Chaos death and complete synchronization in conjugate coupled chaotic oscillators
When nonlinear oscillators are mutually coupled via dissimilar (or conjugate) variables, they show different regimes of synchronous behavior. In identical conjugate coupled chaotic oscillators complete synchronization occurs only by chaos suppression, when the coupled subsystems drive each other into a regime of periodic dynamics. In contrast to complete synchronization via diffusive coupling in similar variables, the coupling terms do not vanish but rather act as an internal drive. We study the phenomenon of chaos death and complete synchronization in a mutually conjugate coupled funnel Rossler system.