PMID: 10977997Sep 8, 2000

Chaotic transition of random dynamical systems and chaos synchronization by common noises

Physical Review Letters
Sunghwan RimC M Kim

Abstract

We studied the mechanism behind the connection between the transition to chaos of random dynamical systems and the synchronization of chaotic maps driven by external common noises. Near the chaotic transition, the spatial size of random dynamical systems shows an extreme intermittent behavior. By calculating the scaling exponents, we have found that the origin of this intermittent behavior is on-off intermittency. This led us to conclude that chaotic transitions through on-off intermittency can be regarded as a route for random dynamical systems. To clarify this argument, a two-dimensional random dynamical system and two coupled logistic maps driven by external common noises were analyzed.

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