We investigate the behavior of several noisy nonlinear dynamical models in order to find out whether the presence of a common noise term may synchronize identical chaotic systems as recently supposed [S. Fahy and D. R. Hamann, Phys. Rev. Lett. 69, 761 (1993); A. Maritan and J. R. Banavar, ibid. 72, 1451 (1994)]. The results of the present study show that noise can speed up orbit convergence in a restricted context, but in general cannot drive, by itself, a transition from chaotic to nonchaotic behavior.

Noise and synchronization in chaotic systems

MALESCIO, Gianpietro
1996

Abstract

We investigate the behavior of several noisy nonlinear dynamical models in order to find out whether the presence of a common noise term may synchronize identical chaotic systems as recently supposed [S. Fahy and D. R. Hamann, Phys. Rev. Lett. 69, 761 (1993); A. Maritan and J. R. Banavar, ibid. 72, 1451 (1994)]. The results of the present study show that noise can speed up orbit convergence in a restricted context, but in general cannot drive, by itself, a transition from chaotic to nonchaotic behavior.
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