Olga I. Moskalenko

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We introduce a concept of generalized synchronization, able to encompass the setting of collective synchronized behavior for mutually coupled systems and networking systems featuring complex topologies in their connections. The onset of the synchronous regime is confirmed by the dependence of the system's Lyapunov exponents on the coupling parameter. The(More)
The chaotic synchronization regime in coupled dynamical systems is considered. It has been shown that the onset of a synchronous regime is based on the appearance of a phase relation between the interacting chaotic oscillator frequency components of Fourier spectra. The criterion of synchronization of spectral components as well as the measure of(More)
A method for the estimation of the Lyapunov exponent corresponding to enslaved phase dynamics from time series has been proposed. It is valid for both nonautonomous systems demonstrating periodic dynamics in the presence of noise and coupled chaotic oscillators and allows us to estimate precisely enough the value of this Lyapunov exponent in the(More)
Explosive synchronization has recently been reported in a system of adaptively coupled Kuramoto oscillators, without any conditions on the frequency or degree of the nodes. Here, we find that, in fact, the explosive phase coexists with the standard phase of the Kuramoto oscillators. We determine this by extending the mean-field theory of adaptively coupled(More)
In this paper we report on the necessity of the refinement of the concept of generalized chaotic synchronization. We show that the state vectors of the interacting chaotic systems being in the generalized synchronization regime are related to each other by the functional, but not the functional relation as it was assumed until now. We propose the phase tube(More)
We investigate the effects of a linear resonator on the high-frequency dynamics of electrons in devices exhibiting negative differential conductance. We show that the resonator strongly affects both the dc and ac transport characteristics of the device, inducing quasiperiodic and high-frequency chaotic current oscillations. The theoretical findings are(More)
Shot-to-shot reproducibility of a self-magnetically insulated ion diode Rev. Amended conjecture on an upper bound to time-dependent space-charge limited current Phys. Plasmas 19, 024502 (2012) K-line spectra from tungsten heated by an intense pulsed electron beam Rev. Research on pinching characteristics of electron beams emitted from different cathode(More)
Intermittent behavior occurs widely in nature. At present, several types of intermittencies are known and well-studied. However, consideration of intermittency has usually been limited to the analysis of cases when only one certain type of intermittency takes place. In this paper, we report on the temporal behavior of the complex neuronal network in the(More)
The auxiliary system approach being de facto the standard for the study of generalized synchronization in the unidirectionally coupled chaotic oscillators is also widely used to examine the mutually coupled systems and networks of nonlinear elements with the complex topology of links between nodes. In this Brief Report we illustrate by two simple(More)