper briefly discusses what has been discovered via this manual analysis process, what performance analyses are inconvenient or infeasible to attempt manually, and to what extent the tools show promise in accelerating or significantly extending the manual performance analyses.

  5. Performance Analysis of GYRO: A Tool Evaluation

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    Worley, P.; Roth, P.; Candy, J.; Shan, Hongzhang; Mahinthakumar,G.; Sreepathi, S.; Carrington, L.; Kaiser, T.; Snavely, A.; Reed, D.; Zhang, Y.; Huck, K.; Malony, A.; Shende, S.; Moore, S.; Wolf, F.

    2005-06-26

    The performance of the Eulerian gyrokinetic-Maxwell solver code GYRO is analyzed on five high performance computing systems. First, a manual approach is taken, using custom scripts to analyze the output of embedded wall clock timers, floating point operation counts collected using hardware performance counters, and traces of user and communication events collected using the profiling interface to Message Passing Interface (MPI) libraries. Parts of the analysis are then repeated or extended using a number of sophisticated performance analysis tools: IPM, KOJAK, SvPablo, TAU, and the PMaC modeling tool suite. The paper briefly discusses what has been discovered via this manual analysis process, what performance analyses are inconvenient or infeasible to attempt manually, and to what extent the tools show promise in accelerating or significantly extending the manual performance analyses.

  6. Open-loop experiments of resonator micro-optic gyro

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    ZHANG Xu-lin; ZHOU Ke-jiang

    2009-01-01

    An open-loop resonator micro-optic gyro (R-MOG) with a 6 cm-long waveguide-type ring resonator is set up using the phase modulation spectroscopy technique. In the experiment, according to the test parameters of the resonator, the shot-noise-limited sensitivity is estimated to be 1.07×10-4 rad/s. From the test demodulation signal, the gyro dynamic range of ±7.0×103 rad/s is obtained. Using different phase modulation frequencies, the open-loop gyro output signal is observed when the equivalent gyro rotation is applied to the aconstic-optical modulators (AOMs). The sensitivity of the R-MOG can be increased by some countermeasures against system noise.

  7. Implementation of an integrated op-amp based chaotic neuron model and observation of its chaotic dynamics.

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    Jung, Jinwoo; Lee, Jewon; Song, Hanjung

    2011-03-01

    This paper presents a fully integrated circuit implementation of an operational amplifier (op-amp) based chaotic neuron model with a bipolar output function, experimental measurements, and analyses of its chaotic behavior. The proposed chaotic neuron model integrated circuit consists of several op-amps, sample and hold circuits, a nonlinear function block for chaotic signal generation, a clock generator, a nonlinear output function, etc. Based on the HSPICE (circuit program) simulation results, approximated empirical equations for analyses were formulated. Then, the chaotic dynamical responses such as bifurcation diagrams, time series, and Lyapunov exponent were calculated using these empirical equations. In addition, we performed simulations about two chaotic neuron systems with four synapses to confirm neural network connections and got normal behavior of the chaotic neuron such as internal state bifurcation diagram according to the synaptic weight variation. The proposed circuit was fabricated using a 0.8-μm single poly complementary metal-oxide semiconductor technology. Measurements of the fabricated single chaotic neuron with ± 2.5 V power supplies and a 10 kHz sampling clock frequency were carried out and compared with the simulated results.

  8. Synchronization of chaotic systems with different order.

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    Femat, Ricardo; Solís-Perales, Gualberto

    2002-03-01

    The chaotic synchronization of third-order systems and second-order driven oscillator is studied in this paper. Such a problem is related to synchronization of strictly different chaotic systems. We show that dynamical evolution of second-order driven oscillators can be synchronized with the canonical projection of a third-order chaotic system. In this sense, it is said that synchronization is achieved in reduced order. Duffing equation is chosen as slave system whereas Chua oscillator is defined as master system. The synchronization scheme has nonlinear feedback structure. The reduced-order synchronization is attained in a practical sense, i.e., the difference e=x(3)-x(1)(') is close to zero for all time t> or =t(0)> or =0, where t(0) denotes the time of the control activation.

  9. Controlled transitions between cupolets of chaotic systems

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    Morena, Matthew A., E-mail: matthew.morena@wildcats.unh.edu; Short, Kevin M.; Cooke, Erica E. [Integrated Applied Mathematics Program, University of New Hampshire, Durham, New Hampshire 03824 (United States)

    2014-03-15

    We present an efficient control scheme that stabilizes the unstable periodic orbits of a chaotic system. The resulting orbits are known as cupolets and collectively provide an important skeleton for the dynamical system. Cupolets exhibit the interesting property that a given sequence of controls will uniquely identify a cupolet, regardless of the system's initial state. This makes it possible to transition between cupolets, and thus unstable periodic orbits, simply by switching control sequences. We demonstrate that although these transitions require minimal controls, they may also involve significant chaotic transients unless carefully controlled. As a result, we present an effective technique that relies on Dijkstra's shortest path algorithm from algebraic graph theory to minimize the transients and also to induce certainty into the control of nonlinear systems, effectively providing an efficient algorithm for the steering and targeting of chaotic systems.

  10. Controlled transitions between cupolets of chaotic systems.

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    Morena, Matthew A; Short, Kevin M; Cooke, Erica E

    2014-03-01

    We present an efficient control scheme that stabilizes the unstable periodic orbits of a chaotic system. The resulting orbits are known as cupolets and collectively provide an important skeleton for the dynamical system. Cupolets exhibit the interesting property that a given sequence of controls will uniquely identify a cupolet, regardless of the system's initial state. This makes it possible to transition between cupolets, and thus unstable periodic orbits, simply by switching control sequences. We demonstrate that although these transitions require minimal controls, they may also involve significant chaotic transients unless carefully controlled. As a result, we present an effective technique that relies on Dijkstra's shortest path algorithm from algebraic graph theory to minimize the transients and also to induce certainty into the control of nonlinear systems, effectively providing an efficient algorithm for the steering and targeting of chaotic systems.

  11. Chaotic Turing pattern formation in spatiotemporal systems

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    XIAO Jing-hua; LI Hai-hong; YANG Jun-zhong; HU Gang

    2006-01-01

    The problem of Turing pattern formation has attracted much attention in nonlinear science as well as physics,chemistry and biology.So far spatially ordered Turing patterns have been observed in stationary and oscillatory media only.In this paper we find that spatially ordered Turing patterns exist in chaotic extended systems.And chaotic Turing patterns are strikingly rich and surprisingly beautiful with their space structures.These findings are in sharp contrast with the intuition of pseudo-randomness of chaos.The richness and beauty of the chaotic Turing patterns are attributed to a large variety of symmetry properties realized by various types of self-organizations of partial chaos synchronizations.

  12. Ion gyro-harmonic structuring in the stimulated radiation spectrum and optical emissions during electron gyro-harmonic heating

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    Mahmoudian, A.; Scales, W. A.; Bernhardt, P. A.; Samimi, A.; Kendall, E.; Ruohoniemi, J. M.; Isham, B.; Vega-Cancel, O.; Bordikar, M.

    2013-03-01

    Stimulated electromagnetic emissions (SEEs) are secondary radiation produced during active space experiments in which the ionosphere is actively heated with high power high frequency (HF) ground-based radio transmitters. Recently, there has been significant interest in ion gyro-harmonic structuring the SEE spectrum due to the potential for new diagnostic information available such as electron acceleration and creation of artificial ionization layers. These relatively recently discovered gyro-harmonic spectral features have almost exclusively been studied when the transmitting frequency is near the second electron gyro-harmonic frequency. The first extensive systematic experimental investigations of the possibility of these spectral features for third electron gyro-harmonic heating are provided here. Discrete spectral features shifted from the transmit frequency ordered by harmonics of the ion gyro-frequency were observed for third electron gyro-harmonic heating for the first time at a recent campaign at the High Frequency Active Auroral Research Program (HAARP) facility. These features were also closely correlated with a broader band feature at a larger frequency shift from the transmit frequency known as the downshifted peak (DP). The power threshold of these spectral features was measured, as well as their behavior with heater beam angle, and proximity of the transmit frequency to the third electron gyro-harmonic frequency. Comparisons were also made with similar spectral features observed during second electron gyro-harmonic heating during the same campaign. A theoretical model is provided that interprets these spectral features as resulting from parametric decay instabilities in which the pump field ultimately decays into high frequency upper hybrid/electron Bernstein and low frequency neutralized ion Bernstein IB and/or obliquely propagating ion acoustic waves at the upper hybrid interaction altitude. Coordinated optical and SEE observations were carried out

  13. Synchronization, non-linear dynamics and low-frequency fluctuations: analogy between spontaneous brain activity and networked single-transistor chaotic oscillators.

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    Minati, Ludovico; Chiesa, Pietro; Tabarelli, Davide; D'Incerti, Ludovico; Jovicich, Jorge

    2015-03-01

    In this paper, the topographical relationship between functional connectivity (intended as inter-regional synchronization), spectral and non-linear dynamical properties across cortical areas of the healthy human brain is considered. Based upon functional MRI acquisitions of spontaneous activity during wakeful idleness, node degree maps are determined by thresholding the temporal correlation coefficient among all voxel pairs. In addition, for individual voxel time-series, the relative amplitude of low-frequency fluctuations and the correlation dimension (D2), determined with respect to Fourier amplitude and value distribution matched surrogate data, are measured. Across cortical areas, high node degree is associated with a shift towards lower frequency activity and, compared to surrogate data, clearer saturation to a lower correlation dimension, suggesting presence of non-linear structure. An attempt to recapitulate this relationship in a network of single-transistor oscillators is made, based on a diffusive ring (n = 90) with added long-distance links defining four extended hub regions. Similarly to the brain data, it is found that oscillators in the hub regions generate signals with larger low-frequency cycle amplitude fluctuations and clearer saturation to a lower correlation dimension compared to surrogates. The effect emerges more markedly close to criticality. The homology observed between the two systems despite profound differences in scale, coupling mechanism and dynamics appears noteworthy. These experimental results motivate further investigation into the heterogeneity of cortical non-linear dynamics in relation to connectivity and underline the ability for small networks of single-transistor oscillators to recreate collective phenomena arising in much more complex biological systems, potentially representing a future platform for modelling disease-related changes.

  14. Robust finite-time stabilization of unified chaotic complex systems with certain and uncertain parameters

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    Liu, Ping

    2013-07-01

    This paper deals with the finite-time stabilization of unified chaotic complex systems with known and unknown parameters. Based on the finite-time stability theory, nonlinear control laws are presented to achieve finite-time chaos control of the determined and uncertain unified chaotic complex systems, respectively. The two controllers are simple, and one of the uncertain unified chaotic complex systems is robust. For the design of a finite-time controller on uncertain unified chaotic complex systems, only some of the unknown parameters need to be bounded. Simulation results for the chaotic complex Lorenz, Lü and Chen systems are presented to validate the design and analysis.

  15. Deciphering Secure Chaotic Communication

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    Mathiazhagen, C

    1999-01-01

    A simple technique for decoding an unknown modulated chaotic time-series is presented. We point out that, by fitting a polynomial model to the modulated chaotic signal, the error in the fit gives sufficient information to decode the modulating signal. For analog implementation, a lowpass filter can be used for fitting. This method is simple and easy to implement in hardware.

  16. CHAOTIC TRANSIENTS IN A CURVED FLUID CONVEYING TUBE

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    Ni Qiao; Wang Lin; Qian Qin

    2005-01-01

    The chaotic transients of a curved fluid conveying tube subjected to a nonlinear foundation are investigated. The assumption of the inextensibility of the tube is applied to derive the nonlinear differential equation of motion via the Newtonian approach, with the differential quadrature method used to discretize the curved tube model in the spatial domain. And the nonlinear dynamic motion equation is obtained. The numerical analysis shows that, the final steady states are sensitive to the initial system conditions in a large parameter region of the fluid speed. This phenomenon of chaotic transients is infrequent for fluid conveying tubes.

  17. Chaotic dynamics of a Chua's system with voltage controllability

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    Heo, Yun Seok; Jung, Jin Woo; Kim, Ji Man; Jo, Mun Kyu; Song, Han Jung

    2012-04-01

    This paper presents an integrated circuit oriented Chua's chaotic system with voltage controllability. The proposed chaotic system consists of an OTA (Operational Transconductance Amplifier)-based ground inductor, two passive capacitors, a MOS (Metal-Oxide-Semiconductor)-based active resistor and an OTA-based Chua's diode with negative nonlinearity. A SPICE (Simulation Program with Integrated Circuit Emphasis) circuit analysis using 0.5-µm CMOS (Complementary Metal-Oxide-Semiconductor) process parameters was performed for the chaotic dynamics, such as the time waveform and the attractor plot. We confirmed that the chaotic behaviors of the system could be controlled by using the gate voltage of the MOS-based active resistor. Also, various chaotic dynamics of the circuit were analyzed for various MOS sizes of the OTA in the Chua's diode.

  18. Synchronization of chaotic systems.

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    Pecora, Louis M; Carroll, Thomas L

    2015-09-01

    We review some of the history and early work in the area of synchronization in chaotic systems. We start with our own discovery of the phenomenon, but go on to establish the historical timeline of this topic back to the earliest known paper. The topic of synchronization of chaotic systems has always been intriguing, since chaotic systems are known to resist synchronization because of their positive Lyapunov exponents. The convergence of the two systems to identical trajectories is a surprise. We show how people originally thought about this process and how the concept of synchronization changed over the years to a more geometric view using synchronization manifolds. We also show that building synchronizing systems leads naturally to engineering more complex systems whose constituents are chaotic, but which can be tuned to output various chaotic signals. We finally end up at a topic that is still in very active exploration today and that is synchronization of dynamical systems in networks of oscillators.

  19. Rising Above Chaotic Likelihoods

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    Du, Hailiang

    2014-01-01

    Berliner (Likelihood and Bayesian prediction for chaotic systems, J. Am. Stat. Assoc. 1991) identified a number of difficulties in using the likelihood function within the Bayesian paradigm for state estimation and parameter estimation of chaotic systems. Even when the equations of the system are given, he demonstrated "chaotic likelihood functions" of initial conditions and parameter values in the 1-D Logistic Map. Chaotic likelihood functions, while ultimately smooth, have such complicated small scale structure as to cast doubt on the possibility of identifying high likelihood estimates in practice. In this paper, the challenge of chaotic likelihoods is overcome by embedding the observations in a higher dimensional sequence-space, which is shown to allow good state estimation with finite computational power. An Importance Sampling approach is introduced, where Pseudo-orbit Data Assimilation is employed in the sequence-space in order first to identify relevant pseudo-orbits and then relevant trajectories. Es...

  20. Synchronization of chaotic systems

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    Pecora, Louis M.; Carroll, Thomas L. [U.S. Naval Research Laboratory, Washington, District of Columbia 20375 (United States)

    2015-09-15

    We review some of the history and early work in the area of synchronization in chaotic systems. We start with our own discovery of the phenomenon, but go on to establish the historical timeline of this topic back to the earliest known paper. The topic of synchronization of chaotic systems has always been intriguing, since chaotic systems are known to resist synchronization because of their positive Lyapunov exponents. The convergence of the two systems to identical trajectories is a surprise. We show how people originally thought about this process and how the concept of synchronization changed over the years to a more geometric view using synchronization manifolds. We also show that building synchronizing systems leads naturally to engineering more complex systems whose constituents are chaotic, but which can be tuned to output various chaotic signals. We finally end up at a topic that is still in very active exploration today and that is synchronization of dynamical systems in networks of oscillators.

  1. Toroidal Electromagnetic Particle-in-Cell Code with Gyro-kinetic Electron and Fully-kinetic ion

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    Lin, Jingbo; Zhang, Wenlu; Liu, Pengfei; Li, Ding

    2016-10-01

    A kinetic simulation model has been developed using gyro-kinetic electron and fully-kinetic ion by removing fast gyro motion of electrons using the Lie-transform perturbation theory. A particle-in-cell kinetic code is developed based on this model in general magnetic flux coordinate systems, which is particularly suitable for simulations of toroidally confined plasma. Single particle motion and field solver are successfully verified respectively. Integrated electrostatic benchmark, for example the lower-hybrid wave (LHW) and ion Bernstein wave (IBW), shows a good agreement with theoretical results. Preliminary electromagnetic benchmark of fast wave at lower hybrid frequency range is also presented. This code can be a first-principal tool to investigate high frequency nonlinear phenomenon, such as parametric decay instability, during lower-hybrid current drive (LHCD) and ion cyclotron radio frequency heating (ICRF) with complex geometry effect included. Supported by National Special Research Program of China For ITER and National Natural Science Foundation of China.

  2. QMRPF-UKF Master-Slave Filtering for the Attitude Determination of Micro-Nano Satellites Using Gyro and Magnetometer

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    Huijuan Zhang

    2010-11-01

    Full Text Available In this paper, the problem of estimating the attitude of a micro-nano satellite, obtaining geomagnetic field measurements via a three-axis magnetometer and obtaining angle rate via gyro, is considered. For this application, a QMRPF-UKF master-slave filtering method is proposed, which uses the QMRPF and UKF algorithms to estimate the rotation quaternion and the gyro bias parameters, respectively. The computational complexicity related to the particle filtering technique is eliminated by introducing a multiresolution approach that permits a significant reduction in the number of particles. This renders QMRPF-UKF master-slave filter computationally efficient and enables its implementation with a remarkably small number of particles. Simulation results by using QMRPF-UKF are given, which demonstrate the validity of the QMRPF-UKF nonlinear filter.

  3. A 3-D Novel Conservative Chaotic System and its Generalized Projective Synchronization via Adaptive Control

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    Vaidyanathan, S.; S. Pakiriswamy

    2014-01-01

    This research work proposes a five-term 3-D novel conservative chaotic system with a quadratic nonlinearity and a quartic nonlinearity. The conservative chaotic systems have the important property that they are volume conserving. The Lyapunov exponents of the 3-D novel chaotic system are obtained as �! = 0.0836, �! = 0 and �! = −0.0836. Since the sum of the Lyapunov exponents is zero, the 3-D novel chaotic system is conservative. Thus, the Kaplan-Yorke dimension of the 3-D novel c...

  4. Passive control of Permanent Magnet Synchronous Motor chaotic system based on state observer

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    QI Dong-lian; WANG Qiao

    2006-01-01

    Passive system theory was applied to propose a new passive control method with nonlinear observer of the Permanent Magnet Synchronous Motor chaotic system. Through constructing a Lyapunov function, the subsystem of the Permanent Magnet Synchronous Motor chaotic system could be proved to be globally stable at the equilibrium point. Then a controller with smooth state feedback is designed so that the Permanent Magnet Synchronous Motor chaotic system can be equivalent to a passive system.To get the state variables of the controller, the nonlinear observer is also studied. It is found that the outputs of the nonlinear observer can approximate the state variables of the Permanent Magnet Synchronous Motor chaotic system if the system's nonlinear function is a globally Lipschitz function. Simulation results showed that the equivalent passive system of Permanent Magnet Synchronous Motor chaotic system could be globally asymptotically stabilized by smooth state feedback in the observed parameter convergence condition area.

  5. A description of stochastic systems using chaotic maps

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    Abraham Boyarsky

    2004-01-01

    Full Text Available Let ρ(x,t denote a family of probability density functions parameterized by time t. We show the existence of a family {τ1:t>0} of deterministic nonlinear (chaotic point transformations whose invariant probability density functions are precisely ρ(x,t. In particular, we are interested in the densities that arise from the diffusions. We derive a partial differential equation whose solution yields the family of chaotic maps whose density functions are precisely those of the diffusion.

  6. Chaotic memristive circuit: equivalent circuit realization and dynamical analysis

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    Bao Bo-Cheng; Xu Jian-Ping; Zhou Guo-Hua; Ma Zheng-Hua; Zou Ling

    2011-01-01

    In this paper,a practical equivalent circuit of an active flux-controlled memristor characterized by smooth piecewise-quadratic nonlinearity is designed and an experimental chaotic memristive circuit is implemented.The chaotic memristive circuit has an equilibrium set and its stability is dependent on the initial state of the memristor.The initial state-dependent and the circuit parameter-dependent dynamics of the chaotic memristive circuit are investigated via phase portraits,bifurcation diagrams and Lyapunov exponents.Both experimental and simulation results validate the proposed equivalent circuit realization of the active flux-controlled memristor.

  7. Blind adaptive identification of FIR channel in chaotic communication systems

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    Wang Bao-Yun; Tommy W.S.Chow; K.T.Ng

    2004-01-01

    In this paper we study the problem of blind channel identification in chaotic communications. An adaptive algorithm is proposed, which exploits the boundness property of chaotic signals. Compared with the EKF-based approach, the proposed algorithm achieves a great complexity gain but at the expense of a slight accuracy degradation.However, our approach enjoys the important advantage that it does not require the a priori information such as nonlinearity of chaotic dynamics and the variances of measurement noise and the coefficient model noise. In addition,our approach is applicable to the ARMA system.

  8. Chaotic phenomena in Josephson circuits coupled quantum cellular neural networks

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    Wang Sen; Cai Li; Li Qin; Wu Gang

    2007-01-01

    In this paper the nonlinear dynamical behaviour of a quantum cellular neural network (QCNN) by coupling Josephson circuits was investigated and it was shown that the QCNN using only two of them can cause the onset of chaotic oscillation. The theoretical analysis and simulation for the two Josephson-circuits-coupled QCNN have been done by using the amplitude and phase as state variables. The complex chaotic behaviours can be observed and then proved by calculating Lyapunov exponents. The study provides valuable information about QCNNs for future application in high-parallel signal processing and novel chaotic generators.

  9. Gyro-kinetic analysis of micro-instabilities in negative shear tokamaks

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    Idomura, Yasuhiro [Japan Atomic Energy Research Inst., Naka, Ibaraki (Japan). Naka Fusion Research Establishment

    2001-01-01

    In order to study linear and nonlinear properties of micro-instabilities in negative shear tokamaks, a gyro-kinetic integral eigenvalue code and a gyro-kinetic finite element particle-in-cell (PIC) code are developed. Linear calculations show that both the slab ion temperature gradient driven (ITG) mode and the slab electron temperature gradient driven (ETG) mode become strongly unstable around the q{sub min}-surface, where q{sub min} is the minimum value of a safety factor q. Both modes have three types of branches in the negative shear configuration: a single mode-rational surface mode, a double mode-rational surface mode, and a non-resonant mode. The ETG turbulence in a slab configuration modeling the negative shear tokamak is studies using a gyro-kinetic finite element PIC code. It is found that quasi-steady E{sub r} x B zonal flows are generated in finite magnetic shear regions in both sides of the q{sub min}-surface, where the electron thermal transport is reduced substantially. Stability analyses of the electrostatic Kelvin-Helmholtz (K-H) mode show that the quasi-steady E{sub r} x B zonal flow profile is closely related to the q-profile or the magnetic shear, which has a stabilizing effect on the K-H mode. By changing the q-profile to reduce the magnetic shear, the K-H mode becomes unstable for the quasi-steady E{sub r} x B zonal flows, and the E{sub r} x B zonal flows disappear in the weak magnetic shear region. Numerical results show a possibility of controlling E{sub r} x B zonal flows with the magnetic shear, through the stability of the K-H mode. (author)

  10. Analysis of Chaotic Resonance in Izhikevich Neuron Model.

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    Nobukawa, Sou; Nishimura, Haruhiko; Yamanishi, Teruya; Liu, Jian-Qin

    2015-01-01

    In stochastic resonance (SR), the presence of noise helps a nonlinear system amplify a weak (sub-threshold) signal. Chaotic resonance (CR) is a phenomenon similar to SR but without stochastic noise, which has been observed in neural systems. However, no study to date has investigated and compared the characteristics and performance of the signal responses of a spiking neural system in some chaotic states in CR. In this paper, we focus on the Izhikevich neuron model, which can reproduce major spike patterns that have been experimentally observed. We examine and classify the chaotic characteristics of this model by using Lyapunov exponents with a saltation matrix and Poincaré section methods in order to address the measurement challenge posed by the state-dependent jump in the resetting process. We found the existence of two distinctive states, a chaotic state involving primarily turbulent movement and an intermittent chaotic state. In order to assess the signal responses of CR in these classified states, we introduced an extended Izhikevich neuron model by considering weak periodic signals, and defined the cycle histogram of neuron spikes as well as the corresponding mutual correlation and information. Through computer simulations, we confirmed that both chaotic states in CR can sensitively respond to weak signals. Moreover, we found that the intermittent chaotic state exhibited a prompter response than the chaotic state with primarily turbulent movement.

  11. New interpretation of laser gyro drifts

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    2010-01-01

    Discuss and develop some contents which are relevant to the IEEE Std 647TM-2006 in this paper. The IEEE Std only involves Allan variance, and decomposes it into five primary noise terms, in which, however, the noise nature of the so called "rate random walk noise" and the "rate ramp" is doubted by the IEEE Std editors. Here we use a mathematical identity to entirely affirm the first query and partially the second query as mentioned above. Besides, we argue that only the classical variance can be used in navigation, not the Allan variance. In order to seek the true nature of all drift terms in the variance, we adopt our original work that represents the noises as damped oscillations, to obtain the power spectral density (PSD) of the noises which is then transformed back into time domain. When the damped time constant is much longer than the sampling interval, the re-sulting slow variation term may be expanded into three terms: ordinary bias instability, rate random walk, and rate ramp. Therefore, these "noise terms" are not independent, and they are more of deterministic errors than random noises, and can be explained quantitatively. The resulting fast variation drift may be expanded into two terms. The first term is the same as angle random noise, while the second term adds to the true quantization noise term to form a new combined term called "quantiza-tion noise term". As the result of our research, not only the IEEE Std editors’ suspicions above are answered completely, but a new theory to analyze the laser gyro drifts is also presented, with several supporting examples to explain and verify the theory.

  12. 一类非线性时滞混沌系统的自适应脉冲同步%Adaptive Impulsive Synchronization for a Class of Nonlinear Time-Delay Chaotic Systems

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    张丽萍; 姜海波; 毕勤胜

    2012-01-01

    A new scheme of adaptive impulsive synchronization for a class of nonlinear time-delay chaotic systems is proposed in this paper. Firstly based on the Lyapunov stability theory, adaptive control theory and impulsive control theory, the adaptive controller, the impulsive controller and the parametric update laws are designed respectively. Then by the generalized Barbalat's lemma, global asymptotic synchronization between the driving system and the responding system are proved and some corresponding sufficient conditions are also obtained. Some parameters are used to approximate the Lipschitz constants, so that the assumptions that Lipschitz constants are known prior are not needed. Two numerical examples are given to show the effectiveness of the proposed method.%针对一类非线性时滞混沌系统,提出了一种新的自适应脉冲同步方案.首先基于Lyapunov稳定性理论、自适应控制理论及脉冲控制理论设计了自适应控制器、脉冲控制器及参数自适应律,然后利用推广的Barbalat引理,理论证明响应系统与驱动系统全局渐近同步,并给出了相应的充分条件.方案利用参数逼近Lipschitz常数,从而取消了Lipschitz常数已知的假设.两个数值仿真例子表明本方法的有效性.

  13. 非线性环型腔反馈激光系统的动力学特性及其混沌控制%Chaotic dynamics and chaos control in nonlinear laser systems

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    方锦清; 姚伟光

    2001-01-01

    Chaotic dynamics and chaos control have become a great challenge in nonlinear laser systems and its advances are reviewed in this article mainly based on the ring cavity laser systems. The principle and stability conditions for time-delay feedback control are analyzed and applied to chaos control in the laser systems. Other advanced methods of chaos control, such as weak spatial perturbation and occasional proportional feedback technique, are discussed. Prospects of chaos control for applications ( such as improvement of laser power and performance, synchronized chaos secure communication and information processing) are pointed out finally.%以环型腔反馈激光系统为主,综述了非线性激光系统的混沌动力学特性;分析了延迟反馈方法控制混沌的原理和稳定性条件,实现了对多介质非线性激光系统中的混沌控制。同时概述了近年来非线性激光系统中混沌控制的最新进展,诸如空间小微扰法、偶然正比反馈技术等,讨论了混沌控制在提高激光器功率和性能、利用混沌进行秘密通讯和信息处理等方面的应用前景。

  14. On chaotic conductivity in the magnetotail

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    Holland, Daniel L.; Chen, James

    1992-01-01

    The concept of chaotic conductivity and the acceleration of particles due to a constant dawn dusk electric field are studied in a magnetotail-like magnetic field. A test particle simulation is used including the full nonlinear dynamics. It is found that the acceleration process can be understood without invoking chaos and that the cross tail current is determined by the particle dynamics and distributions. It is concluded that in general there is no simple relationship between the electric field and the current.

  15. Chaotic Phenomena in Technical Control Systems

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    Mosekilde, Erik

    1997-01-01

    The paper discusses a number of examples of technical control systems that can exhibit deterministic chaos and other forms of complex nonlinear behavior. These examples include thermostatically regulated radiators, closely placed refrigirators, and industrial cooling compressors. The paper...... continues to describe the possible perspective in driving our technical systems to operate in a chaotic regime. An example of a technical system capable of operating under unstable conditions is the F/A-18 fighter....

  16. Complexity and synchronization in stochastic chaotic systems

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    Son Dang, Thai; Palit, Sanjay Kumar; Mukherjee, Sayan; Hoang, Thang Manh; Banerjee, Santo

    2016-02-01

    We investigate the complexity of a hyperchaotic dynamical system perturbed by noise and various nonlinear speech and music signals. The complexity is measured by the weighted recurrence entropy of the hyperchaotic and stochastic systems. The synchronization phenomenon between two stochastic systems with complex coupling is also investigated. These criteria are tested on chaotic and perturbed systems by mean conditional recurrence and normalized synchronization error. Numerical results including surface plots, normalized synchronization errors, complexity variations etc show the effectiveness of the proposed analysis.

  17. A Numeric Study on Chaotic Dislocation Emission

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    HonglaiTan; WeiYang

    1996-01-01

    Crack tip atom-string model is devised to study non-linear features of dislocation emission processes under mode II loads.Dynamic analysis shows that the atom motion at the crack tip changes from periodic to chaotic as the stress intensity factor increases.Study on the dislocation emission band reveals the phenomenon of cloud-like drifting of the dislocation core ahead of the crack tip.

  18. NARX prediction of some rare chaotic flows: Recurrent fuzzy functions approach

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    Goudarzi, Sobhan [Biomedical Engineering Department, Amirkabir University of Technology, Tehran 15875-4413 (Iran, Islamic Republic of); Jafari, Sajad, E-mail: sajadjafari@aut.ac.ir [Biomedical Engineering Department, Amirkabir University of Technology, Tehran 15875-4413 (Iran, Islamic Republic of); Moradi, Mohammad Hassan [Biomedical Engineering Department, Amirkabir University of Technology, Tehran 15875-4413 (Iran, Islamic Republic of); Sprott, J.C. [Department of Physics, University of Wisconsin–Madison, Madison, WI 53706 (United States)

    2016-02-15

    The nonlinear and dynamic accommodating capability of time domain models makes them a useful representation of chaotic time series for analysis, modeling and prediction. This paper is devoted to the modeling and prediction of chaotic time series with hidden attractors using a nonlinear autoregressive model with exogenous inputs (NARX) based on a novel recurrent fuzzy functions (RFFs) approach. Case studies of recently introduced chaotic systems with hidden attractors plus classical chaotic systems demonstrate that the proposed modeling methodology exhibits better prediction performance from different viewpoints (short term and long term) compared to some other existing methods. - Highlights: • A new method is proposed for prediction of chaotic time series. • This method is based on novel recurrent fuzzy functions (RFFs) approach. • Some rare chaotic flows are used as test systems. • The new method shows proper performance in short-term prediction. • It also shows proper performance in prediction of attractor's topology.

  19. Chaos in nonlinear oscillations controlling and synchronization

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    Lakshamanan, M

    1996-01-01

    This book deals with the bifurcation and chaotic aspects of damped and driven nonlinear oscillators. The analytical and numerical aspects of the chaotic dynamics of these oscillators are covered, together with appropriate experimental studies using nonlinear electronic circuits. Recent exciting developments in chaos research are also discussed, such as the control and synchronization of chaos and possible technological applications.

  20. Fiber-optic gyro location of dome azimuth

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    Kuehne, John W.

    2016-07-01

    The 2.1-m Otto Struve Telescope, world's second largest in 1939, today has modern motion control and superb tracking, yet the 19-m-diameter Art Deco dome has resisted many attempts to record its azimuth electronically. Demonstrated in January 2016, a small tactical-grade fiber-optic gyro located anywhere on the rotating structure, aided by a few fiducial points to zero gyro drift, adequately locates the azimuth. The cost of a gyro is practically independent of dome size, offering an economical solution for large domes that cannot be easily encoded with conventional systems. The 100-Hz sampling is capable of revealing anomalies in the rotation rate, valuable for preventive maintenance on any dome. I describe software methods and time series analysis to integrate angular velocity to dome azimuth; transformation of telescope hour angle and declination into required dome azimuth, using a formula that accounts for a cross-axis mount inside an offset dome; and test results.

  1. Generation and control of multi-scroll chaotic attractors in fractional order systems

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    Ahmad, Wajdi M. [Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of Sharjah, P.O. Box 27272, Sharjah (United Arab Emirates)] e-mail: wajdi@sharjah.ac.ae

    2005-08-01

    The objective of this paper is twofold: on one hand we demonstrate the generation of multi-scroll attractors in fractional order chaotic systems. Then, we design state feedback controllers to eliminate chaos from the system trajectories. It is demonstrated that modifying the underlying nonlinearity of the fractional chaotic system results in the birth of multiple chaotic attractors, thus forming the so called multi-scroll attractors. The presence of chaotic behavior is evidenced by a positive largest Lyapunov exponent computed for the output time series. We investigate generation and control of multi-scroll attractors in two different models, both of which are fractional order and chaotic: an electronic oscillator, and a mechanical 'jerk' model. The current findings extend previously reported results on generation of n-scroll attractors from the domain of integer order to the domain of fractional order chaotic systems, and addresses the issue of controlling such chaotic behaviors. Our investigations are validated through numerical simulations.

  2. Security analysis of chaotic communication systems based on Volterra-Wiener-Korenberg model

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    Lei Min [State Key Lab of Vibration, Shock and Noise, Shanghai Jiao Tong University, Shanghai 200030 (China)] e-mail: leimin@sjtu.edu.cn; Meng Guang [State Key Lab of Vibration, Shock and Noise, Shanghai Jiao Tong University, Shanghai 200030 (China); Feng Zhengjin [Institute of Mechatronic Control System, Shanghai Jiao Tong University, Shanghai 200030 (China)

    2006-04-01

    Pseudo-randomicity is an important cryptological characteristic for proof of encryption algorithms. This paper proposes a nonlinear detecting method based on Volterra-Wiener-Korenberg model and suggests an autocorrelation function to analyze the pseudo-randomicity of chaotic secure systems under different sampling interval. The results show that: (1) the increase of the order of the chaotic transmitter will not necessarily result in a high degree of security; (2) chaotic secure systems have higher and stronger pseudo-randomicity at sparse sampling interval due to the similarity of chaotic time series to the noise; (3) Volterra-Wiener-Korenberg method can also give a further appropriate sparse sampling interval for improving the security of chaotic secure communication systems. For unmasking chaotic communication systems, the Volterra-Wiener-Korenberg technique can be applied to analyze the chaotic time series with surrogate data.

  3. Recursive backstepping control of chaotic Duffing oscillators

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    Harb, Ahmad M. [Jordan University of Science and Technology, EE Department, P.O. Box 3030, Irbid (Jordan)]. E-mail: aharb@just.edu.jo; Zaher, Ashraf A. [Oakland University, School of Engineering and Computer Science, ESE Department, DHE 137, Rochester, MI 48309 (United States); Al-Qaisia, Ahmad A. [University of Jordan, ME Department, Amman (Jordan); Zohdy, Mohammad A. [Oakland University, School of Engineering and Computer Science, ESE Department, DHE 137, Rochester, MI 48309 (United States)

    2007-10-15

    In this paper, the dynamics of a forced Duffing oscillator is studied by means of modern nonlinear, bifurcation and chaos theories and shows that the system is ultimately experiencing chaos. The main objective is to characterize and control chaotic behavior. A nonlinear recursive backstepping controller is proposed and the transient performance is investigated. Systematic following of a reference model is introduced. Robustness problems as well as ways to tune the controller parameters are examined. Simulation results are submitted for the uncontrolled and controlled cases, verifying the effectiveness of the proposed controller. Finally a discussion and conclusions are given with possible future extensions.

  4. Introduction to nonlinear science

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    Nicolis, G

    1995-01-01

    One of the most unexpected results in science in recent years is that quite ordinary systems obeying simple laws can give rise to complex, nonlinear or chaotic, behavior. In this book, the author presents a unified treatment of the concepts and tools needed to analyze nonlinear phenomena and to outline some representative applications drawn from the physical, engineering, and biological sciences. Some of the interesting topics covered include: dynamical systems with a finite number of degrees of freedom, linear stability analysis of fixed points, nonlinear behavior of fixed points, bifurcation analysis, spatially distributed systems, broken symmetries, pattern formation, and chaotic dynamics. The author makes a special effort to provide a logical connection between ordinary dynamical systems and spatially extended systems, and to balance the emphasis on chaotic behavior and more classical nonlinear behavior. He also develops a statistical approach to complex systems and compares it to traditional deterministi...

  5. LFS-90 - A modular system design with fiber optic gyros

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    Handrich, E.; Bueschelberger, H. J.; Kemmler, M.; Krings, M.

    The general design and the main components of the LFS-90, a fiber optic three-axis rate gyro package intended for flight control applications, are described. The LFS-90 fiber gyro system has a modular structure including a sensor module, an opto-module, a digital control module, and a data processor. With the addition of more modules, the system can be extended to a complete attitude and heading reference system for aerospace applications or a low-cost navigator for land vehicles. LFS-90 test data are presented, including the scale factor, bias, and random walk of the main parameters.

  6. Chaotic behaviour in speculative markets

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    García Artiles, María Dolores

    2001-01-01

    Full Text Available An asset price model of speculative financial market with fundamentalists and chartists is analyzed. Our model explains bursts of volatility in financial markets, which are not well explained by the traditional finance paradigms, as we will show. Depending on the time lag in the formation of chartists' expectations, the system evolves through several dynamic regimes finishing in a strange attractor. Chaos provides a self-sustained motion around the rationally expected equilibrium that corresponds to a speculative bubble. In order to explain the role of Chartism, chaotic motion is a very interesting theoretical feature for a speculative financial market model. It provides a complex non-linear dynamic behaviour around the Walrasian equilibrium price produced by deterministic interactions between fundamentalists and chartists

  7. Advective Coalescence in Chaotic Flows

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    Nishikawa, Takashi; Toroczkai, Zoltan; Grebogi, Celso

    2001-07-16

    We investigate the reaction kinetics of small spherical particles with inertia, obeying coalescence type of reaction, B+B{yields}B , and being advected by hydrodynamical flows with time-periodic forcing. In contrast to passive tracers, the particle dynamics is governed by the strongly nonlinear Maxey-Riley equations, which typically create chaos in the spatial component of the particle dynamics, appearing as filamental structures in the distribution of the reactants. Defining a stochastic description supported on the natural measure of the attractor, we show that, in the limit of slow reaction, the reaction kinetics assumes a universal behavior exhibiting a t{sup -1} decay in the amount of reagents, which become distributed on a subset of dimension D{sub 2} , where D{sub 2} is the correlation dimension of the chaotic flow.

  8. Cascade Chaotic System With Applications.

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    Zhou, Yicong; Hua, Zhongyun; Pun, Chi-Man; Chen, C L Philip

    2015-09-01

    Chaotic maps are widely used in different applications. Motivated by the cascade structure in electronic circuits, this paper introduces a general chaotic framework called the cascade chaotic system (CCS). Using two 1-D chaotic maps as seed maps, CCS is able to generate a huge number of new chaotic maps. Examples and evaluations show the CCS's robustness. Compared with corresponding seed maps, newly generated chaotic maps are more unpredictable and have better chaotic performance, more parameters, and complex chaotic properties. To investigate applications of CCS, we introduce a pseudo-random number generator (PRNG) and a data encryption system using a chaotic map generated by CCS. Simulation and analysis demonstrate that the proposed PRNG has high quality of randomness and that the data encryption system is able to protect different types of data with a high-security level.

  9. PREDICTION TECHNIQUES OF CHAOTIC TIME SERIES AND ITS APPLICATIONS AT LOW NOISE LEVEL

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    MA Jun-hai; WANG Zhi-qiang; CHEN Yu-shu

    2006-01-01

    The paper not only studies the noise reduction methods of chaotic time series with noise and its reconstruction techniques, but also discusses prediction techniques of chaotic time series and its applications based on chaotic data noise reduction. In the paper, we first decompose the phase space of chaotic time series to range space and null noise space. Secondly we restructure original chaotic time series in range space. Lastly on the basis of the above, we establish order of the nonlinear model and make use of the nonlinear model to predict some research. The result indicates that the nonlinear modelhas very strong ability of approximation function, and Chaos predict method has certain tutorial significance to the practical problems.

  10. Genetic programming-based chaotic time series modeling

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    张伟; 吴智铭; 杨根科

    2004-01-01

    This paper proposes a Genetic Programming-Based Modeling(GPM)algorithm on chaotic time series. GP is used here to search for appropriate model structures in function space,and the Particle Swarm Optimization(PSO)algorithm is used for Nonlinear Parameter Estimation(NPE)of dynamic model structures. In addition,GPM integrates the results of Nonlinear Time Series Analysis(NTSA)to adjust the parameters and takes them as the criteria of established models.Experiments showed the effectiveness of such improvements on chaotic time series modeling.

  11. Alfvén eigenmode stability and critical gradient energetic particle transport using the Trapped-Gyro-Landau-Fluid model

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    Sheng, He; Waltz, R. E.; Staebler, G. M.

    2017-07-01

    The Trapped-Gyro-Landau-Fluid (TGLF) transport model is a physically realistic and comprehensive theory based on a local quasilinear transport model fitted to linear and nonlinear GYRO gyrokinetic simulations [Staebler et al., Phys. Plasmas 14, 55909 (2007)]. This work presents the first use of the TGLF model to treat low-n Alfvén eigenmode (AE) stability and energetic particle (EP) transport. TGLF accurately recovers the local GYRO toroidicity-induced AE (TAE) and energetic particle mode (EPM) linear growth and frequency rates for a fusion alpha case. With a very high grid resolution, TGLF can quickly find the critical EP pressure gradient profile for stiff EP transport based on an AE linear threshold given the background thermal plasma profiles in DIII-D. The TGLF critical gradient profile using the recipe γAE = 0, that is the linear AE growth rate without additional driving rates from the background plasma gradients, matches the more expensive linear GYRO results with a single worst toroidal mode number n. TGLF can easily find the minimum critical gradient profile with testing multiple ns. From a database of runs using a newly developed TGLFEP code, a rough but insightful parametric "power law" scaling for critical EP beta is demonstrated. An important toroidal stabilization condition on the EP pressure gradient pEP/LpEP drive is isolated: R /LpEP>CR ˜ 3 , where LpEP is the EP pressure gradient length and R is the tokamak major radius. This paper also demonstrates that relaxation of the fixed slowing down EP profile shape approximation often used to find the critical EP density profile has little effect on the resulting EP transport. The single EP species critical gradient model is generalized to handle two EP species.

  12. Chaotic signal processing: information aspects

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    Andreyev, Y V; Efremova, E V; Anagnostopoulos, A N

    2003-01-01

    One of the features of chaotic signals that make them different of other types of signals is their special information properties. In this paper, we investigate the effect of these properties on the procedures of chaotic signal processing. On examples of cleaning chaotic signals off noise, chaotic synchronization and separation of chaotic signals we demonstrate the existence of basic limits imposed by information theory on chaotic signal processing, independent of concrete algorithms. Relations of these limits with the Second law, Shannon theorems and Landauer principle are discussed.

  13. Enhancing chaoticity of spatiotemporal chaos.

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    Li, Xiaowen; Zhang, Heqiao; Xue, Yu; Hu, Gang

    2005-01-01

    In some practical situations strong chaos is needed. This introduces the task of chaos control with enhancing chaoticity rather than suppressing chaoticity. In this paper a simple method of linear amplifications incorporating modulo operations is suggested to make spatiotemporal systems, which may be originally chaotic or nonchaotic, strongly chaotic. Specifically, this control can eliminate periodic windows, increase the values and the number of positive Lyapunov exponents, make the probability distributions of the output chaotic sequences more homogeneous, and reduce the correlations of chaotic outputs for different times and different space units. The applicability of the method to practical tasks, in particular to random number generators and secure communications, is briefly discussed.

  14. Instability analysis of cosmic viscoelastic gyro-gravitating clouds in the presence of dark matter

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    Karmakar, Pralay Kumar; Das, Papari

    2017-08-01

    A classical formalism for the weakly nonlinear instability analysis of a gravitating rotating viscoelastic gaseous cloud in the presence of gyratory dark matter is presented on the cosmic Jeans flat scales of space and time. The constituent neutral gaseous fluid (NGF) and dark matter fluid (DMF) are inter-coupled frictionally via mutual gravity alone. Application of standard nonlinear perturbation techniques over the complex gyro-gravitating clouds results in a unique conjugated pair of viscoelastic forced Burgers (VFB) equations. The VFB pair is conjointly twinned by correlational viscoelastic effects. There is no regular damping term here, unlike, in the conventional Burgers equation for the luminous (bright) matter solely. Instead, an interesting linear self-consistent derivative force-term naturalistically appears. A numerical illustrative platform is provided to reveal the micro-physical insights behind the weakly non-linear natural diffusive eigen-modes. It is fantastically seen that the perturbed NGF evolves as extended compressive solitons and compressive shock-like structures. In contrast, the perturbed DMF grows as rarefactive extended solitons and hybrid shocks. The latter is micro-physically composed of rarefactive solitons and compressive shocks. The consistency and reliability of the results are validated in the panoptic light of the existing reports based on the preeminent nonlinear advection-diffusion-based Burgers fabric. At the last, we highlight the main implications and non-trivial futuristic applications of the explored findings.

  15. Passive control of chaotic system with multiple strange attractors

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    Song Yun-Zhong; Zhao Guang-Zhou; Qi Dong-Lian

    2006-01-01

    In this paper we present a new simple controller for a chaotic system, that is, the Newton-Leipnik equation with two strange attractors: the upper attractor (UA) and the lower attractor (LA). The controller design is based on the passive technique. The final structure of this controller for original stabilization has a simple nonlinear feedback form.Using a passive method, we prove the stability of a closed-loop system. Based on the controller derived from the passive principle, we investigate three different kinds of chaotic control of the system, separately: the original control forcing the chaotic motion to settle down to the origin from an arbitrary position of the phase space; the chaotic intra-attractor control for stabilizing the equilibrium points only belonging to the upper chaotic attractor or the lower chaotic one,and the inter-attractor control for compelling the chaotic oscillation from one basin to another one. Both theoretical analysis and simulation results verify the validity of the suggested method.

  16. Nonlinear Adaptive Slewing Motion Control of Spacecraft Truss Driven by Synchronous V-gimbaled CMG Precession

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    Zhou Di; Zhou Jingyang

    2007-01-01

    The slewing motion control of a truss arm driven by a V-gimbaled control-moment-gyro (CMG) is a nonlinear control problem.The V-gimbaled CMG consists of a pair of gyros that must precess synchronously. The moment of inertia of the system, the angular momentum of the gyros and the external disturbances are not exactly known. With the help of feedback linearization and recursive Lyapunov design method, an adaptive nonlinear controller is designed to deal with the unknown items. Performance of the proposed controller is verified by simulation.

  17. A Simple RLCC-Diode-Opamp Chaotic Oscillator

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    San-Um, Wimol; Suksiri, Bandhit; Ketthong, Patinya

    This paper presents a simple autonomous chaotic oscillator. The design method is primarily based on a linear oscillator constructed by a closed loop connection of two building blocks, i.e. an inverting active integrator and a passive second-order LC integrator. A diode is inserted in parallel to the two building blocks for inducing chaos. The mathematical model reveals a set of three-dimensional ordinary differential equations, containing seven terms with four constants and an exponential nonlinearity. The dynamics properties are investigated in terms of an equilibrium point, Jacobian matrix, chaotic attractors, bifurcation, Lyapunov exponents, and chaotic waveforms in time domain. The proposed chaotic oscillator potentially exhibits complex dynamical behaviors through the utilization of only six minimal electronic components.

  18. Decoherence, delocalization and irreversibility in quantum chaotic systems

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    Shiokawa, K; Shiokawa, K; Hu, B L

    1995-01-01

    Decoherence in quantum systems which are classically chaotic is studied. The Arnold cat map and the quantum kicked rotor are chosen as examples of linear and nonlinear chaotic systems. The Feynman-Vernon influence functional formalism is used to study the effect of the environment on the system. It is well-known that quantum coherence can obliterate many chaotic behavior in the corresponding classical system. But interaction with an environment can under general circumstances quickly diminish quantum coherence and reenact many classical chaotic behavior. How effective decoherence works to sustain chaos, and how the resultant behavior qualitatively differs from the quantum picture depend on the coupling of the system with the environment and the spectral density and temperature of the environment. We show how recurrence in the quantum cat map is lost and classical ergodicity is recovered due to the effect of the environment. Quantum coherence and diffusion suppression are instrumental to dynamical localization...

  19. Chaotic LIDAR for Naval Applications

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    2014-09-30

    LIDAR for Naval Applications: FY12 Progress Report (7/1/2014- 9/30/2014) This document provides a progress report on the project "Chaotic LIDAR for...digital receiver to form a chaotic LIDAR (CLIDAR) ranging system. The design of the chaotic fiber ring laser and the fiber amplifiers are guided by...Wideband Amplifier Chain High Power Blue-Green Ranging Fig 1. The chaotic LIDAR (CLIDAR) transmitter approach. Several stages are used to

  20. Demodulator for Chaotic Secure Communication Based on Proportional-integral Feedback Design

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    2002-01-01

    A scheme of chaotic secure communication based on the parameter modula tion and the inversion of a chaotic dynamical system is analyzed. According to this scheme,information signal is modulated by a bifurcation parameter of the transmitter,which is in chaotic state.In the receiver,a proportional integral feedback demodulator is used to demodulate the information signal,which only uses the available synchronizing error as well as stateness of receiver. The purpose of this demodulator is proposed to overcome the influence of differentiation oper ation, nonlinear part and singularities in chaotic system. Numerical simulation is proposed to show the effectiveness of this demodulator.

  1. Unmasking Chaotic Attributes in Time Series of Living Cell Populations

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    Laurent, Michel; Deschatrette, Jean; Wolfrom, Claire M.

    2010-01-01

    Background Long-range oscillations of the mammalian cell proliferation rate are commonly observed both in vivo and in vitro. Such complicated dynamics are generally the result of a combination of stochastic events and deterministic regulation. Assessing the role, if any, of chaotic regulation is difficult. However, unmasking chaotic dynamics is essential for analysis of cellular processes related to proliferation rate, including metabolic activity, telomere homeostasis, gene expression, and tumor growth. Methodology/Principal Findings Using a simple, original, nonlinear method based on return maps, we previously found a geometrical deterministic structure coordinating such fluctuations in populations of various cell types. However, nonlinearity and determinism are only necessary conditions for chaos; they do not by themselves constitute a proof of chaotic dynamics. Therefore, we used the same analytical method to analyze the oscillations of four well-known, low-dimensional, chaotic oscillators, originally designed in diverse settings and all possibly well-adapted to model the fluctuations of cell populations: the Lorenz, Rössler, Verhulst and Duffing oscillators. All four systems also display this geometrical structure, coordinating the oscillations of one or two variables of the oscillator. No such structure could be observed in periodic or stochastic fluctuations. Conclusion/Significance Theoretical models predict various cell population dynamics, from stable through periodically oscillating to a chaotic regime. Periodic and stochastic fluctuations were first described long ago in various mammalian cells, but by contrast, chaotic regulation had not previously been evidenced. The findings with our nonlinear geometrical approach are entirely consistent with the notion that fluctuations of cell populations can be chaotically controlled. PMID:20179755

  2. Unmasking chaotic attributes in time series of living cell populations.

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    Michel Laurent

    Full Text Available BACKGROUND: Long-range oscillations of the mammalian cell proliferation rate are commonly observed both in vivo and in vitro. Such complicated dynamics are generally the result of a combination of stochastic events and deterministic regulation. Assessing the role, if any, of chaotic regulation is difficult. However, unmasking chaotic dynamics is essential for analysis of cellular processes related to proliferation rate, including metabolic activity, telomere homeostasis, gene expression, and tumor growth. METHODOLOGY/PRINCIPAL FINDINGS: Using a simple, original, nonlinear method based on return maps, we previously found a geometrical deterministic structure coordinating such fluctuations in populations of various cell types. However, nonlinearity and determinism are only necessary conditions for chaos; they do not by themselves constitute a proof of chaotic dynamics. Therefore, we used the same analytical method to analyze the oscillations of four well-known, low-dimensional, chaotic oscillators, originally designed in diverse settings and all possibly well-adapted to model the fluctuations of cell populations: the Lorenz, Rössler, Verhulst and Duffing oscillators. All four systems also display this geometrical structure, coordinating the oscillations of one or two variables of the oscillator. No such structure could be observed in periodic or stochastic fluctuations. CONCLUSION/SIGNIFICANCE: Theoretical models predict various cell population dynamics, from stable through periodically oscillating to a chaotic regime. Periodic and stochastic fluctuations were first described long ago in various mammalian cells, but by contrast, chaotic regulation had not previously been evidenced. The findings with our nonlinear geometrical approach are entirely consistent with the notion that fluctuations of cell populations can be chaotically controlled.

  3. Classification of ECG Using Chaotic Models

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    Khandakar Mohammad Ishtiak

    2012-09-01

    Full Text Available Chaotic analysis has been shown to be useful in a variety of medical applications, particularly in cardiology. Chaotic parameters have shown potential in the identification of diseases, especially in the analysis of biomedical signals like electrocardiogram (ECG. In this work, underlying chaos in ECG signals has been analyzed using various non-linear techniques. First, the ECG signal is processed through a series of steps to extract the QRS complex. From this extracted feature, bit-to-bit interval (BBI and instantaneous heart rate (IHR have been calculated. Then some nonlinear parameters like standard deviation, and coefficient of variation and nonlinear techniques like central tendency measure (CTM, and phase space portrait have been determined from both the BBI and IHR. Standard database of MIT-BIH is used as the reference data where each ECG record contains 650000 samples. CTM is calculated for both BBI and IHR for each ECG record of the database. A much higher value of CTM for IHR is observed for eleven patients with normal beats with a mean of 0.7737 and SD of 0.0946. On the contrary, the CTM for IHR of eleven patients with abnormal rhythm shows low value with a mean of 0.0833 and SD 0.0748. CTM for BBI of the same eleven normal rhythm records also shows high values with a mean of 0.6172 and SD 0.1472. CTM for BBI of eleven abnormal rhythm records show low values with a mean of 0.0478 and SD 0.0308. Phase space portrait also demonstrates visible attractor with little dispersion for a healthy person’s ECG and a widely dispersed plot in 2-D plane for the ailing person’s ECG. These results indicate that ECG can be classified based on this chaotic modeling which works on the nonlinear dynamics of the system.

  4. Gas lasers with wave-chaotic resonators

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    Zaitsev, Oleg

    2010-01-01

    Semiclassical multimode laser theory is extended to gas lasers with open two-dimensional resonators of arbitrary shape. The Doppler frequency shift of the linear-gain coefficient leads to an additional linear coupling between the modes, which, however, is shown to be negligible. The nonlinear laser equations simplify in the special case of wave-chaotic resonators. In the single-mode regime, the intensity of a chaotic laser, as a function of the mode frequency, displays a local minimum at the frequency of the atomic transition. The width of the minimum scales with the inhomogeneous linewidth, in contrast to the Lamb dip in uniaxial resonators whose width is given by the homogeneous linewidth.

  5. Bearing Health Assessment Based on Chaotic Characteristics

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    Chen Lu

    2013-01-01

    Full Text Available Vibration signals extracted from rotating parts of machinery carry a lot of useful information about the condition of operating machine. Due to the strong non-linear, complex and non-stationary characteristics of vibration signals from working bearings, an accurate and reliable health assessment method for bearing is necessary. This paper proposes to utilize the selected chaotic characteristics of vibration signal for health assessment of a bearing by using self-organizing map (SOM. Both Grassberger-Procaccia algorithm and Takens' theory are employed to calculate the characteristic vector which includes three chaotic characteristics, such as correlation dimension, largest Lyapunov exponent and Kolmogorov entropy. After that, SOM is used to map the three corresponding characteristics into a confidence value (CV which represents the health state of the bearing. Finally, a case study based on vibration datasets of a group of testing bearings was conducted to demonstrate that the proposed method can reliably assess the health state of bearing.

  6. Chaotic motion in nonlinear feedback systems

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    Baillieul, J. (Scientific Systems, Inc., Cambridge, MA); Brockett, R.W.; Washburn, R.B.

    1980-11-01

    New criteria are found which imply the existence of chaos in R/sup n/. These differ significantly from criteria previously reported in the mathematics literature, and in fact our methods apply to a class of systems which do not satisfy the hypotheses of the usual theorems on chaos in R/sup n/. The results are stated in such a way as to preserve the flavor of many well-known frequency-domain stability techniques. The results provide easily verifiable criteria for the existence of chaos in systems which are of dimension greater than one.

  7. Benchmark studies of the gyro-Landau-fluid code and gyro-kinetic codes on kinetic ballooning modes

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    Tang, T. F.; Xu, X. Q.; Ma, C. H.; Bass, E. M.; Holland, C.; Candy, J.

    2016-03-01

    A Gyro-Landau-Fluid (GLF) 3 + 1 model has been recently implemented in BOUT++ framework, which contains full Finite-Larmor-Radius effects, Landau damping, and toroidal resonance [Ma et al., Phys. Plasmas 22, 055903 (2015)]. A linear global beta scan has been conducted using the JET-like circular equilibria (cbm18 series), showing that the unstable modes are kinetic ballooning modes (KBMs). In this work, we use the GYRO code, which is a gyrokinetic continuum code widely used for simulation of the plasma microturbulence, to benchmark with GLF 3 + 1 code on KBMs. To verify our code on the KBM case, we first perform the beta scan based on "Cyclone base case parameter set." We find that the growth rate is almost the same for two codes, and the KBM mode is further destabilized as beta increases. For JET-like global circular equilibria, as the modes localize in peak pressure gradient region, a linear local beta scan using the same set of equilibria has been performed at this position for comparison. With the drift kinetic electron module in the GYRO code by including small electron-electron collision to damp electron modes, GYRO generated mode structures and parity suggest that they are kinetic ballooning modes, and the growth rate is comparable to the GLF results. However, a radial scan of the pedestal for a particular set of cbm18 equilibria, using GYRO code, shows different trends for the low-n and high-n modes. The low-n modes show that the linear growth rate peaks at peak pressure gradient position as GLF results. However, for high-n modes, the growth rate of the most unstable mode shifts outward to the bottom of pedestal and the real frequency of what was originally the KBMs in ion diamagnetic drift direction steadily approaches and crosses over to the electron diamagnetic drift direction.

  8. Benchmark studies of the gyro-Landau-fluid code and gyro-kinetic codes on kinetic ballooning modes

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    Tang, T. F. [Dalian University of Technology, Dalian 116024 (China); Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, Livermore, California 94550 (United States); Xu, X. Q. [Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, Livermore, California 94550 (United States); Ma, C. H. [Fusion Simulation Center, School of Physics, Peking University, Beijing (China); Bass, E. M.; Candy, J. [General Atomics, P.O. Box 85608, San Diego, California 92186-5608 (United States); Holland, C. [University of California San Diego, La Jolla, California 92093-0429 (United States)

    2016-03-15

    A Gyro-Landau-Fluid (GLF) 3 + 1 model has been recently implemented in BOUT++ framework, which contains full Finite-Larmor-Radius effects, Landau damping, and toroidal resonance [Ma et al., Phys. Plasmas 22, 055903 (2015)]. A linear global beta scan has been conducted using the JET-like circular equilibria (cbm18 series), showing that the unstable modes are kinetic ballooning modes (KBMs). In this work, we use the GYRO code, which is a gyrokinetic continuum code widely used for simulation of the plasma microturbulence, to benchmark with GLF 3 + 1 code on KBMs. To verify our code on the KBM case, we first perform the beta scan based on “Cyclone base case parameter set.” We find that the growth rate is almost the same for two codes, and the KBM mode is further destabilized as beta increases. For JET-like global circular equilibria, as the modes localize in peak pressure gradient region, a linear local beta scan using the same set of equilibria has been performed at this position for comparison. With the drift kinetic electron module in the GYRO code by including small electron-electron collision to damp electron modes, GYRO generated mode structures and parity suggest that they are kinetic ballooning modes, and the growth rate is comparable to the GLF results. However, a radial scan of the pedestal for a particular set of cbm18 equilibria, using GYRO code, shows different trends for the low-n and high-n modes. The low-n modes show that the linear growth rate peaks at peak pressure gradient position as GLF results. However, for high-n modes, the growth rate of the most unstable mode shifts outward to the bottom of pedestal and the real frequency of what was originally the KBMs in ion diamagnetic drift direction steadily approaches and crosses over to the electron diamagnetic drift direction.

  9. Synchronization of chaotic VCSELs by external chaotic signal parameter modulation

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    Wei Wang; Shenghai Zhang; Xingzhong Qian; Yanbin Wang

    2009-01-01

    Synchronization of chaotic vertical-cavity surface-emitting lasers (VCSELs) is achieved by external chaotic signal modulation successfully.Simulation indicates that we can get chaos synchronization if the intensity of external chaotic signal is large enough.First of all,we use direct current modulation to achieve the chaos of VCSELs,and determine the laser's chaotic state by analyzing time series of the output and the corresponding power spectrum.And then we achieve synchronization of the two chaotic systems by external chaotic signal parameter modulation.We also find that the larger the modulation intensity is,the easier it is to achieve synchronization for chaotic VCSELs.This approach can also be applied to systems with a number of modulated lasers.

  10. Chaotic period doubling

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    Chandramouli, V. V. M. S.; Martens, M.; De Melo, W.; Tresser, C. P.

    2009-01-01

    The period doubling renormalization operator was introduced by Feigenbaum and by Coullet and Tresser in the 1970s to study the asymptotic small-scale geometry of the attractor of one-dimensional systems that are at the transition from simple to chaotic dynamics. This geometry turns out not to depend

  11. Efficient chaotic based satellite power supply subsystem

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    Ramos Turci, Luiz Felipe [Technological Institute of Aeronautics (ITA), Sao Jose dos Campos, SP (Brazil)], E-mail: felipeturci@yahoo.com.br; Macau, Elbert E.N. [National Institute of Space Research (Inpe), Sao Jose dos Campos, SP (Brazil)], E-mail: elbert@lac.inpe.br; Yoneyama, Takashi [Technological Institute of Aeronautics (ITA), Sao Jose dos Campos, SP (Brazil)], E-mail: takashi@ita.br

    2009-10-15

    In this work, we investigate the use of the Dynamical System Theory to increase the efficiency of the satellite power supply subsystems. The core of a satellite power subsystem relies on its DC/DC converter. This is a very nonlinear system that presents a multitude of phenomena ranging from bifurcations, quasi-periodicity, chaos, coexistence of attractors, among others. The traditional power subsystem design techniques try to avoid these nonlinear phenomena so that it is possible to use linear system theory in small regions about the equilibrium points. Here, we show that more efficiency can be drawn from a power supply subsystem if the DC/DC converter operates in regions of high nonlinearity. In special, if it operates in a chaotic regime, is has an intrinsic sensitivity that can be exploited to efficiently drive the power subsystem over high ranges of power requests by using control of chaos techniques.

  12. Attitude control of a rigid spacecraft with one variable-speed control moment gyro

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    Gui, Hai-Chao; Jin, Lei; Xu, Shi-Jie

    2013-10-01

    Nonlinear controllability and attitude stabilization are studied for the underactuated nonholonomic dynamics of a rigid spacecraft with one variable-speed control moment gyro (VSCMG), which supplies only two internal torques. Nonlinear controllability theory is used to show that the dynamics are locally controllable from the equilibrium point and thus can be asymptotically stabilized to the equilibrium point via time-invariant piecewise continuous feedback laws or time-periodic continuous feedback laws. Specifically, when the total angular momentum of the spacecraft-VSCMG system is zero, any orientation can be a controllable equilibrium attitude. In this case, the attitude stabilization problem is addressed by designing a kinematic stabilizing law, which is implemented through a nonlinear proportional and derivative controller, using the generalized dynamic inverse (GDI) method. The steady-state instability inherent in the GDI controller is elegantly avoided by appropriately choosing control gains. In order to obtain the command gimbal rate and wheel acceleration from control torques, a simple steering logic is constructed to accommodate the requirements of attitude stabilization and singularity avoidance of the VSCMG. Illustrative numerical examples verify the efficacy of the proposed control strategy.

  13. Active synchronization between two different chaotic dynamical system

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    Maheri, M. [Institute for Mathematical Research, 43400 UPM, Serdang, Selengor (Malaysia); Arifin, N. Md; Ismail, F. [Department of Mathematics, 43400 UPM, Serdang, Selengor (Malaysia)

    2015-05-15

    In this paper we investigate on the synchronization problem between two different chaotic dynamical system based on the Lyapunov stability theorem by using nonlinear control functions. Active control schemes are used for synchronization Liu system as drive and Rossler system as response. Numerical simulation by using Maple software are used to show effectiveness of the proposed schemes.

  14. An exponential polynomial observer for synchronization of chaotic systems

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    Mata-Machuca, J. L.; Martínez-Guerra, R.; Aguilar-López, R.

    2010-12-01

    In this paper, we consider the synchronization problem via nonlinear observer design. A new exponential polynomial observer for a class of nonlinear oscillators is proposed, which is robust against output noises. A sufficient condition for synchronization is derived analytically with the help of Lyapunov stability theory. The proposed technique has been applied to synchronize chaotic systems (Rikitake and Rössler systems) by means of numerical simulation.

  15. Analysis and adaptive control of a novel 3-D conservative no-equilibrium chaotic system

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    Vaidyanathan Sundarapandian

    2015-09-01

    Full Text Available First, this paper announces a seven-term novel 3-D conservative chaotic system with four quadratic nonlinearities. The conservative chaotic systems are characterized by the important property that they are volume conserving. The phase portraits of the novel conservative chaotic system are displayed and the mathematical properties are discussed. An important property of the proposed novel chaotic system is that it has no equilibrium point. Hence, it displays hidden chaotic attractors. The Lyapunov exponents of the novel conservative chaotic system are obtained as L1 = 0.0395,L2 = 0 and L3 = −0.0395. The Kaplan-Yorke dimension of the novel conservative chaotic system is DKY =3. Next, an adaptive controller is designed to globally stabilize the novel conservative chaotic system with unknown parameters. Moreover, an adaptive controller is also designed to achieve global chaos synchronization of the identical conservative chaotic systems with unknown parameters. MATLAB simulations have been depicted to illustrate the phase portraits of the novel conservative chaotic system and also the adaptive control results.

  16. Complete Tri-Axis Magnetometer Calibration with a Gyro Auxiliary.

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    Yang, Deng; You, Zheng; Li, Bin; Duan, Wenrui; Yuan, Binwen

    2017-05-26

    Magnetometers combined with inertial sensors are widely used for orientation estimation, and calibrations are necessary to achieve high accuracy. This paper presents a complete tri-axis magnetometer calibration algorithm with a gyro auxiliary. The magnetic distortions and sensor errors, including the misalignment error between the magnetometer and assembled platform, are compensated after calibration. With the gyro auxiliary, the magnetometer linear interpolation outputs are calculated, and the error parameters are evaluated under linear operations of magnetometer interpolation outputs. The simulation and experiment are performed to illustrate the efficiency of the algorithm. After calibration, the heading errors calculated by magnetometers are reduced to 0.5° (1σ). This calibration algorithm can also be applied to tri-axis accelerometers whose error model is similar to tri-axis magnetometers.

  17. Performance characteristics of positive and negative delayed feedback on chaotic dynamics of directly modulated InGaAsP semiconductor lasers

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    Bindu M Krishna; Manu P John; V M Nandakumaran

    2008-12-01

    The chaotic dynamics of directly modulated semiconductor lasers with delayed optoelectronic feedback is studied numerically. The effects of positive and negative delayed optoelectronic feedback in producing chaotic outputs from such lasers with nonlinear gain reduction in its optimum value range is investigated using bifurcation diagrams. The results are confirmed by calculating the Lyapunov exponents. A negative delayed optoelectronic feedback configuration is found to be more effective in inducing chaotic dynamics to such systems with nonlinear gain reduction factor in the practical value range.

  18. ADAPTIVE CONTROL AND IDENTIFICATION OF CHAOTIC SYSTEMS

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    LI ZHI; HAN CHONG-ZHAO

    2001-01-01

    A novel adaptive control and identification on-line method is proposed for a class of chaotic system with uncertain parameters. We prove that, using the presented method, a controller and identifier is developed which can remove chaos in nonlinear systems and make the system asymptotically stabilizing to an arbitrarily desired smooth orbit. And at the same time, estimates to uncertain parameters converge to their true values. The advantage of our method over the existing result is that the controller and identifier is directly constructed by analytic formula without knowing unknown bounds about uncertain parameters in advance. A computer simulation example is given to validate the proposed approach.

  19. 用输入-输出线性化控制混沌振动%Controlling Chaotic Oscillations with Input-Output Linearization

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    2000-01-01

    In this paper, the nonlinear control of chaotic oscillations was investigated by using the input-output linearization control method. The chaotic attitude of a kind of spacecraft was discussed. It is demonstrated that the input-output linearization control law is the nonlinear version of the parametric open-plus-closed-loop control law.

  20. Nonlinear Dynamic Analysis of the Whole Vehicle on Bumpy Road

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    王威; 李瑰贤; 宋玉玲

    2010-01-01

    Through the research into the characteristics of 7-DoF high dimensional nonlinear dynamics of a vehicle on bumpy road, the periodic movement and chaotic behavior of the vehicle were found.The methods of nonlinear frequency response analysis, global bifurcation, frequency chart and Poincaré maps were used simultaneously to derive strange super chaotic attractor.According to Lyapunov exponents calculated by Gram-Schmidt method, the unstable region was compartmentalized and the super chaotic characteristic of ...

  1. Measurement of Phase Difference for Micromachined Gyros Driven by Rotating Aircraft

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    Wei Zhang; Zengping Zhang; Fuxue Zhang

    2013-01-01

    This paper presents an approach for realizing a phase difference measurement of a new gyro. A silicon micromachined gyro was mounted on rotating aircraft for aircraft attitude control. Aircraft spin drives the silicon pendulum of a gyro rotating at a high speed so that it can sense the transverse angular velocity of the rotating aircraft based on the gyroscopic precession principle when the aircraft has transverse rotation. In applications of the rotating aircraft single channel control syste...

  2. Periodicity of chaotic solutions

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    Berezowski, Marek

    2016-01-01

    The scope of the paper is the analysis of the impact of flow reversal on the dynamics of cascades of reactors. Periodic and chaotic oscillations occur in the analyzed system. There is a dependence between the oscillation period of the state variable of the system without flow reversal and the recurrence period of windows of chaos in the steady-state diagram of the system with flow reversal.

  3. Cryptography with chaotic mixing

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    Oliveira, Luiz P.L. de [Programa Interdisciplinar de Pos-Graduacao em Computacao Aplicada - PIPCA, Universidade do Vale do Rio dos Sinos - UNISINOS, Av. Unisinos 950, 93022-000 Sao Leopoldo, RS (Brazil)], E-mail: lpluna@unisinos.br; Sobottka, Marcelo [Centro de Modelamiento Matematico, Universidad de Chile, Blanco Encalada 2120, 7o piso Casilla 170/3, Correo 3, Santiago (Chile)], E-mail: sobottka@dim.uchile.cl

    2008-02-15

    We propose a cryptosystem based on one-dimensional chaotic maps of the form H{sub p}(x)=r{sub p}{sup -1}0G0r{sub p}(x) defined in the interval [0, 10{sup p}) for a positive integer parameter p, where G(x)=10x(mod10) and r{sub p}(x)={sup p}{radical}(x), which is a topological conjugacy between G and the shift map {sigma} on the space {sigma} of the sequences with 10 symbols. There are three advantages in comparison with the recently proposed cryptosystem based on chaotic logistic maps F{sub {mu}}(x)={mu}x(1-x) with 3 < {mu} {<=} 4: (a) H{sub p} is always chaotic for all parameters p, (b) the knowledge of an ergodic measure allows assignments of the alphabetic symbols to equiprobable sites of H{sub p}'s domain and (c) for each p, the security of the cryptosystem is manageable against brute force attacks.

  4. Improved numerical solutions for chaotic-cancer-model

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    Muhammad Yasir

    2017-01-01

    Full Text Available In biological sciences, dynamical system of cancer model is well known due to its sensitivity and chaoticity. Present work provides detailed computational study of cancer model by counterbalancing its sensitive dependency on initial conditions and parameter values. Cancer chaotic model is discretized into a system of nonlinear equations that are solved using the well-known Successive-Over-Relaxation (SOR method with a proven convergence. This technique enables to solve large systems and provides more accurate approximation which is illustrated through tables, time history maps and phase portraits with detailed analysis.

  5. Quantum Computing, $NP$-complete Problems and Chaotic Dynamics

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    Ohya, M; Ohya, Masanori; Volovich, Igor V.

    1999-01-01

    An approach to the solution of NP-complete problems based on quantumcomputing and chaotic dynamics is proposed. We consider the satisfiabilityproblem and argue that the problem, in principle, can be solved in polynomialtime if we combine the quantum computer with the chaotic dynamics amplifierbased on the logistic map. We discuss a possible implementation of such achaotic quantum computation by using the atomic quantum computer with quantumgates described by the Hartree-Fock equations. In this case, in principle, onecan build not only standard linear quantum gates but also nonlinear gates andmoreover they obey to Fermi statistics. This new type of entaglement relatedwith Fermi statistics can be interesting also for quantum communication theory.

  6. Improved numerical solutions for chaotic-cancer-model

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    Yasir, Muhammad; Ahmad, Salman; Ahmed, Faizan; Aqeel, Muhammad; Akbar, Muhammad Zubair

    2017-01-01

    In biological sciences, dynamical system of cancer model is well known due to its sensitivity and chaoticity. Present work provides detailed computational study of cancer model by counterbalancing its sensitive dependency on initial conditions and parameter values. Cancer chaotic model is discretized into a system of nonlinear equations that are solved using the well-known Successive-Over-Relaxation (SOR) method with a proven convergence. This technique enables to solve large systems and provides more accurate approximation which is illustrated through tables, time history maps and phase portraits with detailed analysis.

  7. One-dimensional map lattices: Synchronization, bifurcations, and chaotic structures

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    Belykh, Vladimir N.; Mosekilde, Erik

    1996-01-01

    The paper presents a qualitative analysis of coupled map lattices (CMLs) for the case of arbitrary nonlinearity of the local map and with space-shift as well as diffusion coupling. The effect of synchronization where, independently of the initial conditions, all elements of a CML acquire uniform...... dynamics is investigated and stable chaotic time behaviors, steady structures, and traveling waves are described. Finally, the bifurcations occurring under the transition from spatiotemporal chaos to chaotic synchronization and the peculiarities of CMLs with specific symmetries are discussed....

  8. A 3-D Novel Conservative Chaotic System and its Generalized Projective Synchronization via Adaptive Control

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    S. Vaidyanathan

    2014-11-01

    Full Text Available This research work proposes a five-term 3-D novel conservative chaotic system with a quadratic nonlinearity and a quartic nonlinearity. The conservative chaotic systems have the important property that they are volume conserving. The Lyapunov exponents of the 3-D novel chaotic system are obtained as �! = 0.0836, �! = 0 and �! = −0.0836. Since the sum of the Lyapunov exponents is zero, the 3-D novel chaotic system is conservative. Thus, the Kaplan-Yorke dimension of the 3-D novel chaotic system is easily seen as 3.0000. The phase portraits of the novel chaotic system simulated using MATLAB depict the chaotic attractor of the novel system. This research work also discusses other qualitative properties of the system. Next, an adaptive controller is designed to achieve Generalized Projective Synchronization (GPS of two identical novel chaotic systems with unknown system parameters. MATLAB simulations are shown to validate and demonstrate the GPS results derived in this work.

  9. Chaotic Control of Network Traffic

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    YANG Tan; CUI Yi-Dong; JIN Yue-Hui; CHENG Shi-Duan

    2009-01-01

    A method of chaotic control on network traffic is presented.By this method,the chaotic network traffic can be controlled to a pre-assigned equilibrium point according to chaotic prediction and the largest Lyapunov exponent of the traffic on congested link is reduced,thereby the probability of traffic burst and network congestion can be reduced.Numerical examples show that this method is effective.

  10. Dynamic control of chaotic resonators

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    Di Falco, A.

    2016-02-16

    We report on the all-optical control of chaotic optical resonators based on silicon on insulator (SOI) platform. We show that simple non-chaotic cavities can be tuned to exhibit chaotic behavior via intense optical pump- ing, inducing a local change of refractive index. To this extent we have fabricated a number of devices and demonstrated experimentally and theoretically that chaos can be triggered on demand on an optical chip. © 2016 SPIE.

  11. Dissipative Nonlinear Dynamics in Holography

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    Basu, Pallab

    2013-01-01

    We look at the response of a nonlinearly coupled scalar field in an asymptotically AdS black brane geometry and find a behaviour very similar to that of known dissipative nonlinear systems like the chaotic pendulum. Transition to chaos proceeds through a series of period-doubling bifurcations. The presence of dissipation, crucial to this behaviour, arises naturally in a black hole background from the ingoing conditions imposed at the horizon. AdS/CFT translates our solution to a chaotic response of the operator dual to the scalar field. Our setup can also be used to study quench-like behaviour in strongly coupled nonlinear systems.

  12. The chaotic obliquity of Mars

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    Touma, Jihad; Wisdom, Jack

    1993-01-01

    The discovery (by Laskar, 1989, 1990) that the evolution of the solar system is chaotic, made in a numerical integration of the averaged secular approximation of the equations of motions for the planets, was confirmed by Sussman and Wisdom (1992) by direct numerical integration of the whole solar system. This paper presents results of direct integrations of the rotation of Mars in the chaotically evolved planetary system, made using the same model as that used by Sussman and Wisdom. The numerical integration shows that the obliquity of Mars undergoes large chaotic variations, which occur as the system evolves in the chaotic zone associated with a secular spin-orbit resonance.

  13. Chaotic motion in the Jovian atmosphere

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    Pirraglia, Joseph

    1986-01-01

    Strong nonlinear interactions among unstable waves and the mean flow occur in a simplified quasigeostrophic spectral model of the upper troposphere of Jupiter. The upper boundary of the layer inhibits vertical motion while at the lower boundary perturbations of the potential temperature are not permitted. On an infinite beta plane the forced flow of alternating zones of prograde and retrograde zonal winds, decreasing with height, are linearly unstable and it is shown that the nonlinear terms stabilize the flow by bounding the growth of the eddies. Explicit viscosity terms are not needed. This does not imply that energy would not cascade to the small scale flow but suggests that the nature of the large scale flow is independent of the viscosity at small scales. Numerical time integration shows the flow to be chaotic but, in some cases, with transient propagating features and meandering zonal flow.

  14. A kind of fuzzy control for chaotic systems

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    WANG Hong-wei; MA Guang-fu

    2007-01-01

    With a T-S fuzzy dynamic model approximating to a non-linear system, the nonlinear system can be decomposed into some local linear models. A variable structure controller based on Lyapunov theories is designed to guarantee the global stability of the T-S fuzzy model. The controlling problems of a nonlinear system can be solved by means of consisting of linear system variable structure control and fuzzy control. The validity of the control method based on the simulating result of two kinds of chaotic systems is shown here.

  15. The chaotic marriage of physics and financial economics

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    Gilmore, Claire

    2013-01-01

    By the early 1980s interest in chaos theory was spreading from mathematics and the sciences to other fields, including economics and finance. Initial results, based on the metric approach to testing for chaos in time series data, appeared to lend support to the presence of chaotic behavior in a variety of economic phenomena and in financial markets. Subsequently, a topological approach to the analysis of chaos was developed which led to tests for chaotic behavior more suited to the relatively small, noisy data sets typically available in these fields. This close returns test is demonstrated here and is applied to data from several financial markets. The qualitative topological test does not support evidence of a chaotic generating mechanism in these series. The quantitative form of the close returns test indicates nonchaotic nonlinear behavior that cannot be fully explained by current financial models.

  16. A chaotic attractor in timing noise from the Vela pulsar?

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    Harding, Alice K.; Shinbrot, Troy; Cordes, James M.

    1990-01-01

    Fourteen years of timing residual data from the Vela pulsar have been analyzed in order to determine if a chaotic dynamical process is the origin of timing noise. Using the correlation sum technique, a dimension of about 1.5 is obtained. This low dimension indicates underlying structure in the phase residuals which may be evidence for a chaotic attractor. It is therefore possible that nonlinear dynamics intrinsic to the spin-down may be the cause of the timing noise in the Vela pulsar. However, it has been found that the stimulated random walks in frequency and frequency derivative often used to model pulsar timing noise also have low fractal dimension, using the same analysis technique. Recent work suggesting that random processes with steep power spectra can mimic strange attractors seems to be confirmed in the case of these random walks. It appears that the correlation sum estimator for dimension is unable to distinguish between chaotic and random processes.

  17. Image encryption using eight dimensional chaotic cat map

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    Ganesan, K.; Murali, K.

    2014-06-01

    In recent years, a large number of discrete chaotic cryptographic algorithms have been proposed. However, most of them encounter some problems such as lack of robustness and security. In this paper, we introduce a new image encryption algorithm based on eight-dimensional (nonlinear) chaotic cat map. Encryption of image is different from that of texts due to some intrinsic features of image such as bulk data capacity and high redundancy, which are generally difficult to handle by traditional methods. In traditional methods the key space is small and the security is weak. The proposed algorithm tries to address these problems and also tries to enhance the encryption speed. In this paper an eight dimensional chaotic cat map is used to encrypt the intensity values of pixels using lookup table method thereby significantly increasing the speed and security of encryption. The proposed algorithm is found to be resistive against chosen/known-plaintext attacks, statistical and differential attacks.

  18. A chaotic block cipher algorithm for image cryptosystems

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    Amin, Mohamed; Faragallah, Osama S.; Abd El-Latif, Ahmed A.

    2010-11-01

    Recently, many scholars have proposed chaotic cryptosystems in order to promote communication security. However, there are a number of major problems detected in some of those schemes such as weakness against differential attack, slow performance speed, and unacceptable data expansion. In this paper, we introduce a new chaotic block cipher scheme for image cryptosystems that encrypts block of bits rather than block of pixels. It encrypts 256-bits of plainimage to 256-bits of cipherimage within eight 32-bit registers. The scheme employs the cryptographic primitive operations and a non-linear transformation function within encryption operation, and adopts round keys for encryption using a chaotic system. The new scheme is able to encrypt large size of images with superior performance speed than other schemes. The security analysis of the new scheme confirms a high security level and fairly uniform distribution.

  19. Study on Singularity of Chaotic Signal Based on Wavelet Transform

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    YOU Rong-yi

    2006-01-01

    Based on the variations of wavelet transform modulus maxima at multi-scales,the singularity of chaotic signals are studied,and the singularity of these signals are measured by the Lipschitz exponent.In the meantime,a nonlinear method is proposed based on the higher order statistics,on the other aspect,which characterizes the higher order singular spectrum (HOSS) of chaotic signals.All computations are done with Lorenz attractor,Rossler attractor and EEG (electroencephalogram) time series and the comparisions among these results are made.The experimental results show that the Lipschitz exponents and the higher order singular spectra of these signals are significantly different from each other,which indicates these methods are effective for studing the singularity of chaotic signals.

  20. Phenomena of optic-bound effect on fibre optic gyro

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    Song Ning-Fang; Zhang Chun-Xi; Jin Jing

    2007-01-01

    The optic-bound effect on fibre optic gyro (FOG) precision is analysed theoretically,and formulas describing the change of FOG light power under the action of optic-bound effect axe given.It is confirmed that optic-bound effect is a main instantaneous non-reciprocity effect of FOG in addition to the Sagnac effect and can lead to a dynamic error of FOG in practical environments.An approach to suppressing or eliminating the error due to the optic-bound effect is presented and verified experimentally.The result shows that the approach is valid and the precision of FOG is improved observably.

  1. Controlling Chaotic Lasers

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    Gills, Zelda; Roy, Rajarshi

    1995-01-01

    Irregular fluctuations in intensity have long plagued the operation of a wide variety of solid-state lasers. We are exploring the possibility of exploiting rather than avoiding a laser's chaotic output. As an important step in that direction, we have applied a novel control technique to stabilize a solid state laser. By making small periodic changes in only one input parameter of the laser, we are able to stabilize complex periodic waveforms and steady state behavior in the laser output. We demonstrate the application of this approach in a diode pumped Nd:/YAG laser system.

  2. Chaotic rotation of Hyperion?

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    Binzel, R. P.; Green, J. R.; Opal, C. B.

    1986-01-01

    Thomas et al. (1984) analyzed 14 Voyager 2 images of Saturn's satellite Hyperion and interpreted them to be consistent with a coherent (nonchaotic) rotation period of 13.1 days. This interpretation was criticized by Peale and Wisdom (1984), who argued that the low sampling frequency of Voyager data does not allow chaotic or nonchaotic rotation to be distinguished. New observations obtained with a higher sampling frequency are reported here which conclusively show that the 13.1 day period found by Thomas et al. was not due to coherent rotation.

  3. Disordered chaotic strings

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    Schäfer, Mirko; Greiner, Martin

    Chaotic strings are coupled Tchebyscheff maps on a ring-network. With a well-specified empirical prescription they are able to explain the coupling constants of the standard model of elementary particle physics. This empirical relationship is tested further by introducing a tunable disorder to ch...... of the standard model of elementary particle physics. For the electromagnetic sector it is found that already a small disorder pushes the associated energy scale of the running coupling constant far away from the result without disorder....

  4. Blowout bifurcation of chaotic saddles

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    Tomasz Kapitaniak

    1999-01-01

    Full Text Available Chaotic saddles are nonattracting dynamical invariant sets that can lead to a variety of physical phenomena. We describe the blowout bifurcation of chaotic saddles located in the symmetric invariant manifold of coupled systems and discuss dynamical phenomena associated with this bifurcation.

  5. Chaotic systems in optical communications

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    Siuzdak, J.

    2016-09-01

    Communications application of chaotic oscillations of lasers with optoelectronic feedback was discussed. The possibility of eavesdropping of the transmission was analyzed. It was proved that if the rogue party precisely knows parameters of the chaotic system it may recreate the entire signals solely by observation of the optical signal power causing security breach.

  6. Chaotic Dynamics of the Partially Follower-Loaded Elastic Double Pendulum

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    Thomsen, Jon Juel

    1995-01-01

    The non-linear dynamics of the elastically restrained double pendulum, with non-conservative follower-type loading and linear damping, is re-examined with specific reference to the occurrence of chaotic motion. A local non-linear perturbation analysis is performed, showing that in three distinct ...

  7. Parameter Identification and Synchronization of Uncertain Chaotic Systems Based on Sliding Mode Observer

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    Li-lian Huang

    2013-01-01

    Full Text Available The synchronization of nonlinear uncertain chaotic systems is investigated. We propose a sliding mode state observer scheme which combines the sliding mode control with observer theory and apply it into the uncertain chaotic system with unknown parameters and bounded interference. Based on Lyapunov stability theory, the constraints of synchronization and proof are given. This method not only can realize the synchronization of chaotic systems, but also identify the unknown parameters and obtain the correct parameter estimation. Otherwise, the synchronization of chaotic systems with unknown parameters and bounded external disturbances is robust by the design of the sliding surface. Finally, numerical simulations on Liu chaotic system with unknown parameters and disturbances are carried out. Simulation results show that this synchronization and parameter identification has been totally achieved and the effectiveness is verified very well.

  8. Robust finite-time stabilization of unified chaotic complex systems with certain and uncertain parameters

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    Liu Ping

    2013-01-01

    This paper deals with the finite-time stabilization of unified chaotic complex systems with known and unknown parameters.Based on the finite-time stability theory,nonlinear control laws are presented to achieve finite-time chaos control of the determined and uncertain unified chaotic complex systems,respectively.The two controllers are simple,and one of the uncertain unified chaotic complex systems is robust.For the design of a finite-time controller on uncertain unified chaotic complex systems,only some of the unknown parameters need to be bounded.Simulation results for the chaotic complex Lorenz,Lü and Chen systems are presented to validate the design and analysis.

  9. The chaotic rotation of Hyperion

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    Wisdom, J.; Peale, S. J.; Mignard, F.

    1984-01-01

    Under the assumption that the satellite is rotating about a principal axis that is normal to its orbit plane, a plot of spin rate-versus-orientation for Hyperion at the pericenter of its orbit has revealed a large, chaotic zone surrounding Hyperion's synchronous spin-orbit state. The chaotic zone is so large that it surrounds the 1/2 and 2 states, and libration in the 3/2 state is not possible. Rotation in the chaotic zone is also attitude-unstable. As tidal dissipation drives Hyperion's spin toward a nearly synchronous value, Hyperion necessarily enters the large chaotic zone, becoming attitude-unstable and tumbling. It is therefore predicted that Hyperion will be found to be tumbling chaotically.

  10. Identifying Chaotic FitzHugh–Nagumo Neurons Using Compressive Sensing

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    Ri-Qi Su

    2014-07-01

    Full Text Available We develop a completely data-driven approach to reconstructing coupled neuronal networks that contain a small subset of chaotic neurons. Such chaotic elements can be the result of parameter shift in their individual dynamical systems and may lead to abnormal functions of the network. To accurately identify the chaotic neurons may thus be necessary and important, for example, applying appropriate controls to bring the network to a normal state. However, due to couplings among the nodes, the measured time series, even from non-chaotic neurons, would appear random, rendering inapplicable traditional nonlinear time-series analysis, such as the delay-coordinate embedding method, which yields information about the global dynamics of the entire network. Our method is based on compressive sensing. In particular, we demonstrate that identifying chaotic elements can be formulated as a general problem of reconstructing the nodal dynamical systems, network connections and all coupling functions, as well as their weights. The working and efficiency of the method are illustrated by using networks of non-identical FitzHugh–Nagumo neurons with randomly-distributed coupling weights.

  11. Hubble Space Telescope Reduced-Gyro Control Law Design, Implementation, and On-Orbit Performance

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    Clapp, Brian R.; Ramsey, Patrick R.; Wirzburger, John H.; Smith, Daniel C.; VanArsadall, John C.

    2008-01-01

    Following gyro failures in April 2001 and April 2003, HST Pointing Control System engineers designed reduced-gyro control laws to extend the spacecraft science mission. The Two-Gyro Science (TGS) and One-Gyro Science (OGS) control laws were designed and implemented using magnetometers, star trackers, and Fine Guidance Sensors in succession to control vehicle rate about the missing gyro axes. Both TGS and OGS have demonstrated on-orbit pointing stability of 7 milli-arcseconds or less, which depends upon the guide star magnitude used by the Fine Guidance Sensor. This paper describes the design, implementation, and on-orbit performance of the TGS and OGS control law fine-pointing modes using Fixed Head Star Trackers and Fine Guidance Sensors, after successfully achieving coarse-pointing control using magnetometers.

  12. A method for cleaning optical precision surface of laser gyro cavity

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    Cui, Ying; Jiao, Ling Yan; Lin, Na Na; Zhang, Dong

    2016-10-01

    Laser gyro is the only one non-electromechanical high-precision inertial sensitive instruments in aircraft inertial guidance systems. Ultra high vacuum acquisition is a key segment during the manufacturing process of laser gyro. The surface cleanliness and integrity have decisive influence on the sealing performance of ultra-high vacuum. A cleaning technology for the optical surface of laser gyro cavity was found by experiment. Meanwhile, the analysis of the adsorption mechanism of contaminant on the laser gyro cavity surface and overview of common optical element cleaning technology were given. The result showed that the new cleaning technology improved the cleanliness of the cavity optical surface without any damage and provided a reliable solution for chronic leak of high precision laser gyro cavity.

  13. Schwarzian derivative as a proof of the chaotic behaviour

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    Zeynep Güven Özdemir

    2011-12-01

    In recent years, a sufficient condition for determining chaotic behaviours of the nonlinear systems has been characterized by the negative Schwarzian derivative (Hacıbekiroğlu et al, Nonlinear Anal.: Real World Appl. 10, 1270 (2009)). In this work, the Schwarzian derivative has been calculated for investigating the quantum chaotic transition points in the high-temperature superconducting frame of reference, which is known as a nonlinear dynamical system that displays some macroscopic quantum effects. In our previous works, two quantum chaotic transition points of the critical transition temperature, c, and paramagnetic Meissner transition temperature, PME, have been phenomenologically predicted for the mercury-based high-temperature superconductors (Onbaşlı et al, Chaos, Solitons and Fractals 42, 1980 (2009); Aslan et al, J. Phys.: Conf. Ser. 153, 012002 (2009); Çataltepe, Superconductor (Sciyo Company, India, 2010)). The c, at which the one-dimensional global gauge symmetry is spontaneously broken, refers to the second-order phase transition, whereas the PME, at which time reversal symmetry is broken, indicates the change in the direction of orbital current in the system (Onbaşlı et al, Chaos, Solitons and Fractals 42, 1980 (2009)). In this context, the chaotic behaviour of the mercury-based high-temperature superconductors has been investigated by means of the Schwarzian derivative of the magnetic moment versus temperature. In all calculations, the Schwarzian derivatives have been found to be negative at both c and PME which are in agreement with the chaotic behaviour of the system.

  14. Chaotic System Identification Based on a Fuzzy Wiener Model with Particle Swarm Optimization

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    LI Yong; TANG Ying-Gan

    2010-01-01

    @@ A fuzzy Wiener model is proposed to identify chaotic systems.The proposed fuzzy Wiener model consists of two parts,one is a linear dynamic subsystem and the other is a static nonlinear part,which is represented by the Takagi-Sugeno fuzzy model Identification of chaotic systems is converted to find optimal parameters of the fuzzy Wiener model by minimizing the state error between the original chaotic system and the fuzzy Wiener model.Particle swarm optimization algorithm,a global optimizer,is used to search the optimal parameter of the fuzzy Wiener model.The proposed method can identify the parameters of the linear part and nonlinear part simultaneously.Numerical simulations for Henón and Lozi chaotic system identification show the effectiveness of the proposed method.

  15. Fuzzy Modeling, Tracking Control and Synchronization of the Rossler's Chaotic System

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    方建安; 范丹丹

    2004-01-01

    In this paper, a novel method to model, track control and synchronize the Rossler's chaotic system is proposed. The fuzzy logical system is used so that the fuzzy inference rule is transferred into a type of variable coef ficient nonlinear ordinary differential equation. Consequently the model of the chaotic system is obtained. Then a fuzzy tracking control and a fuzzy synchronization for chaotic systems is proposed as well. First, a known tracking control for the Rossler's system is used in this paper. We represent the Rossler's chaotic and control systems into fuzzy inference rules. Then the variable coefficient nonlinear ordinary differential equation is also got. Simulation results show that such an approach is effective and has a high precision.

  16. Is the normal heart rate "chaotic" due to respiration?

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    Wessel, Niels; Riedl, Maik; Kurths, Jürgen

    2009-06-01

    The incidence of cardiovascular diseases increases with the growth of the human population and an aging society, leading to very high expenses in the public health system. Therefore, it is challenging to develop sophisticated methods in order to improve medical diagnostics. The question whether the normal heart rate is chaotic or not is an attempt to elucidate the underlying mechanisms of cardiovascular dynamics and therefore a highly controversial topical challenge. In this contribution we demonstrate that linear and nonlinear parameters allow us to separate completely the data sets of the three groups provided for this controversial topic in nonlinear dynamics. The question whether these time series are chaotic or not cannot be answered satisfactorily without investigating the underlying mechanisms leading to them. We give an example of the dominant influence of respiration on heart beat dynamics, which shows that observed fluctuations can be mostly explained by respiratory modulations of heart rate and blood pressure (coefficient of determination: 96%). Therefore, we recommend reformulating the following initial question: "Is the normal heart rate chaotic?" We rather ask the following: "Is the normal heart rate 'chaotic' due to respiration?"

  17. A Multistep Chaotic Model for Municipal Solid Waste Generation Prediction.

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    Song, Jingwei; He, Jiaying

    2014-08-01

    In this study, a univariate local chaotic model is proposed to make one-step and multistep forecasts for daily municipal solid waste (MSW) generation in Seattle, Washington. For MSW generation prediction with long history data, this forecasting model was created based on a nonlinear dynamic method called phase-space reconstruction. Compared with other nonlinear predictive models, such as artificial neural network (ANN) and partial least square-support vector machine (PLS-SVM), and a commonly used linear seasonal autoregressive integrated moving average (sARIMA) model, this method has demonstrated better prediction accuracy from 1-step ahead prediction to 14-step ahead prediction assessed by both mean absolute percentage error (MAPE) and root mean square error (RMSE). Max error, MAPE, and RMSE show that chaotic models were more reliable than the other three models. As chaotic models do not involve random walk, their performance does not vary while ANN and PLS-SVM make different forecasts in each trial. Moreover, this chaotic model was less time consuming than ANN and PLS-SVM models.

  18. Geostationary Operational Environmental Satellite (GOES) Gyro Temperature Model

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    Rowe, J. N.; Noonan, C. H.; Garrick, J.

    1996-01-01

    The geostationary Operational Environmental Satellite (GOES) 1/M series of spacecraft are geostationary weather satellites that use the latest in weather imaging technology. The inertial reference unit package onboard consists of three gyroscopes measuring angular velocity along each of the spacecraft's body axes. This digital integrating rate assembly (DIRA) is calibrated and used to maintain spacecraft attitude during orbital delta-V maneuvers. During the early orbit support of GOES-8 (April 1994), the gyro drift rate biases exhibited a large dependency on gyro temperature. This complicated the calibration and introduced errors into the attitude during delta-V maneuvers. Following GOES-8, a model of the DIRA temperature and drift rate bias variation was developed for GOES-9 (May 1995). This model was used to project a value of the DIRA bias to use during the orbital delta-V maneuvers based on the bias change observed as the DIRA warmed up during the calibration. The model also optimizes the yaw reorientation necessary to achieve the correct delta-V pointing attitude. As a result, a higher accuracy was achieved on GOES-9 leading to more efficient delta-V maneuvers and a propellant savings. This paper summarizes the: Data observed on GOES-8 and the complications it caused in calibration; DIRA temperature/drift rate model; Application and results of the model on GOES-9 support.

  19. Bifurcation Scenarios of Neural Firing Patterns across Two Separated Chaotic Regions as Indicated by Theoretical and Biological Experimental Models

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    Huaguang Gu

    2013-01-01

    Full Text Available Nonlinear dynamics can be used to identify relationships between different firing patterns, which play important roles in the information processing. The present study provides novel biological experimental findings regarding complex bifurcation scenarios from period-1 bursting to period-1 spiking with chaotic firing patterns. These bifurcations were found to be similar to those simulated using the Hindmarsh-Rose model across two separated chaotic regions. One chaotic region lay between period-1 and period-2 burstings. This region has not attracted much attention. The other region is a well-known comb-shaped chaotic region, and it appears after period-2 bursting. After period-2 bursting, the chaotic firings lay in a period-adding bifurcation scenario or in a period-doubling bifurcation cascade. The deterministic dynamics of the chaotic firing patterns were identified using a nonlinear prediction method. These results provided details regarding the processes and dynamics of bifurcation containing the chaotic bursting between period-1 and period-2 burstings and other chaotic firing patterns within the comb-shaped chaotic region. They also provided details regarding the relationships between different firing patterns in parameter space.

  20. Further results on complete synchronization for noise-perturbed chaotic systems

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    Zhou, Jie; Chen, Zhang

    2008-08-01

    In this Letter, a class of general systems which covers several famous chaotic systems is studied in complete synchronization with noise perturbation. Special nonlinear coupling techniques as well as LaSalle-type invariance principle of stochastic differential equations are employed to deduce our sufficient conditions for complete synchronization without involving the boundedness of chaotic systems. Furthermore, the correlative numerical simulations are given to illustrate the effectiveness of our theoretic results.

  1. Further results on complete synchronization for noise-perturbed chaotic systems

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    Zhou Jie [Research Center and Laboratory of Mathematics for Nonlinear Science, School of Mathematical Sciences, Fudan University, Shanghai 200433 (China)], E-mail: 031018020@fudan.edu.cn; Chen Zhang [School of Mathematics, Shandong University, Jinan 250100 (China)], E-mail: chenzhangcz@163.com

    2008-08-11

    In this Letter, a class of general systems which covers several famous chaotic systems is studied in complete synchronization with noise perturbation. Special nonlinear coupling techniques as well as LaSalle-type invariance principle of stochastic differential equations are employed to deduce our sufficient conditions for complete synchronization without involving the boundedness of chaotic systems. Furthermore, the correlative numerical simulations are given to illustrate the effectiveness of our theoretic results.

  2. An Audio Data Encryption with Single and Double Dimension Discrete-Time Chaotic Systems

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    AKGÜL, Akif; KAÇAR, Sezgin; Pehlivan, İhsan

    2015-01-01

    — In this article, a study on increasing security of audio data encryption with single and double dimension discrete-time chaotic systems was carried out and application and security analyses were executed. Audio data samples of both mono and stereo types were encrypted. In the application here, single and double dimension discrete-time chaotic systems were used. In order to enhance security during encryption, a different method was applied by also using a non-linear function. In the chaos ba...

  3. Chaos control in delayed chaotic systems via sliding mode based delayed feedback

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    Vasegh, Nastaran [Faculty of Electrical Engineering, K.N. Toosi University of Technology, Seyed Khandan Bridge, Shariati St. 16314, P.O. Box 16315-1355, Tehran (Iran, Islamic Republic of)], E-mail: vasegh@eetd.kntu.ac.ir; Sedigh, Ali Khaki [Faculty of Electrical Engineering, K.N. Toosi University of Technology, Seyed Khandan Bridge, Shariati St. 16314, P.O. Box 16315-1355, Tehran (Iran, Islamic Republic of)

    2009-04-15

    This paper investigates chaos control for scalar delayed chaotic systems using sliding mode control strategy. Sliding surface design is based on delayed feedback controller. It is shown that the proposed controller can achieve stability for an arbitrary unstable fixed point (UPF) or unstable periodic orbit (UPO) with arbitrary period. The chaotic system used in this study to illustrate the theoretical concepts is the well known Mackey-Glass model. Simulation results show the effectiveness of the designed nonlinear sliding mode controller.

  4. A novel fractional sliding mode control configuration for synchronizing disturbed fractional-order chaotic systems

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    KARIMA RABAH; SAMIR LADACI; MOHAMED LASHAB

    2017-09-01

    In this paper, a new design of fractional-order sliding mode control scheme is proposed for the synchronization of a class of nonlinear fractional-order systems with chaotic behaviour. The considered design approach provides a set of fractional-order laws that guarantee asymptotic stability of fractional-order chaotic systems in the sense of the Lyapunov stability theorem. Two illustrative simulation examples on the fractional-order Genesio–Tesi chaotic systems and the fractional-order modified Jerk systems are provided. These examples show the effectiveness and robustness of this control solution.

  5. Design and implementation of a novel multi-scroll chaotic system

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    Zhang Chao-Xia; Yu Si-Min

    2009-01-01

    This paper proposes a novel approach for generating a multi-scroll chaotic system. Together with the theoretical design and numerical simulations, three different types of attractor are available, governed by constructing triangular wave, sawtooth wave and hysteresis sequence. The presented new multi-scroll chaotic system is different from the classical multi-scroll chaotic Chua system in dimensionless state equations, nonlinear functions and maximum Lyapunov exponents. In addition, the basic dynamical behaviours, including equilibrium points, eigenvalues, eigenvectors, eigenplanes, bifurcation diagrams and Lyapunov exponents, are further investigated. The success of the design is illustrated by both numerical simulations and circuit experiments.

  6. Hybrid Projective Synchronization for Two Identical Fractional-Order Chaotic Systems

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    Ping Zhou

    2012-01-01

    Full Text Available A hybrid projective synchronization scheme for two identical fractional-order chaotic systems is proposed in this paper. Based on the stability theory of fractional-order systems, a controller for the synchronization of two identical fractional-order chaotic systems is designed. This synchronization scheme needs not to absorb all the nonlinear terms of response system. Hybrid projective synchronization for the fractional-order Chen chaotic system and hybrid projective synchronization for the fractional-order hyperchaotic Lu system are used to demonstrate the validity and feasibility of the proposed scheme.

  7. Synchronization and Stabilization of Chaotic Dynamics in a Quasi-1D Bose-Einstein Condensate

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    B. A. Idowu

    2013-01-01

    Full Text Available A nonlinear control is proposed for the exponential stabilization and synchronization of chaotic behaviour in a model of Bose-Einstein condensate (BEC. The active control technique is designed based on Lyapunov stability theory and Routh-Hurwitz criteria. The control design approach in both cases guarantees the stability of the controlled states. Whereas the synchronization of two identical BEC in their chaotic states can be realized using the scheme; a suitable controller is also capable of driving the otherwise chaotic oscillation to a stable state which could be expected in practice. The effectiveness of this technique is theoretically and numerically demonstrated.

  8. Synchronization of the time-varying parameter chaotic system and its application to secure communication

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    牟静; 陶超; 杜功焕

    2003-01-01

    In this paper we propose and investigate the synchronization of a new chaotic model with time-varying parameters and apply it to improve the security of chaotic communication. In this model, the chaotic system is modulated by both the message and the varying parameters. The varying parameters distort the phase space so heavily that they prevent the carrier from being broken by nonlinear dynamic forecasting method. Theory and simulation experiments with speech signal communication indicate that the receiver can gain a perfect synchronization with the transmitter, and the intruder cannot break down this communication system. We also discuss the robustness of the new communication system.

  9. Synchronization of the time—varying parameter chaotic system and its application to secure communication

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    Mujing; TaoChao; DuGong-Huan

    2003-01-01

    In this paper we propose and investigate the synchronization of a new chaotic model with time-varying parameters and apply it to improve the security of chaotic communication. In this model, the chaotic system is modulated by both the message and the varying parameters. The varying parameters distort the phase space so heavily that they prevent the carrier from being broken by nonlinear dynamic forecasting method. Theory and simulation experiments with speech signal communication indicate that the receiver can gain a perfect synchronization with the transmitter, and the intruder cannot break down this communication system. We also discuss the robustness of the new communication system.

  10. Synchronization and anti-synchronization of chaotic systems: A differential and algebraic approach

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    Martinez-Guerra, Rafael [Departamento de Control Automatico, Cinvestav-IPN A. P. 14-740, Av. IPN 2508, 07360 Mexico, D.F. (Mexico)], E-mail: rguerra@ctrl.cinvestav.mx; Pasaye, Jose Juan Rincon [Departamento de Control Automatico, Cinvestav-IPN A. P. 14-740, Av. IPN 2508, 07360 Mexico, D.F. (Mexico)], E-mail: jrincon@ctrl.cinvestav.mx

    2009-10-30

    Chaotic systems synchronization and anti-synchronization problems are tackled by means of differential and algebraic techniques for nonlinear systems. An algebraic observer is proposed for systems satisfying an algebraic observability condition. This observer can be used as a slave system whose states are synchronized with the master (chaotic) system. This approach has the advantages of being independent of the chaotic nature of the master system, it uses a reduced set of measurable signal from the master system and it also solves the anti-synchronization problem as a straightforward extension of the synchronization one. A Colpitts oscillator is given to illustrate the effectiveness of the suggested approach.

  11. Study on Super-Twisting synchronization control of chaotic system based on U model

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    Jianhua ZHANG

    2016-06-01

    Full Text Available A U model based Super-Twisting synchronization control method for chaotic systems is proposed. The chaos control of chaotic systems is prescribed, then, based on the current research status of chaotic systems and some useful research results in nonlinear system design, some new methods for chaos control and synchronization are provided, and the controller is designed to achieve the finite time chaos synchronization. The numerical simulations are carried out for Lorenz system and Chen system, and the result proves the effectiveness of the method.

  12. Chaotic time series. Part II. System Identification and Prediction

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    Bjørn Lillekjendlie

    1994-10-01

    Full Text Available This paper is the second in a series of two, and describes the current state of the art in modeling and prediction of chaotic time series. Sample data from deterministic non-linear systems may look stochastic when analysed with linear methods. However, the deterministic structure may be uncovered and non-linear models constructed that allow improved prediction. We give the background for such methods from a geometrical point of view, and briefly describe the following types of methods: global polynomials, local polynomials, multilayer perceptrons and semi-local methods including radial basis functions. Some illustrative examples from known chaotic systems are presented, emphasising the increase in prediction error with time. We compare some of the algorithms with respect to prediction accuracy and storage requirements, and list applications of these methods to real data from widely different areas.

  13. Chaotic time series; 2, system identification and prediction

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    Lillekjendlie, B

    1994-01-01

    This paper is the second in a series of two, and describes the current state of the art in modelling and prediction of chaotic time series. Sampled data from deterministic non-linear systems may look stochastic when analysed with linear methods. However, the deterministic structure may be uncovered and non-linear models constructed that allow improved prediction. We give the background for such methods from a geometrical point of view, and briefly describe the following types of methods: global polynomials, local polynomials, multi layer perceptrons and semi-local methods including radial basis functions. Some illustrative examples from known chaotic systems are presented, emphasising the increase in prediction error with time. We compare some of the algorithms with respect to prediction accuracy and storage requirements, and list applications of these methods to real data from widely different areas.

  14. NATO Advanced Study Institute on Chaotic Dynamics : Theory and Practice

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    1992-01-01

    Many conferences, meetings, workshops, summer schools and symposia on nonlinear dynamical systems are being organized these days, dealing with a great variety of topics and themes -classical and quantum, theoretical and experimental. Some focus on integrability, or discuss the mathematical foundations of chaos. Others explore the beauty of fractals, or examine endless possibilities of applications to problems of physics, chemistry, biology and other sciences. A new scientific discipline has thus emerged, with its own distinct philosophical viewpoint and an impressive arsenal of new methods and techniques, which may be called Chaotic Dynamics. Perhaps its most outstanding achievement so far has been to shed new light on many long­ standing issues involving complicated, irregular or "chaotic" nonlinear phenomena. The concepts of randomness, complexity and unpredictability have been critically re-examined and the fundamental importance of scaling, self-similarity and sensitive dependence on parameters a...

  15. Chaotic ferroresonance in a non-autonomous circuit

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    Hui Meng; Zhang Yan-Bin; Liu Chong-Xin

    2008-01-01

    Accurate description of magnetization curve has important effect on ferroresonance.In most of earlier ferroresonance studies the magnetization curve is modelled a8 a 3rd or 5th order polynomial.However,it is not comprehensive.This paper investigates the chaotic ferroresonance behaviour exhibited by a non-autonomous circuit which contains a nonlinear flux-controlled inductance.The ferromagnetic characteristic of this nonlinear inductance represented by a magnetization curve could be expressed a8 an nth order two-term polynomial.By varying the value of exponent n,the circuit can assunle a diverse range of steady-state regimes including fundamental and subharmonic ferroresonance,quasi-periodic oscillations,and chaos. A detailed analysis of some simulations demonstrates that the probability of chaos increases as the exponent of the magnetization curve rises.The effect of varying the magnitude of the source voltage on the chaotic behaviour of the circuit is also studied.

  16. Memcapacitor model and its application in chaotic oscillator with memristor

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    Wang, Guangyi; Zang, Shouchi; Wang, Xiaoyuan; Yuan, Fang; Iu, Herbert Ho-Ching

    2017-01-01

    Memristors and memcapacitors are two new nonlinear elements with memory. In this paper, we present a Hewlett-Packard memristor model and a charge-controlled memcapacitor model and design a new chaotic oscillator based on the two models for exploring the characteristics of memristors and memcapacitors in nonlinear circuits. Furthermore, many basic dynamical behaviors of the oscillator, including equilibrium sets, Lyapunov exponent spectrums, and bifurcations with various circuit parameters, are investigated theoretically and numerically. Our analysis results show that the proposed oscillator possesses complex dynamics such as an infinite number of equilibria, coexistence oscillation, and multi-stability. Finally, a discrete model of the chaotic oscillator is given and the main statistical properties of this oscillator are verified via Digital Signal Processing chip experiments and National Institute of Standards and Technology tests.

  17. Experimental chaotic quantification in bistable vortex induced vibration systems

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    Huynh, B. H.; Tjahjowidodo, T.

    2017-02-01

    The study of energy harvesting by means of vortex induced vibration systems has been initiated a few years ago and it is considered to be potential as a low water current energy source. The energy harvester is realized by exposing an elastically supported blunt structure under water flow. However, it is realized that the system will only perform at a limited operating range (water flow) that is attributed to the resonance phenomenon that occurs only at a frequency that corresponds to the fluid flow. An introduction of nonlinear elements seems to be a prominent solution to overcome the problem. Among many nonlinear elements, a bistable spring is known to be able to improve the harvested power by a vortex induced vibrations (VIV) based energy converter at the low velocity water flows. However, it is also observed that chaotic vibrations will occur at different operating ranges that will erratically diminish the harvested power and cause a difficulty in controlling the system that is due to the unpredictability in motions of the VIV structure. In order to design a bistable VIV energy converter with improved harvested power and minimum negative effect of chaotic vibrations, the bifurcation map of the system for varying governing parameters is highly on demand. In this study, chaotic vibrations of a VIV energy converter enhanced by a bistable stiffness element are quantified in a wide range of the governing parameters, i.e. damping and bistable gap. Chaotic vibrations of the bistable VIV energy converter are simulated by utilization of a wake oscillator model and quantified based on the calculation of the Lyapunov exponent. Ultimately, a series of experiments of the system in a water tunnel, facilitated by a computer-based force-feedback testing platform, is carried out to validate the existence of chaotic responses. The main challenge in dealing with experimental data is in distinguishing chaotic response from noise-contaminated periodic responses as noise will smear

  18. A Novel Concatenated Chaotic Communication System

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    2002-01-01

    A strategy for a novel concatenated chaotic communication system is presented. The transmitter system comprises chaotic turbo encoder and logistic CSK block in a serially concatenated form. Chaotic turbo code is capable of reducing bit error rate (BER) of the chaotic system in the AWGN channel. Through the chaotic turbo encoder, the coded sequence, which has quasi-chaotic properties, will be transmitted into the logistic CSK block. Having a very sensitive dependence on initial conditions of the map, the logistic CSK block can also be taken as the chaotic authentication method. The receiver, which has logistic demodulation block and chaotic decoder, is a linear asymptotic approximation to the inverse of the transmitter system. A chaotic iterative soft-decision decoding algorithm is also developed based on conventional maximum A posteriori decoding algorithm. At last, a two-step authentication method of this chaotic system is also presented.

  19. Leaking Chaotic Systems

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    Altmann, Eduardo G; Tél, Tamás

    2013-01-01

    There are numerous physical situations in which a hole or leak is introduced in an otherwise closed chaotic system. The leak can have a natural origin, it can mimic measurement devices, and it can also be used to reveal dynamical properties of the closed system. In this paper we provide an unified treatment of leaking systems and we review applications to different physical problems, both in the classical and quantum pictures. Our treatment is based on the transient chaos theory of open systems, which is essential because real leaks have finite size and therefore estimations based on the closed system differ essentially from observations. The field of applications reviewed is very broad, ranging from planetary astronomy and hydrodynamical flows, to plasma physics and quantum fidelity. The theory is expanded and adapted to the case of partial leaks (partial absorption/transmission) with applications to room acoustics and optical microcavities in mind. Simulations in the lima .con family of billiards illustrate...

  20. Chaotic systems with absorption

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    Altmann, Eduardo G; Tél, Tamás

    2013-01-01

    Motivated by applications in optics and acoustics we develop a dynamical-system approach to describe absorption in chaotic systems. We introduce an operator formalism from which we obtain (i) a general formula for the escape rate $\\kappa$ in terms of the natural conditionally-invariant measure of the system; (ii) an increased multifractality when compared to the spectrum of dimensions $D_q$ obtained without taking absorption and return times into account; and (iii) a generalization of the Kantz-Grassberger formula that expresses $D_1$ in terms of $\\kappa$, the positive Lyapunov exponent, the average return time, and a new quantity, the reflection rate. Simulations in the cardioid billiard confirm these results.

  1. Chaotic advection in blood flow.

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    Schelin, A B; Károlyi, Gy; de Moura, A P S; Booth, N A; Grebogi, C

    2009-07-01

    In this paper we argue that the effects of irregular chaotic motion of particles transported by blood can play a major role in the development of serious circulatory diseases. Vessel wall irregularities modify the flow field, changing in a nontrivial way the transport and activation of biochemically active particles. We argue that blood particle transport is often chaotic in realistic physiological conditions. We also argue that this chaotic behavior of the flow has crucial consequences for the dynamics of important processes in the blood, such as the activation of platelets which are involved in the thrombus formation.

  2. Eigenfunctions in chaotic quantum systems

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    Baecker, Arnd

    2007-07-01

    The structure of wavefunctions of quantum systems strongly depends on the underlying classical dynamics. In this text a selection of articles on eigenfunctions in systems with fully chaotic dynamics and systems with a mixed phase space is summarized. Of particular interest are statistical properties like amplitude distribution and spatial autocorrelation function and the implication of eigenfunction structures on transport properties. For systems with a mixed phase space the separation into regular and chaotic states does not always hold away from the semiclassical limit, such that chaotic states may completely penetrate into the region of the regular island. The consequences of this flooding are discussed and universal aspects highlighted. (orig.)

  3. Critical dimension for chaotic cosmology

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    Hosoya, Akio; Jensen, L.G.; Stein-Schabes, J.A.

    1987-03-16

    Using the ADM formalism for general relativity the approach to a space-time singularity of a general inhomogeneous universe, in an arbitrary number of dimensions, is studied. The question of whether chaotic behaviour is a generic feature of Einstein's equations, in an arbitrary number of dimensions, is explored. We find that models that contain ten or more spatial dimensions are non-chaotic and their approach toward the initial singularity is monotonic, whereas for those with dimensionality between four and nine their approach is chaotic. A clear geometrical picture is constructed whereby this result can be understood.

  4. Local controllability and stabilization of spacecraft attitude by two single-gimbal control moment gyros

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    Gui Haichao; Jin Lei; Xu Shijie

    2013-01-01

    The attitude control problem of a spacecraft underactuated by two single-gimbal control moment gyros (SGCMGs) is investigated. Small-time local controllability (STLC) of the attitude dynamics of the spacecraft-SGCMGs system is analyzed via nonlinear controllability theory. The conditions that guarantee STLC of the spacecraft attitude by two non-coaxial SGCMGs are obtained with the momentum of the SGCMGs as inputs, implying that the spacecraft attitude is STLC when the total angular momentum of the whole system is zero. Moreover, our results indi-cate that under the zero-momentum restriction, full attitude stabilization is possible for a spacecraft using two non-coaxial SGCMGs. For the case of two coaxial SGCMGs, the STLC property of the spacecraft cannot be determined. In this case, an improvement to the previous full attitude stabiliz-ing control law, which requires zero-momentum presumption, is proposed to account for the singu-larity of SGCMGs and enhance the steady state performance. Numerical simulation results demonstrate the effectiveness and advantages of the new control law.

  5. Weak turbulence theory and simulation of the gyro-water-bag model.

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    Besse, Nicolas; Bertrand, Pierre; Morel, Pierre; Gravier, Etienne

    2008-05-01

    The thermal confinement time of a magnetized fusion plasma is essentially determined by turbulent heat conduction across the equilibrium magnetic field. To achieve the study of turbulent thermal diffusivities, Vlasov gyrokinetic description of the magnetically confined plasmas is now commonly adopted, and offers the advantage over fluid models (MHD, gyrofluid) to take into account nonlinear resonant wave-particle interactions which may impact significantly the predicted turbulent transport. Nevertheless kinetic codes require a huge amount of computer resources and this constitutes the main drawback of this approach. A unifying approach is to consider the water-bag representation of the statistical distribution function because it allows us to keep the underlying kinetic features of the problem, while reducing the Vlasov kinetic model into a set of hydrodynamic equations, resulting in a numerical cost comparable to that needed for solving multifluid models. The present paper addresses the gyro-water-bag model derived as a water-bag-like weak solution of the Vlasov gyrokinetic models. We propose a quasilinear analysis of this model to retrieve transport coefficients allowing us to estimate turbulent thermal diffusivities without computing the full fluctuations. We next derive another self-consistent quasilinear model, suitable for numerical simulation, that we approximate by means of discontinuous Galerkin methods.

  6. Advances in the simulation of toroidal gyro Landau fluid model turbulence

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    Waltz, R.E. [General Atomics, San Diego, CA (United States); Kerbel, G.D.; Milovich, J. [Lawrence Livermore National Lab., CA (United States); Hammett, G.W. [Princeton Univ., NJ (United States). Plasma Physics Lab.

    1994-12-01

    The gyro-Landau fluid (GLF) model equations for toroidal geometry have been recently applied to the study ion temperature gradient (ITG) mode turbulence using the 3D nonlinear ballooning mode representation (BMR). The present paper extends this work by treating some unresolved issues conceming ITG turbulence with adiabatic electrons. Although eddies are highly elongated in the radial direction long time radial correlation lengths are short and comparable to poloidal lengths. Although transport at vanishing shear is not particularly large, transport at reverse global shear, is significantly less. Electrostatic transport at moderate shear is not much effected by inclusion of local shear and average favorable curvature. Transport is suppressed when critical E{times}B rotational shear is comparable to the maximum linear growth rate with only a weak dependence on magnetic shear. Self consistent turbulent transport of toroidal momentum can result in a transport bifurcation at suffciently large r/(Rq). However the main thrust of the new formulation in the paper deals with advances in the development of finite beta GLF models with trapped electron and BMR numerical methods for treating the fast parallel field motion of the untrapped electrons.

  7. Secure and Efficient Pseudorandom Bit Generator for Chaotic Stream Ciphers

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    WANG Xiao-Min; ZHANG Jia-Shu

    2007-01-01

    Based on the entropy criterion and n-dimensional uniform distribution of nonlinear digital filter (NDF), we present an efficient NDF-based pseudorandom bit generator (NDF-PRBG) for chaotic stream ciphers. The cryptographic properties of the proposed NDF-PRBG are analysed, and some experiments are made. The results show that it has desirable cryptographic properties, and can be used to construct secure stream ciphers with high speed.

  8. Synchronization of a chaotic optical system using control

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    Lai, Ying-Cheng; Grebogi, Celso

    1993-11-01

    It has been demonstrated that two identical chaotic systems can be made to synchronize by applying small, judiciously chosen, temporal parameter perturbations to one of them [Y. C. Lai and C. Grebogi, Phys. Rev. E 47, 2357(1993)]. This idea is applied to a nonlinear optical ring resonator modeled by the Ikeda-Hammel-Jones-Maloney map. The average time to achieve synchronization and the effect of noise are also discussed.

  9. Experimentally determined chaotic phase synchronization in a neuronal system

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    Makarenko, Vladimir; Llinás, Rodolfo

    1998-01-01

    Mathematical analysis of the subthreshold oscillatory properties of inferior olivary neurons in vitro indicates that the oscillation is nonlinear and supports low dimensional chaotic dynamics. This property leads to the generation of complex functional states that can be attained rapidly via phase coherence that conform to the category of “generalized synchronization.” Functionally, this translates into neuronal ensemble properties that can support maximum functional permissiveness and that rapidly can transform into robustly determined multicellular coherence. PMID:9861041

  10. Chaotic nature of mesh networks with distributed routing

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    Rucinski, Andrzej; Drexel, Peter G.; Dziurla, Barbara

    1991-04-01

    This paper proposes a new formalism to classify distributed systems. Traditional tools like queuing theory Markov chains and perturbance analysis assume linear system behaviors and are used to characterize steady state operation meaningful only if the dynamic transients are disregarded. An approach based upon methodology used to characterize nonlinear chaotic systems is introduced. A simulation model a mesh of processors with distributed routing is used to demonstrate typical behaviors including chaos.

  11. Building a Chaotic Proved Neural Network

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    Bahi, Jacques M; Salomon, Michel

    2011-01-01

    Chaotic neural networks have received a great deal of attention these last years. In this paper we establish a precise correspondence between the so-called chaotic iterations and a particular class of artificial neural networks: global recurrent multi-layer perceptrons. We show formally that it is possible to make these iterations behave chaotically, as defined by Devaney, and thus we obtain the first neural networks proven chaotic. Several neural networks with different architectures are trained to exhibit a chaotical behavior.

  12. A new multi-scroll chaotic system

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    Wang Fa-Qiang; Liu Chong-Xin

    2006-01-01

    This paper proposes a new simple autonomous chaotic system which can generate multi-scroll chaotic attractors.The characteristic of this new multi-scroll chaotic system is that the 4n + 2m +4-scroll chaotic attractors are generated easily with n and m varying under n ≤ m. Various number of scroll chaotic attractors are illustrated not on ly by computer simulation but also by the realization of an electronic circuit experiment on EWB (Electronics Workbench).

  13. Benchmarking the GENE and GYRO codes through the relative roles of electromagnetic and E  ×  B stabilization in JET high-performance discharges

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    Bravenec, R.; Citrin, J.; Candy, J.; Mantica, P.; Görler, T.; contributors, JET

    2016-12-01

    Nonlinear gyrokinetic simulations using the GENE code have previously predicted a significant nonlinear enhanced electromagnetic stabilization in certain JET discharges with high neutral-beam power and low core magnetic shear (Citrin et al 2013 Phys. Rev. Lett. 111 155001, 2015 Plasma Phys. Control. Fusion 57 014032). This dominates over the impact of E  ×  B flow shear in these discharges. Furthermore, fast ions were shown to be a major contributor to the electromagnetic stabilization. These conclusions were based on results from the GENE gyrokinetic turbulence code. In this work we verify these results using the GYRO code. Comparing results (linear frequencies, eigenfunctions, and nonlinear fluxes) from different gyrokinetic codes as a means of verification (benchmarking) is only convincing if the codes agree for more than one discharge. Otherwise, agreement may simply be fortuitous. Therefore, we analyze three discharges, all with a carbon wall: a simplified, two-species, circular geometry case based on an actual JET discharge; an L-mode discharge with a significant fast-ion pressure fraction; and a low-triangularity high-β hybrid discharge. All discharges were analyzed at normalized toroidal flux coordinate ρ  =  0.33 where significant ion temperature peaking is observed. The GYRO simulations support the conclusion that electromagnetic stabilization is strong, and dominates E  ×  B shear stabilization.

  14. Steering Law Controlling the Constant Speeds of Control Moment Gyros

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    KOYASAKO, Y.; TAKAHASHI, M.

    2016-09-01

    To enable the agile control of satellites, using control moment gyros (CMGs) has become increasingly necessary because of their ability to generate large amounts of torque. However, CMGs have a singularity problem whereby the torque by the CMGs degenerates from three dimensions to two dimensions, affecting spacecraft attitude control performance. This study proposes a new steering control law for CMGs by controlling the constant speed of a CMG. The proposed method enables agile attitude changes, according to the required task, by managing the total angular momentum of the CMGs by considering the distance to external singularities. In the proposed method, the total angular momentum is biased in a specific direction and the angular momentum envelope is extended. The design method can increase the net angular momentum of CMGs which can be exchanged with the satellite. The effectiveness of the proposed method is demonstrated by numerical simulations.

  15. Chaotic Behavior of Heart Rate Signals during Chi and Kundalini Meditation

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    Atefeh Goshvarpour

    2012-03-01

    Full Text Available Nonlinear dynamics has been introduced to the analysis of biological data and increasingly recognized to be functionally relevant. The aim of this study is to quantify and compare the contribution of nonlinear and chaotic dynamics of human heart rate variability during two forms of meditation: (i Chinese Chi (or Qigong meditation and (ii Kundalini Yoga meditation. For this purpose, Poincare plots, Lyapunov exponents and Hurst exponents of heart rate variability signals were analyzed. In this study, we examined the different behavior of heart rate signals during two specific meditation techniques. The results show that heart rate signals became more periodic and their chaotic behavior was decreased in both techniques of meditation. Therefore, nonlinear chaotic indices may serve as a quantitative measure for psychophysiological states such as meditation. In addition, different forms of meditation appear to differentially alter specific components of heart rate signals.

  16. Chaotic synchronization via linear controller

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    Chen Feng-Xiang; Zhang Wei-Dong

    2007-01-01

    A technical framework of constructing a linear controller for chaotic synchronization by utilizing the stability theory of cascade-connected system is presented. Based on the method developed in the paper, two simple and linear feedback controllers, as examples, are derived for the synchronization of Liu chaotic system and Duffing oscillator, respectively.This method is quite flexible in constructing a control law. Its effectiveness is also illustrated by the simulation results.

  17. Chaotic diagonal recurrent neural network

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    Wang Xing-Yuan; Zhang Yi

    2012-01-01

    We propose a novel neural network based on a diagonal recurrent neural network and chaos,and its structure andlearning algorithm are designed.The multilayer feedforward neural network,diagonal recurrent neural network,and chaotic diagonal recurrent neural network are used to approach the cubic symmetry map.The simulation results show that the approximation capability of the chaotic diagonal recurrent neural network is better than the other two neural networks.

  18. Characterization of the Bell-Shaped Vibratory Angular Rate Gyro

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    Junfang Fan

    2013-08-01

    Full Text Available The bell-shaped vibratory angular rate gyro (abbreviated as BVG is a novel shell vibratory gyroscope, which is inspired by the Chinese traditional bell. It sensitizes angular velocity through the standing wave precession effect. The bell-shaped resonator is a core component of the BVG and looks like the millimeter-grade Chinese traditional bell, such as QianLong Bell and Yongle Bell. It is made of Ni43CrTi, which is a constant modulus alloy. The exciting element, control element and detection element are uniformly distributed and attached to the resonator, respectively. This work presents the design, analysis and experimentation on the BVG. It is most important to analyze the vibratory character of the bell-shaped resonator. The strain equation, internal force and the resonator's equilibrium differential equation are derived in the orthogonal curvilinear coordinate system. When the input angular velocity is existent on the sensitive axis, an analysis of the vibratory character is performed using the theory of thin shells. On this basis, the mode shape function and the simplified second order normal vibration mode dynamical equation are obtained. The coriolis coupling relationship about the primary mode and secondary mode is established. The methods of the signal processing and control loop are presented. Analyzing the impact resistance property of the bell-shaped resonator, which is compared with other shell resonators using the Finite Element Method, demonstrates that BVG has the advantage of a better impact resistance property. A reasonable means of installation and a prototypal gyro are designed. The gyroscopic effect of the BVG is characterized through experiments. Experimental results show that the BVG has not only the advantages of low cost, low power, long work life, high sensitivity, and so on, but, also, of a simple structure and a better impact resistance property for low and medium angular velocity measurements.

  19. Heuristic reduction of gyro drift in IMU-based personnel tracking systems

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    Borenstein, Johann; Ojeda, Lauro; Kwanmuang, Surat

    2009-05-01

    The paper pertains to the reduction of measurement errors in gyroscopes used for tracking the position of walking persons. Some of these tracking systems commonly use inertial or other means to measure distance traveled, and one or more gyros to measure changes in heading. MEMS-type gyros or IMUs are best suited for this task because of their small size and low weight. However, these gyros have large drift rates and can be sensitive to accelerations. The Heuristic Drift Reduction (HDR) method presented in this paper estimates the drift component and eliminates it, reducing heading errors by almost one order of magnitude.

  20. The North American natural gas liquids markets are chaotic

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    1999-01-01

    In this paper we test for deterministic chaos (i.e., nonlinear deterministic processes which look random) in seven Mont Belview, Texas hydrocarbon markets, using monthly data from 1985:1 to 1996:12--the markets are those of ethane, propane, normal butane, iso-butane, naptha, crude oil, and natural gas. In doing so, we use the Lyapunov exponent estimator of Nychka, Ellner, Gallant, and McCaffrey (1992). We conclude that there is evidence consistent with a chaotic nonlinear generation process i...

  1. Chaotic mechanics in systems with impacts and friction

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    Blazejczyk-Okolewska, Barbara; Kapitaniak, Tomasz; Wojewoda, Jerzy

    1999-01-01

    This book is devoted to the theory of chaotic oscillations in mechanical systems. Detailed descriptions of the basic types of nonlinearity - impacts and dry friction - are presented. The properties of such behavior are discussed, and the numerical and experimental results obtained by the authors are presented.The dynamic properties of systems described here can be useful in the proper design and use of mechanics where such behavior still creates problems.This book will be very useful for anyone with a fundamental knowledge of nonlinear mechanics who is beginning research in the field.

  2. Chaotic Rotation of Nereid

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    Dobrovolskis, Anthony R.; Cuzzi, Jeffrey N. (Technical Monitor)

    1995-01-01

    The shape and spin of Neptune's outermost satellite Nereid are still unknown. Ground-based photometry indicates large brightness variations, but different observers report very different lightcurve amplitudes and periods. On the contrary, Voyager 2 images spanning 12 days show no evidence of variations greater than 0.1 mag. The latter suggest either that Nereid is nearly spherical, or that it is rotating slowly. We propose that tides have already despun Nereid's rotation to a period of a few weeks, during the time before the capture of Triton when Nereid was closer to Neptune. Since Nereid reached its present orbit, tides have further despun Nereid to a period on the order of a month. For Nereid's orbital eccentricity of 0.75, tidal evolution ceases when the spin period is still approximately 1/8 of the orbital period. Furthermore, the synchronous resonance becomes quite weak for such high eccentricities, along with other low-order spin orbit commensurabilities. In contrast, high-order resonances become very strong particularly the 6:1, 6.5:1, 7:1, 7.5:1, and 8:1 spin states. If Nereid departs by more than approximately 1% from a sphere, however, these resonances overlap, generating chaos. Our simulations show that Nereid is likely to be in chaotic rotation for any spin period longer than about 2 weeks.

  3. Adaptive Synchronization of Chaotic Systems considering Performance Parameters of Operational Amplifiers

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    Sergio Ruíz-Hernández

    2015-01-01

    Full Text Available This paper addresses an adaptive control approach for synchronizing two chaotic oscillators with saturated nonlinear function series as nonlinear functions. Mathematical models to characterize the behavior of the transmitter and receiver circuit were derived, including in the latter the adaptive control and taking into account, for both chaotic oscillators, the most influential performance parameters associated with operational amplifiers. Asymptotic stability of the full synchronization system is studied by using Lyapunov direct method. Theoretical derivations and related results are experimentally validated through implementations from commercially available devices. Finally, the full synchronization system can easily be reproducible at a low cost.

  4. Underwater Chaotic Lidar using Blue Laser Diodes

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    Rumbaugh, Luke K.

    The thesis proposes and explores an underwater lidar system architecture based on chaotic modulation of recently introduced, commercially available, low cost blue laser diodes. This approach is experimentally shown to allow accurate underwater impulse response measurements while eliminating the need for several major components typically found in high-performance underwater lidar systems. The proposed approach is to: 1. Generate wideband, noise-like intensity modulation signals using optical chaotic modulation of blue-green laser diodes, and then 2. Use this signal source to develop an underwater chaotic lidar system that uses no electrical signal generator, no electro-optic modulator, no optical frequency doubler, and no large-aperture photodetector. The outcome of this thesis is the demonstration of a new underwater lidar system architecture that could allow high resolution ranging, imaging, and water profiling measurements in turbid water, at a reduced size, weight, power and cost relative to state-of-the-art high-performance underwater lidar sensors. This work also makes contributions to the state of the art in optics, nonlinear dynamics, and underwater sensing by demonstrating for the first time: 1. Wideband noise-like intensity modulation of a blue laser diode using no electrical signal generator or electro-optic modulator. Optical chaotic modulation of a 462 nm blue InGaN laser diode by self-feedback is explored for the first time. The usefulness of the signal to chaotic lidar is evaluated in terms of bandwidth, modulation depth, and autocorrelation peak-to-sidelobe-ratio (PSLR) using both computer and laboratory experiments. In laboratory experiments, the optical feedback technique is shown to be effective in generating wideband, noise-like chaotic signals with strong modulation depth when the diode is operated in an external-cavity dominated state. The modulation signal strength is shown to be limited by the onset of lasing within the diode's internal

  5. Symposium Gyro Technology 1990, Stuttgart, Federal Republic of Germany, Sept. 25, 26, 1990, Proceedings

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    Sorg, H.

    The present symposium on gyro technology discusses design considerations for highly reliable hard- and software fault tolerant inertial reference systems, the constant value thresholds of FDI in strapdown inertial navigation, the LISA 6000, and in-flight alignment and calibration of a tactical missile INS. Attention is given to the development of a solid-state gyroscope, the development of an inexpensive gyroscope based on the principle of a vibrating piezoelectric plate, the theory and design considerations of a new two-axis angular rate gyro, and the manufacturing and testing of the Smiths 3000 microminiature DTG. Topics addressed include a down sampling technique for fiber gyroscope signal processing, second-order backscatter-induced crosstalk in a multiplexed 2D gyro system, a low-cost tactical laser gyroscope with no moving parts, and input axis measurements for a rate-biased laser gyro.

  6. Minimal-Drift Heading Measurement using a MEMS Gyro for Indoor Mobile Robots

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    Hong, Sung Kyung; Park, Sungsu

    2008-01-01

    To meet the challenges of making low-cost MEMS yaw rate gyros for the precise self-localization of indoor mobile robots, this paper examines a practical and effective method of minimizing drift on the heading angle that relies solely on integration of rate signals from a gyro. The main idea of the proposed approach is consists of two parts; 1) self-identification of calibration coefficients that affects long-term performance, and 2) threshold filter to reject the broadband noise component that affects short-term performance. Experimental results with the proposed phased method applied to Epson XV3500 gyro demonstrate that it effectively yields minimal drift heading angle measurements getting over major error sources in the MEMS gyro output.

  7. Erbium-doped photonic crystal fiber chaotic laser

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    Martín, Juan C.; Used, Javier; Sánchez-Martín, José A.; Berdejo, Víctor; Vallés, Juan A.; Álvarez, José M.; Rebolledo, Miguel A.

    2011-09-01

    An erbium-doped photonic crystal fiber laser has been designed, constructed and characterized in order to examine the feasibility of this kind of devices for secure communications applications based on two identical chaotic lasers. Inclusion of a tailored photonic crystal fiber as active medium improves considerably the security of the device because it allows customization of the mode transversal profile, very influential on the laser dynamics and virtually impossible to be cloned by undesired listeners. The laser design has been facilitated by the combination of characterization procedures and models developed by us, which allow prediction of the most suitable laser features (losses, length of active fiber, etc.) to a given purpose (in our case, a laser that emits chaotically for a wide assortment of pump modulation conditions). The chaotic signals obtained have been characterized by means of topological analysis techniques. The underlying chaotic attractors found present topological structures belonging to classes of which very scarce experimental results have been reported. This fact is interesting from the point of view of the study of nonlinear systems and, besides, it is promising for secure communications: the stranger the signals, the more difficult for an eavesdropper to synthesize another system with similar dynamics.

  8. Fully Digital Chaotic Oscillators Applied to Pseudo Random Number Generation

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    Mansingka, Abhinav S.

    2012-05-01

    adapted for pseudo random number generation by truncating statistically defective bits. Finally, a novel post-processing technique using the Fibonacci series is proposed and implemented with a non-autonomous driven hyperchaotic system to provide pseudo random number generators with high nonlinear complexity and controllable period length that enables full utilization of all branches of the chaotic output as statistically secure pseudo random output.

  9. Chaos in fractional-order autonomous nonlinear systems

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    Ahmad, Wajdi M.; Sprott, J.C

    2003-03-01

    We numerically investigate chaotic behavior in autonomous nonlinear models of fractional order. Linear transfer function approximations of the fractional integrator block are calculated for a set of fractional orders in (0,1], based on frequency domain arguments, and the resulting equivalent models are studied. Two chaotic models are considered in this study; an electronic chaotic oscillator, and a mechanical chaotic 'jerk' model. In both models, numerical simulations are used to demonstrate that for different types of model nonlinearities, and using the proper control parameters, chaotic attractors are obtained with system orders as low as 2.1. Consequently, we present a conjecture that third-order chaotic nonlinear systems can still produce chaotic behavior with a total system order of 2+{epsilon}, 1>{epsilon}>0, using the appropriate control parameters. The effect of fractional order on the chaotic range of the control parameters is studied. It is demonstrated that as the order is decreased, the chaotic range of the control parameter is affected by contraction and translation. Robustness against model order reduction is demonstrated.

  10. Local noise sensitivity: Insight into the noise effect on chaotic dynamics

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    Sviridova, Nina; Nakamura, Kazuyuki

    2016-12-01

    Noise contamination in experimental data with underlying chaotic dynamics is one of the significant problems limiting the application of many nonlinear time series analysis methods. Although numerous studies have been devoted to the investigation of different aspects of noise—nonlinear dynamics interactions, the effects produced by noise on chaotic dynamics are not fully understood. This study sought to analyze the local effects produced by noise on chaotic dynamics with a smooth attractor. Local Wayland test translation errors were calculated for noise-induced Lorenz and Rössler chaotic models, and for experimental green light photoplethysmogram data. Results demonstrated that under noise induction, local regions on the chaotic attractor with high values of local translation error can be observed. This phenomenon was defined as the local noise sensitivity. It was found that for both models, local noise-sensitive regions were located close to the system's equilibrium points. Additionally, it was found that the reconstructed dynamics represent well the local noise sensitivity of the original dynamics. The concept of local noise sensitivity is expected to contribute to various applied studies, as it reveals regions of chaotic attractors that are sensitive to the presence of noise.

  11. Local noise sensitivity: Insight into the noise effect on chaotic dynamics.

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    Sviridova, Nina; Nakamura, Kazuyuki

    2016-12-01

    Noise contamination in experimental data with underlying chaotic dynamics is one of the significant problems limiting the application of many nonlinear time series analysis methods. Although numerous studies have been devoted to the investigation of different aspects of noise-nonlinear dynamics interactions, the effects produced by noise on chaotic dynamics are not fully understood. This study sought to analyze the local effects produced by noise on chaotic dynamics with a smooth attractor. Local Wayland test translation errors were calculated for noise-induced Lorenz and Rössler chaotic models, and for experimental green light photoplethysmogram data. Results demonstrated that under noise induction, local regions on the chaotic attractor with high values of local translation error can be observed. This phenomenon was defined as the local noise sensitivity. It was found that for both models, local noise-sensitive regions were located close to the system's equilibrium points. Additionally, it was found that the reconstructed dynamics represent well the local noise sensitivity of the original dynamics. The concept of local noise sensitivity is expected to contribute to various applied studies, as it reveals regions of chaotic attractors that are sensitive to the presence of noise.

  12. 最邻近耦合映射格子耦合非线性混沌映射的图像加密算法研究%ON IMAGE ENCRYPTION ALGORITHM BASED ON COUPLING NEAREST-NEIGHBOURING COUPLED MAP LATTICES WITH NONLINEAR CHAOTIC MAP

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    郭祖华; 王辉

    2015-01-01

    Current chaotic map cryptographies are commonly difficult to balance high computation efficiency and high security and cannot meet the real-time transmission requirement of internet as well.In light of these shortcomings, we design the synchronised pseudo-random number generator and the parallelised masking technology, and introduce periodic boundary conditions, according to 2D chaotic map and nearest-neighbouring coupled map lattices we derive the coupling model of the algorithm proposed in the paper, and present an image encryption algorithm in which the 2D piecewise nonlinear chaotic map couples the nearest-neighbouring coupled map lattices.Through synchronised pseudo-random number generator we generate the initial conditions and parameters of the proposed algorithm, and then according to the coupling model we derive a group of pseudo-random numbers by iterating the initial values; finally, we use these pseudo-random numbers to carry out bidirectional encryption on plaintext image based on encryption transformation function, and use S-box to substitute the encryption elements, and conduct the masking process.Simulation results show that compared with current chaotic cryptography, the proposed algorithm has higher security and computation efficiency;and can meet the real-time transmission requirement of internet as well.%针对当前的混沌映射加密算法普遍难以兼顾高计算效率和高安全性,无法满足互联网实时性传输要求等不足. 设计了伪随机数同步生成器和并行化掩蔽技术;并引入周期性边界条件,根据2D混沌映射与最邻近耦合映像格子推导出耦合模型,提出一种2D分段非线性混沌映射耦合最邻近耦合映像格子的图像加密算法. 通过伪随机数同步生成器生成算法的初始条件与参数,然后根据该耦合模型迭代初始值,得到一组伪随机数;最后利用该伪随机数根据加密变换函数对明文图像进行双向加密,利

  13. Chaotic oscillations of structures in mechanical engineering; Kikai kozo no kaosu shindo

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    Nagai, K. [Gunma University, Gunma (Japan). Faculty of Engineering; Yamaguchi, T.

    1998-07-01

    This paper describes the chaotic oscillations which are irregular unsteady oscillations of structures generated in mechanical engineering. The chaotic oscillations are apt to generate when the kinetic system contains both the stable balance and unstable balance in it at the same time. When an external force acts on the thin-walled structure of vehicle with a large portable volume, the chaotic oscillation response is generated with a dynamic snap through phenomenon. As a result of the numerical analysis using a simple model, the chaotic oscillation has non-linear characteristics. When a load is applied to the system, the snap through buckling occurs. For verifying the chaotic characteristics, are usually used the frequency distribution in which the chaotic oscillation response is analyzed using Fourier series expansion, Poincare map in which a series of points of displacement and velocity of the phase curve synchronized with the cycle of exciting force are extracted and mapped on a phase plane, or Lyapunov exponent which is a rate of continuous change in the distance between two points on the phase curve. The maximum Lyapunov exponent is calculated from the rate of change in the distance between the basic phase curve and the near-by phase curve. Thus, the chaotic oscillation can be determined. 31 refs., 7 figs.

  14. Measurement of phase difference for micromachined gyros driven by rotating aircraft.

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    Zhang, Zengping; Zhang, Fuxue; Zhang, Wei

    2013-08-21

    This paper presents an approach for realizing a phase difference measurement of a new gyro. A silicon micromachined gyro was mounted on rotating aircraft for aircraft attitude control. Aircraft spin drives the silicon pendulum of a gyro rotating at a high speed so that it can sense the transverse angular velocity of the rotating aircraft based on the gyroscopic precession principle when the aircraft has transverse rotation. In applications of the rotating aircraft single channel control system, such as damping in the attitude stabilization loop, the gyro signal must be kept in sync with the control signal. Therefore, the phase difference between both signals needs to be measured accurately. Considering that phase difference is mainly produced by both the micromachined part and the signal conditioning circuit, a mathematical model has been established and analyzed to determine the gyro's phase frequency characteristics. On the basis of theoretical analysis, a dynamic simulation has been done for a case where the spin frequency is 15 Hz. Experimental results with the proposed measurement method applied to a silicon micromachined gyro driven by a rotating aircraft demonstrate that it is effective in practical applications. Measured curve and numerical analysis of phase frequency characteristic are in accordance, and the error between measurement and simulation is only 5.3%.

  15. Analytical derivation and verification of zero-gyro control for the IUE satellite

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    Bowles, Tiffany; Croft, John

    1989-01-01

    The International Ultraviolet Explorer (IUE) satellite was launched January 26, 1978 into a geosynchronous orbit over South America. From its stationary position, the telescope maintains continuous communication with the control centers at NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, Maryland, and at the European Space Agency's (ESA's) Villagranca del Castillo Satellite Tracking Station in Spain. Since its launch in 1978, the satellite has gradually lost four of the original six gyroscopes in the Inertial Reference Assembly (IRA). In August 1985, the fourth of the original six gyros failed and a two-gyro system developed by NASA-GSFC was uplinked to the satellite and is currently in use. A one-gyro system also developed by NASA-GSFC is ready for use in case of another gyro failure. In the event that the sixth gyro should also fail, a zero-gyro system is being developed. The goal of this system is to provide interial target pointing without the use of gyroscopes. The satellite has sun sensors to provide attitude information about two of the three axes. It relies upon the exchange of reaction wheel momenta to determine angular position and rate of the third axis.

  16. Chaotic dynamics with Maxima

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    We present an introduction to the study of chaos in discrete and continuous dynamical systems using the CAS Maxima. These notes are intended to cover the standard topics and techniques: discrete and continuous logistic equation to model growth population, staircase plots, bifurcation diagrams and chaos transition, nonlinear continuous dynamics (Lorentz system and Duffing oscillator), Lyapunov exponents, Poincar\\'e sections, fractal dimension and strange attractors. The distinctive feature her...

  17. Our Chaotic Neighbor

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    2006-01-01

    [figure removed for brevity, see original site] Poster Version Large Magellanic Cloud This vibrant image from NASA's Spitzer Space Telescope shows the Large Magellanic Cloud, a satellite galaxy to our own Milky Way galaxy. The infrared image, a mosaic of more than 100,000 individual tiles, offers astronomers a unique chance to study the lifecycle of stars and dust in a single galaxy. Nearly one million objects are revealed for the first time in this Spitzer view, which represents about a 1,000-fold improvement in sensitivity over previous space-based missions. Most of the new objects are dusty stars of various ages populating the Large Magellanic Cloud; the rest are thought to be background galaxies. The blue color in the picture, seen most prominently in the central bar, represents starlight from older stars. The chaotic, bright regions outside this bar are filled with hot, massive stars buried in thick blankets of dust. The red clouds contain cooler interstellar gas and molecular-sized dust grains illuminated by ambient starlight. The Large Magellanic Cloud, located 160,000 light-years from Earth, is one of a handful of dwarf galaxies that orbit our own Milky Way. It is approximately one-third as wide as the Milky Way, and, if it could be seen in its entirety, would cover the same amount of sky as a grid of about 480 full moons. About one-third of the whole galaxy can be seen in the Spitzer image. This picture is a composite of infrared light captured by Spitzer's infrared array camera. Light with wavelengths of 8 and 5.8 microns is red and orange: 4.5-micron light is green; and 3.6-micron light is blue.

  18. NOISE-INDUCED CHAOTIC MOTIONS IN HAMILTONIAN SYSTEMS WITH SLOW-VARYING PARAMETERS

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    王双连; 郭乙木; 甘春标

    2001-01-01

    This paper studies chaotic motions in quasi-integrable Hamiltonian systems with slow-varying parameters under both harmonic and noise excitations.Based on the dynamic theory and some assumptions of excited noises, an extended form of the stochastic Melnikov method is presented. Using this extended method, the homoclinic bifurcations and chaotic behavior of a nonlinear Hamiltonian system with weak feed-back control under both harmonic and Gaussian white noise excitations are analyzed in detail. It is shown that the addition of stochastic excitations can make the parameter threshold value for the occurrence of chaotic motions vary in a wider region. Therefore, chaotic motions may arise easily in the system. By the Monte-Carlo method, the numerical results for the time-history and the maximum Lyapunov exponents of an example system are finally given to illustrate that the presented method is effective.

  19. Application of Multistage Homotopy Perturbation Method to the Chaotic Genesio System

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    M. S. H. Chowdhury

    2012-01-01

    Full Text Available Finding accurate solution of chaotic system by using efficient existing numerical methods is very hard for its complex dynamical behaviors. In this paper, the multistage homotopy-perturbation method (MHPM is applied to the Chaotic Genesio system. The MHPM is a simple reliable modification based on an adaptation of the standard homotopy-perturbation method (HPM. The HPM is treated as an algorithm in a sequence of intervals for finding accurate approximate solutions to the Chaotic Genesio system. Numerical comparisons between the MHPM and the classical fourth-order Runge-Kutta (RK4 solutions are made. The results reveal that the new technique is a promising tool for the nonlinear chaotic systems of ordinary differential equations.

  20. Hyper-chaotic LÜ System Simulation Design of Digital Circuit Based on DSP Builder

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    Zhang Xiaohong

    2013-05-01

    Full Text Available In order to overcome sensitive defects of components deviations and environment defects in analog circuit design, a novel four-dimensional hyperchaotic systems is constructed based on LÜ system. Basic nonlinear dynamics characteristics are analyzed to the new system. By optimizing the design of sampling frequency selection, gain adjustments, parameter configuration etc., the hyperchaotic circuit runs stably while the signal amplitude is reasonably controlled. Curves of the digital chaotic sequence show smooth without jagged shape. The circuit can be applied to other digital realization of chaotic systems with commonality and expandability. Its experimental results fully consistent with phase space structures of the continuous chaotic system, which shows the development of chaotic systems based on FPGA is feasible and practical.

  1. Experimental distinction between chaotic and strange nonchaotic attractors on the basis of consistency.

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    Uenohara, Seiji; Mitsui, Takahito; Hirata, Yoshito; Morie, Takashi; Horio, Yoshihiko; Aihara, Kazuyuki

    2013-06-01

    We experimentally study strange nonchaotic attractors (SNAs) and chaotic attractors by using a nonlinear integrated circuit driven by a quasiperiodic input signal. An SNA is a geometrically strange attractor for which typical orbits have nonpositive Lyapunov exponents. It is a difficult problem to distinguish between SNAs and chaotic attractors experimentally. If a system has an SNA as a unique attractor, the system produces an identical response to a repeated quasiperiodic signal, regardless of the initial conditions, after a certain transient time. Such reproducibility of response outputs is called consistency. On the other hand, if the attractor is chaotic, the consistency is low owing to the sensitive dependence on initial conditions. In this paper, we analyze the experimental data for distinguishing between SNAs and chaotic attractors on the basis of the consistency.

  2. LMI-based output feedback fuzzy control of chaotic system with uncertainties

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    Tan Wen; Wang Yao-Nan; Duan Feng; Li Xiao-Hui

    2006-01-01

    This paper studies the robust fuzzy control for nonlinear chaotic system in the presence of parametric uncertainties. An uncertain Takagi-Sugeno (T-S) fuzzy model is employed for fuzzy modelling of an unknown chaotic system. A sufficient condition formulated in terms of linear matrix inequality (LMI) for the existence of fuzzy controller is obtained. Then the output feedback fuzzy-model-based regulator derived from the LMI solutions can guarantee the stability of the closed-loop overall fuzzy system. The T-S fuzzy model of the chaotic Chen system is developed as an example for illustration. The effectiveness of the proposed controller design methodology is finally demonstrated through computer simulations on the uncertain Chen chaotic system.

  3. Prediction Model of Weekly Retail Price for Eggs Based on Chaotic Neural Network

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    LI Zhe-min; CUI Li-guo; XU Shi-wei; WENG Ling-yun; DONG Xiao-xia; LI Gan-qiong; YU Hai-peng

    2013-01-01

    This paper establishes a short-term prediction model of weekly retail prices for eggs based on chaotic neural network with the weekly retail prices of eggs from January 2008 to December 2012 in China. In the process of determining the structure of the chaotic neural network, the number of input layer nodes of the network is calculated by reconstructing phase space and computing its saturated embedding dimension, and then the number of hidden layer nodes is estimated by trial and error. Finally, this model is applied to predict the retail prices of eggs and compared with ARIMA. The result shows that the chaotic neural network has better nonlinear iftting ability and higher precision in the prediction of weekly retail price of eggs. The empirical result also shows that the chaotic neural network can be widely used in the ifeld of short-term prediction of agricultural prices.

  4. Synchronisation of chaotic systems using a novel sampled-data fuzzy controller

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    Feng Yi-Fu; Zhang Qing-Ling

    2011-01-01

    This paper presents the synchronisation of chaotic systems using a sampled-data fuzzy controller and is meaningful for many physical real-life applications. Firstly, a Takagi-Sugeno (T-S) fuzzy model is employed to represent the chaotic systems that contain some nonlinear terms, then a type of fuzzy sampled-data controller is proposed and an error system formed by the response and drive chaotic system. Secondly, relaxed LMI-based synchronisation conditions are derived by using a new paraneter-dependent Lyapunov-Krasovskii functional and relaxed stabilisation techniques for the underlying error system. The derived LMI-based conditions are used to aid the design of a sampled-data fuzzy controller to achieve the synchronisation of chaotic systems. Finally, a numerical example is provided to illustrate the effectiveness of the proposed results.

  5. How chaotic are strange non-chaotic attractors?

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    Glendinning, Paul; Jäger, Tobias H.; Keller, Gerhard

    2006-09-01

    We show that the classic examples of quasiperiodically forced maps with strange non-chaotic attractors described by Grebogi et al and Herman in the mid-1980s have some chaotic properties. More precisely, we show that these systems exhibit sensitive dependence on initial conditions, both on the whole phase space and restricted to the attractor. The results also remain valid in more general classes of quasiperiodically forced systems. Further, we include an elementary proof of a classic result by Glasner and Weiss on sensitive dependence, and we clarify the structure of the attractor in an example with two-dimensional fibres also introduced by Grebogi et al.

  6. Nonlinear Inflaton Fragmentation after Preheating

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    Felder, G N; Felder, Gary N.; Kofman, Lev

    2007-01-01

    We consider the nonlinear dynamics of inflaton fragmentation during and after preheating in the simplest model of chaotic inflation. While the earlier regime of parametric resonant particle production and the later turbulent regime of interacting fields evolving towards equilibrium are well identified and understood, the short intermediate stage of violent nonlinear dynamics remains less explored. Lattice simulations of fully nonlinear preheating dynamics show specific features of this intermediate stage: occupation numbers of the scalar particles are peaked, scalar fields become significantly non-gaussian and the field dynamics become chaotic and irreversible. Visualization of the field dynamics in configuration space reveals that nonlinear interactions generate non-gaussian inflaton inhomogeneities with very fast growing amplitudes. The peaks of the inflaton inhomogeneities coincide with the peaks of the scalar field(s) produced by parametric resonance. When the inflaton peaks reach their maxima, they stop ...

  7. Observations of Nonlinear Phenomena in Rotordynamics

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    Ehrich, Fredric F.

    Observations, analysis and understanding of nonlinear rotordynamic phenomena observed in aircraft gas turbine engines and other high-speed rotating machinery over the course of the author's career are described. Included are observations of sum-and-difference frequency response; effects of roller bearing clearance; relaxation oscillations; subharmonic response; chaotic response; and other generic nonlinear responses such as superharmonic and ultra-subharmonic response.

  8. On the Design of Chaotic Oscillators

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    Lindberg, Erik; Tamasevicius, A; Cenys, A.

    1998-01-01

    A discussion of the chaotic oscillator concept from a design methodology pointof view. The attributes of some chaoticoscillators are discussed and a systematicdesign method based on eigenvalue investigation is proposed. The method isillustrated with a chaotic Wien-bridgeoscillator design....

  9. Intermittent chaotic chimeras for coupled rotators

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    Olmi, Simona; Martens, Erik Andreas; Thutupalli, Shashi

    2015-01-01

    Two symmetrically coupled populations of N oscillators with inertia m display chaotic solutions with broken symmetry similar to experimental observations with mechanical pendulums. In particular, we report evidence of intermittent chaotic chimeras, where one population is synchronized and the other...

  10. Detecting variation in chaotic attractors.

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    Carroll, T L

    2011-06-01

    If the output of an experiment is a chaotic signal, it may be useful to detect small changes in the signal, but there are a limited number of ways to compare signals from chaotic systems, and most known methods are not robust in the presence of noise. One may calculate dimension or Lyapunov exponents from the signal, or construct a synchronizing model, but all of these are only useful in low noise situations. I introduce a method for detecting small variations in a chaotic attractor based on directly calculating the difference between vector fields in phase space. The differences are found by comparing close strands in phase space, rather than close neighbors. The use of strands makes the method more robust to noise and more sensitive to small attractor differences.

  11. Chaotic eigenfunctions in phase space

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    Nonnenmacher, S

    1997-01-01

    We study individual eigenstates of quantized area-preserving maps on the 2-torus which are classically chaotic. In order to analyze their semiclassical behavior, we use the Bargmann-Husimi representations for quantum states, as well as their stellar parametrization, which encodes states through a minimal set of points in phase space (the constellation of zeros of the Husimi density). We rigorously prove that a semiclassical uniform distribution of Husimi densities on the torus entails a similar equidistribution for the corresponding constellations. We deduce from this property a universal behavior for the phase patterns of chaotic Bargmann eigenfunctions, which reminds of the WKB approximation for eigenstates of integrable systems (though in a weaker sense). In order to obtain more precise information on ``chaotic eigenconstellations", we then model their properties by ensembles of random states, generalizing former results on the 2-sphere to the torus geometry. This approach yields statistical predictions fo...

  12. The Statistics of Chaotic Tunnelling

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    Creagh, S C; Creagh, Stephen C.; Whelan, Niall D.

    2000-01-01

    We discuss the statistics of tunnelling rates in the presence of chaotic classical dynamics. This applies to resonance widths in chaotic metastable wells and to tunnelling splittings in chaotic symmetric double wells. The theory is based on using the properties of a semiclassical tunnelling operator together with random matrix theory arguments about wave function overlaps. The resulting distribution depends on the stability of a specific tunnelling orbit and is therefore not universal. However it does reduce to the universal Porter-Thomas form as the orbit becomes very unstable. For some choices of system parameters there are systematic deviations which we explain in terms of scarring of certain real periodic orbits. The theory is tested in a model symmetric double well problem and possible experimental realisations are discussed.

  13. On Chaotic Nature of the Emerging European Forex Markets

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    Anoop S Kumar

    2014-06-01

    Full Text Available This study attempts to analyze the presence deterministic chaos in the forex markets of select European countries namely Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Hungary Poland, Romania, Russia, Slovakia and Slovenia. Monthly NEER data ranging from jan-1994 to Dec-2013 is used for the purpose of analysis. A two step methodology is employed where in the first step, non-linear dependence structure in the underlying time series is verified using BDS test. The results show that all the markets under study exhibit non-linear dependence. In the next stage, it is enquired whether this non-linear behavior is due to the presence of chaotic dynamics in the markets. This is achieved by estimating Lyapunov exponents for the time series under analysis. An EGARCH (1, 1 filter is applied to see if the non-linearity could be explained by a GARCH process. From the Lyapunov exponent values, it is found that the GARCH process is unable to explain the forex markets behavior in a satisfying manner. It is concluded that the forex markets under study exhibit deterministic chaotic behavior.

  14. Communication Scheme via Cascade Chaotic Systems

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    HUA Chang-Chun; GUAN Xin-Ping

    2004-01-01

    @@ A new chaotic communication scheme is constructed. Different from the existing literature, cascade chaotic systems are employed. Two cascade modes are considered. First, we investigate the input to state cascade mode;cascade systems between different kinds of chaotic systems are considered. Then the parameter cascade case of chaotic system is studied. Under the different cases, the corresponding receivers are designed, which can succeed in recovering the former emitted signal. Simulations are performed to verify the validity of the proposed main results.

  15. Impulsive Synchronization of Discrete Chaotic Systems

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    郑永爱; 年漪蓓; 刘曾荣

    2003-01-01

    Impulsive synchronization of two chaotic maps is reformulated as impulsive control of the synchronization error system. We then present a theorem on the asymptotic synchronization of two chaotic maps by using synchronization impulses with varying impulsive intervals. As an example and application of the theorem, we derives some sufficient conditions for the synchronization of two chaotic Lozi maps via impulsive control. The effectiveness of this approach has been demonstrated with chaotic Lozi map.

  16. A new multi-scroll chaotic generator

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    Wang Fa-Qiang; Liu Chong-Xin

    2007-01-01

    In this paper a new simple multi-scroll chaotic generator is studied. The characteristic of this new multi-scroll chaotic generator is that it is easy to generate different number of scroll chaotic attractors through modifying the nature number n after fixing the suitable system parameters and it does not need complex mathematical derivation. Various number of scroll chaotic attractors are illustrated not only by computer simulation but also by the realization of an electronic circuit experiment on Electronic Workbench (EWB).

  17. Nonlinear dynamics in atom optics

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    Chen Wenyu; Dyrting, S.; Milburn, G.J. [Queensland Univ., St. Lucia, QLD (Australia). Dept. of Physics

    1996-12-31

    In this paper theoretical work on classical and quantum nonlinear dynamics of cold atoms is reported. The basic concepts in nonlinear dynamics are reviewed and then applied to the motion of atoms in time-dependent standing waves and to the atomic bouncer. The quantum dynamics for the cases of regular and chaotic classical dynamics is described. The effect of spontaneous emission and external noise is also discussed. 104 refs., 1 tab., 21 figs.

  18. 基于GPRS的陀螺综合虚拟测试系统设计%Design of Integrative Gyro Virtual Testing System Based on GPRS

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    高桦; 钟昊

    2011-01-01

    针对飞行器导航控制系统姿态信息的远程无线数据采集物理仿真及工程应用需求和数据采集系统应具有实时性能好、高精度及高可靠性等技术性能要求,设计和实现了陀螺远程综合测试系统;测试系统采用实验转台提供标准角速度信号,光纤陀螺作检测标准,待测陀螺为微机械陀螺;采用了巴特沃斯低通滤波器和滑动均值滤波器联合对采集的陀螺数据进行滤波处理;对标度因数、非线性度、最大角速度等部分常用技术参数的测试及计算方法做了分析,用辨识法对陀螺系统模型进行了建模,从而提高了数据采集的准确性;经实验验证,测试系统实现了远程无线数据采集的功能,被测陀螺的检测数据及陀螺模型能够反映实际效果,其准确性、实时性及供电系统的性能均满足了设计的预期要求.%An integrative remote testing system of gyro was designed and implemented for physical simulation of remote wireless data acquisition for altitude information in aircraft navigation & control system and engineering application with requirements such as fine real- time performance, high accuracy, high reliability, etc. The testing system used rotary table as standard rate provider, FOG as testing criteria,and MEMS gyro as tested gyro. Butterworth low-pass filter combined with moving-average filter was also designed to smooth the output of two gyros. Testing and computing methods of main technical parameters such as scale factor, nonlinearity, maximum input angular rate,etc were analyzed and system modeling of gyro was carried out by identification method to enhance the accuracy of data acquisition. Experiment result shows that the testing system is able to acquire data remotely and tested parameters &. gyro model can represent the actual states of tested gyro. Its accuracy & real-time performance as well as the power super system meet the design requirements.

  19. Chaotic zones around gravitating binaries

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    Shevchenko, Ivan I

    2014-01-01

    The extent of the continuous zone of chaotic orbits of a small-mass tertiary around a system of two gravitationally bound bodies (a double star, a double black hole, a binary asteroid, etc.) is estimated analytically, in function of the tertiary's orbital eccentricity. The separatrix map theory is used to demonstrate that the central continuous chaos zone emerges due to overlapping of the orbital resonances corresponding to the integer ratios p:1 between the tertiary and the binary periods. The binary's mass ratio, above which such a chaotic zone is universally present, is also estimated.

  20. Modeling of deterministic chaotic systems

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    Lai, Y. [Department of Physics and Astronomy and Department of Mathematics, The University of Kansas, Lawrence, Kansas 66045 (United States); Grebogi, C. [Institute for Plasma Research, University of Maryland, College Park, Maryland 20742 (United States); Grebogi, C.; Kurths, J. [Department of Physics and Astrophysics, Universitaet Potsdam, Postfach 601553, D-14415 Potsdam (Germany)

    1999-03-01

    The success of deterministic modeling of a physical system relies on whether the solution of the model would approximate the dynamics of the actual system. When the system is chaotic, situations can arise where periodic orbits embedded in the chaotic set have distinct number of unstable directions and, as a consequence, no model of the system produces reasonably long trajectories that are realized by nature. We argue and present physical examples indicating that, in such a case, though the model is deterministic and low dimensional, statistical quantities can still be reliably computed. {copyright} {ital 1999} {ital The American Physical Society}

  1. Chaotic signals in digital communications

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    Eisencraft, Marcio; Suyama, Ricardo

    2013-01-01

    Chaotic Signals in Digital Communications combines fundamental background knowledge with state-of-the-art methods for using chaotic signals and systems in digital communications. The book builds a bridge between theoretical works and practical implementation to help researchers attain consistent performance in realistic environments. It shows the possible shortcomings of the chaos-based communication systems proposed in the literature, particularly when they are subjected to non-ideal conditions. It also presents a toolbox of techniques for researchers working to actually implement such system

  2. Observers for a Class of Chaotic Systems

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    ZHOU Ping

    2006-01-01

    The design of observers for a class of practical physical chaotic systems is discussed.By using only one state variable and its time derivatives,a control law is constructed to achieve the synchronization between the investigated chaotic systems and their observers,and the results are proved theoretically.Several observers of chaotic systems are designed by using this method.

  3. Singularity problem of control moment gyro cluster with vibration isolators

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    Cui Yinghui; Zheng Gangtie

    2016-01-01

    As powerful torque amplification actuators, control moment gyros (CMGs) are often used in the attitude control of many state-of-the-art high resolution satellites. However, the distur-bance generated by the CMGs can not only reduce the attitude stability of a satellite but also dete-riorate the performance of optic payloads. Currently, CMG vibration isolators are widely used to target this problem. The isolators can affect the singularity of the CMG system as they are placed between the CMGs and the satellite bus and provide additional freedoms to the CMG system due to their flexibility. The formulation of the output torque of a CMG is studied first considering the dynamic imbalance of its spin rotor and then the deformation angle as a result of the isolator’s flex-ibility is calculated. With the additional freedoms, the influence of isolator on the singularity problem is studied and a new steering logic to escape from the singular states is proposed.

  4. MHD and Gyro-kinetic Stability of JET Pedestals

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    Saarelma, S; Dickinson, D; Frassinetti, L; Leyland, M J; Roach, C M; contributors, EFDA-JET

    2013-01-01

    The pedestal profile measurements in high triangularity JET plasmas show that with low fuelling the pedestal width decreases during the ELM cycle and with high fuelling it stays constant. In the low fuelling case the pedestal pressure gradient keeps increasing until the ELM crash and in the low fuelling case it reaches a saturation during the ELM cycle. An edge stability analysis using MHD and gyro-kinetic codes finds that at the end of the ELM cycle both JET plasmas become limited by finite-n peeling-ballooning modes and during the ELM cycle the steep pressure gradient region of the pedestal is both infinite-n ideal MHD ballooning mode and kinetic ballooning mode stable due to high bootstrap current. This indicates that during the ELM cycle the pedestal pressure gradient is not limited by kinetic ballooning modes. Any pedestal model based on pressure gradient being limited by kinetic ballooning modes needs to amended when predicting pedestals with high bootstrap current. Unstable micro-tearing modes are foun...

  5. Laser-Gyro Mirrors Of Differing Layer Structure

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    Schmitt, Dirk-Roger

    1989-02-01

    High reflectance low-scatter mirrors have been developed for laser-gyro applications. Different types of multilayer systems: Ti02/Si02, Ag/Ti02/Si02, and Ta205/Si02 combinations were investigated. In the first system TiO2 was rf-sputtered while Si02 was electron-gun evaporated. The best results were achieved for these materials with 21 alternating λ /4 layers. In the second system a thin silver film was rf-sputtered as a first layer on the substrate. Ten additional dielectric layers on the silver base were deposited to reach the same reflectivity as with pure dielectric mirrors. In the third system both Ta205 and Si02 were electron-gun evaporated. The best quality was achieved with 29 alternating layers. The mirrors of Ti02/Si02 and Ag/Ti02/Si02 exhibited no shift of the center wave length after exposition to air, while the mirrors of Ta205 /Si02 showed a shift of 30 nm. The mirrors were investigated in terms of reflectivity and scattering using an ultraprecise measurement equipment. Scattering was measured in an Ulbricht integrating sphere; resolution: 0.2-10-6 . Reflectivity measurements were carried out in a special developed reflectometer; resolution: 10.10-6.

  6. Online Estimation of ARW Coefficient of Fiber Optic Gyro

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    Yang Li

    2014-01-01

    Full Text Available As a standard method for noise analysis of fiber optic gyro (FOG, Allan variance has too large offline computational burden and data storages to be applied to online estimation. To overcome the barriers, the state space model is firstly established for FOG. Then the Sage-husa adaptive Kalman filter (SHAKF is introduced in this field. Through recursive calculation of measurement noise covariance matrix, SHAKF can avoid the storage of large amounts of history data. However, the precision and stability of this method are still the primary matters that needed to be addressed. Based on this point, a new online method for estimation of the coefficient of angular random walk is proposed. In the method, estimator of measurement noise is constructed by the recursive form of Allan variance at the shortest sampling time. Then the estimator is embedded into the SHAKF framework resulting in a new adaptive filter. The estimations of measurement noise variance and Kalman filter are independent of each other in this method. Therefore, it can address the problem of filtering divergence and precision degrading effectively. Test results of both digital simulation and experimental data of FOG verify the validity and feasibility of the proposed method.

  7. Evaluation of floating impeller phenomena in a Gyro centrifugal pump.

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    Nishimura, Ikuya; Ichikawa, S; Mikami, M; Ishitoya, H; Motomura, T; Kawamura, M; Linneweber, J; Glueck, J; Shinohara, T; Nosé, Y

    2013-01-01

    The Gyro centrifugal pump developed as a totally implantable artificial heart was designed with a free impeller, in which the rotational shaft (male bearing) of the impeller was completely separated from the female bearing. For this type of pump, it is very important to keep the proper magnet balance (impeller-magnet and actuator-magnet) in order to prevent thrombus formation and/or bearing wear. When the magnet balance is not proper, the impeller is jerked down into the bottom bearing. On the other hand, if magnet balance is proper, the impeller lifted off the bottom of the pump housing within a certain range of pumping conditions. In this study, this floating phenomenon was investigated in detail. The floating phenomenon was proved by observation of the impeller behavior using a transparent acrylic pump. The impeller floating phenomenon was mapped on a pump performance curve. The impeller floating phenomenon is affected by the magnet-magnet coupling distance and rotational speed of the impeller. In order to keep the proper magnet balance and to maintain the impeller floating phenomenon at the driving condition of right and left pump, the magnet-magnet coupling distance was altered by a spacer which was installed between the pump and actuator. It became clear that the same pump could handle different conditions (right and left ventricular assist), by just changing the thickness of the spacer. When magnet balance is proper, the floating impeller phenomenon occurs automatically in response to the impeller rev. It is called "the dynamic RPM suspension".

  8. A gyro-stabilized platform leveling loop for marine gravimeter

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    Wu, P. F.; Liu, L. T.; Wang, L.; Wang, Y.; Zhong, M.; Zhou, Z. B.; Zou, Z.

    2017-06-01

    An ultra-low-frequency platform leveling loop based on a mixed sensitivity H∞ approach, which considers both the system bandwidth and response speed, was designed and applied to a prototype, two-axis gyro-stabilized platform marine gravimeter CHZ-II. The instrument was developed for regional surveys in deep ocean areas where high-resolution gravity measurements with accuracy 1 mGal are required. Horizontal accelerations in the surge and sway directions are suppressed about 60 dB in the frequency range 0.05 to 0.5 Hz. This typically improves the quality of the gravity data before any processing corrections. The time required for stabilizing the platform at the beginning of a survey line or course change is about 3 min, which improves the data collection efficiency. In May 2015, the first test was conducted in open sea conditions aboard the Chinese State Oceanic Administration's R/V Xiangyanghong 10. Sixteen traverses were run in the South China Sea to evaluate the loop performance. Platform motion tracks and gravity data from the survey were of satisfactory quality. According to analyses of 16 sets of calculated errors, the root mean square repeatability of the pitch and roll off-level angles were less than 10 and 20 arc sec, respectively, with a horizontal acceleration of about 50 Gal. Errors derived from the inability of the platform to maintain perfect sensor leveling during the survey cruise were less than 0.3 mGal.

  9. Robust dynamical effects in traffic and chaotic maps on trees

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    Bosiljka Tadić; Zoran Levnajić

    2008-06-01

    In the dynamic processes on networks collective effects emerge due to the couplings between nodes, where the network structure may play an important role. Interaction along many network links in the nonlinear dynamics may lead to a kind of chaotic collective behavior. Here we study two types of well-defined diffusive dynamics on scale-free trees: traffic of packets as navigated random walks, and chaotic standard maps coupled along the network links. We show that in both cases robust collective dynamic effects appear, which can be measured statistically and related to non-ergodicity of the dynamics on the network. Specifically, we find universal features in the fluctuations of time series and appropriately defined return-time statistics.

  10. Simulation and Experimental Realization of Multi-Scroll Chaotic Oscillators

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    E. T. Cuautle

    2013-09-01

    Full Text Available This article shows the simulation and experimental realization of a multi-scroll chaotic oscillator based on saturated nonlinear function (SNLF series. First, the simulation is performed by MATLAB using the mathematical description of the oscillator. At this step, it is shown how to increase the number of scrolls by augmenting the SNLF. Second, the mathematical description is implemented with electronic devices and simulated by using the behavioral model of commercially available operational amplifiers. The circuit simulation of the multi-scroll chaotic oscillator is performed showing how to generate even and odd number of scrolls. Finally, the simulated circuit is realized experimentally and the results confirm good agreement with theoretical simulations.

  11. Extracting unstable periodic orbits from chaotic time series data

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    So, P.; Schiff, S.; Gluckman, B.J., [Center for Neuroscience, Childrens Research Institute, Childrens National Medical Center and the George Washington University, NW, Washington, D.C. 20010 (United States); So, P.; Ott, E.; Grebogi, C., [Institute for Plasma Research, University of Maryland, College Park, Maryland 20742 (United States); Sauer, T., [Department of Mathematics, The George Mason University, Fairfax, Virginia 22030 (United States); Gluckman, B.J., [Naval Surface Warfare Center, Carderock Division, Bethesda, Maryland 20054-5000 (United States)

    1997-05-01

    A general nonlinear method to extract unstable periodic orbits from chaotic time series is proposed. By utilizing the estimated local dynamics along a trajectory, we devise a transformation of the time series data such that the transformed data are concentrated on the periodic orbits. Thus, one can extract unstable periodic orbits from a chaotic time series by simply looking for peaks in a finite grid approximation of the distribution function of the transformed data. Our method is demonstrated using data from both numerical and experimental examples, including neuronal ensemble data from mammalian brain slices. The statistical significance of the results in the presence of noise is assessed using surrogate data. {copyright} {ital 1997} {ital The American Physical Society}

  12. Chaotic jam and phase transition in traffic flow with passing.

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    Nagatani, T

    1999-08-01

    The lattice hydrodynamic model is presented to take into account the passing effect in one-dimensional traffic flow. When the passing constant gamma is small, the conventional jamming transition occurs between the uniform traffic and kink density wave flows. When passing constant gamma is larger than the critical value, the jamming transitions occur from the uniform traffic flow, through the chaotic density wave flow, to the kink density wave flow, with an increasing delay time. The chaotic region increases with passing constant gamma. The neutral stability line is derived from the linear stability analysis. The neutral stability line coincides with the transition line between the uniform traffic and density wave flows. The modified Korteweg-de Vries equation describing the kink jam is derived for small values of gamma by use of a nonlinear analysis.

  13. Basic Studies on Chaotic Characteristics of Electric Power Market Price

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    Takeuchi, Yuya; Miyauchi, Hajime; Kita, Toshihiro

    Recently, deregulation and reform of electric power utilities have been progressing in many parts of the world. In Japan, partial deregulation has been started from generation sector since 1995 and partial deregulation of retail sector is executed through twice law revisions. Through the deregulation, because electric power is traded in the market and its price is always fluctuated, it is important for the electric power business to analyze and predict the price. Although the price data of the electric power market is time series data, it is not always proper to analyze by the linear model such as ARMA because the price sometimes changes suddenly. Therefore, in this paper, we apply the methods of chaotic time series analysis, one of non-linear analysis methods, and investigate the chaotic characteristics of the system price of JEPX.

  14. The Spatiotemporal Evolution of Wave Packets under Chaotic Condition

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    LIU Fang; LI Jun-Qing; LUO Yi-Xiao; XU Gong-Ou; ZUO Wei

    2001-01-01

    Using the minimum uncertainty state of quantum integrable system H0 as initial state,the spatiotemporal evolution of the wave packet under the action of perturbed Hamiltonian is studied causally as in classical mechanics. Due to the existence of the avoided energy level crossing in the spectrum there exist nonlinear resonances between somepairs of neighboring components of the wave packet,the deterministic dynamical evolution becomes very complicated and appears to be chaotic.It is proposed to use expectation values for the whole set of basic dynamical variables and the corresponding spreading widths to describe the topological features concisely such that the quantum chaotic motion can be studied in contrast with the quantum regular motion and well characterized with the asymptotic behaviors.It has been demonstrated with numerical results that such a wave packet has indeed quantum behaviors of ergodicity asin corresponding classical case.

  15. Spread-spectrum communication using binary spatiotemporal chaotic codes

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    Wang, Xingang; Zhan, Meng; Gong, Xiaofeng; Lai, Choy Heng; Lai, Ying-Cheng

    2005-01-01

    We propose a scheme to generate binary code for baseband spread-spectrum communication by using a chain of coupled chaotic maps. We compare the performances of this type of spatiotemporal chaotic code with those of a conventional code used frequently in digital communication, the Gold code, and demonstrate that our code is comparable or even superior to the Gold code in several key aspects: security, bit error rate, code generation speed, and the number of possible code sequences. As the field of communicating with chaos faces doubts in terms of performance comparison with conventional digital communication schemes, our work gives a clear message that communicating with chaos can be advantageous and it deserves further attention from the nonlinear science community.

  16. Chaotic dynamics of size dependent Timoshenko beams with functionally graded properties along their thickness

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    Awrejcewicz, J.; Krysko, A. V.; Pavlov, S. P.; Zhigalov, M. V.; Krysko, V. A.

    2017-09-01

    Chaotic dynamics of microbeams made of functionally graded materials (FGMs) is investigated in this paper based on the modified couple stress theory and von Kármán geometric nonlinearity. We assume that the beam properties are graded along the thickness direction. The influence of size-dependent and functionally graded coefficients on the vibration characteristics, scenarios of transition from regular to chaotic vibrations as well as a series of static problems with an emphasis put on the load-deflection behavior are studied. Our theoretical/numerical analysis is supported by methods of nonlinear dynamics and the qualitative theory of differential equations supplemented by Fourier and wavelet spectra, phase portraits, and Lyapunov exponents spectra estimated by different algorithms, including Wolf's, Rosenstein's, Kantz's, and neural networks. We have also detected and numerically validated a general scenario governing transition into chaotic vibrations, which follows the classical Ruelle-Takens-Newhouse scenario for the considered values of the size-dependent and grading parameters.

  17. Design and implementation of grid multi-scroll fractional-order chaotic attractors.

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    Chen, Liping; Pan, Wei; Wu, Ranchao; Tenreiro Machado, J A; Lopes, António M

    2016-08-01

    This paper proposes a novel approach for generating multi-scroll chaotic attractors in multi-directions for fractional-order (FO) systems. The stair nonlinear function series and the saturated nonlinear function are combined to extend equilibrium points with index 2 in a new FO linear system. With the help of stability theory of FO systems, stability of its equilibrium points is analyzed, and the chaotic behaviors are validated through phase portraits, Lyapunov exponents, and Poincaré section. Choosing the order 0.96 as an example, a circuit for generating 2-D grid multiscroll chaotic attractors is designed, and 2-D 9 × 9 grid FO attractors are observed at most. Numerical simulations and circuit experimental results show that the method is feasible and the designed circuit is correct.

  18. Elementary quadratic chaotic flows with a single non-hyperbolic equilibrium

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    Wei, Zhouchao, E-mail: weizhouchao@163.com [School of Mathematics and Physics, China University of Geosciences, Wuhan, 430074 (China); College of Mechanical Engineering, Beijing University of Technology, Beijing, 100124 (China); Mathematical Institute, University of Oxford, Oxford (United Kingdom); Sprott, J.C., E-mail: sprott@physics.wisc.edu [Department of Physics, University of Wisconsin, Madison, WI 53706 (United States); Chen, Huai [Faculty of Earth Sciences, China University of Geosciences, Wuhan, 430074 (China)

    2015-10-02

    Highlights: • A kind of jerk equations are proposed. • Chaos can occur with all types of a non-hyperbolic equilibrium. • The mechanism of generating chaos is discussed. • Feigenbaum's constant explains the identified chaotic flows. - Abstract: This paper describes a class of third-order explicit autonomous differential equations, called jerk equations, with quadratic nonlinearities that can generate a catalog of nine elementary dissipative chaotic flows with the unusual feature of having a single non-hyperbolic equilibrium. They represent an interesting sub-class of dynamical systems that can exhibit many major features of regular and chaotic motion. The proposed systems are investigated through numerical simulations and theoretical analysis. For these jerk dynamical systems, a certain amount of nonlinearity is sufficient to produce chaos through a sequence of period-doubling bifurcations.

  19. Design and implementation of grid multi-scroll fractional-order chaotic attractors

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    Chen, Liping, E-mail: lip-chenhut@126.com; Pan, Wei [School of Electrical Engineering and Automation, Hefei University of Technology, Hefei 230009 (China); Wu, Ranchao [School of Mathematics, Anhui University, Hefei 230039 (China); Tenreiro Machado, J. A. [Department of Electrical Engineering, Institute of Engineering, Polytechnic of Porto, R. Dr. António Bernardino de Almeida, 431, 4249-015 Porto (Portugal); Lopes, António M. [UISPA–LAETA/INEGI, Faculty of Engineering, University of Porto, Rua Dr. Roberto Frias, 4200-465 Porto (Portugal)

    2016-08-15

    This paper proposes a novel approach for generating multi-scroll chaotic attractors in multi-directions for fractional-order (FO) systems. The stair nonlinear function series and the saturated nonlinear function are combined to extend equilibrium points with index 2 in a new FO linear system. With the help of stability theory of FO systems, stability of its equilibrium points is analyzed, and the chaotic behaviors are validated through phase portraits, Lyapunov exponents, and Poincaré section. Choosing the order 0.96 as an example, a circuit for generating 2-D grid multiscroll chaotic attractors is designed, and 2-D 9 × 9 grid FO attractors are observed at most. Numerical simulations and circuit experimental results show that the method is feasible and the designed circuit is correct.

  20. Model-based detector and extraction of weak signal frequencies from chaotic data.

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    Zhou, Cangtao; Cai, Tianxing; Heng Lai, Choy; Wang, Xingang; Lai, Ying-Cheng

    2008-03-01

    Detecting a weak signal from chaotic time series is of general interest in science and engineering. In this work we introduce and investigate a signal detection algorithm for which chaos theory, nonlinear dynamical reconstruction techniques, neural networks, and time-frequency analysis are put together in a synergistic manner. By applying the scheme to numerical simulation and different experimental measurement data sets (Henon map, chaotic circuit, and NH(3) laser data sets), we demonstrate that weak signals hidden beneath the noise floor can be detected by using a model-based detector. Particularly, the signal frequencies can be extracted accurately in the time-frequency space. By comparing the model-based method with the standard denoising wavelet technique as well as supervised principal components analysis detector, we further show that the nonlinear dynamics and neural network-based approach performs better in extracting frequencies of weak signals hidden in chaotic time series.

  1. Nonlinear behavior of the tarka flute's distinctive sounds

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    Gérard, Arnaud; Yapu-Quispe, Luis; Sakuma, Sachiko; Ghezzi, Flavio; Ramírez-Ávila, Gonzalo Marcelo

    2016-09-01

    The Andean tarka flute generates multiphonic sounds. Using spectral techniques, we verify two distinctive musical behaviors and the nonlinear nature of the tarka. Through nonlinear time series analysis, we determine chaotic and hyperchaotic behavior. Experimentally, we observe that by increasing the blow pressure on different fingerings, peculiar changes from linear to nonlinear patterns are produced, leading ultimately to quenching.

  2. Synchronization of spatiotemporal chaotic systems and application to secure communication of digital image

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    Wang Xing-Yuan; Zhang Na; Ren Xiao-Li; Zhang Yong-Lei

    2011-01-01

    Coupled map lattices (CMLs) are taken as examples to study the synchronization of spatiotemporal chaotic systems. In this paper, we use the nonlinear coupled method to implement the synchronization of two coupled map lattices. Through the appropriate separation of the linear term from the nonlinear term of the spatiotemporal chaotic system, we set the nonlinear term as the coupling function and then we can achieve the synchronization of two coupled map lattices. After that, we implement the secure communication of digital image using this synchronization method. Then, the discrete characteristics of the nonlinear coupling spatiotemporal chaos are applied to the discrete pixel of the digital image. After the synchronization of both the communication parties, the receiver can decrypt the original image. Numerical simulations show the effectiveness and the feasibility of the proposed program.

  3. Chaotic cold accretion on to black holes

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    Gaspari, M.; Ruszkowski, M.; Oh, S. Peng

    2013-07-01

    Bondi theory is often assumed to adequately describe the mode of accretion in astrophysical environments. However, the Bondi flow must be adiabatic, spherically symmetric, steady, unperturbed, with constant boundary conditions. Using 3D adaptive mesh refinement simulations, linking the 50 kpc to the sub-parsec (sub-pc) scales over the course of 40 Myr, we systematically relax the classic assumptions in a typical galaxy hosting a supermassive black hole. In the more realistic scenario, where the hot gas is cooling, while heated and stirred on large scales, the accretion rate is boosted up to two orders of magnitude compared with the Bondi prediction. The cause is the non-linear growth of thermal instabilities, leading to the condensation of cold clouds and filaments when tcool/tff ≲ 10. The clouds decouple from the hot gas, `raining' on to the centre. Subsonic turbulence of just over 100 km s-1 (M > 0.2) induces the formation of thermal instabilities, even in the absence of heating, while in the transonic regime turbulent dissipation inhibits their growth (tturb/tcool ≲ 1). When heating restores global thermodynamic balance, the formation of the multiphase medium is violent, and the mode of accretion is fully cold and chaotic. The recurrent collisions and tidal forces between clouds, filaments and the central clumpy torus promote angular momentum cancellation, hence boosting accretion. On sub-pc scales the clouds are channelled to the very centre via a funnel. In this study, we do not inject a fixed initial angular momentum, though vorticity is later seeded by turbulence. A good approximation to the accretion rate is the cooling rate, which can be used as subgrid model, physically reproducing the boost factor of 100 required by cosmological simulations, while accounting for the frequent fluctuations. Since our modelling is fairly general (turbulence/heating due to AGN feedback, galaxy motions, mergers, stellar evolution), chaotic cold accretion may be common in

  4. Chaotic domains: A numerical investigation

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    Cross, M. C.; Meiron, D.; Tu, Yuhai

    1994-01-01

    We study the chaotic domain state in rotating convection using a model equation that allows for a continuous range of roll orientations as in the experimental system. Methods are developed for extracting the domain configuration from the resulting patterns that should be applicable to a wide range of domain states. Comparison with the truncated three mode amplitude equation description is made.

  5. Chaotic Dynamics in Hybrid Systems

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    P.J. Collins (Pieter)

    2008-01-01

    htmlabstractIn this paper we give an overview of some aspects of chaotic dynamics in hybrid systems, which comprise different types of behaviour. Hybrid systems may exhibit discontinuous dependence on initial conditions leading to new dynamical phenomena. We indicate how methods from topological

  6. Chaotic dynamics in hybrid systems

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    P.J. Collins (Pieter)

    2008-01-01

    htmlabstractIn this paper we give an overview of some aspects of chaotic dynamics in hybrid systems, which comprise different types of behaviour. Hybrid systems may exhibit discontinuous dependence on initial conditions leading to new dynamical phenomena. We indicate how methods from topological

  7. Chaotic Dispersal of Tidal Debris

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    Price-Whelan, Adrian M; Valluri, Monica; Pearson, Sarah; Kupper, Andreas H W; Hogg, David W

    2015-01-01

    Several long, dynamically cold stellar streams have been observed around the Milky Way Galaxy, presumably formed from the tidal disruption of globular clusters. In integrable potentials---where all orbits are dynamically regular---tidal debris phase-mixes close to the orbit of the progenitor system. However, cosmological simulations of structure formation suggest that the Milky Way's dark matter halo is expected not to be fully integrable; an appreciable fraction of orbits will be chaotic. This paper examines the influence of chaos on the phase-space morphology of cold tidal streams. We find very stark results: Streams in chaotic regions look very different from those in regular regions. We find that streams (simulated using test particle ensembles of nearby orbits) can be sensitive to chaos on a much shorter time-scale than any standard prediction (from the Lyapunov or frequency-diffusion times). For example, on a weakly chaotic orbit with a chaotic timescale predicted to be >1000 orbital periods (>1000 Gyr)...

  8. Learning in a Chaotic Environment

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    Goldman, Ellen; Plack, Margaret; Roche, Colleen; Smith, Jeffrey; Turley, Catherine

    2009-01-01

    Purpose: The purpose of this study is to understand how, when, and why emergency medicine residents learn while working in the chaotic environment of a hospital emergency room. Design/methodology/approach: This research used a qualitative interview methodology with thematic data analysis that was verified with the entire population of learners.…

  9. Chaotic dynamics, fluctuations, nonequilibrium ensembles.

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    Gallavotti, Giovanni

    1998-06-01

    The ideas and the conceptual steps leading from the ergodic hypothesis for equilibrium statistical mechanics to the chaotic hypothesis for equilibrium and nonequilibrium statistical mechanics are illustrated. The fluctuation theorem linear law and universal slope prediction for reversible systems is briefly derived. Applications to fluids are briefly alluded to. (c) 1998 American Institute of Physics.

  10. Chaotic generation based on figure-of-eight erbium-doped fiber laser with an optical fiber ring

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    ZHANG Li; YANG Rong; YANG Ling-zhen

    2012-01-01

    We experimentally demonstrate the chaotic generation in a figure-of-eight erbium-doped fiber laser (F8L) with an optical fiber ring (OFR).With an appropriate combination of polarization controllers,we find that the fiber laser exhibits perioddoubling route to chaos,and the chaotic self-synchronous dynamics has a tendcncy to be reduced significantly.The experimental results show the tendency is related to the interference and the nonlinear phase shift of light in the optical fiber ring.Meanwhile,the chaotic dynamics is related to the polarization state and pump power.

  11. Stochastic and Chaotic Sub- and Superharmonic Response of Shallow Cables due to Chord Elongations

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    Nielsen, Søren R.K.; Sichani, Mahdi Teimouri

    2011-01-01

    to enhance chaotic behavior. Based on Monte Carlo simulation on a reduced non-linear two-degree-of freedom system the indicated effects have been investigated for stochastic subharmonic resonance of order 2:1, and stochastic superharmonic resonances of orders 1:2 and 2:3. By analyzing the responses for two...

  12. Global stabilization of the new chaotic system based on small-gain theorem

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    Liu Debin [Department of Mathematics, Huazhong University of Science and Technology, Wuhan 430074 (China); Yang Xiaosong [Department of Mathematics, Huazhong University of Science and Technology, Wuhan 430074 (China)], E-mail: yangxs@cqupt.edu.cn

    2008-05-15

    In this paper, we study chaos control of the new chaotic system. Based on small-gain theorem, a class of nonlinear feedback controllers are designed such that the equilibria of the controlled systems are globally asymptotically stable, thus eliminating chaos.

  13. A chaotic hierarchy Festschrift Rösler (Otto E) on his 50th birthday

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    1991-01-01

    This collection of articles introduces the idea of a hierarchical order in chaotic systems and natural phenomena. To understand nature, nonlinear sciences use a multidisciplinary perspective. Therefore the book integrates research work of different fields: experimental evidence for the theory drawn from physics, biology and chemistry; theoretical progress in mathematical treatment, numerical techniques and graphical methods of nonlinear sciences; and to not-yet-understood philosophical and fundamental problems related to chaos and cosmos, chaos and quantum mechanics or evolutionary dynamics.

  14. Visibility graphlet approach to chaotic time series

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    Mutua, Stephen [Business School, University of Shanghai for Science and Technology, Shanghai 200093 (China); Computer Science Department, Masinde Muliro University of Science and Technology, P.O. Box 190-50100, Kakamega (Kenya); Gu, Changgui, E-mail: gu-changgui@163.com, E-mail: hjyang@ustc.edu.cn; Yang, Huijie, E-mail: gu-changgui@163.com, E-mail: hjyang@ustc.edu.cn [Business School, University of Shanghai for Science and Technology, Shanghai 200093 (China)

    2016-05-15

    Many novel methods have been proposed for mapping time series into complex networks. Although some dynamical behaviors can be effectively captured by existing approaches, the preservation and tracking of the temporal behaviors of a chaotic system remains an open problem. In this work, we extended the visibility graphlet approach to investigate both discrete and continuous chaotic time series. We applied visibility graphlets to capture the reconstructed local states, so that each is treated as a node and tracked downstream to create a temporal chain link. Our empirical findings show that the approach accurately captures the dynamical properties of chaotic systems. Networks constructed from periodic dynamic phases all converge to regular networks and to unique network structures for each model in the chaotic zones. Furthermore, our results show that the characterization of chaotic and non-chaotic zones in the Lorenz system corresponds to the maximal Lyapunov exponent, thus providing a simple and straightforward way to analyze chaotic systems.

  15. Advances and applications in chaotic systems

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    Volos, Christos

    2016-01-01

    This book reports on the latest advances and applications of chaotic systems. It consists of 25 contributed chapters by experts who are specialized in the various topics addressed in this book. The chapters cover a broad range of topics of chaotic systems such as chaos, hyperchaos, jerk systems, hyperjerk systems, conservative and dissipative systems, circulant chaotic systems, multi-scroll chaotic systems, finance chaotic system, highly chaotic systems, chaos control, chaos synchronization, circuit realization and applications of chaos theory in secure communications, mobile robot, memristors, cellular neural networks, etc. Special importance was given to chapters offering practical solutions, modeling and novel control methods for the recent research problems in chaos theory. This book will serve as a reference book for graduate students and researchers with a basic knowledge of chaos theory and control systems. The resulting design procedures on the chaotic systems are emphasized using MATLAB software.

  16. Visibility graphlet approach to chaotic time series.

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    Mutua, Stephen; Gu, Changgui; Yang, Huijie

    2016-05-01

    Many novel methods have been proposed for mapping time series into complex networks. Although some dynamical behaviors can be effectively captured by existing approaches, the preservation and tracking of the temporal behaviors of a chaotic system remains an open problem. In this work, we extended the visibility graphlet approach to investigate both discrete and continuous chaotic time series. We applied visibility graphlets to capture the reconstructed local states, so that each is treated as a node and tracked downstream to create a temporal chain link. Our empirical findings show that the approach accurately captures the dynamical properties of chaotic systems. Networks constructed from periodic dynamic phases all converge to regular networks and to unique network structures for each model in the chaotic zones. Furthermore, our results show that the characterization of chaotic and non-chaotic zones in the Lorenz system corresponds to the maximal Lyapunov exponent, thus providing a simple and straightforward way to analyze chaotic systems.

  17. Chaotic dynamics in optimal monetary policy

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    Gomes, O.; Mendes, V. M.; Mendes, D. A.; Sousa Ramos, J.

    2007-05-01

    There is by now a large consensus in modern monetary policy. This consensus has been built upon a dynamic general equilibrium model of optimal monetary policy as developed by, e.g., Goodfriend and King [ NBER Macroeconomics Annual 1997 edited by B. Bernanke and J. Rotemberg (Cambridge, Mass.: MIT Press, 1997), pp. 231 282], Clarida et al. [J. Econ. Lit. 37, 1661 (1999)], Svensson [J. Mon. Econ. 43, 607 (1999)] and Woodford [ Interest and Prices: Foundations of a Theory of Monetary Policy (Princeton, New Jersey, Princeton University Press, 2003)]. In this paper we extend the standard optimal monetary policy model by introducing nonlinearity into the Phillips curve. Under the specific form of nonlinearity proposed in our paper (which allows for convexity and concavity and secures closed form solutions), we show that the introduction of a nonlinear Phillips curve into the structure of the standard model in a discrete time and deterministic framework produces radical changes to the major conclusions regarding stability and the efficiency of monetary policy. We emphasize the following main results: (i) instead of a unique fixed point we end up with multiple equilibria; (ii) instead of saddle-path stability, for different sets of parameter values we may have saddle stability, totally unstable equilibria and chaotic attractors; (iii) for certain degrees of convexity and/or concavity of the Phillips curve, where endogenous fluctuations arise, one is able to encounter various results that seem intuitively correct. Firstly, when the Central Bank pays attention essentially to inflation targeting, the inflation rate has a lower mean and is less volatile; secondly, when the degree of price stickiness is high, the inflation rate displays a larger mean and higher volatility (but this is sensitive to the values given to the parameters of the model); and thirdly, the higher the target value of the output gap chosen by the Central Bank, the higher is the inflation rate and its

  18. Measurement of Phase Difference for Micromachined Gyros Driven by Rotating Aircraft

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    Wei Zhang

    2013-08-01

    Full Text Available This paper presents an approach for realizing a phase difference measurement of a new gyro. A silicon micromachined gyro was mounted on rotating aircraft for aircraft attitude control. Aircraft spin drives the silicon pendulum of a gyro rotating at a high speed so that it can sense the transverse angular velocity of the rotating aircraft based on the gyroscopic precession principle when the aircraft has transverse rotation. In applications of the rotating aircraft single channel control system, such as damping in the attitude stabilization loop, the gyro signal must be kept in sync with the control signal. Therefore, the phase difference between both signals needs to be measured accurately. Considering that phase difference is mainly produced by both the micromachined part and the signal conditioning circuit, a mathematical model has been established and analyzed to determine the gyro’s phase frequency characteristics. On the basis of theoretical analysis, a dynamic simulation has been done for a case where the spin frequency is 15 Hz. Experimental results with the proposed measurement method applied to a silicon micromachined gyro driven by a rotating aircraft demonstrate that it is effective in practical applications. Measured curve and numerical analysis of phase frequency characteristic are in accordance, and the error between measurement and simulation is only 5.3%.

  19. Design of a Ka-band gyro-TWT amplifier for broadband operation

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    Alaria, Mukesh Kumar; Sinha, A. K. [Microwave Tubes Area, CSIR-Central Electronics Engineering Research Institute, Pilani 333031 (India); Choyal, Y. [Department of Physics, Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya, Indore (India)

    2013-07-15

    In this paper, the design of a Ka-band periodically ceramic loaded gyro-TWT amplifier has been carried out. The design predict that the interaction structure can produce more than 80 kW output power, 50 dB saturated gain, and 3 dB bandwidth for 65 kV and 5 A electron beam with velocity ratio (α) of 1.2. This paper describes the design and simulation of a high performance 35 GHz TE{sub 01} mode gyro-TWT that applies the same technique of employing a periodic dielectric loaded interaction structure to achieve stability and wide bandwidth. The design of input coupler with loaded interaction structure for Ka-band Gyro-TWT has been carried out using Ansoft hfss. The return loss (S{sub 11}) and transmission loss (S{sub 21}) of the Ka-band gyro-TWT input coupler have been found to be −27.3 dB and −0.05 dB, respectively. The design of output window for Ka-band Gyro-TWT has been carried out using cst microwave studio.

  20. Attitude and gyro bias estimation by the rotation of an inertial measurement unit

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    Wu, Zheming; Sun, Zhenguo; Zhang, Wenzeng; Chen, Qiang

    2015-12-01

    In navigation applications, the presence of an unknown bias in the measurement of rate gyros is a key performance-limiting factor. In order to estimate the gyro bias and improve the accuracy of attitude measurement, we proposed a new method which uses the rotation of an inertial measurement unit, which is independent from rigid body motion. By actively changing the orientation of the inertial measurement unit (IMU), the proposed method generates sufficient relations between the gyro bias and tilt angle (roll and pitch) error via ridge body dynamics, and the gyro bias, including the bias that causes the heading error, can be estimated and compensated. The rotation inertial measurement unit method makes the gravity vector measured from the IMU continuously change in a body-fixed frame. By theoretically analyzing the mathematic model, the convergence of the attitude and gyro bias to the true values is proven. The proposed method provides a good attitude estimation using only measurements from an IMU, when other sensors such as magnetometers and GPS are unreliable. The performance of the proposed method is illustrated under realistic robotic motions and the results demonstrate an improvement in the accuracy of the attitude estimation.

  1. Psychotherapy Is Chaotic-(Not Only) in a Computational World.

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    Schiepek, Günter K; Viol, Kathrin; Aichhorn, Wolfgang; Hütt, Marc-Thorsten; Sungler, Katharina; Pincus, David; Schöller, Helmut J

    2017-01-01

    Objective: The aim of this article is to outline the role of chaotic dynamics in psychotherapy. Besides some empirical findings of chaos at different time scales, the focus is on theoretical modeling of change processes explaining and simulating chaotic dynamics. It will be illustrated how some common factors of psychotherapeutic change and psychological hypotheses on motivation, emotion regulation, and information processing of the client's functioning can be integrated into a comprehensive nonlinear model of human change processes. Methods: The model combines 5 variables (intensity of emotions, problem intensity, motivation to change, insight and new perspectives, therapeutic success) and 4 parameters into a set of 5 coupled nonlinear difference equations. The results of these simulations are presented as time series, as phase space embedding of these time series (i.e., attractors), and as bifurcation diagrams. Results: The model creates chaotic dynamics, phase transition-like phenomena, bi- or multi-stability, and sensibility of the dynamic patterns on parameter drift. These features are predicted by chaos theory and by Synergetics and correspond to empirical findings. The spectrum of these behaviors illustrates the complexity of psychotherapeutic processes. Conclusion: The model contributes to the development of an integrative conceptualization of psychotherapy. It is consistent with the state of scientific knowledge of common factors, as well as other psychological topics, such as: motivation, emotion regulation, and cognitive processing. The role of chaos theory is underpinned, not only in the world of computer simulations, but also in practice. In practice, chaos demands technologies capable of real-time monitoring and reporting on the nonlinear features of the ongoing process (e.g., its stability or instability). Based on this monitoring, a client-centered, continuous, and cooperative process of feedback and control becomes possible. By contrast, restricted

  2. Chaotic operation and chaos control of travelling wave ultrasonic motor.

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    Shi, Jingzhuo; Zhao, Fujie; Shen, Xiaoxi; Wang, Xiaojie

    2013-08-01

    The travelling wave ultrasonic motor, which is a nonlinear dynamic system, has complex chaotic phenomenon with some certain choices of system parameters and external inputs, and its chaotic characteristics have not been studied until now. In this paper, the preliminary study of the chaos phenomenon in ultrasonic motor driving system has been done. The experiment of speed closed-loop control is designed to obtain several groups of time sampling data sequence of the amplitude of driving voltage, and phase-space reconstruction is used to analyze the chaos characteristics of these time sequences. The largest Lyapunov index is calculated and the result is positive, which shows that the travelling wave ultrasonic motor has chaotic characteristics in a certain working condition Then, the nonlinear characteristics of travelling wave ultrasonic motor are analyzed which includes Lyapunov exponent map, the bifurcation diagram and the locus of voltage relative to speed based on the nonlinear chaos model of a travelling wave ultrasonic motor. After that, two kinds of adaptive delay feedback controllers are designed in this paper to control and suppress chaos in USM speed control system. Simulation results show that the method can control unstable periodic orbits, suppress chaos in USM control system. Proportion-delayed feedback controller was designed following and arithmetic of fuzzy logic was used to adaptively adjust the delay time online. Simulation results show that this method could fast and effectively change the chaos movement into periodic or fixed-point movement and make the system enter into stable state from chaos state. Finally the chaos behavior was controlled.

  3. Identification of Chaotic Systems with Application to Chaotic Communication

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    FENG Jiu-Chao; QIU Yu-Hui

    2004-01-01

    @@ We propose and develop a novel method to identify a chaotic system with time-varying bifurcation parameters via an observation signal which has been contaminated by additive white Gaussian noise. This method is based on an adaptive algorithm, which takes advantage of the good approximation capability of the radial basis function neural network and the ability of the extended Kalman filter for tracking a time-varying dynamical system. It is demonstrated that, provided the bifurcation parameter varies slowly in a time window, a chaotic dynamical system can be tracked and identified continuously, and the time-varying bifurcation parameter can also be retrieved in a sub-window of time via a simple least-square-fit method.

  4. Chaotic laser synchronization and its application in optical fiber secure communication

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    YAN Senlin; CHI Zeying; CHEN Wenjian

    2004-01-01

    In this paper, optical fiber chaotic secure communication is proposed by coupling chaotic laser synchronous system with optical fiber propagation channel.Feedback synchronous system of chaotic semiconductor lasers is presented and synchronous error and decoding formulae are demonstrated. Synchronization between two chaotic laser systems with distributed feedback semiconductor lasers at wavelength of 1.31 μm is simulatively achieved with almost zero synchronous error. Parameter mismatch, synchronous transient response and noise effect on the system are studied.Robustness of synchronization and anti-perturbation can increase by increasing the feedback coefficient of the system. Influence of group-velocity-dispersion and self-phase modulation of optical fiber on chaotic laser signal and synchronization are analyzed, and it is found that group-velocity-dispersion affects pulse shape, synchronization and decoding,and limits optical fiber propagation distances, and self-phase modulation does not affect pulse shape, while its product of nonlinear phase shift can affect synchronization and decoding, and restrict propagation distances of optical fiber chaotic communication system and hence the maximum optical power formula is educed. Injecting parameter secure communication systems.

  5. Theoretical model of optical fiber secure communication system with chaotic multiple-quantum-well lasers

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    2007-01-01

    Chaotic synchronization of injected multiple-quantum-well lasers of optical fiber system and a theoretical model of optical fiber chaotic secure communication system are presented by coupling a chaotic multiple-quantum-well laser synchronization system and a fiber channel. A new chaotic encoding method of chaos phase shift keying On/Off is proposed for optical fiber secure communications. Chaotic synchronization is achieved numerically in long-haul fiber system at wavelength 1.55μm. The effect of the nonlinear-phase of fiber is analyzed on chaotic signal and synchronization. A sinusoidal signal of 0.2 GHz frequency is simulated numerically with chaos masking in long-haul fiber analog communication at wavelength 1.55μm while a digital signal of 0.5 Gbit/s bit rate is simulated numerically with c1 haos masking and a rate of 0.05 Gbit/s are also simulated numerically with chaos shift keying and chaos phase shift keying On/Off in long-haul fiber digital communications at wavelength 1.55μm

  6. All-optical chaotic MQW laser repeater for long-haul chaotic communications

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    Senlin Yan

    2005-01-01

    We present an all-optical chaotic multi-quantum-well (MQW) laser repeater system to be used in long-haul chaotic communications. Chaotic synchronization is achieved among transmitter, repeater, and receiver. Chaotic repeater communications with a sinusoidal signal of 0.2-GHz modulation frequency and a digital signal of 0.4-Gb/s bit rate are numerically simulated, respectively. Calculation results illustrate that the signals are well decoded by the chaotic repeaters. Its bandwidth and the characteristics at much high bit rate are also analyzed. Simulation shows that the repeater can improve decoding quality, especially in higher bit rate chaotic communications.

  7. The study of fuzzy chaotic neural network based on chaotic method

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    WANG Ke-jun; TANG Mo; ZHANG Yan

    2006-01-01

    This paper proposes a type of Fuzzy Chaotic Neural Network (FCNN). Firstly, the model of recurrent fuzzy neural network (RFNN) is considered, which adds a feedback in the second layer to realize dynamic map. Then, the Logistic map is introduced into the recurrent fuzzy neural network, so as to build a Fuzzy Chaotic Neural Network (FCNN). Its chaotic character is analyzed, and then the training algorithm and associate memory ability are studied subsequently. And then, a chaotic system is approximated using FCNN; the simulation results indicate that FCNN could approach dynamic system preferably. And owing to the introducing of chaotic map, the chaotic recollect capacity of FCNN is increased.

  8. On an intrinsic approach of the guiding-center anholonomy and gyro-gauge-arbitrariness

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    De Guillebon, Loïc

    2013-01-01

    The guiding-center anholonomy and gyro-gauge arbitrariness are considered in the light of a recently proposed gauge-independent gyro-angle. The difficulties are shown to completely disappear in this coordinate system, directly given by the physical state, but to have regular counterparts, related to intrinsic properties of the system. The basic differential operators do not behave just as partial derivatives. Covariant gradients with non-zero commutators show up, as well as a connection arbitrariness, because the coordinate system is constrained. Within the traditional coordinate system, the difficulties are found to come from the requirement for the coordinates to fit with the basic derivative operators, which also explains the non-global existence of the standard gyro-angle coordinate. To make covariant gradients commute, a connection is introduced for the pitch-angle as well, induced by its physical definition, but non-zero commutators are not avoided in phase-space. This provides an interesting framework ...

  9. Hybrid propulsion system with a gyro component for economic and dynamic operation. [of motor vehicle

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    Giera, B.; Helling, J.; Schreck, J.

    1977-01-01

    The design of a hybrid drive with gyro components is described and its drive components for a medium class private car are discussed. The gyro component affects the short-period output of the drive by accelerating and slowing down and -- because of the mechanical transfer of kinetic energy between the gyro and the vehicle -- it affects also the energy balance in the case of intermittent operation. Energy can be taken in as desired either in the form of fuel or as fuel and current. A high energy recovery efficiency as well as the favorable operating range of the interval combustion engine makes it possible to reduce the fuel consumption per unit distance travelled to almost half that for a private car with a traditional engine.

  10. Gyro-viscosity and linear dispersion relations in pair-ion magnetized plasmas

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    Kono, M

    2015-01-01

    A fluid theory has been developed by taking account of gyro-viscosity to study wave propagation characteristics in a homogeneous pair-ion magnetized plasma with a cylindrical symmetry. The exact dispersion relations derived by the Hankel-Fourier transformation are shown comparable with those observed in the experiment by Oohara and co-workers. The gyro-viscosity is responsible for the change in propagation characteristics of the ion cyclotron wave from forward to backward by suppressing the effect of the thermal pressure which normally causes the forward nature of dispersion. Although the experiment has been already explained by a kinetic theory by the present authors, the kinetic derivations are so involved because of exact particle orbits in phase space, finite Larmor radius effects, and higher order ion cyclotron resonances. The present fluid theory provides a simple and transparent structure to the dispersion relations since the gyro-viscosity is renormalized into the ion cyclotron frequency which itself ...

  11. Synchronization of uncertain chaotic systems using active sliding mode control

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    Haeri, Mohammad [Advanced Control System Lab, Electrical Engineering Department, Sharif University of Technology, Azadi Avenue, 11365-9363 Tehran (Iran, Islamic Republic of)]. E-mail: haeri@sina.sharif.edu; Tavazoei, Mohammad Saleh [Advanced Control System Lab, Electrical Engineering Department, Sharif University of Technology, Azadi Avenue, 11365-9363 Tehran (Iran, Islamic Republic of); Naseh, Majid Reza [Electrical Engineering Department, Islamic Azad University of Birjand, Birjand (Iran, Islamic Republic of)

    2007-08-15

    We apply the active sliding mode controller to synchronize two uncertain chaotic systems. Uncertainties are considered both in linear and nonlinear parts of the system dynamics. We have also studied the case that the signals are contaminated by measuring channel noise. It is shown that having some conditions on the uncertainties and noise magnitude, the closed loop stability can be guaranteed. The synchronization errors are shown to be confined into some bounded value. Numerical simulations are presented to evaluate the analysis and effectiveness of the controller.

  12. Some chaotic features of intrinsically coupled Josephson junctions

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    Kolahchi, M.R., E-mail: kolahchi@iasbs.ac.ir [Institute for Advanced Studies in Basic Sciences, Zanjan 45195-1159 (Iran, Islamic Republic of); Shukrinov, Yu.M. [BLTP, JINR, Dubna, Moscow Region 141980 (Russian Federation); Max-Planck-Institute for the Physics of Complex Systems, 01187 Dresden (Germany); Hamdipour, M. [Institute for Advanced Studies in Basic Sciences, Zanjan 45195-1159 (Iran, Islamic Republic of); BLTP, JINR, Dubna, Moscow Region 141980 (Russian Federation); Botha, A.E. [Department of Physics, University of South Africa, P.O. Box 392, Pretoria 0003 (South Africa); Suzuki, M. [Photonics and Electronics Science and Engineering Center and Department of Electronic Science and Engineering, Kyoto University, Kyoto 615-8510 (Japan)

    2013-08-15

    Highlights: ► Intrinsically coupled Josephson junctions model a high-T{sub c} superconductor. ► Intrinsically coupled Josephson junctions can act as a chaotic nonlinear system. ► Chaos could be due to resonance overlap. ► Avoiding parameters that lead to chaos is important for the design of resonators. -- Abstract: We look for chaos in an intrinsically coupled system of Josephson junctions. This study has direct applications for the high-T{sub c} resonators which require coherence amongst the junctions.

  13. Relativistic quantum level-spacing statistics in chaotic graphene billiards.

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    Huang, Liang; Lai, Ying-Cheng; Grebogi, Celso

    2010-05-01

    An outstanding problem in quantum nonlinear dynamics concerns about the energy-level statistics in experimentally accessible relativistic quantum systems. We demonstrate, using chaotic graphene confinements where electronic motions are governed by the Dirac equation in the low-energy regime, that the level-spacing statistics are those given by Gaussian orthogonal ensemble (GOE) random matrices. Weak magnetic field can change the level-spacing statistics to those of Gaussian unitary ensemble for electrons in graphene. For sufficiently strong magnetic field, the GOE statistics are restored due to the appearance of Landau levels.

  14. Gravitational ionization: a chaotic net in the Kepler system

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    Chicone, C.; Mashhoon, B.; Retzloff, D. G.

    1997-03-01

    The long-term nonlinear dynamics of a Keplerian binary system under the combined influences of gravitational radiation damping and external tidal perturbations is analysed. Gravitational radiation reaction leads the binary system towards eventual collapse, while the external periodic perturbations could lead to the ionization of the system via Arnold diffusion. When these two opposing tendencies nearly balance each other, interesting chaotic behaviour occurs which is briefly studied in this paper. It is possible to show that periodic orbits can exist in this system for sufficiently small damping. Moreover, we employ the method of averaging to investigate the phenomenon of capture into resonance.

  15. Global adaptive synchronization of chaotic systems with uncertain parameters

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    李智; 韩崇昭

    2002-01-01

    We propose a novel adaptive synchronization method for a class of nonlinear chaotic systems with uncertainparameters. Using the chaos control method, we derive a synchronizer, which can make the states of the driven systemglobally track the states of the drive system asymptotically. The advantage of our method is that our problem setting ismore general than those that already exist, and the synchronizer is simply constructed by an analytic formula, withoutknowledge in advance of the unknown bounds of the uncertain parameters. A computer simulation example is given tovalidate the proposed approach.

  16. Recovering chaotic properties from small data.

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    Shao, Chenxi; Fang, Fang; Liu, Qingqing; Wang, Tingting; Wang, Binghong; Yin, Peifeng

    2014-12-01

    Physical properties are obviously essential to study a chaotic system that generates discrete-time signals, but recovering chaotic properties of a signal source from small data is a very troublesome work. Existing chaotic models are weak in dealing with such case in that most of them need big data to exploit those properties. In this paper, geometric theory is considered to solve this problem. We build a smooth trajectory from series to implicitly exhibit the chaotic properties with series-nonuniform rational B-spline (S-NURBS) modeling method, which is presented by our team to model slow-changing chaotic time series. As for the part of validation, we reveal how well our model recovers the properties from both the statistical and the chaotic aspects to confirm the effectiveness of the model. Finally a practical chaotic model is built up to recover the chaotic properties contained in the Musa standard dataset, which is used in analyzing software reliability, thereby further proves the high credibility of this model in practical time series. The effectiveness of the S-NURBS modeling leads us to believe that it is really a feasible and worthy research area to study chaotic systems from geometric perspective. For this reason, we reckon that we have opened up a new horizon for chaotic system research.

  17. Calibration of gyro G-sensitivity coefficients with FOG monitoring on precision centrifuge

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    Lu, Jiazhen; Yang, Yanqiang; Li, Baoguo; Liu, Ming

    2017-07-01

    The advantages of mechanical gyros, such as high precision, endurance and reliability, make them widely used as the core parts of inertial navigation systems (INS) utilized in the fields of aeronautics, astronautics and underground exploration. In a high-g environment, the accuracy of gyros is degraded. Therefore, the calibration and compensation of the gyro G-sensitivity coefficients is essential when the INS operates in a high-g environment. A precision centrifuge with a counter-rotating platform is the typical equipment for calibrating the gyro, as it can generate large centripetal acceleration and keep the angular rate close to zero; however, its performance is seriously restricted by the angular perturbation in the high-speed rotating process. To reduce the dependence on the precision of the centrifuge and counter-rotating platform, an effective calibration method for the gyro g-sensitivity coefficients under fiber-optic gyroscope (FOG) monitoring is proposed herein. The FOG can efficiently compensate spindle error and improve the anti-interference ability. Harmonic analysis is performed for data processing. Simulations show that the gyro G-sensitivity coefficients can be efficiently estimated to up to 99% of the true value and compensated using a lookup table or fitting method. Repeated tests indicate that the G-sensitivity coefficients can be correctly calibrated when the angular rate accuracy of the precision centrifuge is as low as 0.01%. Verification tests are performed to demonstrate that the attitude errors can be decreased from 0.36° to 0.08° in 200 s. The proposed measuring technology is generally applicable in engineering, as it can reduce the accuracy requirements for the centrifuge and the environment.

  18. Particle filtering in high-dimensional chaotic systems.

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    Lingala, Nishanth; Sri Namachchivaya, N; Perkowski, Nicolas; Yeong, Hoong C

    2012-12-01

    We present an efficient particle filtering algorithm for multiscale systems, which is adapted for simple atmospheric dynamics models that are inherently chaotic. Particle filters represent the posterior conditional distribution of the state variables by a collection of particles, which evolves and adapts recursively as new information becomes available. The difference between the estimated state and the true state of the system constitutes the error in specifying or forecasting the state, which is amplified in chaotic systems that have a number of positive Lyapunov exponents. In this paper, we propose a reduced-order particle filtering algorithm based on the homogenized multiscale filtering framework developed in Imkeller et al. "Dimensional reduction in nonlinear filtering: A homogenization approach," Ann. Appl. Probab. (to be published). In order to adapt the proposed algorithm to chaotic signals, importance sampling and control theoretic methods are employed for the construction of the proposal density for the particle filter. Finally, we apply the general homogenized particle filtering algorithm developed here to the Lorenz'96 [E. N. Lorenz, "Predictability: A problem partly solved," in Predictability of Weather and Climate, ECMWF, 2006 (ECMWF, 2006), pp. 40-58] atmospheric model that mimics mid-latitude atmospheric dynamics with microscopic convective processes.

  19. Chaotic dynamics of flexible Euler-Bernoulli beams.

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    Awrejcewicz, J; Krysko, A V; Kutepov, I E; Zagniboroda, N A; Dobriyan, V; Krysko, V A

    2013-12-01

    Mathematical modeling and analysis of spatio-temporal chaotic dynamics of flexible simple and curved Euler-Bernoulli beams are carried out. The Kármán-type geometric non-linearity is considered. Algorithms reducing partial differential equations which govern the dynamics of studied objects and associated boundary value problems are reduced to the Cauchy problem through both Finite Difference Method with the approximation of O(c(2)) and Finite Element Method. The obtained Cauchy problem is solved via the fourth and sixth-order Runge-Kutta methods. Validity and reliability of the results are rigorously discussed. Analysis of the chaotic dynamics of flexible Euler-Bernoulli beams for a series of boundary conditions is carried out with the help of the qualitative theory of differential equations. We analyze time histories, phase and modal portraits, autocorrelation functions, the Poincaré and pseudo-Poincaré maps, signs of the first four Lyapunov exponents, as well as the compression factor of the phase volume of an attractor. A novel scenario of transition from periodicity to chaos is obtained, and a transition from chaos to hyper-chaos is illustrated. In particular, we study and explain the phenomenon of transition from symmetric to asymmetric vibrations. Vibration-type charts are given regarding two control parameters: amplitude q(0) and frequency ω(p) of the uniformly distributed periodic excitation. Furthermore, we detected and illustrated how the so called temporal-space chaos is developed following the transition from regular to chaotic system dynamics.

  20. Intelligent Controller for Synchronization New Three Dimensional Chaotic System

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    Alireza Sahab

    2014-07-01

    Full Text Available One of the most important phenomena of some systems is chaos which is caused by nonlinear dynamics. In this paper, the new 3 dimensional chaotic system is first investigated and then utilized an intelligent controller based on brain emotional learning (BELBIC, this new chaotic system is synchronized. The BELBIC consists of reward signal which accepts positive values. Improper selection of the parameters causes an improper behavior which may cause serious problems such as instability of the system. It is needed to optimize these parameters. Genetic Algorithm (GA, Cuckoo Optimization Algorithm (COA, Particle Swarm Optimization Algorithm (PSO and Imperialist Competitive Algorithm (ICA are used to compute the optimal parameters for the reward signal of BELBIC. These algorithms can select appropriate and optimal values for the parameters. These minimize the Cost Function, so the optimal values for the parameters will be founded. Selected cost function is defined to minimizing the least square errors. Cost function enforces the system errors to decay to zero rapidly. Numerical simulation will show that this method much better, faster and more effective than previous methods can be new 3D chaotic system mode to bring synchronized.

  1. Organizational Knowledge Conversion and Creation Processes in a Chaotic Environment

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    Andrei Ștefan NESTIAN

    2013-05-01

    Full Text Available This is an explorative and conceptual paper, based on the analysis and comparison of relevant literature. the purpose of the article is to clarify the differences between knowledge creating processes and knowledge conversion processes, by analysing them when confronted with a chaotic environment. the way the knowledge conversion and creation processes are presented by Ikujiro Nonaka and his co-workers suggests the necessary existence of a Ba in order to generate the spiral of knowledge creation. this implies the acceptance of a relationship between the environment and the knowledge conversion process, in which the environment influences the knowledge creation. the article is based on the hypothesis that a chaotic environment, characterized by unpredictability, non-linearity and crisis, will lead to specific ways of functioning of the knowledge creation and conversion process that highlight the relations between the two different types of processes. Starting from the general concept of resilience, herein one proposes and explains the concept of resilience of the knowledge conversion system. the role of the attractors from the chaotic environment in the creation of new knowledge is identified and explained

  2. Chaotic dynamics in nanoscale NbO2 Mott memristors for analogue computing

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    Kumar, Suhas; Strachan, John Paul; Williams, R. Stanley

    2017-08-01

    At present, machine learning systems use simplified neuron models that lack the rich nonlinear phenomena observed in biological systems, which display spatio-temporal cooperative dynamics. There is evidence that neurons operate in a regime called the edge of chaos that may be central to complexity, learning efficiency, adaptability and analogue (non-Boolean) computation in brains. Neural networks have exhibited enhanced computational complexity when operated at the edge of chaos, and networks of chaotic elements have been proposed for solving combinatorial or global optimization problems. Thus, a source of controllable chaotic behaviour that can be incorporated into a neural-inspired circuit may be an essential component of future computational systems. Such chaotic elements have been simulated using elaborate transistor circuits that simulate known equations of chaos, but an experimental realization of chaotic dynamics from a single scalable electronic device has been lacking. Here we describe niobium dioxide (NbO2) Mott memristors each less than 100 nanometres across that exhibit both a nonlinear-transport-driven current-controlled negative differential resistance and a Mott-transition-driven temperature-controlled negative differential resistance. Mott materials have a temperature-dependent metal-insulator transition that acts as an electronic switch, which introduces a history-dependent resistance into the device. We incorporate these memristors into a relaxation oscillator and observe a tunable range of periodic and chaotic self-oscillations. We show that the nonlinear current transport coupled with thermal fluctuations at the nanoscale generates chaotic oscillations. Such memristors could be useful in certain types of neural-inspired computation by introducing a pseudo-random signal that prevents global synchronization and could also assist in finding a global minimum during a constrained search. We specifically demonstrate that incorporating such

  3. Illusion optics in chaotic light

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    Zhang, Su-Heng; Gan, Shu; Xiong, Jun; Zhang, Xiangdong; Wang, Kaige

    2010-08-01

    The time-reversal process provides the possibility to counteract the time evolution of a physical system. Recent research has shown that such a process can occur in the first-order field correlation of chaotic light and result in the spatial interference and phase-reversal diffraction in an unbalanced interferometer. Here we report experimental investigations on the invisibility cloak and illusion phenomena in chaotic light. In an unbalanced interferometer illuminated by thermal light, we have observed the cloak effect and the optical transformation of one object into another object. The experimental results can be understood by the phase-reversal diffraction, and they demonstrate the theoretical proposal of similar effects in complementary media.

  4. Chaotic attractors with separated scrolls

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    Bouallegue, Kais, E-mail: kais-bouallegue@yahoo.fr [Department of Electrical Engineering, Higher Institute of Applied Sciences and Technology of Sousse, Sousse (Tunisia)

    2015-07-15

    This paper proposes a new behavior of chaotic attractors with separated scrolls while combining Julia's process with Chua's attractor and Lorenz's attractor. The main motivation of this work is the ability to generate a set of separated scrolls with different behaviors, which in turn allows us to choose one or many scrolls combined with modulation (amplitude and frequency) for secure communication or synchronization. This set seems a new class of hyperchaos because each element of this set looks like a simple chaotic attractor with one positive Lyapunov exponent, so the cardinal of this set is greater than one. This new approach could be used to generate more general higher-dimensional hyperchaotic attractor for more potential application. Numerical simulations are given to show the effectiveness of the proposed theoretical results.

  5. Artificial Ionization and UHF Radar Response Associated with HF Frequencies near Electron Gyro-Harmonics (Invited)

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    Watkins, B. J.; Fallen, C. T.; Secan, J. A.

    2013-12-01

    We present new results from O-mode ionospheric heating experiments at the HAARP facility in Alaska to demonstrate that the magnitude of artificial ionization production is critically dependent on the choice of HF frequency near gyro-harmonics. For O-mode heating in the lower F-region ionosphere, typically about 200 km altitude, artificial ionization enhancements are observed in the lower ionosphere (about 150 - 220 km) and also in the topside ionosphere above about 500 km. Lower ionosphere density enhancements are inferred from HF-enhanced ion and plasma-line signals observed with UHF radar. Upper ionospheric density enhancements have been observed with TEC (total electron content) experiments by monitoring satellite radio beacons where signal paths traverse the HF-modified ionosphere. Both density enhancements and corresponding upward plasma fluxes have also been observed in the upper ionosphere via in-situ satellite observations. The data presented focus mainly on observations near the third and fourth gyro-harmonics. The specific values of the height-dependent gyro-harmonics have been computed from a magnetic model of the field line through the HF heated volume. Experiments with several closely spaced HF frequencies around the gyro-harmonic frequency region show that the magnitude of the lower-ionosphere artificial ionization production maximizes for HF frequencies about 1.0 - 1.5 MHz above the gyro-harmonic frequency. The response is progressively larger as the HF frequency is increased in the frequency region near the gyro-harmonics. For HF frequencies that are initially greater than the gyro-harmonic value the UHF radar scattering cross-section is relatively small, and non-existent or very weak signals are observed; as the signal returns drop in altitude due to density enhancements the HF interaction region passes through lower altitudes where the HF frequency is less than the gyro-harmonic value, for these conditions the radar scattering cross-section is

  6. Zero Gyro Kalman Filtering in the Presence of a Reaction Wheel Failure

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    Hur-Diaz, Sun; Wirzburger, John; Smith, Dan; Myslinski, Mike

    2007-01-01

    Typical implementation of Kalman filters for spacecraft attitude estimation involves the use of gyros for three-axis rate measurements. When there are less than three axes of information available, the accuracy of the Kalman filter depends highly on the accuracy of the dynamics model. This is particularly significant during the transient period when a reaction wheel with a high momentum fails, is taken off-line, and spins down. This paper looks at how a reaction wheel failure can affect the zero-gyro Kalman filter performance for the Hubble Space Telescope and what steps are taken to minimize its impact.

  7. GyroVR: Simulating Inertia in Virtual Reality using Head Worn Flywheels

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    Gugenheimer, Jan; Wolf, Dennis; Eiríksson, Eyþór Rúnar

    2016-01-01

    We present GyroVR, head worn flywheels designed to render inertia in Virtual Reality (VR. Motions such as flying, diving or floating in outer space generate kinesthetic forces onto our body which impede movement and are currently not represented in VR. We simulate those kinesthetic forces...... by attaching flywheels to the users head, leveraging the gyroscopic effect of resistance when changing the spinning axis of rotation. GyroVR is an ungrounded, wireless and self contained device allowing the user to freely move inside the virtual environment. The generic shape allows to attach it to different...

  8. The convergence of chaotic integrals

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    Bauer, O; Bauer, Oliver; Mainieri, Ronnie

    1995-01-01

    We review the convergence of chaotic integrals computed by Monte Carlo simulation, the trace method, dynamical zeta function, and Fredholm determinant on a simple one-dimensional example: the parabola repeller. There is a dramatic difference in convergence between these approaches. The convergence of the Monte Carlo method follows an inverse power law, whereas the trace method and dynamical zeta function converge exponentially, and the Fredholm determinant converges faster than any exponential.

  9. Chaotic behavior in dopamine neurodynamics.

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    King, R; Barchas, J.D.; Huberman, B A

    1984-01-01

    We report the results of the dynamics of a model of the central dopaminergic neuronal system. In particular, for certain values of a parameter k, which monitors the efficacy of dopamine at the postsynaptic receptor, chaotic solutions of the dynamical equations appear--a prediction that correlates with the observed increased variability in behavior among schizophrenics, the rapid fluctuations in motor activity among Parkinsonian patients treated chronically with L-dopa, and the lability of moo...

  10. Chaotic principle an experimental test

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    Bonetto, F; Garrido, P L

    1996-01-01

    The chaotic hypothesis discussed in [GC1] is tested experimentally in a simple conduction model. Besides a confirmation of the hypothesis predictions the results suggest the validity of the hypothesis in the much wider context in which, as the forcing strength grows, the attractor ceases to be an Anosov system and becomes an Axiom A attractor. A first test of the new predictions is also attempted.

  11. Area-preserving maps models of gyroaveraged E×B chaotic transport

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    Fonseca, J. D. da, E-mail: jfonseca@if.usp.br; Caldas, I. L., E-mail: ibere@if.usp.br [Institute of Physics, University of São Paulo, São Paulo, SP 5315-970 (Brazil); Castillo-Negrete, D. del, E-mail: delcastillod@ornl.gov [Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Oak Ridge, Tennessee 37831-8071 (United States)

    2014-09-15

    Discrete maps have been extensively used to model 2-dimensional chaotic transport in plasmas and fluids. Here we focus on area-preserving maps describing finite Larmor radius (FLR) effects on E × B chaotic transport in magnetized plasmas with zonal flows perturbed by electrostatic drift waves. FLR effects are included by gyro-averaging the Hamiltonians of the maps which, depending on the zonal flow profile, can have monotonic or non-monotonic frequencies. In the limit of zero Larmor radius, the monotonic frequency map reduces to the standard Chirikov-Taylor map, and in the case of non-monotonic frequency, the map reduces to the standard nontwist map. We show that in both cases FLR leads to chaos suppression, changes in the stability of fixed points, and robustness of transport barriers. FLR effects are also responsible for changes in the phase space topology and zonal flow bifurcations. Dynamical systems methods based on the counting of recurrences times are used to quantify the dependence on the Larmor radius of the threshold for the destruction of transport barriers.

  12. Dynamics and Synchronization of Semiconductor Lasers for Chaotic Optical Communications

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    Liu, Jia-Ming; Chen, How-Foo; Tang, Shuo

    The objective of this chapter is to provide a complete picture of the nonlinear dynamics and chaos synchronization of single-mode semiconductor lasers for chaotic optical communications. Basic concepts and theoretical framework are reviewed. Experimental results are presented to demonstrate the fundamental concepts. Numerical computations are employed for mapping the dynamical states and for illustrating certain detailed characteristics of the chaotic states. Three different semiconductor laser systems, namely, the optical injection system, the optical feedback system, and the optoelectronic feedback system, that are of most interest for high-bit-rate chaotic optical communications are considered. The optical injection system is a nonautonomous system that follows a period-doubling route to chaos. The optical feedback system is a phase-sensitive delayed-feedback autonomous system for which all three known routes, namely, period-doubling, quasiperiodicity, and intermittency, to chaos can be found. The optical feedback system is a phase-insensitive delayed-feedback autonomous system that follows a quasiperiodicity route to chaotic pulsing. Identical synchronization in unidirectionally coupled configurations is the focus of discussions for chaotic communications. For optical injection and optical feedback systems, the frequency, phase, and amplitude of the optical fields of both transmitter and receiver lasers are all locked in synchronism when complete synchronization is accomplished. For the optoelectronic feedback system, chaos synchronization involves neither the locking of the optical frequency nor the synchronization of the optical phase. For both optical feedback and optoelectronic feedback systems, where the transmitter is configured with a delayed feedback loop, anticipated and retarded synchronization can be observed as the difference between the feedback delay time and the propagation time from the transmitter laser to the receiver laser is varied. For a

  13. CHAOTIC ZONES AROUND GRAVITATING BINARIES

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    Shevchenko, Ivan I., E-mail: iis@gao.spb.ru [Pulkovo Observatory of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Pulkovskoje ave. 65, St. Petersburg 196140 (Russian Federation)

    2015-01-20

    The extent of the continuous zone of chaotic orbits of a small-mass tertiary around a system of two gravitationally bound primaries of comparable masses (a binary star, a binary black hole, a binary asteroid, etc.) is estimated analytically, as a function of the tertiary's orbital eccentricity. The separatrix map theory is used to demonstrate that the central continuous chaos zone emerges (above a threshold in the primaries' mass ratio) due to overlapping of the orbital resonances corresponding to the integer ratios p:1 between the tertiary and the central binary periods. In this zone, the unlimited chaotic orbital diffusion of the tertiary takes place, up to its ejection from the system. The primaries' mass ratio, above which such a chaotic zone is universally present at all initial eccentricities of the tertiary, is estimated. The diversity of the observed orbital configurations of biplanetary and circumbinary exosystems is shown to be in accord with the existence of the primaries' mass parameter threshold.

  14. Nonlinear dynamics as an engine of computation.

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    Kia, Behnam; Lindner, John F; Ditto, William L

    2017-03-06

    Control of chaos teaches that control theory can tame the complex, random-like behaviour of chaotic systems. This alliance between control methods and physics-cybernetical physics-opens the door to many applications, including dynamics-based computing. In this article, we introduce nonlinear dynamics and its rich, sometimes chaotic behaviour as an engine of computation. We review our work that has demonstrated how to compute using nonlinear dynamics. Furthermore, we investigate the interrelationship between invariant measures of a dynamical system and its computing power to strengthen the bridge between physics and computation.This article is part of the themed issue 'Horizons of cybernetical physics'.

  15. Nonlinear dynamics as an engine of computation

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    Kia, Behnam; Lindner, John F.; Ditto, William L.

    2017-03-01

    Control of chaos teaches that control theory can tame the complex, random-like behaviour of chaotic systems. This alliance between control methods and physics-cybernetical physics-opens the door to many applications, including dynamics-based computing. In this article, we introduce nonlinear dynamics and its rich, sometimes chaotic behaviour as an engine of computation. We review our work that has demonstrated how to compute using nonlinear dynamics. Furthermore, we investigate the interrelationship between invariant measures of a dynamical system and its computing power to strengthen the bridge between physics and computation. This article is part of the themed issue 'Horizons of cybernetical physics'.

  16. A Compressed Sensing Framework of Frequency-Sparse Signals through Chaotic Systems

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    Liu, Zhong; Xi, Feng

    2011-01-01

    This paper proposes a compressed sensing (CS) framework for the acquisition and reconstruction of frequency-sparse signals with chaotic dynamical systems. The sparse signal is acting as an excitation term of a discrete-time chaotic system and the compressed measurement is obtained by downsampling the system output. The reconstruction is realized through the estimation of the excitation coefficients with principle of impulsive chaos synchronization. The -norm regularized nonlinear least squares is used to find the estimation. The proposed framework is easily implementable and creates secure measurements. The Henon map is used as an example to illustrate the principle and the performance.

  17. Analysis and control for a new chaotic system via piecewise linear feedback

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    Zhang Jianxiong [Institute of Systems Engineering, Tianjin University, Tianjin 300072 (China)], E-mail: jxzhang@tju.edu.cn; Tang Wansheng [Institute of Systems Engineering, Tianjin University, Tianjin 300072 (China)

    2009-11-30

    This paper presents a new three-dimensional chaotic system containing two system parameters and a nonlinear term in the form of arc-hyperbolic sine function. The complicated dynamics are studied by virtue of theoretical analysis, numerical simulation and Lyapunov exponents spectrum. The system proposed is converted to an uncertain piecewise linear system. Then, based on piecewise quadratic Lyapunov function technique, the global control of the new chaotic system with {alpha}-stability constraint via piecewise linear state feedback is studied, where the optimal controller maximizing the decay rate {alpha} can be obtained by solving an optimization problem under bilinear matrix inequalities (BMIs) constraints.

  18. Chaotic queue-based genetic algorithm for design of a self-tuning fuzzy logic controller

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    Saini, Sanju; Saini, J. S.

    2012-11-01

    This paper employs a chaotic queue-based method using logistic equation in a non-canonical genetic algorithm for optimizing the performance of a self-tuning Fuzzy Logic Controller, used for controlling a nonlinear double-coupled system. A comparison has been made with a standard canonical genetic algorithm implemented on the same plant. It has been shown that chaotic queue-method brings an improvement in the performance of the FLC for wide range of set point changes by a more profound initial population spread in the search space.

  19. Synchronization of Uncertain Time Delay Chaotic Systems using the Adaptive Fuzzy Method

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    关新平; 华长春

    2002-01-01

    We consider the synchronization problem of a class of first-order differential-delay chaotic systems. We utilize time-delay fuzzy logic systems to approximate continuous nonlinear time-delay functions, so that the precise mathematical model need not be known. Adopting the adaptive fuzzy control method, we construct a class of state feedback controllers which can render the closed-loop error systems to be asymptotically stable. We carry out simulations of synchronizing Mackey-Glass and logistic chaotic systems, and the results are reasonable.

  20. Numerical Investigation on Mixing Efficiency and Exponential Fluid Stretching in Chaotic Mixing

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    王林翔; 陈鹰; 范毓润; 路甬祥

    2000-01-01

    The stretching and folding of fluid element during chaotic mixing field is studied using numerical method. The chaotic mixing process is caused by periodic secondary flow in a twisted curved pipe. Using the nonlinear discrete velocity field as the dynamical system, the present study connects the fluid particle's stretching along its trajectory in one period to a linearized time-varying variational equation. After numerical approximation of the variational equation, fluid stretching is calculated on the whole cross section. The stretching distribution shows an exponential fluid stretching and folding, which indicates an excellent mixing performance.

  1. Numerical Investigation on Mixing Efficiency and Exponential Fluid Stretching in Chaotic Mixing

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    2000-01-01

    The stretching and folding of fluid element during chaotic mixing field isstudied using numerical method. The chaotic mixing process is caused byperiodicsecondary flow in a twisted curved pipe. Using the nonlinear discrete velocity field as thedynamical system, the present study connects the fluid particle's stretching along itstrajectory in one period to a linearized time-varying variational equation. After numericalapproximation of the variational equation, fluid stretching is calculated on the whole crosssection. The stretching distribution shows an exponential fluid stretching and folding,which indicates an excellent mixing performance.

  2. Generalized projective synchronization of a class of chaotic (hyperchaotic) systems with uncertain parameters

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    Jia Zhen; Lu Jun-An; Deng Guang-Ming; Zhang Qun-Jiao

    2007-01-01

    In this paper is investigated the generalized projective synchronization of a class of chaotic (or hyperchaotic) systems, in which certain parameters can be separated from uncertain parameters. Based on the adaptive technique, the globally generalized projective synchronization of two identical chaotic (hyperchaotic) systems is achieved by designing a novel nonlinear controller. Furthermore, the parameter identification is realized simultaneously. A sufficient condition for the globally projective synchronization is obtained. Finally, by taking the hyperchaotic Lü system as example, some numerical simulations are provided to demonstrate the effectiveness and feasibility of the proposed technique.

  3. An aperiodic phenomenon of the unscented Kalman filter in filtering noisy chaotic signals

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    2007-01-01

    A non-periodic oscillatory behavior of the unscented Kalman filter (UKF) when used to filter noisy contaminated chaotic signals is reported. We show both theoretically and experimentally that the gain of the UKF may not converge or diverge but oscillate aperiodically. More precisely, when a nonlinear system is periodic, the Kalman gain and error covariance of the UKF converge to zero. However, when the system being considered is chaotic, the Kalman gain either converges to a fixed point with a magnitude larger than zero or oscillates aperiodically.

  4. Feedback control and adaptive synchronization of chaotic forced Bonhoeffer-van der Pol oscillators

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    Kontchou, E W Chimi; Fotsin, H B [Laboratoire d' Electronique, Departement de Physique, Faculte des Sciences, Universite de Dschang, B P 67 Dschang (Cameroon); Woafo, P [Laboratory of Modelling and Simulation in Engineering and Biological Physics, Faculty of Science, University of Yaounde I, Box 812, Yaounde (Cameroon)], E-mail: hbfotsin@yahoo.fr

    2008-04-15

    This paper deals with chaos control and synchronization in forced Bonhoeffer-van der Pol (FBVP) oscillators. The state equations of the model are first established and the stability is analysed. A feedback control strategy for stabilizing the chaotic dynamics on a periodic orbit of the phase space is investigated. Adaptive synchronization of two FBVP oscillators, based on parameter estimation and a nonlinear observer approach, is also investigated. It appears that a particular unknown parameter of the model can be estimated, which gives the possibility of recovering information through chaotic masking. An application in secure communications is presented.

  5. Characterizing chaotic melodies in automatic music composition.

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    Coca, Andrés E; Tost, Gerard O; Zhao, Liang

    2010-09-01

    In this paper, we initially present an algorithm for automatic composition of melodies using chaotic dynamical systems. Afterward, we characterize chaotic music in a comprehensive way as comprising three perspectives: musical discrimination, dynamical influence on musical features, and musical perception. With respect to the first perspective, the coherence between generated chaotic melodies (continuous as well as discrete chaotic melodies) and a set of classical reference melodies is characterized by statistical descriptors and melodic measures. The significant differences among the three types of melodies are determined by discriminant analysis. Regarding the second perspective, the influence of dynamical features of chaotic attractors, e.g., Lyapunov exponent, Hurst coefficient, and correlation dimension, on melodic features is determined by canonical correlation analysis. The last perspective is related to perception of originality, complexity, and degree of melodiousness (Euler's gradus suavitatis) of chaotic and classical melodies by nonparametric statistical tests.

  6. Characterizing chaotic melodies in automatic music composition

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    Coca, Andrés E.; Tost, Gerard O.; Zhao, Liang

    2010-09-01

    In this paper, we initially present an algorithm for automatic composition of melodies using chaotic dynamical systems. Afterward, we characterize chaotic music in a comprehensive way as comprising three perspectives: musical discrimination, dynamical influence on musical features, and musical perception. With respect to the first perspective, the coherence between generated chaotic melodies (continuous as well as discrete chaotic melodies) and a set of classical reference melodies is characterized by statistical descriptors and melodic measures. The significant differences among the three types of melodies are determined by discriminant analysis. Regarding the second perspective, the influence of dynamical features of chaotic attractors, e.g., Lyapunov exponent, Hurst coefficient, and correlation dimension, on melodic features is determined by canonical correlation analysis. The last perspective is related to perception of originality, complexity, and degree of melodiousness (Euler's gradus suavitatis) of chaotic and classical melodies by nonparametric statistical tests.

  7. Digital Communication Using Chaotic Pulse Generators

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    Rulkov, N F; Tsimring, L S; Volkovskii, A R; Abarbanel, Henry D I; Larson, L; Yao, K

    1999-01-01

    Utilization of chaotic signals for covert communications remains a very promising practical application. Multiple studies indicated that the major shortcoming of recently proposed chaos-based communication schemes is their susceptibility to noise and distortions in communication channels. In this talk we discuss a new approach to communication with chaotic signals, which demonstrates good performance in the presence of channel distortions. This communication scheme is based upon chaotic signals in the form of pulse trains where intervals between the pulses are determined by chaotic dynamics of a pulse generator. The pulse train with chaotic interpulse intervals is used as a carrier. Binary information is modulated onto this carrier by the pulse position modulation method, such that each pulse is either left unchanged or delayed by a certain time, depending on whether ``0'' or ``1'' is transmitted. By synchronizing the receiver to the chaotic pulse train we can anticipate the timing of pulses corresponding to ...

  8. Modeling Analysis on the Gyro Stabilized%陀螺稳定平台建模分析

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    丛爽; 邓科; 尚伟伟; 沈宏海

    2011-01-01

    建模分析是研究和设计陀螺稳定平台的关键步骤.合理的平台模型有助于分析误差来源并设计相应的控制策略,为研究制造高精度陀螺稳定平台提供基础.本文在阐述陀螺稳定平台的硬件组成和单轴控制结构的基础上.分析了误差源以及轴间耦合问题.针对非线性摩擦力、陀螺漂移和机械谐振3个平台误差重要来源,进行平台模型建立与分析方法的研究,并讨论平台其他环节的模型.基于以上分析,面向解耦后的单轴控制系统,建立一种综合性的模型.该模型为包括电流环、速度环、稳定环和位置环在内的四环控制系统,其中非线性摩擦力部分使用了LuGre摩擦模型,并分析整体模型的特点.为研究陀螺稳定平台模型及误差补偿策略提供了一种模块化建模分析的方法.%Modeling analysis is a key step to study and design the gyro stabilized platform.A reasonable platform model is a big help for analyzing the error sources and designing appropriate control strategies.It provides the foundation for researching high-precision gyrc stabilized platform.Based on the description of the platform's hardware and single-axis control structure, the error sources and coupling between ares are analyzed.Then, modeling and analysis methods are studied for non-linear friction, gyro drift, and mechanical resonance, the three main factors have influence on the precision, and the models for other parts of the platform are also discussed.Based on the above modeling analysis, an overall model which is comprehensive for decoupled single-axis control system is given.This model is consisting of four loops.namely, current loop.velocity loop.stability loop, and position loop.In this system the LuGre friction model is chosen to characterize the non-linear friction.In addition, the characteristics of the control system are also illustrated.A reference for modeling analysis and designing error compensation stategy of

  9. Higher-dimensional chaotic dynamics of a composite laminated piezoelectric rectangular plate

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    ZHANG Wei; GAO MeiJuan; YAO MingHui; YAO ZhiGang

    2009-01-01

    The analysis on the chaotic dynamics of a six-dimensional nonlinear system which represents the averaged equation of a composite laminated piezoelectric rectangular plate is given for the first time. The theory of normal form and the energy-phase method are combined to investigate the higher-dimensional chaotic dynamics of the composite laminated piezoelectric rectangular plate. Firstly, the theory of normal form is used to reduce the six-dimensional averaged equation to the simpler normal form.Then, the energy-phase method is extended to analyze the global bifurcations and chaotic dynamics of a six-dimensional nonlinear system. The analysis results indicate that there exist the homoclinic bifurcation and Shilnikov type multi-pulse chaos for the composite laminated piezoelectric rectangular plate. Finally, numerical simulations are also used to investigate the nonlinear dynamic characteristics of the composite laminated piezoelectric rectangular plate. The results of numerical simulations also demonstrate that there exist the chaotic motions and the multi-pulse jumping orbits of the composite laminated piezoelectric rectangular plate.

  10. Higher-dimensional chaotic dynamics of a composite laminated piezoelectric rectangular plate

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    2009-01-01

    The analysis on the chaotic dynamics of a six-dimensional nonlinear system which represents the averaged equation of a composite laminated piezoelectric rectangular plate is given for the first time. The theory of normal form and the energy-phase method are combined to investigate the higher-dimen-sional chaotic dynamics of the composite laminated piezoelectric rectangular plate. Firstly,the theory of normal form is used to reduce the six-dimensional averaged equation to the simpler normal form. Then,the energy-phase method is extended to analyze the global bifurcations and chaotic dynamics of a six-dimensional nonlinear system. The analysis results indicate that there exist the homoclinic bi-furcation and Shilnikov type multi-pulse chaos for the composite laminated piezoelectric rectangular plate. Finally,numerical simulations are also used to investigate the nonlinear dynamic characteristics of the composite laminated piezoelectric rectangular plate. The results of numerical simulations also demonstrate that there exist the chaotic motions and the multi-pulse jumping orbits of the composite laminated piezoelectric rectangular plate.

  11. A Double-Wing Chaotic System Based on Ion Migration Memristor and Its Sliding Mode Control

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    Min, Guoqi; Duan, Shukai; Wang, Lidan

    The ion migration memristor is a nonlinear element with memory function and nanoscale size, it is considered as a potential candidate to reduce system power consumption and circuit size. When it works as the nonlinear part of the chaotic system, rich nonlinear curves will be produced, and at the same time, the complexity of chaotic systems and the randomness of signals will be enhanced. So in this paper, by Matlab numerical simulation, a new double-wing chaotic system based on an ion migration memristor is designed. In reality, there are many systems interfered inevitably by random noise, so in this paper the random bounded noises are also considered. The power spectrum, Lyapunov exponent spectrum, Poincaré map and bifurcation diagram are used to investigate its complex dynamic characteristics. Then, a SPICE-based analog circuit is presented to verify the feasibility of the system, for which the simulation results are consistent with the numerical simulation. Finally, the sliding mode variable structure control is applied to overcome the shortcomings of traditional control method, so that the chaotic orbits can be controlled to any fixed points or periodic orbits, and this provides an insight into chaos control in power electronics systems.

  12. Confined chaotic behavior in collective motion for populations of globally coupled chaotic elements

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    Nakagawa, N; Nakagawa, Naoko; Komatsu, Teruhisa S.

    1999-01-01

    The Lyapunov exponent for collective motion is defined in order to characterize chaotic properties of collective motion for large populations of chaotic elements. Numerical computations for this quantity suggest that such collective motion is always chaotic, whenever it appears. Chaotic behavior of collective motion is found to be confined within a small scale, whose size is estimated using the value of the Lyapunov exponent. Finally, we conjecture why the collective motion appears low dimensional despite the actual high dimensionality of the dynamics.

  13. Synchronization of chaotic systems with parameter driven by a chaotic signal

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    Li Guohui [Department of Communication Engineering, Shanghai University, Yanchang Road 149, Shanghai 200072 (China)] e-mail: ghlee@shl63.net

    2005-12-01

    Chaos control with driving parameter scheme in uncoupled identical chaotic oscillators is presented. By driving the parameter of chaotic systems using external chaotic signal, synchronization and anti-synchronization can be implemented. Numerical simulations show that either synchronization or anti-synchronization can appear depending significantly on initial condition and on driving strength. The proposed method is particularly suited for a variety of chaotic systems, which cannot couple with each other in engineering.

  14. Chaotic behavior of ion exchange phenomena in polymer gel electrolytes through irradiated polymeric membrane

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    Rawat, Sangeeta; Saha, Barnamala; Prasad, Awadhesh [Department of Physics and Astrophysics, University of Delhi, Delhi 110007 (India); Chandra, Amita, E-mail: achandra@physics.du.ac.in [Department of Physics and Astrophysics, University of Delhi, Delhi 110007 (India)

    2012-05-14

    A desktop experiment has been done to show the nonlinearity in the I–V characteristics of an ion conducting electrochemical micro-system. Its chaotic dynamics is being reported for the first time which has been captured by an electronic circuit. Polyvinylidene fluoride-co-hexafluoropropene (PVdF-HFP) gel electrolyte comprising of a combination of plasticizers (ethylene carbonate and propylene carbonate) and salts have been prepared to study the exchange of ions through porous polyethylene terephthalate (PET) membranes. The nonlinearity of this system is due to the ion exchange of the polymer gel electrolytes (PGEs) through a porous membrane. The different regimes of spiking and non-spiking chaotic motions are being presented. The possible applications are highlighted. -- Highlights: ► For the first time, the nonlinear dynamics of an electrochemical micro-system has been reported. ► The nonlinearity generates due to the ion exchange of polymer gel electrolytes through irradiated polymeric membrane. ► The nonlinearity can be tailored by changing the pore size of irradiated membrane. ► Sprott's circuit has been modified to capture the phenomena of ion transport through membrane. ► Attractor formation and Lyapunov exponent confirms the chaotic behavior of presently investigated system.

  15. COMPARISON OF CHAOTIC AND FRACTAL PROPERTIES OF POLAR FACULAE WITH SUNSPOT ACTIVITY

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    Deng, L. H.; Xiang, Y. Y.; Dun, G. T. [Yunnan Observatories, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Kunming 650216 (China); Li, B., E-mail: wooden@escience.cn [Shandong Provincial Key Laboratory of Optical Astronomy and Solar-Terrestrial Environment, School of Space Science and Physics, Shandong University at Weihai, Weihai 264209 (China)

    2016-01-15

    The solar magnetic activity is governed by a complex dynamo mechanism and exhibits a nonlinear dissipation behavior in nature. The chaotic and fractal properties of solar time series are of great importance to understanding the solar dynamo actions, especially with regard to the nonlinear dynamo theories. In the present work, several nonlinear analysis approaches are proposed to investigate the nonlinear dynamical behavior of the polar faculae and sunspot activity for the time interval from 1951 August to 1998 December. The following prominent results are found: (1) both the high- and the low-latitude solar activity are governed by a three-dimensional chaotic attractor, and the chaotic behavior of polar faculae is the most complex, followed by that of the sunspot areas, and then the sunspot numbers; (2) both the high- and low-latitude solar activity exhibit a high degree of persistent behavior, and their fractal nature is due to such long-range correlation; (3) the solar magnetic activity cycle is predictable in nature, but the high-accuracy prediction should only be done for short- to mid-term due to its intrinsically dynamical complexity. With the help of the Babcock–Leighton dynamo model, we suggest that the nonlinear coupling of the polar magnetic fields with strong active-region fields exhibits a complex manner, causing the statistical similarities and differences between the polar faculae and the sunspot-related indicators.

  16. Comparison of Chaotic and Fractal Properties of Polar Faculae with Sunspot Activity

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    Deng, L. H.; Li, B.; Xiang, Y. Y.; Dun, G. T.

    2016-01-01

    The solar magnetic activity is governed by a complex dynamo mechanism and exhibits a nonlinear dissipation behavior in nature. The chaotic and fractal properties of solar time series are of great importance to understanding the solar dynamo actions, especially with regard to the nonlinear dynamo theories. In the present work, several nonlinear analysis approaches are proposed to investigate the nonlinear dynamical behavior of the polar faculae and sunspot activity for the time interval from 1951 August to 1998 December. The following prominent results are found: (1) both the high- and the low-latitude solar activity are governed by a three-dimensional chaotic attractor, and the chaotic behavior of polar faculae is the most complex, followed by that of the sunspot areas, and then the sunspot numbers; (2) both the high- and low-latitude solar activity exhibit a high degree of persistent behavior, and their fractal nature is due to such long-range correlation; (3) the solar magnetic activity cycle is predictable in nature, but the high-accuracy prediction should only be done for short- to mid-term due to its intrinsically dynamical complexity. With the help of the Babcock-Leighton dynamo model, we suggest that the nonlinear coupling of the polar magnetic fields with strong active-region fields exhibits a complex manner, causing the statistical similarities and differences between the polar faculae and the sunspot-related indicators.

  17. Investigating chaotic features in solar radiation over a tropical station using recurrence quantification analysis

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    Ogunjo, Samuel T.; Adediji, Adekunle T.; Dada, Joseph B.

    2017-01-01

    The use of solar energy for power generation and other uses is on the increase. This demand necessitate a better understanding of the underlying dynamics for better prediction. Nonlinear dynamics and its associated tools readily lend itself for such analysis. In this paper, nonlinearity in solar radiation data is tested using recurrence plot (RP) and recurrence quantification analysis (RQA) in a tropical station. The data used was obtained from an ongoing campaign at the Federal University of Technology, Akure, Southwestern Nigeria using an Integrated Sensor Suite (Vantage2 Pro). Half hourly and daily values were tested for each month of the year. Both were found to be nonlinear. The dry months of the year exhibit higher chaoticity compared to the wet months of the year. The daily average values were found to be mildly chaotic. Using RQA, features due to external effects such as harmattan and intertropical discontinuity (ITD) on solar radiation data were uniquely identified.

  18. Output Regulation of the Arneodo Chaotic System

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    Sundarapandian Vaidyanathan

    2010-01-01

    This paper solves the problem of regulating the output of the Arneodo chaotic system (1981), which is one of the paradigms of chaotic dynamical systems. Explicitly, using the state feedback control laws, the output of the Arneodo chaotic system is regulated so as to track constant reference signals as well as to track periodic reference signals. The control laws are derived using the regulator equations of Byrnes and Isidori (1990), which provide the solution of the output regulation problem ...

  19. Intermittent chaotic chimeras for coupled rotators.

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    Olmi, Simona; Martens, Erik A; Thutupalli, Shashi; Torcini, Alessandro

    2015-09-01

    Two symmetrically coupled populations of N oscillators with inertia m display chaotic solutions with broken symmetry similar to experimental observations with mechanical pendulums. In particular, we report evidence of intermittent chaotic chimeras, where one population is synchronized and the other jumps erratically between laminar and turbulent phases. These states have finite lifetimes diverging as a power law with N and m. Lyapunov analyses reveal chaotic properties in quantitative agreement with theoretical predictions for globally coupled dissipative systems.

  20. Chaotic evolution of the solar system

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    Sussman, Gerald J.; Wisdom, Jack

    1992-01-01

    The evolution of the entire planetary system has been numerically integrated for a time span of nearly 100 million years. This calculation confirms that the evolution of the solar system as a whole is chaotic, with a time scale of exponential divergence of about 4 million years. Additional numerical experiments indicate that the Jovian planet subsystem is chaotic, although some small variations in the model can yield quasi-periodic motion. The motion of Pluto is independently and robustly chaotic.