All-Dynamic Synchronization of Rotating Fractional-Order Chaotic Systems


This paper proposes generalized controllable strange attractors through dynamic rotation of fractional-order chaotic systems. Dynamic rotation angle enables the generation of multi-scroll and multi-wing attractors from single and double-scroll ones. The rotating systems are integrated with a generalized dynamic switched synchronization scheme. Dynamic control switches determine whether each system plays the role of master or slave. Based on dynamic scaling factors, the master can be one system or a combination of several ones with new strange attractors. The rotating fractional-order systems fit into the synchronization application, where simulation results validate successful synchronization for rotating slave and master systems. © 2019 IEEE.


Sayed W.S., Radwan A.G., Fahmy H.A.H., Elsedeek A.


Chaos; Dynamic; Fractional; Rotation; Switching; Synchronization

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Confrence Paper


NILES 2019 – Novel Intelligent and Leading Emerging Sciences Conference, Art. No. 8909294, PP. 226 to 229, Doi: 10.1109/NILES.2019.8909294

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