Articles written in Pramana – Journal of Physics
Volume 64 Issue 4 April 2005 pp 513-523
We identify a novel phenomenon in distinct (namely non-identical) coupled chaotic systems, which we term dynamical hysteresis. This behavior, which appears to be universal, is defined in terms of the system dynamics (quantified for example through the Lyapunov exponents), and arises from the presence of at least two coexisting stable attractors over a finite range of coupling, with a change of stability outside this range. Further characterization via mutual synchronization indices reveals that one attractor corresponds to spatially synchronized oscillators, while the other corresponds to desynchronized oscillators. Dynamical hysteresis may thus help to understand critical aspects of the dynamical behavior of complex biological systems, e.g. seizures in the epileptic brain can be viewed as transitions between different dynamical phases caused by time dependence in the brain’s internal coupling.
Volume 67 Issue 2 August 2006 pp 249-256 Research Articles
Attempts have been made to look for the soliton content in the solutions of the recently studied nonlinear diffusion-reaction equations [R S Kaushal,
Volume 75 Issue 4 October 2010 pp 607-616 Research Articles
An auto-Bäcklund transformation derived in the homogeneous balance method is employed to obtain several new exact solutions of certain kinds of nonlinear diffusion-reaction (D-R) equations. These equations arise in a variety of problems in physical, chemical, biological, social and ecological sciences.
Volume 77 Issue 5 November 2011 pp 865-871 Synchronization, Coupled Systems and Networks
The paper investigates synchronization in unidirectionally coupled dynamical systems wherein the inﬂuence of drive on response is cumulative: coupling signals are integrated over a time interval 𝜏. A major consequence of integrative coupling is that the onset of the generalized and phase synchronization occurs at higher coupling compared to the instantaneous $(\tau = 0)$ case. The critical coupling strength at which synchronization sets in is found to increase with 𝜏. The systems explored are the chaotic Rössler and limit cycle (the Landau–Stuart model) oscillators. For coupled Rössler oscillators the region of generalized synchrony in the phase space is intercepted by an asynchronous region which corresponds to anomalous generalized synchronization.
Volume 81 Issue 3 September 2013 pp 407-415
A new form of time-varying interaction in coupled oscillators is introduced. In this interaction, each individual oscillator has always time-independent self-feedback while its interaction with other oscillators are modulated with time-varying function. This interaction gives rise to a phenomenon called amplitude death even in diffusively coupled identical oscillators. The nonlinear variation of the locus of bifurcation point is shown. Results are illustrated with Landau–Stuart (
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