A Fractional-Order Discrete Noninvertible Map of Cubic Type: Dynamics, Control, and Synchronization

Complexity 2020:1-21 (2020)

Abstract
In this paper, a new fractional-order discrete noninvertible map of cubic type is presented. Firstly, the stability of the equilibrium points for the map is examined. Secondly, the dynamics of the map with two different initial conditions is studied by numerical simulation when a parameter or a derivative order is varied. A series of attractors are displayed in various forms of periodic and chaotic ones. Furthermore, bifurcations with the simultaneous variation of both a parameter and the order are also analyzed in the three-dimensional space. Interior crises are found in the map as a parameter or an order varies. Thirdly, based on the stability theory of fractional-order discrete maps, a stabilization controller is proposed to control the chaos of the map and the asymptotic convergence of the state variables is determined. Finally, the synchronization between the proposed map and a fractional-order discrete Loren map is investigated. Numerical simulations are used to verify the effectiveness of the designed synchronization controllers.
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DOI 10.1155/2020/2935192
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