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Author Kılıç, Recai.

Title A practical guide for studying Chua's circuits [electronic resource] / Recai Kılıç.

Imprint Singapore ; Hackensack, N.J. : World Scientific, ©2010.

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Description 1 online resource (xiii, 204 pages) : illustrations (some color).
Series World Scientific series on nonlinear science. Series A, Monographs and treatises ; vol. 71
World Scientific series on nonlinear science. Series A, Monographs and treatises ; v. 71.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents 1. Autonomous Chua's circuit : classical and new design aspects. 1.1. The nonlinear resistor concept and Chua's diode. 1.2. Circuit topologies for realization of Chua's diode. 1.3. Circuit topologies for an inductorless Chua's circuit. 1.4. Alternative hybrid realizations of Chua's circuit. 1.5. Experimental setup of CFOA-based inductorless Chua's circuit -- 2. Numerical simulation and modeling of Chua's circuit. 2.1. Numerical simulations of Chua's circuit. 2.2. Simulation and modeling of Chua's circuit in SIMULINK -- 3. Programmable and reconfigurable implementations of Chua's circuit model. 3.1. FPAA : general concepts and design approach. 3.2. FPAA-based implementations of Chua's circuit model -- 4. Mixed-Mode Chaotic Circuit (MMCC) : a versatile chaotic circuit utilizing autonomous and nonautonomous Chua's circuits. 4.1. Design procedure of mixed-mode chaotic circuit. 4.2. Improved realizations of the MMCC -- 5. Experimental modifications of Chua's circuits. 5.1. Experimental modifications of autonomous and nonautonomous Chua's circuits. 5.2. A new nonautonomous version of VOA-based Chua's circuit. 5.3. Experimental modification of MMCC -- 6. Some interesting synchronization applications of Chua's circuits. 6.1. An analog communication system using MMCC. 6.2. Chaotic switching system using MMCC. 6.3. Chaos synchronization in SC-CNN-based circuit and an interesting investigation : can an SC-CNN-based circuit behave synchronously with the original Chua's circuit? 6.4. Chaotic masking system with feedback algorithm via SC-CNN-based circuit. 6.5. Impulsive Synchronization studies using SC-CNN-based circuit and Chua's circuit -- 7. A laboratory tool for studying Chua's circuits. 7.1. Introduction. 7.2. Description of the laboratory tool. 7.3. Experimental studies with the work-board.
Summary Autonomous and nonautonomous Chua's circuits are of special significance in the study of chaotic system modeling, chaos-based science and engineering applications. Since hardware and software-based design and implementation approaches can be applied to Chua's circuits, these circuits are also excellent educative models for studying and experimenting nonlinear dynamics and chaos. This book not only presents a collection of the author's published papers on design, simulation and implementation of Chua's circuits, it also provides a systematic approach to practising chaotic dynamics.
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Subject Chaotic behavior in systems.
Electronic circuits.
Genre/Form Electronic books.
Electronic books.
Other Form: Print version: Kılıç, Recai. Practical guide for studying Chua's circuits. Singapore ; Hackensack, N.J. : World Scientific, ©2010 9814291137 (OCoLC)608618966
ISBN 9789814291149 (electronic bk.)
9814291145 (electronic bk.)