This letter reports the finding of a new chaotic attractor in a simple three-dimensional autonomous system, which connects the Lorenz attractor and Chen's attractor and represents the transition from one to the other.
In this paper, we study the stability of n-dimensional linear fractional differential equation with time delays, where the delay matrix is defined in (R + ) n×n . By using the Laplace transform, we introduce a characteristic equation for the above system with multiple time delays. We discover that if all roots of the characteristic equation have negative parts, then the equilibrium of the above linear system with fractional order is Lyapunov globally asymptotical stable if the equilibrium exist that is almost the same as that of classical differential equations. As its an application, we apply our theorem to the delayed system in one spatial dimension studied by Chen and Moore [Nonlinear Dynamics 29, 2002, 191] and determine the asymptotically stable region of the system. We also deal with synchronization between the coupled Duffing oscillators with time delays by the linear feedback control method and the aid of our theorem, where the domain of the control-synchronization parameters is determined.
Abstract-This brief paper further investigates the locally and globally adaptive synchronization of an uncertain complex dynamical network. Several network synchronization criteria are deduced. Especially, our hypotheses and designed adaptive controllers for network synchronization are rather simple in form. It is very useful for future practical engineering design. Moreover, numerical simulations are also given to show the effectiveness of our synchronization approaches.
This paper introduces a unified chaotic system that contains the Lorenz and the Chen systems as two dual systems at the two extremes of its parameter spectrum. The new system represents the continued transition from the Lorenz to the Chen system and is chaotic over the entire spectrum of the key system parameter. Dynamical behaviors of the unified system are investigated in somewhat detail.
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