Kais A. Al Naimee

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With a modulated CO 2 laser as a standard model of periodically driven multistable systems, we experimentally demonstrate that a small-amplitude optoelectronic feedback perturbation can efficiently transform a bursting chaotic system to a nonchaotic one. Numerical simulations are in excellent agreement with the experimental results. The control has also(More)
In this work quantum dot light emitting diode (QD-LED) was modeled in a dimensionless rate equations system where it is not done earlier. The model was examined first under bias current without any external perturbation where it exhibits chaotic phenomena since the model has multi-degrees of freedom. Then, it is perturbed by both small signal and direct(More)
By tuning a control parameter, a chaotic system can either display two or more attractors (generalized multistability) or exhibit an interior crisis, whereby a chaotic attractor suddenly expands to include the region of an unstable orbit (bursting regime).Recently, control of multistability and bursting have been experimentally proved in a modulated class B(More)
The transition to synchronization of a pair of coupled chaotic CO2 lasers is investigated numerically in a model system. This system displays episodes of bursting of different predominant frequencies. Due to the multiple time scales present in this system, we use a complex continuous wavelet transform to perform the synchronization analysis. Thus it enables(More)
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