The development of synchronization strategies for dynamical systems is an important research activity that can be applied in several different fields from locomotion control of multilimbed structures to secure communication. In the presence of chaotic systems, synchronization is more difficult to accomplish and there are different techniques that can be adopted. In this paper we considered a master-slave topology where the coupling mechanism is realized through a second-order linear dynamical system. This control scheme, recently applied to chaotic systems, is here analyzed in the presence of hyperchaotic dynamics that represent a more challenging scenario. The possibility to reach a complete synchronization and the range of allowable coupling strength is investigated comparing the effects of the dynamical coupling with a standard configuration characterized by a static gain. This methodology is also applied to weighted networks to reach synchronization regimes otherwise not obtainable with a static coupling.
|Titolo:||Master-slave synchronization of hyperchaotic systems through a linear dynamic coupling|
|Data di pubblicazione:||2019|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||1.1 Articolo in rivista|