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Controlling Chaos: Suppression, Synchronization and Chaotification (Zhang, H., et al; 2009) [Book Review]

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This book presents a systematic framework on controlling chaos. The book is organized into four major parts incorporating nine chapters. The first part contains the first two chapters covering basics and introductions on non-linear dynamical systems and chaos. The second part contains two chapters presenting the latest research results on suppression of chaos. The third part contains four chapters discussing the state of arts on the synchronization of chaotic systems. And the last part contains the final chapter presenting recent techniques on chaotifications of nonchaotic systems. This book is a valuable resource for general readers and for those researchers working in the field of chaos control.

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Computational Intelligence Magazine, IEEE  (Volume:6 ,  Issue: 1 )