Persistence of Li-Yorke chaos in systems with relay

2017-01-01
Akhmet, Marat
Kashkynbayev, Ardak
It is rigorously proved that the chaotic dynamics of the non-smooth system with relay function is persistent even if a chaotic perturbation is applied. We consider chaos in a modified Li-Yorke sense such that there are infinitely many almost periodic motions embedded in the chaotic attractor. It is demonstrated that the system under investigation possesses countable infinity of chaotic sets of solutions. An example that supports the theoretical results is represented. Moreover, a chaos control procedure based on the Ott-Grebogi-Yorke algorithm is proposed to stabilize the unstable almost periodic motions.
ELECTRONIC JOURNAL OF QUALITATIVE THEORY OF DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS

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Citation Formats
M. Akhmet and A. Kashkynbayev, “Persistence of Li-Yorke chaos in systems with relay,” ELECTRONIC JOURNAL OF QUALITATIVE THEORY OF DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS, pp. 1–18, 2017, Accessed: 00, 2020. [Online]. Available: https://hdl.handle.net/11511/45882.