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NONLINEAR DISCRETE-TIME SYNCHRONIZATION VIA EXTENDED OBSERVERS

    https://doi.org/10.1142/S0218127401003218Cited by:41 (Source: Crossref)

    A method is described for the synchronization of nonlinear discrete-time dynamics. The methodology consists of constructing observer–receiver dynamics that exploit at each time instant the drive signal and buffered past values of the drive signal. In this way, the method can be viewed as a dynamic reconstruction mechanism, in contrast to existing static inversion methods from the theory of dynamical systems. The method is illustrated on a few simulation examples consisting of coupled chaotic logistic equations. Also, a discrete-time message reconstruction scheme is simulated using the extended observer mechanism.

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