SIFEU TAKOUGANG KINGNI
Articles written in Pramana – Journal of Physics
Volume 90 Issue 4 April 2018 Article ID 0050 Research Article
Synchronisation, electronic circuit implementation, and fractional-order analysis of 5D ordinary differential equations with hidden hyperchaotic attractors
ZHOUCHAO WEI KARTHIKEYAN RAJAGOPAL WEI ZHANG SIFEU TAKOUGANG KINGNI AKIF AKGÜL
Hidden hyperchaotic attractors can be generated with three positive Lyapunov exponents in the proposed 5D hyperchaotic Burke–Shaw system with only one stable equilibrium. To the best of our knowledge, this feature has rarely been previously reported in any other higher-dimensional systems. Unidirectional linear error feedback coupling scheme is used to achieve hyperchaos synchronisation, which will be estimated by using two indicators: the normalised average root-mean squared synchronisation error and the maximum cross-correlation coefficient. The 5D hyperchaotic system has been simulated using a specially designed electronic circuit and viewed on an oscilloscope, thereby confirming the results of the numerical integration. In addition, fractional-order hidden hyperchaotic system will be considered from the following three aspects: stability, bifurcation analysis and FPGA implementation. Such implementations in real time represent hidden hyperchaotic attractors with important consequences for engineering applications.
Volume 91 Issue 1 July 2018 Article ID 0012 Research Article
Coexistence of attractors in autonomous Van der Pol–Duffing jerk oscillator: Analysis, chaos control and synchronisation in its fractional-order form
VICTOR KAMDOUM TAMBA SIFEU TAKOUGANG KINGNI GAETAN FAUTSO KUIATE HILAIRE BERTRAND FOTSIN PIERRE KISITO TALLA
In this paper, a Van der Pol–Duffing (VdPD) jerk oscillator is designed. The proposed VdPD jerk oscillator is built by converting the autonomous two-dimensional VdPD oscillator to a jerk oscillator. Dynamical behaviours of the proposed VdPD jerk oscillator are investigated analytically, numerically and analogically. The numerical results indicate that the proposed VdPD jerk oscillator displays chaotic oscillations, symmetrical bifurcations and coexisting attractors. The physical existence of the chaotic behaviour found in the proposed VdPD jerk oscillator is verified by using Orcad-PSpice software. A good qualitative agreement is shown between thenumerical simulations and the PSpice results. Moreover, the fractional-order form of the proposed VdPD jerk oscillator is studied using stability theorem of fractional-order systems and numerical simulations. It is found that chaos, periodic oscillations and coexistence of attractors exist in the fractional-order form of the proposed jerk oscillator with order less than three. The effect of fractional-order derivative on controlling chaos is illustrated. It is shown that chaos control is achieved in fractional-order form of the proposed VdPD jerk oscillator only for the values of linear controller used. Finally, the problem of drive–response synchronisation of the fractional-order form of the chaotic proposed VdPD jerk oscillators is considered using active control technique.
Volume 93 Issue 1 July 2019 Article ID 0012 Research Article
Coexistence of attractors in integer- and fractional-order three-dimensional autonomous systems with hyperbolic sine nonlinearity: Analysis, circuit design and combination synchronisation
SIFEU TAKOUGANG KINGNI JUSTIN ROGER MBOUPDA PONE GAETAN FAUTSO KUIATE VIET-THANH PHAM
This paper reports the results of the analytical, numerical and analogical analyses of integer- and fractional-order chaotic systems with hyperbolic sine nonlinearity (HSN). By varying a parameter, the integer order of the system displays transcritical bifurcation and new complex shapes of bistable double-scroll chaotic attractorsand four-scroll chaotic attractors. The coexistence among four-scroll chaotic attractors, a pair of double-scroll chaotic attractors and a pair of point attractors is also reported for specific parameter values. Numerical results indicate that commensurate and incommensurate fractional orders of the systems display bistable double-scrollchaotic attractors, four-scroll chaotic attractors and coexisting attractors between a pair of double-scroll chaotic attractors and a pair of point attractors. Moreover, the physical existence of chaotic attractors and coexisting attractors found in the integer-order and commensurate fractional-order chaotic systems with HSN is verified using PSIM software. Numerical simulations and PSIM results have a good qualitative agreement. The results obtained in this work have not been reported previously in three-dimensional autonomous system with HSN and thus represent an enriching contribution to the understanding of the dynamics of this class of systems. Finally, combination synchronisation of such three-coupled identical commensurate fractional-order chaotic systems is analysed usingthe active backstepping method.
Volume 96 All articles Published: 15 September 2022 Article ID 0175 Research Article
Josephson junction snap oscillator with megastability: Microcontroller implementation and its applications to secure medical images
BALAMURALI RAMAKRISHNAN NESTOR TSAFACK ALEX STEPHANE KEMNANG TSAFACK ZERIC TABEKOUENG NJITACKE SIFEU TAKOUGANG KINGNI
Megastability and coexisting attractors between periodic and self-excited chaotic attractors in the Josephson junction snap oscillator (JJSO) are reported in this paper. Two different cases are considered for this study. In one case, the JJSO is driven by a direct current (DC) whereas in the other case, it is driven by an alternative current (AC). The JJSO is implemented using a microcontroller to verify the numerical simulation results. The numerical simulations and microcontroller results have a qualitatively good agreement. Finally, an encryption scheme based on the modified Julia set, deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA) principle, and the sequences of the chaotic JJSO in this work are used to build a secure key to secure medical images. The plain colour image is decomposed into a blue component. The generated secure key is applied to one component to obtain the corresponding sparse components. Confusion keys are obtained from the chaotic JJSO to scramble each sparse component. Besides, the chaotic sequence is used to compress the confused sparse matrices corresponding to the blue components. Lastly, the component is quantified and a diffusion step is then applied to improve the randomness and consequently the information entropy.
Volume 97, 2023
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