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[en] Uniform index is a conception that can describe the uniformity of a finite point set in a polyhedron, and is closely related to chaos. In order to study uniform index, the concept of contained uniform index is defined, which is similar to uniform index and has good mathematical properties. In this paper, we prove the convergence of the contained uniform index, and develop the base of proving the convergence of uniform index.
[en] In this article, we consider a system of autonomous inductively coupled Van der Pol generators. For two coupled generators, we establish the presence of metastable chaos, a strange non-chaotic attractor, and several stable limiting cycles. Areas of parametric dependence of different modes of synchronization are obtained
[en] The relationship between some kinds of substitutions and admissible sequences is studied. Sufficient and necessary conditions for the admissibility of the sequences generated by non-constant length substitution and constant length substitution are investigated respectively
[en] Based on the generalized Lorenz system, a conjugate Lorenz-type system is introduced, which contains three different chaotic attractors, i.e., the conjugate Lorenz attractor, the conjugate Chen attractor and the conjugate Lue attractor. These new attractors are conjugate, respectively, to the Lorenz attractor, the Chen attractor and the Lue attractor in an algebraic sense. The conjugate attractors may be helpful for finally revealing the geometric structure of the Lorenz attractor.
[en] Important concepts concerning tubes in dynamical systems are defined in details. In the cases of a homoclinic tube and a heteroclinically tubular cycle in autonomous systems, existence of tubular chaos is established. The main goal of this article is to stress the importance of tubes in high dimensional dynamical systems
[en] In this paper, we investigate the generalized Q-S synchronization between the generalized Lorenz canonical form and the Roessler system. Firstly, we transform an arbitrary generalized Lorenz system to the generalized Lorenz canonical form, and the relation between the parameter of the generalized Lorenz system and the parameter of the generalized Lorenz canonical form are shown. Secondly, we extend the scheme present by [Yan ZY. Chaos 2005;15:023902] to study the generalized Q-S synchronization between the generalized Lorenz canonical form and the Roessler system, the more general controller is obtained. By choosing different parameter in the generalized controller obtained here, without much extra effort, we can get the controller of synchronization between the Chen system and the Roessler system, the Lue system and the Roessler system, the classic Lorenz system and the Roessler system, the Hyperbolic Lorenz system and the Roessler system, respectively. Finally, numerical simulations are used to perform such synchronization and verify the effectiveness of the controller.
[en] We have observed anti-synchronization phenomena in different chaotic dynamical systems. Anti-synchronization can be characterized by the vanishing of the sum of relevant variables. Anti-synchronization problem for different chaotic dynamical systems with fully unknown parameters in response system is analyzed. This technique is applied to achieve anti-synchronization between Lorenz system, Lue system and Four-scroll system. Numerical simulations are provided to verify the effectiveness of the proposed methods.
[en] Recently, Ranjan proposed a novel public key encryption technique based on multiple chaotic systems [Phys Lett 2005;95]. Unfortunately, Wang soon gave a successful attack on its special case based on Parseval's theorem [Wang K, Pei W, Zhou L, et al. Security of public key encryption technique based on multiple chaotic system. Phys Lett A, in press]. In this letter, we give an improved example which can avoid the attack and point out that Wang cannot find the essential drawback of the technique. However, further experimental result shows Ruanjan's encryption technique is inefficient, and detailed theoretic analysis shows that the complexity to break the cryptosystem is overestimated
[en] Highlights: • Corron et al. developed a chaotic system whose signal could be described by a linear combination of basis functions. • They were able to build a matched filter for their system. • This paper uses the ideal of basis functions generated by an unstable circuit. • The basis functions are easily made orthogonal, allowing for multiplexing and matched filtering. • The receiver is implemented in an experiment as an analog circuit, allowing for a very simple design. - Abstract: Work by Corron et al. [1,2] represented a chaotic signal as a set of basis functions, and built a matched filter for the resulting signal. This paper makes use of basis functions without an underlying chaotic system. Matched filtering is still possible, allowing communication in noisy environments, but the resulting signals can be broad band, which is useful for producing signals that are hard to detect. The receiver design retains the simplicity of Corron et al. [1,2], which is good when weight, power consumption or bandwidth are constraints on the receiver.