Una realización experimental de un método de control por pulsos para el circuito caótico KSS
(An experimental realization of a pulsed control method for the KSS chaotic circuit)
Jose Francisco Moreno Verdulla (email@example.com), Manuel Jesús López Sánchez (firstname.lastname@example.org), Manuel Prian (email@example.com), Jose Lorenzo (firstname.lastname@example.org), Luis García (email@example.com)
Universidad de Cádiz
This paper appears in: Revista IEEE América Latina
Publication Date: June 2011
Volume: 9, Issue: 3
In this work, a method for controlling chaotic systems by means of pulses, with four variants, is presented, and its real time application to a particular electronic chaotic circuit (Kiers-Schmidt-Sprott, KSS) is analyzed. Periodic behavior (periodic orbit, PO) is obtained from chaotic dynamics, with a control law depended on a variable event condition, which is automatically adjusted for each particular chaotic process. No previous knowledge of the mathematical model of the system to control is needed, which is considered as a black-box process. Sample data of only one measurement variable and three tuning parameters (proportional gain, pulse width, and hold-off time) are used. Satisfactory real time experimentation results have been obtained using dSPACE 1104 target for the KSS circuit.
Chaos control, chaotic system, hard real time control system, nonlinear dynamics, periodic orbit, pulsed control.
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