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Analysis and implementation of dynamical system with periodical discrete jumps

Originální název

Analysis and implementation of dynamical system with periodical discrete jumps

Anglický název

Analysis and implementation of dynamical system with periodical discrete jumps

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

The novel method for dynamical motion quantification is discussed in this paper. The proposed approach is verified on the cyclically symmetrical vector field with jump functions generating the large state space attractors recently discovered by the authors. The core part of the calculation engine involves continuous Fourier transform and Cartesian to spherical conversion. It turns out that the existing methods give the incorrect results, have huge demands on the computer performance or completely fail to converge in the finite time. The fully analog as well as hybrid circuitry implementation using off-the-shelf components is also presented and validated by means of the network simulator Orcad Pspice.

Anglický abstrakt

The novel method for dynamical motion quantification is discussed in this paper. The proposed approach is verified on the cyclically symmetrical vector field with jump functions generating the large state space attractors recently discovered by the authors. The core part of the calculation engine involves continuous Fourier transform and Cartesian to spherical conversion. It turns out that the existing methods give the incorrect results, have huge demands on the computer performance or completely fail to converge in the finite time. The fully analog as well as hybrid circuitry implementation using off-the-shelf components is also presented and validated by means of the network simulator Orcad Pspice.

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BibTex


@article{BUT94952,
  author="Tomáš {Götthans} and Jiří {Petržela}",
  title="Analysis and implementation of dynamical system with periodical discrete jumps",
  annote="The novel method for dynamical motion quantification is discussed in this paper. The proposed approach is verified on the cyclically symmetrical vector field with jump functions generating the large state space attractors recently discovered by the authors. The core part of the calculation engine involves continuous Fourier transform and Cartesian to spherical conversion. It turns out that the existing methods give the incorrect results, have huge demands on the computer performance or completely fail to converge in the finite time. The fully analog as well as hybrid circuitry implementation using off-the-shelf components is also presented and validated by means of the network simulator Orcad Pspice.",
  chapter="94952",
  number="4",
  volume="2012",
  year="2012",
  month="november",
  pages="161--167",
  type="journal article - other"
}