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Variations of boundary surface in Chua’s circuit

Originální název

Variations of boundary surface in Chua’s circuit

Anglický název

Variations of boundary surface in Chua’s circuit

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

The paper compares the boundary surfaces using cross-sections in three projection planes, for the four changes of Chua’s circuit parameters. It is known that due to changing the parameters, the Chua’s circuit can be characterized not only by stable limit cycle, but also by one double scroll chaotic attractor, two single scroll chaotic attractors or other two stable limit cycles. Chua’s circuit can even start working as a binary memory. It is not known yet, how changes in parameters, and consequently in at-tractors in the circuit, will affect the morphology of the boundary surface. The boundary surface separates the double scroll chaotic attractor from the stable limit cycle. In a variation of the parameters presented in this paper, the boundary surface will separate even single scroll chaotic attractors from each other. Dividing the state space into regions of attraction for different attractors, however, remains fundamentally the same.

Anglický abstrakt

The paper compares the boundary surfaces using cross-sections in three projection planes, for the four changes of Chua’s circuit parameters. It is known that due to changing the parameters, the Chua’s circuit can be characterized not only by stable limit cycle, but also by one double scroll chaotic attractor, two single scroll chaotic attractors or other two stable limit cycles. Chua’s circuit can even start working as a binary memory. It is not known yet, how changes in parameters, and consequently in at-tractors in the circuit, will affect the morphology of the boundary surface. The boundary surface separates the double scroll chaotic attractor from the stable limit cycle. In a variation of the parameters presented in this paper, the boundary surface will separate even single scroll chaotic attractors from each other. Dividing the state space into regions of attraction for different attractors, however, remains fundamentally the same.

BibTex


@article{BUT119091,
  author="Milan {Guzan}",
  title="Variations of boundary surface in Chua’s circuit",
  annote="The paper compares the boundary surfaces using cross-sections in three projection planes, for the four changes of Chua’s circuit parameters. It is known that due to changing the parameters, the Chua’s circuit can be characterized not only by stable limit cycle, but also by one double scroll chaotic attractor, two single scroll chaotic attractors or other two stable limit cycles. Chua’s circuit can even start working as a binary memory. It is not known yet, how changes in parameters, and consequently in at-tractors in the circuit, will affect the morphology of the boundary surface. The boundary surface separates the double scroll chaotic attractor from the stable limit cycle. In a variation of the parameters presented in this paper, the boundary surface will separate even single scroll chaotic attractors from each other. Dividing the state space 
into regions of attraction for different attractors, however, remains fundamentally the same.",
  address="Society for Radioelectronic Engineering",
  chapter="119091",
  doi="10.13164/re.2015.0814",
  howpublished="print",
  institution="Society for Radioelectronic Engineering",
  number="3",
  volume="24",
  year="2015",
  month="september",
  pages="814--823",
  publisher="Society for Radioelectronic Engineering",
  type="journal article in Scopus"
}