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Ouannas A, Azar AT, Ziar T and Vaidyanathan S (2017) Fractional Inverse Generalized Chaos Synchronization Between Different Dimensional Systems. Studies in Computational Intelligence, Vol. 688, pp 525-551, Springer-Verlag, Germany
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Year: 2017
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Journal: Studies in Computational Intelligence
Volume: 688
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Pages: 525-551
Publisher: Springer
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Abstract:

In this chapter, new control schemes to achieve inverse generalizedsynchronization (IGS) between fractional order chaotic (hyperchaotic) systems with different dimensions are presented. Specifically, given a fractional master system with dimension n and a fractional slave system with dimension m, the proposed approach enables each master system state to be synchronized with a functional relationship of slave system states. The method, based on the fractional Lyapunov approach and stability property of integer-order linear differential systems, presents some useful features: (i) it enables synchronization to be achieved for both cases nm ; (ii) it is rigorous, being based on theorems; (iii) it can be readily applied to any chaotic (hyperchaotic) fractional systems. Finally, the capability of the approach is illustrated by synchronization examples.

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