Partial control of delay-coordinate maps
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Delay-coordinate maps have been widely used recently to study nonlinear dynamical systems, where there is only access to the time series of one of their variables. Here, we show how the partial control method can be applied in this kind of framework in order to prevent undesirable situations for the system or even to reduce the variability of the observable time series associated with it. The main advantage of this control method is that it allows to control delay-coordinate maps even if the control applied is smaller than the external disturbances present in the system. To illustrate how it works, we have applied it to three well-known models in the field of nonlinear dynamics with different delays such as the two-dimensional cubic map, the standard map and the three-dimensional hyperchaotic Hénon map. For the first time we show here how hyperchaotic systems can be partially controlled.
KeywordsTransient chaos Delay-coordinate maps Time series Chaos control Hyperchaos
This work was supported by the Spanish Ministry of Economy and Competitiveness under Project No. FIS2013-40653-P and by the Spanish State Research Agency (AEI) and the European Regional Development Fund (FEDER) under Project No. FIS2016-76883-P. MAFS acknowledges the jointly sponsored financial support by the Fulbright Program and the Spanish Ministry of Education (Programme No. FMECD-ST-2016).
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