Articles written in Pramana – Journal of Physics
Volume 91 Issue 2 August 2018 Article ID 0020 Research Article
In this article, an adaptive control method is proposed to study the combination–combination synchronisation phenomenon of four non-identical time-delayed chaotic systems for fully unknown parameters with parametric uncertainties and external disturbances. Based on the Lyapunov–Krasovskii functional theory, an appropriate adaptive controller is constructed so that a globally and asymptotically stable synchronisation state can be established between the master and the slave systems. Unknown parameters are identified by designing suitable parameter update laws. To elaborate the presented scheme, double-delay Rossler and time-delay Chen systems are considered as the master systems and time-delay Shimizu–Morioka and time-delay modified Lorenz systems are considered as the slave systems. Numerical simulations are presented to justify the theoretical analysis.
Volume 91 Issue 6 December 2018 Article ID 0073 Research Article
In this paper, a novel synchronisation scheme involving six chaotic systems is proposed. The proposed scheme is named as ‘compound–compound synchronisation’. Instead of using a scaling system in compound synchronisation, a compound scaling signal is applied to the proposed scheme. The phenomenon of multiswitching synchronisation and the proposed scheme are combined together.Appropriate controllers are designed by employing nonlinear control method and Lyapunov stability theory to achieve asymptotically stable synchronisation states. An example of identical Chen systems is presented to demonstrate the proposed methodology. The proposed scheme is very different and complex in comparison with the previous schemes, as this scheme is first of its kind having five drive systems and one response system. Computational results are presented to justify the theoretical analysis. Numerical results and theoretical studies converge to the same conclusions.
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