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A model system exhibiting a large number of attractors is investigated under the influence of noise. Several methods for discriminating two qualitatively different regions of the noise intensity are presented, and the phenomenon of noise-induced preference of attractors is reported. Finally, the relevance of our findings for detection of multiple stable(More)
We investigate the hopping dynamics between different attractors in a multistable system under the influence of noise. Using symbolic dynamics we find a sudden increase of dynamical entropies, when a system parameter is varied. This effect is explained by a bifurcation involving two chaotic saddles. We also demonstrate that the transient lifetimes on the(More)
  • D W Bliss, K W Forsythe, S K Davis, G S Fawcett, D J Rabideau, L L Horowitz +1 other
  • 2008
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