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Ljachin A. V., Magazinnikov A. L., Poizner B. N. Identification of processes in the model of ring interferometer when optical field is rotated through 120°. Izvestiya VUZ. Applied Nonlinear Dynamics, 2002, vol. 10, iss. 6, pp. 71-80. DOI: 10.18500/0869-6632-2002-10-6-71-80

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Identification of processes in the model of ring interferometer when optical field is rotated through 120°

Ljachin Aleksandr Vladimirovich, National Research Tomsk State University
Magazinnikov Anton Leonidovich, National Research Tomsk State University
Poizner Boris Nikolaevich, National Research Tomsk State University

The possible regimes in model of processes in nonlinear ring interferometer when optical field is rotated through 120° in transversal plane are identified. The map of dynamic regimes is constructed. The map represents areas of parameters of this system where е steady stationary point, limit cycle, strange chaotic attractor аге realized Conclusion is illustrated by phase portraits, amplitude Fourier spectra, auto-correlation functions of the processes, dependence of Lyapunov’s characteristic exponents from parameters of this system. Correlation dimension of attractors is evaluated.

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The authors are deeply grateful for the provision of computing resources to A.V. Romensky and A.A. Zhukov, as well as to S.N. Vladimir and I.V. Izmailov for the provided software and advice. The authors gratefully admit that they helped them with their advice P.S. Landa. The authors are grateful to the reviewer for the careful analysis of the article and the critical comments that helped to correct the shortcomings.

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