Guoning Tang

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A one-way-coupled chaotic map lattice is proposed for cryptography of self-synchronizing stream cipher. The system performs basic floating-point analytical computation on real numbers, incorporating auxiliarily with few simple algebraic operations on integer numbers. Parallel encryption (decryption) operations of multiple chaotic sites are conducted. It is(More)
The influence of a spatially localized heterogeneity defect, defined by failure of the diffusion effect, on spiral turbulence suppression in two-dimensional excitable media is studied numerically, based on the Bär model. It is shown that in certain parameter regions spiral turbulence without the defect can be suppressed by a boundary periodic forcing(More)
The synchronization is investigated in a two-dimensional Hindmarsh-Rose neuronal network by introducing a global coupling scheme with time delay, where the length of time delay is proportional to the spatial distance between neurons. We find that the time delay always disturbs synchronization of the neuronal network. When both the coupling strength and(More)
The suppression of spiral waves and spatiotemporal chaos in cardiac tissue was studied based on cardiac model. We proposed two strategies of suppressing spiral wave and spatiotemporal chaos. One was to elevate the extracellular potassium ion concentration suddenly. This method can effectively suppress spiral waves and spatiotemporal chaos when the elevated(More)
In this work we consider the problem of flow turbulence control in a two-dimensional Navier-Stokes equation. We suggest a control strategy which sporadically applies global feedback to a single velocity component of the velocity field. It is found that this control strategy can significantly enhance the control efficiency when the optimal fraction for the(More)
Drift-wave turbulence control in a one-dimensional nonlinear drift-wave equation driven by a sinusoidal wave is considered. We apply time-delay and space-shift feedback signals, to suppress turbulence. By using global and local pinning strategies, we show numerically that the turbulent state can be controlled to periodic states effectively if appropriate(More)
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