• Automated adaptive sliding mode control scheme for a class of real complicated systems

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      Complicated systems; efficient automated adaptive sliding mode controlscheme; non-identical hyper-chaotic master/slave systems; synchronization error; numerical simulations.

    • Abstract

       

      A class of real complicated systems, including chemical reactions, biological systems, information processing, laser systems, electrical circuits, information exchange, brain activities modelling, secure communication and other related ones can be presented through nonlinear and non-identical hyper-chaotic systems. The main goal of the present investigation is to synchronize two non-identical hyperchaotic master/slave systems, which are given as the models of the complicated systems, based on the realization of an efficient automated adaptive sliding mode control scheme. In the research presented here, the mentioned systems need to be dealt with through the proposed control scheme, since two non-identical systems are completely synchronized. In one such case, the whole of the chosen states of the master and slave systems should be coincided after a few time steps, as long as the effect of the external disturbance, uncertainty and unknown parameters could truly be ignored. Due to the fact that the investigated hyper-chaotic systems have taken into consideration as the representation of a number of complicated processes under mentioned external disturbance, uncertainty and unknown parameters, the traditional control approaches cannot actually be realized, in satisfactory manners.With this purpose, the proposed control scheme has been designed to cope with synchronization error, in a reasonable amount of time, in order to drive applicable hyper-chaotic systems. Consequently, the performance of the proposed control scheme is considered and verified through the numerical simulations.

    • Author Affiliations

       

      M Shahi1 A H Mazinan2

      1. Department of Electrical Engineering, Birjand Branch, Islamic Azad University (IAU), Birjand, Iran
      2. Department of Control Engineering, Faculty of Electrical Engineering, South Tehran Branch, Islamic Azad University (IAU), No. 209, North Iranshahr St., P.O. Box 11365/4435, Tehran, Iran
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