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Mixed tracking and projective synchronization of 5D hyperchaotic system using active control

Kayode Ojo, Samuel Ogunjo, Charles Williams
This paper examines mixed tracking control and hybrid synchronization of two identical 5-D hyperchaotic Lorenz systems via active control technique. The designed control functions for the mixed tracking enable each of the system state variables to stabilize at different chosen positions as well as control each state variables of the system to track different desired smooth function of time. Also, the active control technique is used to design control functions which achieve projective synchronization between the slave state variables and the master state variables. We also show that the coupling strength is inversely proportional to the synchronization time. Numerical simulations are carried
out to validate the effectiveness of the analytical technique.
CYBERNETICS AND PHYSICS, Vol. 2, No. 1, 2013 , 31-36.
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