Detection of chaos in experimental data is a crucial issue in nonlinear science. Historically, one of the first evidences of a chaotic behavior in experimental recordings came from laser physics. In a recent work, a Minimal Universal Model of chaos was developed by revisiting the model of laser with feedback, and a first electronic implementation was discussed. Here, we propose an upgraded electronic implementation of the Minimal Universal Model, which allows for a precise and reproducible analysis of the model’s parameters space. As a marker of a possible chaotic behavior the variability of the spiking activity that characterizes one of the system’s coordinates was used. Relying on a numerical characterization of the relationship between spiking activity and maximum Lyapunov exponent at different parameter combinations, several potentially chaotic settings were selected. The analysis via divergence exponent method of experimental time series acquired by using those settings confirmed a robust chaotic behavior and provided values of the maximum Lyapunov exponent that are in very good agreement with the theoretical predictions. The results of this work further uphold the reliability of the Minimal Universal Model. In addition, the upgraded electronic implementation provides an easily controllable setup that allows for further developments aiming at coupling multiple chaotic systems and investigating synchronization processes.

Experimental Evidence of Chaos Generated by a Minimal Universal Oscillator Model / Ricci, Leonardo; Perinelli, Alessio; Castelluzzo, Michele; Euzzor, Stefano; Meucci, Riccardo. - In: INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF BIFURCATION AND CHAOS IN APPLIED SCIENCES AND ENGINEERING. - ISSN 0218-1274. - 31:12(2021), pp. 2150205.1-2150205.13. [10.1142/S0218127421502059]

Experimental Evidence of Chaos Generated by a Minimal Universal Oscillator Model

Ricci, Leonardo;Perinelli, Alessio;Castelluzzo, Michele;
2021

Abstract

Detection of chaos in experimental data is a crucial issue in nonlinear science. Historically, one of the first evidences of a chaotic behavior in experimental recordings came from laser physics. In a recent work, a Minimal Universal Model of chaos was developed by revisiting the model of laser with feedback, and a first electronic implementation was discussed. Here, we propose an upgraded electronic implementation of the Minimal Universal Model, which allows for a precise and reproducible analysis of the model’s parameters space. As a marker of a possible chaotic behavior the variability of the spiking activity that characterizes one of the system’s coordinates was used. Relying on a numerical characterization of the relationship between spiking activity and maximum Lyapunov exponent at different parameter combinations, several potentially chaotic settings were selected. The analysis via divergence exponent method of experimental time series acquired by using those settings confirmed a robust chaotic behavior and provided values of the maximum Lyapunov exponent that are in very good agreement with the theoretical predictions. The results of this work further uphold the reliability of the Minimal Universal Model. In addition, the upgraded electronic implementation provides an easily controllable setup that allows for further developments aiming at coupling multiple chaotic systems and investigating synchronization processes.
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Ricci, Leonardo; Perinelli, Alessio; Castelluzzo, Michele; Euzzor, Stefano; Meucci, Riccardo
Experimental Evidence of Chaos Generated by a Minimal Universal Oscillator Model / Ricci, Leonardo; Perinelli, Alessio; Castelluzzo, Michele; Euzzor, Stefano; Meucci, Riccardo. - In: INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF BIFURCATION AND CHAOS IN APPLIED SCIENCES AND ENGINEERING. - ISSN 0218-1274. - 31:12(2021), pp. 2150205.1-2150205.13. [10.1142/S0218127421502059]
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