Hybrid Projective Synchronization of 4-D Hyperchaotic Systems via Adaptive Control
This paper designs a procedure for investigating the hybrid projective synchronization (HPS) scheme between two identical 4-D hyperchaotic systems. Based on Lyapunov stability theory (LST), an adaptive control technique (ACT) has been designed to achieve the desired HPS scheme. The suggested technique determines globally the asymptotic stability and identification of parameters simultaneously using HPS scheme. It is noted that complete , hybrid and anti-synchronization turns into particular cases of HPS scheme. Numerical simulations are presented to validate the effectivity and feasibleness of the considered technique by using MATLAB. Remarkably, the theoretical and computational outcomes are in complete agreement. Also, the considered HPS scheme is very efficient as it has numerous applications in encryption and secure communication.
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