Blowout Bifurcation Route to Strange Nonchaotic Attractors.

@article{Yalinkaya1996BlowoutBR,
  title={Blowout Bifurcation Route to Strange Nonchaotic Attractors.},
  author={Yalçinkaya and Richard Lai},
  journal={Physical review letters},
  year={1996},
  volume={77 25},
  pages={5039-5042}
}
Strange nonchaotic attractors are attractors that are geometrically strange, but have nonpositive Lyapunov exponents. We show that for dynamical systems with an invariant subspace in which there is a quasiperiodic torus, the loss of the transverse stability of the torus can lead to the birth of a strange nonchaotic attractor. A physical phenomenon accompanying this route to strange nonchaotic attractors is an extreme type of intermittency. [S0031-9007(96)01861-3] 

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