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Induced Synchronization of Chaos-Chaos Intermittency Maintaining Asynchronous State of Chaotic Orbits by External Feedback Signals
Sou NOBUKAWA Haruhiko NISHIMURA Teruya YAMANISHI Hirotaka DOHO
IEICE TRANSACTIONS on Fundamentals of Electronics, Communications and Computer Sciences
Publication Date: 2019/03/01
Online ISSN: 1745-1337
Type of Manuscript: PAPER
Category: Nonlinear Problems
synchronization, chaos-chaos intermittency, control,
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It is well-known that chaos synchronization in coupled chaotic systems arises from conditions with specific coupling, such as complete, phase, and generalized synchronization. Recently, several methods for controlling this chaos synchronization using a nonlinear feedback controller have been proposed. In this study, we applied a proposed reducing range of orbit feedback method to coupled cubic maps in order to control synchronization of chaos-chaos intermittency. By evaluating the system's behavior and its dependence on the feedback and coupling strength, we confirmed that synchronization of chaos-chaos intermittency could be induced using this nonlinear feedback controller, despite the fact that the asynchronous state within a unilateral attractor is maintained. In particular, the degree of synchronization is high at the edge between the chaos-chaos intermittency parameter region for feedback strength and the non-chaos-chaos intermittency region. These characteristics are largely maintained on large-scale coupled cubic maps.