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Title: Applying Chaos Control in Periodic Windows
Authors: Bishop, S.R.
Xu, D. 
Liaw, C.-Y. 
Chan, E.-S. 
Issue Date: 1-Aug-1998
Citation: Bishop, S.R., Xu, D., Liaw, C.-Y., Chan, E.-S. (1998-08-01). Applying Chaos Control in Periodic Windows. Chaos, Solitons and Fractals 9 (8) : 1297-1305. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.
Abstract: Methods developed for the control of chaos usually consider a nonlinear system set at particular parameters which result in chaotic motion. Then, using only tiny control adjustments, a chaotic trajectory is stabilised onto a choice of unstable periodic solutions embedded within the original chaotic motion. In this paper however we make use of the periodic windows, which typically exist within the chaotic regimes of a bifurcation diagram as a single parameter is varied, so that the same advantages of chaos control can be achieved, but now with the system initially set at parameters which produce a stable periodic motion. Within a periodic window an infinite number of unstable solutions may naturally coexist with the stable state. By perturbing the stable motion a chaotic-like transient can be induced which, when it approaches the location of a desired solution, can be stabilised. We illustrate the feasibility of this idea using a self-locating control scheme in a periodic window of the Hénon map. We show that, starting from a stable periodic motion, one can flexibly manipulate the system between many co-existing solutions without major changes to the overall configuration of the system. © 1998 Elsevier Science Ltd. All rights reserved.
Source Title: Chaos, Solitons and Fractals
ISSN: 09600779
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