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Title: Synchronization of symmetric chaotic systems
Author: González-Miranda, J. M. (Jesús Manuel)
Keywords: Física estadística
Termodinàmica
Sistemes no lineals
Caos (Teoria de sistemes)
Dinàmica de fluids
Electrònica
Microones
Sincronització
Statistical physics
Thermodynamics
Nonlinear systems
Chaotic behavior in systems
Fluid dynamics
Electronics
Microwaves
Synchronization
Issue Date: 1996
Publisher: The American Physical Society
Abstract: This paper contains a study of the synchronization by homogeneous nonlinear driving of systems that are symmetric in phase space. The main consequence of this symmetry is the ability of the response to synchronize in more than just one way to the driving systems. These different forms of synchronization are to be understood as generalized synchronization states in which the motions of drive and response are in complete correlation, but the phase space distance between them does not converge to zero. In this case the synchronization phenomenon becomes enriched because there is multistability. As a consequence, there appear multiple basins of attraction and special responses to external noise. It is shown, by means of a computer simulation of various nonlinear systems, that: (i) the decay to the generalized synchronization states is exponential, (ii) the basins of attraction are symmetric, usually complicated, frequently fractal, and robust under the changes in the parameters, and (iii) the effect of external noise is to weaken the synchronization, and in some cases to produce jumps between the various synchronization states available
Note: Reproducció del document publicat a: http://dx.doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevE.53.5656
It is part of: Physical Review E, 1996, vol. 53, núm. 6, p. 5656-5669
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2445/18811
ISSN: 1063-651X
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