Articles written in Pramana – Journal of Physics
Volume 48 Issue 1 January 1997 pp 163-188 Integrable Systems And Solitons
We briefly review the recent progress in obtaining (2+1) dimensional integrable generalizations of soliton equations in (1+1) dimensions. Then, we develop an algorithmic procedure to obtain interesting classes of solutions to these systems. In particular using a Painlevé singularity structure analysis approach, we investigate their integrability properties and obtain their appropriate Hirota bilinearized forms. We identify line solitons and from which we introduce the concept of ghost solitons, which are patently boundary effects characteristic of these (2+1) dimensional integrable systems. Generalizing these solutions, we obtain exponentially localized solutions, namely the dromions which are driven by the boundaries. We also point out the interesting possibility that while the physical field itself may not be localized, either the potential or composite fields may get localized. Finally, the possibility of generating an even wider class of localized solutions is hinted by using curved solitons.
Volume 57 Issue 5-6 November 2001 pp 885-916 Theoretical Aspects Of Optical Solitons
Coupled nonlinear Schrödinger equations (CNLS) very often represent wave propagation in optical media such as multicore fibers, photorefractive materials and so on. We consider specifically the pulse propagation in integrable CNLS equations (generalized Manakov systems). We point out that these systems possess novel exact soliton type pulses which are shape changing under collision leading to an intensity redistribution. The shape changes correspond to linear fractional transformations allowing for the possibility of construction of logic gates and Turing equivalent all optical computers in homogeneous bulk media as shown by Steiglitz recently. Special cases of such solitons correspond to the recently much discussed partially coherent stationary solitons (PCS). In this paper, we review critically the recent developments regarding the above properties with particular reference to 2-CNLS.
Volume 94 All articles Published: 23 May 2020 Article ID 0078 Research Article
We investigate the effect of two aperiodic square waves in a quasiperiodically-driven Murali–Lakshmanan–Chua circuit. It is found that the response of the circuit produces logical output in both strange nonchaotic and chaotic regions. Changing the biasing of the circuit changes the response of the circuit into another kind of logic operation and SR flip flop. Further, we show how this circuit produces two logical elements as its outputs which are complementary to each other. It is also shown that the logical nature of the circuit persists even when experimental noise is present. Thus, we confirm that both the dynamical behaviours, namely strange nonchaos and chaos, can be efficient tools to construct computer architecture.
Volume 94 All articles Published: 17 October 2020 Article ID 0152 Research Article
In this paper we report the control and synchronisation of chaos in a memristive Murali–Lakshmanan–Chua (MLC) circuit. This circuit, introduced by the present authors in 2013, is basically a non-smooth system having two discontinuity boundaries by virtue of it having a flux-controlled active memristor as its nonlinear element. While the control of chaos has been effected using state feedback techniques, the concept of adaptive synchronisation and observer-based approaches have been used to effect synchronisation of chaos. Both these techniques are based on state space representation theory which is well known in the field of control engineering. As in our earlier works on this circuit, we have derived the Poincaré discontinuity mapping (PDM) and zero time discontinuity mapping (ZDM) corrections, both of which are essential for realising the true dynamics of non-smooth systems. Further, we have constructed the observer- and controller-based canonical forms of the state space representations, have set up the Luenberger observer, derived the controller gain vector to implement state feedback control and calculated the gain matrices for switch feed back and finally performed parameter estimation for effecting observer-based adaptive synchronisation. Our results obtained by numerical simulation include time plots, phase portraits, estimation of the parameters and convergence of error graphs and phase plots showing complete synchronisation.
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