A nonlinear control scheme for discrete time chaotic systems
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In this paper we consider the stabilization problem of unstable periodic orbits of discrete time chaotic systems. We consider both one dimensional and higher dimensional cases. We propose a nonlinear feedback law and present some stability results. These results show that for period 1 all hyperbolic periodic orbits can be stabilized with the proposed method. By restricting the gain matrix to a special form we obtain some novel stability results. The stability proofs also give the possible feedback gains which achieve stabilization. We also present some simulation results. © 2012 IFAC.
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