Robust Synchronization Via Geometrical Control: A General Framework

  • Ricardo Femat
  • Gualberto Solis-Perales
Part of the Lecture Notes in Control and Information Sciences book series (LNCIS, volume 378)

Synchronization of Second-Order Driven Systems with Different Model

Particular interest has been devoted to study chaos synchronization of similar oscillators (see for instance [1], [2], [3], [4] and references therein). Such synchronization strategies have potential applications in several areas such as secure communication [5], [6], [7] biological oscillators and animal gait [8], [9]. It has been shown that two identical chaotic oscillators can be synchronized [10]. The general framework is developed toward synchronization of chaotic systems with different model. In seek of clarity and completeness in presentation, the second-order driven oscillators are considered for synchronization feedback.


Chaotic System Synchronization Error Message Signal Slave System Chaos Synchronization 
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