Autostochastic ring system of triggers connected through integrating circuits

Kal’yanov, É. V.
May 1999
Technical Physics Letters;May99, Vol. 25 Issue 5, p359
Academic Journal
A ring system of triggers connected to one another by integrating circuits is studied. Equations for a multiple-trigger ring systems are given, and the results of a numerical analysis for a system containing three triggers are presented. It is shown that chaotic oscillations with switching between two basins of attraction are excited in the ring system considered. The possibility of controlling chaotic oscillations is demonstrated.


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