Singh S, Azar AT, Zhu Q (2018) Multi-switching Master–Slave Synchronization of Nonidentical Chaotic Systems. In: Zhu Q., Na J., Wu X. (eds) Innovative Techniques and Applications of Modelling, Identification and Control. Lecture Notes in Electrical Engineering, vol 467, pp. 321-330. Springer, Singapore. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1007/978-981-10-7212-3_20
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This paper investigates the multi-switching master–slave synchronization of non-identical chaotic systems in which state variables of a master system are synchronized with different state variables of a slave system using the sliding mode control technique. To design the appropriate controllers via sliding mode control for different switches, Lyapunov stability theory is taken into account. Theoretical results are applied by considering two non-identical chaotic systems where one is considered as master system and another is considered as slave system. Numerical simulations are performed to justify the theoretical results discussed.