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Smale–Williams attractor

Attractor of smale–williams type in a ring system with periodic frequency modulation

A scheme of circular nonautonomous system is introduced, which is supposed to generate hyperbolic chaos. Its operation is based on doubling of phase on complete cycle of the signal transmission. This is a criterion for the Smale–Williams attractor to exist. The performance is realized due to smooth periodic variation of natural frequency in one of the two oscillatory subsystems, which compose the ring, from reference value to the doubled one.

Robust chaos in autonomous time-delay system

We consider an autonomous system constructed as modification of the logistic differential equation with delay that generates successive trains of oscillations with phases evolving according to chaotic maps. The system contains two feedback loops characterized by two generally distinct  retarding time parameters. In the case of their equality, chaotic dynamics is associated with the  Smale–Williams attractor that corresponds to the double-expanding circle map for the phases of the carrier of the oscillatory trains.

Circular non-­autonomous generator of hyperbolic chaos

A scheme of circular system is introduced, which is supposed to generate hyperbolic chaos. Its operation is based on doubling of phase on each complete cycle of the signal transmission through the feedback ring. That is a criterion for the attractor of Smale– Williams type to exist. Mathematically, the model is described by the fourth order nonautonomous system of ordinary differential equations. The equations for slowly varying complex amplitudes are derived, and the Poincare return map is obtained. Numerical simulation data are presented.