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A Surface of Heteroclinic Connections Between Two Saddle Slow Manifolds in the Olsen Model Int. J. Bifurcat. Chaos (IF 2.469) Pub Date : 20201228
Elle Musoke; Bernd Krauskopf; Hinke M. OsingaThe Olsen model for the biochemical peroxidaseoxidase reaction has a parameter regime where one of its four variables evolves much slower than the other three. It is characterized by the existence of periodic orbits along which a large oscillation is followed by many much smaller oscillations before the process repeats. We are concerned here with a crucial ingredient for such mixedmode oscillations

Transient Chaos, Hyperchaotic Dynamics, and Transport Properties in a Bailout Embedding Web Map Int. J. Bifurcat. Chaos (IF 2.469) Pub Date : 20201228
Willames F. Magalhães; Holokx A. Albuquerque; Cesar MancheinIn this work, we show that the bailout embedding method is responsible for creating different dynamical behaviors and for destroying intrinsic features present in mixed phase spaces of the areapreserving Hamiltonian maps, where the sticking to regular (or resonant) islands degrades chaotic properties. In particular, the base map chosen for the study is the twodimensional (2D) Web Map (WM). The fourdimensional

Analysis of ZeroHopf Bifurcation in Two Rössler Systems Using Normal Form Theory Int. J. Bifurcat. Chaos (IF 2.469) Pub Date : 20201228
Bing Zeng; Pei YuIn recent publications [Llibre, 2014; Llibre & Makhlouf, 2020], timeaveraging method was applied to studying periodic orbits bifurcating from zeroHopf critical points of two Rössler systems. It was shown that the averaging method is successful for a certain type of zeroHopf critical points, but fails for some type of such critical points. In this paper, we apply normal form theory to reinvestigate

Stochastic Bifurcations, Chaos and Phantom Attractors in the Langford System with Tori Int. J. Bifurcat. Chaos (IF 2.469) Pub Date : 20201228
Irina Bashkirtseva; Lev RyashkoThe variability of stochastic dynamics for a threedimensional dynamic model in a parametric zone with 2tori is investigated. It is shown how weak Gaussian noise transforms deterministic quasiperiodic oscillations into noisy bursting. The phenomenon of stochastic generation of a phantom attractor and its shift with noise amplification is revealed. This phenomenon, accompanied by orderchaos transitions

Bifurcation Analysis of a Prey–Predator Model with Beddington–DeAngelis Type Functional Response and Allee Effect in Prey Int. J. Bifurcat. Chaos (IF 2.469) Pub Date : 20201228
Koushik Garain; Partha Sarathi MandalThe article aims to study a prey–predator model which includes the Allee effect phenomena in prey growth function, density dependent death rate for predators and Beddington–DeAngelis type functional response. We notice the changes in the existence and stability of the equilibrium points due to the Allee effect. To investigate the complete global dynamics of the Allee model, we present here a twoparametric

Impact of Additive Allee Effect on the Dynamics of an Intraguild Predation Model with Specialist Predator Int. J. Bifurcat. Chaos (IF 2.469) Pub Date : 20201228
Udai Kumar; Partha Sarathi MandalMany important factors in ecological communities are related to the interplay between predation and competition. Intraguild predation or IGP is a mixture of predation and competition which is a very basic threedimensional system in food webs where two species are related to predator–prey relationship and are also competing for a shared prey. On the other hand, Allee effect is also a very important

Breaking and Sustaining Bifurcations in SNInvariant Equidistant Economy Int. J. Bifurcat. Chaos (IF 2.469) Pub Date : 20201228
H. Aizawa; K. Ikeda; M. Osawa; J. M. GasparThis paper elucidates the bifurcation mechanism of an equidistant economy in spatial economics. To this end, we derive the rules of secondary and further bifurcations as a major theoretical contribution of this paper. Then we combine them with preexisting results of direct bifurcation of the symmetric group SN [Elmhirst, 2004]. Particular attention is devoted to the existence of invariant solutions

Analysis of Pricing and Service Effort in DualChannel Supply Chains with Showrooming Effect Int. J. Bifurcat. Chaos (IF 2.469) Pub Date : 20201228
Junhai Ma; Yaping Li; Zongxian WangShowrooming has become common practice of consumers in the context of dualchannel retailing. Under different intensities of showrooming, the manufacturer can decide whether to directly retail online (the MR case) or resell through an eretailer (the ER case). Dualchannel supply chain models and dynamic game models are developed and both online selling formats are investigated. The dynamic game

A New FourDimensional NonHamiltonian Conservative Hyperchaotic System Int. J. Bifurcat. Chaos (IF 2.469) Pub Date : 20201228
Shuangquan Gu; Baoxiang Du; Yujie WanThis paper presents a new fourdimensional nonHamiltonian conservative hyperchaotic system. In the absence of equilibrium points in the system, the phase trajectories generated by the system have hidden features. The conservative features that vary with the parameter have been analyzed in detail by Lyapunov exponent spectrum, bifurcation diagram, the sum of Lyapunov exponents, and the fractional dimensions

Dynamics and Optimal Control of a Monod–Haldane Predator–Prey System with Mixed Harvesting Int. J. Bifurcat. Chaos (IF 2.469) Pub Date : 20201228
Xinxin Liu; Qingdao HuangThis paper investigates the dynamics and optimal control of the Monod–Haldane predator–prey system with mixed harvesting that combines both continuous and impulsive harvestings. The periodic solution of the preyfree is studied and the local stability condition is obtained. The boundedness of solutions, the permanence of the system, and the existence of nontrivial periodic solution are studied. With

Dynamical Behaviors of a Delayed Prey–Predator Model with Beddington–DeAngelis Functional Response: Stability and Periodicity Int. J. Bifurcat. Chaos (IF 2.469) Pub Date : 20201228
Xin Zhang; Renxiang Shi; Ruizhi Yang; Zhangzhi WeiThis work investigates a prey–predator model with Beddington–DeAngelis functional response and discrete time delay in both theoretical and numerical ways. Firstly, we incorporate into the system a discrete time delay between the capture of the prey by the predator and its conversion to predator biomass. Moreover, by taking the delay as a bifurcation parameter, we analyze the stability of the positive

Analysis of Degenerate Chenciner Bifurcation Int. J. Bifurcat. Chaos (IF 2.469) Pub Date : 20201228
G. Tigan; S. Lugojan; L. CiurdariuDegenerate Chenciner bifurcation in generic discretetime dynamical systems is studied in this work. While the nondegenerate Chenciner bifurcation can be described by two bifurcation diagrams, the degeneracy we studied in this work gives rise to 32 different bifurcation diagrams.

Bifurcations of Double Homoclinic Loops in Reversible Systems Int. J. Bifurcat. Chaos (IF 2.469) Pub Date : 20201228
Yuzhen Bai; Xingbo LiuThis paper is devoted to the study of bifurcation phenomena of double homoclinic loops in reversible systems. With the aid of a suitable local coordinate system, the Poincaré map is constructed. By means of the bifurcation equation, we perform a detailed study to obtain fruitful results, and demonstrate the existence of the Rsymmetric large homoclinic orbit of new type near the primary double homoclinic

Bifurcation of a Kind of Piecewise Smooth Generalized Abel Equation via First and Second Order Analyses Int. J. Bifurcat. Chaos (IF 2.469) Pub Date : 20201228
Jianfeng Huang; Zhixiang PengIn this paper, we consider the problem of estimating the number of nontrivial limit cycles for a kind of piecewise trigonometrical smooth generalized Abel equation with the separation line t=π. Under the first and second order analyses, we show that the first two order Melnikov functions of the equation share a same structure which can be studied by an ECTsystem. Furthermore, let Zk(m,n) be the maximum

Analysis of Coexistence and Extinction in a TwoSpecies Competition Model Int. J. Bifurcat. Chaos (IF 2.469) Pub Date : 20201228
Sohrab Karimi; F. H. GhaneWe study a competition model of two competing species in population biology having exponential and rational growth functions described by Alexander et al. [1992]. They observed that, for some choice of parameters, the competition model has a chaotic attractor A for which the basin of attraction is riddled. Here, we give a detailed analysis to illustrate what happens when the normal parameter in this

Shortcomings of Transfer Entropy and Partial Transfer Entropy: Extending Them to Escape the Curse of Dimensionality Int. J. Bifurcat. Chaos (IF 2.469) Pub Date : 20201228
Angeliki Papana; Ariadni PapanaDagiasis; Elsa SiggiridouTransfer entropy (TE) captures the directed relationships between two variables. Partial transfer entropy (PTE) accounts for the presence of all confounding variables of a multivariate system and infers only about direct causality. However, the computation of partial transfer entropy involves high dimensional distributions and thus may not be robust in case of many variables. In this work, different

CodimensionTwo Bifurcation Analysis on a Discrete Gierer–Meinhardt System Int. J. Bifurcat. Chaos (IF 2.469) Pub Date : 20201228
Xijuan Liu; Yun LiuThe stability and the twoparameter bifurcation of a twodimensional discrete Gierer–Meinhardt system are investigated in this paper. The analysis is carried out both theoretically and numerically. It is found that the model can exhibit codimensiontwo bifurcations (1:2, 1:3, and 1:4 strong resonances) for certain critical values at the positive fixed point. The normal forms are obtained by using a

Bifurcation Analysis of a Dynamical Model for the Innate Immune Response to Initial Pulmonary Infections Int. J. Bifurcat. Chaos (IF 2.469) Pub Date : 20201228
Shujing Shi; Jicai Huang; Jing Wen; Shigui RuanIt has been reported that COVID19 patients had an increased neutrophil count and a decreased lymphocyte count in the severe phase and neutrophils may contribute to organ damage and mortality. In this paper, we present the bifurcation analysis of a dynamical model for the initial innate system response to pulmonary infection. The model describes the interaction between a pathogen and neutrophilis (also

On the Scaling Law of Phase Drift in Coupled Nonlinear Oscillators for Precision Timing Int. J. Bifurcat. Chaos (IF 2.469) Pub Date : 20201228
Antonio Palacios; PietroLuciano Buono; Visarath In; Patrick LonghiniComputational and experimental works reveal that the coupling of similar crystal oscillators leads to a variety of collective patterns, mainly various forms of discrete rotating waves and synchronization patterns, which have the potential for developing precision timing devices through phase drift reduction. Among all observed patterns, the standard traveling wave, in which consecutive crystals oscillate

PeriodDoubling and Neimark–Sacker Bifurcations of a Beddington HostParasitoid Model with a Host Refuge Effect Int. J. Bifurcat. Chaos (IF 2.469) Pub Date : 20201228
Senada Kalabušić; Džana Drino; Esmir PilavIn this paper, we explore the dynamics of a certain class of Beddington hostparasitoid models, where in each generation a constant portion of hosts is safe from attack by parasitoids, and the Ricker equation governs the host population. Using the intrinsic growth rate of the host population that is not safe from parasitoids as a bifurcation parameter, we prove that the system can either undergo a

Geometrical Model of Spiking and Bursting Neuron on a MugShaped Branched Manifold Int. J. Bifurcat. Chaos (IF 2.469) Pub Date : 20201209
Mohamed Gheouali; Tounsia Benzekri; René Lozi; Guanrong ChenBased on the Hodgkin–Huxley and Hindmarsh–Rose models, this paper proposes a geometric phenomenological model of bursting neuron in its simplest form, describing the dynamic motion on a mugshaped branched manifold, which is a cylinder tied to a ribbon. Rigorous mathematical analysis is performed on the nature of the bursting neuron solutions: the number of spikes in a burst, the periodicity or chaoticity

Independent Period2 Motions to Chaos in a van der Pol–Duffing Oscillator Int. J. Bifurcat. Chaos (IF 2.469) Pub Date : 20201209
Yeyin Xu; Albert C. J. LuoIn this paper, an independent bifurcation tree of period2 motions to chaos coexisting with period1 motions in a periodically driven van der Pol–Duffing oscillator is presented semianalytically. Symmetric and asymmetric period1 motions without perioddoubling are obtained first, and a bifurcation tree of independent period2 to period8 motions is presented. The bifurcations and stability of the

Effect of a Constant Bias on the Nonlinear Dynamics of a Biharmonically Driven Sinusoidal Potential System Int. J. Bifurcat. Chaos (IF 2.469) Pub Date : 20201209
Ivan Skhem Sawkmie; Mangal C. MahatoThe nonlinear dynamics of an underdamped sinusoidal potential system is experimentally and numerically studied. The system shows regular (nonchaotic) periodic motion when driven by a small amplitude (F1) sinusoidal force (frequency ω=2πτ). However, when the system is driven by a similarly small amplitude biharmonic force (frequencies ω and ω2 with amplitudes F1 and F2, respectively) chaotic motion

Stability Properties of 1Dimensional Hamiltonian Lattices with Nonanalytic Potentials Int. J. Bifurcat. Chaos (IF 2.469) Pub Date : 20201209
Anastasios Bountis; Konstantinos Kaloudis; Thomas Oikonomou; Bertin Many Manda; Charalampos SkokosWe investigate the local and global dynamics of two 1Dimensional (1D) Hamiltonian lattices whose interparticle forces are derived from nonanalytic potentials. In particular, we study the dynamics of a model governed by a “graphenetype” force law and one inspired by Hollomon’s law describing “workhardening” effects in certain elastic materials. Our main aim is to show that, although similarities

MTL: Memristor Ternary Logic Design Int. J. Bifurcat. Chaos (IF 2.469) Pub Date : 20201209
Li Luo; Zhekang Dong; Xiaofang Hu; Lidan Wang; Shukai DuanThe nanoscale implementations of ternary logic circuits are particularly attractive because of high information density and operation speed that can be achieved by using emerging memristor technologies. Memristor is a nanoscale device with nonvolatility and adjustable multilevel states, which creates an intriguing opportunity for the implementation of ternary logic operations. This paper proposes a

Cryptanalysis of a Chaotic Block Cryptographic System Against Template Attacks Int. J. Bifurcat. Chaos (IF 2.469) Pub Date : 20201209
Yuling Luo; Shunsheng Zhang; Junxiu Liu; Lvchen CaoThe security of chaotic cryptographic system can be theoretically evaluated by using conventional statistical tests and numerical simulations, such as the character frequency test, entropy test, avalanche test and SP 80022 tests. However, when the cryptographic algorithm operates on a cryptosystem, the leakage information such as power dissipation, electromagnetic emission and timeconsuming can be

A Diffusive OnePrey and TwoCooperativePredators Model with C–M Functional Response Int. J. Bifurcat. Chaos (IF 2.469) Pub Date : 20201209
Xiao Yan; Yanling Li; Yan’e WangThis paper is dedicated to a study of a diffusive oneprey and twocooperativepredators model with C–M functional response subject to Dirichlet boundary conditions. We first discuss the existence of positive steady states by the fixed point index theory and the degree theory. In the meantime, we analyze the uniqueness and stability of coexistence states under conditions that one predator’s consumer

Nonlinear Correlation Analysis of Time Series Based on Complex Network Similarity Int. J. Bifurcat. Chaos (IF 2.469) Pub Date : 20201209
ChunXiao NieCharacterizing the relationship between time series is an important issue in many fields, in particular, in many cases there is a nonlinear correlation between series. This paper provides a new method to study the relationship between time series using the perspective of complex networks. This method converts a time series into a distance matrix and constructs a sequence of nearest neighbor networks

Deep Learning for Nonlinear Time Series: Examples for Inferring Slow Driving Forces Int. J. Bifurcat. Chaos (IF 2.469) Pub Date : 20201209
Yoshito Hirata; Kazuyuki AiharaRecords for observing dynamics are usually complied by a form of time series. However, time series can be a challenging type of dataset for deep neural networks to learn. In deep neural networks, pairs of inputs and outputs are usually fed for constructive mapping. Such inputs are typically prepared as static images in successful applications. And so, here we propose two methods to prepare such inputs

Chaotic Behaviors of OneDimensional Wave Equations with van der Pol Boundary Conditions Containing a Source Term Int. J. Bifurcat. Chaos (IF 2.469) Pub Date : 20201209
Zhijing Chen; Yu Huang; Haiwei Sun; Tongyang ZhouFor onedimensional wave equations with the van der Pol boundary conditions, there have been several different ways in the literature to characterize the complexity of their solutions. However, if the rightend van der Pol boundary condition contains a source term, then a considerable technical difficulty arises as to how to describe the complexity of the system. In this paper, we take advantage of

Weak Predation Strength Promotes Stable Coexistence of Predators and Prey in the Same Chain and Across Chains Int. J. Bifurcat. Chaos (IF 2.469) Pub Date : 20201209
Lin Wang; YanPing Liu; RuiWu WangThe mechanisms of species coexistence make ecologists fascinated, although theoretical work shows that omnivory can promote coexistence of species and food web stability, it is still a lack of the general mechanisms for species coexistence in the real food webs, and is unknown how omnivory affects the interactions between competitor and predator. In this work, we first establish an omnivorous food

Chaotification of FirstOrder Partial Difference Equations Int. J. Bifurcat. Chaos (IF 2.469) Pub Date : 20201209
Wei Liang; Haihong GuoThis paper is concerned with chaotification of firstorder partial difference equations. Two criteria of chaos for the difference equations with general controllers are established, and all the controlled systems are proved to be chaotic in the sense of Li–Yorke or of both Li–Yorke and Devaney by applying the coupledexpanding theory of general discrete dynamical systems. The controllers used in this

The Cyclicity of Period Annulus of Degenerate Quadratic Hamiltonian Systems with Polycycles S(2) or S(3) Under Perturbations of Piecewise Smooth Polynomials Int. J. Bifurcat. Chaos (IF 2.469) Pub Date : 20201209
Jiaxin Wang; Liqin ZhaoIn this paper, by using Picard–Fuchs equations and Chebyshev criterion, we study the bifurcation of limit cycles for degenerate quadratic Hamilton systems with polycycles S(2) or S(3) under the perturbations of piecewise smooth polynomials with degree n. Roughly speaking, for n∈ℕ, a polycycle S(n) is cyclically ordered collection of n saddles together with orbits connecting them in specified order

Stability and Bifurcation in a Logistic Model with Allee Effect and Feedback Control Int. J. Bifurcat. Chaos (IF 2.469) Pub Date : 20201209
Zhenliang Zhu; Mengxin He; Zhong Li; Fengde ChenThis paper aims to study the dynamic behavior of a logistic model with feedback control and Allee effect. We prove the origin of the system is always an attractor. Further, if the feedback control variable and Allee effect are big enough, the species goes extinct. According to the analysis of the Jacobian matrix of the corresponding linearized system, we obtain the threshold condition for the local

Canard Limit Cycles for Piecewise Linear Liénard Systems with Three Zones Int. J. Bifurcat. Chaos (IF 2.469) Pub Date : 20201209
Shimin Li; Jaume LlibreThis paper deals with planar piecewise linear slow–fast Liénard differential systems with three zones separated by two vertical lines. We show the existence and uniqueness of canard limit cycles for systems with a unique singular point located in the middle zone.

An Asymmetric Image Encryption Algorithm Based on a FractionalOrder Chaotic System and the RSA PublicKey Cryptosystem Int. J. Bifurcat. Chaos (IF 2.469) Pub Date : 20201209
Guodong Ye; Kaixin Jiao; Huishan Wu; Chen Pan; Xiaoling HuangHerein, an asymmetric image encryption algorithm based on RSA cryptosystem and a fractionalorder chaotic system is proposed. Its security depends on RSA algorithm. First, a pair of public and private keys is generated by RSA algorithm. Subsequently, a random message shown as plaintext key information is encrypted by the public key and RSA to achieve ciphertext key information. Next, a new transformation

The Effects of a Constant Excitation Force on the Dynamics of an InfiniteEquilibrium Chaotic System Without Linear Terms: Analysis, Control and Circuit Simulation Int. J. Bifurcat. Chaos (IF 2.469) Pub Date : 20201209
L. Kamdjeu Kengne; Z. Tabekoueng Njitacke; J. R. Mboupda Pone; H. T. Kamdem TagneIn this paper, the effects of a bias term modeling a constant excitation force on the dynamics of an infiniteequilibrium chaotic system without linear terms are investigated. As a result, it is found that the bias term reduces the number of equilibrium points (transition from infiniteequilibria to only two equilibria) and breaks the symmetry of the model. The nonlinear behavior of the system is highlighted

Modeling and Predicting the Influence of PM2.5 on Children’s Respiratory Diseases Int. J. Bifurcat. Chaos (IF 2.469) Pub Date : 20201209
Lei Shi; Xiaoliang Feng; Longxing Qi; Yanlong Xu; Sulan ZhaiIn this paper, the influence of PM2.5 on children’s respiratory diseases is taken as the main research focus. Based on the real monitoring data of children’s respiratory diseases in Anhui province, the traditional model is modified substantially, leading to the establishment of two mathematical models. First of all, considering that the PM2.5 changes over time, a nonautonomous air pollutionrelated

Visualization of Four Limit Cycles in NearIntegrable Quadratic Polynomial Systems Int. J. Bifurcat. Chaos (IF 2.469) Pub Date : 20201209
Pei Yu; Yanni ZengIt has been known for almost 40 years that general planar quadratic polynomial systems can have four limit cycles. Recently, four limit cycles were also found in nearintegrable quadratic polynomial systems. To help more people to understand limit cycles theory, the visualization of such four numerically simulated limit cycles in quadratic systems has attracted researchers’ attention. However, for

Stability, Analytic Bifurcation Structure and Chaos Control in a Mutual Interference HostParasitoid Model Int. J. Bifurcat. Chaos (IF 2.469) Pub Date : 20201209
A. M. Yousef; S. Z. Rida; Soheir ArafatIn this paper, we present a study on a mutual interference hostparasitoid model with Beverton–Holt growth. It is well known that, mutual interference of parasites has a stabilizing influence on the dynamics of the hostparasitoid model since the variance in searching efficiency, with parasite density, significantly depends on parasites’ mutual interference. Thus, we have incorporated a mutual interference

Multiple Hysteresis Jump Resonance in a Class of Forced Nonlinear Circuits and Systems Int. J. Bifurcat. Chaos (IF 2.469) Pub Date : 20201209
Maide Bucolo; Arturo Buscarino; Luigi Fortuna; Mattia FrascaIn this paper, a new class of systems with nonclassical jump resonance behavior is presented. Although jump resonance has been widely studied in the literature, this contribution refers to systems presenting a multiple hysteresis jump resonance phenomenon, meaning that the frequency response of the system presents more hysteresis windows nested within the same range of frequency. The analytical conditions

The Yamada Model for a SelfPulsing Laser: Bifurcation Structure for Nonidentical Decay Times of Gain and Absorber Int. J. Bifurcat. Chaos (IF 2.469) Pub Date : 20201125
Robert Otupiri; Bernd Krauskopf; Neil G. R. BroderickWe consider selfpulsing in lasers with a gain section and an absorber section via a mechanism known as Qswitching, as described mathematically by the Yamada ordinary differential equation model for the gain, the absorber and the laser intensity. More specifically, we are interested in the case that gain and absorber decay on different timescales. We present an overall bifurcation structure by showing

Milnor and Topological Attractors in a Family of TwoDimensional Lotka–Volterra Maps Int. J. Bifurcat. Chaos (IF 2.469) Pub Date : 20201125
Laura Gardini; Wirot TikjhaIn this work, we consider a family of Lotka–Volterra maps (x′,y′)=(x(a−x−y),bxy) for a>1 and b>0 which unfold a map originally proposed by Sharkosky for a=4 and b=1. Multistability is observed, and attractors may exist not only in the positive quadrant of the plane, but also in the region y<0. Some properties and bifurcations are described. The xaxis is invariant, on which the map reduces to the logistic

A Phasor Analysis Method for ChargeControlled Memory Elements Int. J. Bifurcat. Chaos (IF 2.469) Pub Date : 20201125
Zhang Guo; Herbert H. C. Iu; Gangquan Si; Xiang Xu; Babajide Oluwatosin Oresanya; Yiyuan BieMemory elements, including memristor, memcapacitor, meminductor and secondorder memristor, have been widely exploited recently to realize circuit systems for a broad scope of applications. This paper introduces a phasor analysis method for memory elements to help with the understanding of the complex nonlinear phenomena in circuits with memory elements. With the proposed method, all different memory

Hidden Attractors with Conditional Symmetry Int. J. Bifurcat. Chaos (IF 2.469) Pub Date : 20201125
Chunbiao Li; Jiayu Sun; Julien Clinton Sprott; Tengfei LeiBy introducing an absolute value function for polarity balance, some new examples of chaotic systems with conditional symmetry are constructed that have hidden attractors. Coexisting oscillations along with bifurcations are investigated by numerical simulation and circuit implementation. Such new cases enrich the gallery of hidden chaotic attractors of conditional symmetry that are potentially useful

Dynamics of a Predator–Prey Model with Hunting Cooperation and Allee Effects in Predators Int. J. Bifurcat. Chaos (IF 2.469) Pub Date : 20201125
Jun Zhang; Weinian ZhangWith both hunting cooperation and Allee effects in predators, a predator–prey system was modeled as a planar cubic differential system with three parameters. The known work numerically plots the horizontal isocline and the vertical one with appropriately chosen parameter values to show the cases of two, one and no coexisting equilibria. Transitions among those cases with the rise of limit cycle and

A New Dynamic Stall Approach for Investigating Bifurcation and Chaos in Aeroelastic Response of a Blade Section with Flap FreePlay Section Int. J. Bifurcat. Chaos (IF 2.469) Pub Date : 20201125
Reza Esbati Lavasani; Shahrokh ShamsThis paper investigates the effects of the unsteady nonlinear aerodynamic, plunge/pitch cubic nonlinearities, flap freeplay nonlinearity, and coupled nonlinear aeroelasticity on the dynamics of the threedimensional blade section. The dynamic stall model is developed based on the unsteady Wagner aerodynamics. Coupling the developed nonlinear aerodynamic model and nonlinear elasticity model results

Bifurcations of Critical Periods for a Class of Quintic Liénard Equation Int. J. Bifurcat. Chaos (IF 2.469) Pub Date : 20201125
Zhiheng Yu; Lingling LiuIn this paper, we investigate a quintic Liénard equation which has a center at the origin. We give the conditions for the parameters for the isochronous centers and weak centers of exact order. Then, we present the global phase portraits for the system having isochronous centers. Moreover, we prove that at most four critical periods can bifurcate and show with appropriate perturbations that local bifurcation

Nonlinear Behavior of a Novel Switching Jerk System Int. J. Bifurcat. Chaos (IF 2.469) Pub Date : 20201125
Hany A. HoshamThis paper proposes a novel chaotic jerk system, which is defined on four domains, separated by codimension2 discontinuity surfaces. The dynamics of the proposed system are conveniently described and analyzed through a generalization of the Poincaré map which is constructed via an explicit solution of each subsystem. This provides an approach to formulate a robust bifurcation problem as a nonlinear

Nonlinear Oscillations of Nonlinear Damping Gyros: Resonances, Hysteresis and Multistability Int. J. Bifurcat. Chaos (IF 2.469) Pub Date : 20201125
C. H. Miwadinou; A. V. Monwanou; L. A. Hinvi; V. Kamdoum Tamba; A. A. Koukpémèdji; J. B. Chabi OrouThis paper addresses the issues on the dynamics of nonlinear damping gyros subjected to a quintic nonlinear parametric excitation. The fixed points and their stability are analyzed for the autonomous gyros equation. The number of fixed points of the system varies from one to six. The approximate equation of gyros is considered by expanding the nonlinear restoring force and parametric excitation for

Spatiotemporal Dynamics Induced by Michaelis–Menten Type Prey Harvesting in a Diffusive Leslie–Gower Predator–Prey Model Int. J. Bifurcat. Chaos (IF 2.469) Pub Date : 20201125
WeiQin Zuo; ZhanPing Ma; ZhiBo ChengThis paper is devoted to study the spatiotemporal dynamics of a diffusive Leslie–Gower predator–prey model with MichaelisMenten type harvesting in the prey population. The existence and stability of possible nonnegative constant equilibria are investigated. By regarding ρ as a bifurcation parameter, the Hopf bifurcation from the positive constant equilibrium solution is investigated. The necessary

Stability and Bifurcation Analysis in a Nonlinear Harvested Predator–Prey Model with Simplified Holling Type IV Functional Response Int. J. Bifurcat. Chaos (IF 2.469) Pub Date : 20201125
Zuchong Shang; Yuanhua Qiao; Lijuan Duan; Jun MiaoIn this paper, a type of predator–prey model with simplified Holling type IV functional response is improved by adding the nonlinear Michaelis–Menten type prey harvesting to explore the dynamics of the predator–prey system. Firstly, the conditions for the existence of different equilibria are analyzed, and the stability of possible equilibria is investigated to predict the final state of the system

Chaos Synchronization of FractionalOrder Lur’e Systems Int. J. Bifurcat. Chaos (IF 2.469) Pub Date : 20201125
Mohammed Salah Bouridah; Toufik Bouden; Müştak Erhan YalçinBased on some essential concepts of fractional calculus and the theorem related to the fractional extension of Lyapunov direct method, we present in this paper a synchronization scheme of fractionalorder Lur’e systems. A quadratic Lyapunov function is chosen to derive the synchronization criterion. The derived criterion is a suffcient condition for the asymptotic stability of the error system, formulated

The Structural Stability of Maps with Heteroclinic Repellers Int. J. Bifurcat. Chaos (IF 2.469) Pub Date : 20201125
Yuanlong Chen; Liangliang Li; Xiaoying Wu; Feng WangThis note is concerned with the effect of small C1 perturbations on a discrete dynamical system (X,f), which has heteroclinic repellers. The question to be addressed is whether such perturbed system (X,g) has heteroclinic repellers. It will be shown that if ∥f−g∥C1 is small enough, (X,g) has heteroclinic repellers, which implies that it is chaotic in the sense of Devaney. In addition, if X=Rn and (X

Chaos Suppression via Integrative Time Delay Control Int. J. Bifurcat. Chaos (IF 2.469) Pub Date : 20201125
Ayman A. Arafa; Yong Xu; Gamal M. MahmoudA general strategy for suppressing chaos in chaotic Burke–Shaw system using integrative time delay (ITD) control is proposed, as an example. The idea of ITD is that the feedback is integrated over a time interval. Physically, the chaotic system responds to the average information it receives from the feedback. The main feature of integrative is that the stability of the chaotic system occurs over a

Chaos Generated by a Class of 3D ThreeZone Piecewise Affine Systems with Coexisting Singular Cycles Int. J. Bifurcat. Chaos (IF 2.469) Pub Date : 20201125
Kai Lu; Wenjing Xu; Qigui YangIt is a significant and challenging task to detect both the coexistence of singular cycles, mainly homoclinic and heteroclinic cycles, and chaos induced by the coexistence in nonsmooth systems. By analyzing the dynamical behaviors on manifolds, this paper proposes some criteria to accurately locate the coexistence of homoclinic cycles and of heteroclinic cycles in a class of threedimensional (3D)

Impact of the Fear Effect on the Stability and Bifurcation of a Leslie–Gower Predator–Prey Model Int. J. Bifurcat. Chaos (IF 2.469) Pub Date : 20201125
Xiaoqin Wang; Yiping Tan; Yongli Cai; Weiming WangIn this paper, we investigate analytically and numerically the dynamics of a modified Leslie–Gower predator–prey model which is characterized by the reduction of prey growth rate due to the antipredator behavior. We prove the existence and local/global stability of equilibria of the model, and verify the existence of Hopf bifurcation. In addition, we focus on the influence of the fear effect on the

Complexity Analysis of Time Series Based on Generalized Fractional Order Refined Composite Multiscale Dispersion Entropy Int. J. Bifurcat. Chaos (IF 2.469) Pub Date : 20201125
Yu Wang; Pengjian ShangBased on the dispersion entropy model, combined with multiscale analysis method and fractional order information entropy theory, this paper proposes new models — the generalized fractional order multiscale dispersion entropy (GMDE) and the generalized fractional order refined composite multiscale dispersion entropy (GRCMDE). The new models take the amplitude value information of the sequence itself

Finite Characterization of the Coarsest Balanced Coloring of a Network Int. J. Bifurcat. Chaos (IF 2.469) Pub Date : 20201125
Ian StewartBalanced colorings of networks correspond to flowinvariant synchrony spaces. It is known that the coarsest balanced coloring is equivalent to nodes having isomorphic infinite input trees, but this condition is not algorithmic. We provide an algorithmic characterization: two nodes have the same color for the coarsest balanced coloring if and only if their (n−1)th input trees are isomorphic, where n

Hopf Bifurcation of KdV–Burgers–Kuramoto System with Delay Feedback Int. J. Bifurcat. Chaos (IF 2.469) Pub Date : 20201125
Junbiao Guan; Jie Liu; Zhaosheng FengChaotic phenomena may exist in nonlinear evolution equations. In many cases, they are undesirable but can be controlled. In this study, we deal with the chaos control of a threedimensional chaotic system, reduced from a KdV–Burgers–Kuramoto equation. By adding a single delay feedback term into the chaotic system, we investigate the local stability and occurrence of Hopf bifurcation near the equilibrium