Wednesday, May 21

10:00 AM-12:00 PM Ballroom III - Level B

Applications of Synchronized Chaos and Hyperchaos

Recently interest has piqued in synchronized, chaotic systems, primarily because they represent a possible use of chaos in a communications setting. Advances in the area have led to the ability to synchronize hyperchaotic systems, which allow the transmission of more complicated waveforms while retaining synchronization. We present here several of these recent advances including multiplexing of chaos, techniques for synchronizing hyperchaos and hyperchaotic circuits, and generalized versions of synchronization. The purpose is to stimulate a wide audience interested in both the theoretical issues of chaos synchronization and the practical uses for such behavior. Interested fields include dynamical systems analysts, electrical engineers, physicists, and communications.

Organizer: Louis M. Pecora
Naval Research Laboratory

10:00 Synchronizing Hyperchaos for Communications
Mingzhou Ding, Florida Atlantic University
10:30 Synchronizing Hyperchaotic Volume-Preserving Map Circuits
Thomas L. Carroll, Naval Research Laboratory
11:00 Multiplexing Chaotic Signals Using Synchronization
Lev S. Tsimring, N. F. Rulkov, M. M. Sushchik, and H. D. I. Abarbanel, University of California, San Diego
11:30 On Generalized Synchronization
Ljupco Kocarev, St. Cyril and Methodius University, Republic of Macedonia

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