Ekaterina Pavlovskaia

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This paper proposes a new control method applicable for a class of non-autonomous dynamical systems that naturally exhibit coexisting attractors. The central idea is based on knowledge of a system's basins of attraction, with control actions being applied intermittently in the time domain when the actual trajectory satisfies a proximity constraint with(More)
In this work the strange behavior of an impact oscillator with a one-sided elastic constraint discovered experimentally is compared with the predictions obtained using its mathematical model. Extensive experimental investigations undertaken on the rig developed at the Aberdeen University reveal different bifurcation scenarios under varying excitation(More)
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