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    Title: Chaotic Synchronization in Coupled Map Lattices with Periodic Boundary Conditions
    Authors: Wen-Wei Lin;Yi-Qian Wang
    教師: 林文偉
    Date: 2002
    Relation: SIAM J. APPLIED DYNAMICAL SYSTEMS,Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics,Vol. 1,No. 2,pp. 175–189
    Keywords: synchronization
    coupled map lattices
    chaos
    Liapunov method
    Abstract: In this paper, we consider a lattice of the coupled logistic map with periodic boundary conditions.We prove that synchronization occurs in the one-dimensional lattice with lattice size n = 4 for anyγ in the chaotic regime [γ∞ ≈ 3.57, 4]. It is worthwhile to emphasize that, despite of the fact that there is a rigorous proof for synchronization in many systems with continuous time, almost nothing is rigorously proved for the systems with discrete time.
    URI: http://jupiter.math.nctu.edu.tw/~wwlin/papers_new/2002LWp.pdf
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