ISSN 0869-6632 (Print)
ISSN 2542-1905 (Online)


Chaotic oscillators

Relationship of generalized and phase synchronization in two unidirectionally coupled chaotic oscillators

The behavior of the boundary of generalized synchronization in two unidirectionally coupled chaotic oscillators depending on the value of the control parameter mismatch between interacting systems has been studied. Peculiarities in its behavior in the field of the relatively large values of the control parameter mistuning have been found. The character of this behavior and physical mechanisms resulting in the generalized synchronization regime onset in such systems have been explained by the analysis of the spectral compound of signal from response system.

Intermittency near phase synchronization boundary at different time scales

In this paper the results of the study of the intermittent behavior taking place near the phase synchronization boundary on the different time scales of the observation are given. It has been shown that below the phase synchronization boundary, in the area of eyelet intermittency there are time scales where the ring intermittency is also observed. In other words, for the certain values of the coupling strength and time scale of observation both types of the intermittent behavior take place simultaneously.

On the problem of computation of the spectrum of spatial lyapunov exponents for the spatially extended beam plasma systems

The behavior of the Pierce diode has been considered from the point of view of the spatial Lyapunov exponents. The method of calculation of the spectrum of the spatial Lyapunov exponents for the electron spatial extended systems has been proposed. The autonomous dynamics of the Pierce diode as well as the behavior of two unidirectionally coupled Pierce diodes when the generalized synchronization is taken place have been considered.

Intermittency of type­-I with noise and eyelet intermittency

In this article we compare the characteristics of two types of the intermittent behavior (type-I intermittency in the presence of noise and eyelet intermittency) supposed hitherto to be the different phenomena. We prove that these effects are the same type of dynamics observed under different conditions. The correctness of our conclusion is proven by the consideration of different sample systems, such as quadratic map, van der Pol oscillator and Rossler system.