Function projective lag synchronization of chaotic systems with certain parameters via adaptive-impulsive control
A new method is presented to study the function projective lag synchronization (FPLS) of chaotic systems via adaptiveimpulsive control. To achieve synchronization, suitable nonlinear adaptive-impulsive controllers are designed. Based on the Lyapunov stability theory and the impulsive control technology, some effective sufficient conditions are derived to ensure the drive system and the response system can be rapidly lag synchronized up to the given scaling function matrix. Numerical simulations are presented to verify the effectiveness and the feasibility of the analytical results.
KeywordsFunction projective lag synchronization (FPLS) adaptive-impulsive chaotic systems numerical simulation Lyapunov stability theory
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