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Patrycja Jaros, Serhiy Brezetsky, Roman Levchenko, Dawid Dudkowski, Tomasz Kapitaniak, Yuri Maistrenko
Chaotic Dynamics (nlin.CD); Dynamical Systems (math.DS), arXiv:1703.06950
Volodymyr Maistrenko, Oleksandr Sudakov, Oleksiy Osiv and Yuri Maistrenko
The European Physical Journal Special Topics, reference epjst170007, arXiv:1702.00161
Yuri Maistrenko, Serhiy Brezetsky, Patrycja Jaros, Roman Levchenko and Tomasz Kapitaniak.
PHYSICAL REVIEW E 95, 010203(R) (2017). doi: 10.1103/PhysRevE.95.010203.
We demonstrate that chimera behavior can be observed in small networks consisting of three identical
Wojewoda J, Czolczynski K, Maistrenko Y, Kapitaniak T.
Sci Rep. 2016 Oct 7;6:34329. doi: 10.1038/srep34329.
Chimera states in the systems of coupled identical oscillators are spatiotemporal patterns in which different groups of oscillators can exhibit coexisting synchronous and incoherent behaviors despite homogeneous coupling. Although these states are typically observed in large ensembles of oscillators, recently it has been suggested that chimera states may occur in the systems with small numbers of oscillators. Here, considering three coupled pendula showing chaotic behavior, we find the pattern of the smallest chimera state, which is characterized by the coexistence of two synchronized and one incoherent oscillator. We show that this chimera state can be observed in simple experiments with mechanical oscillators, which are controlled by elementary dynamical equations derived from Newton's laws. Our finding suggests that chimera states are observable in small networks relevant to various real-world systems.
Dawid Dudkowski, Yuri Maistrenko and Tomasz Kapitaniak.
Chaos 26, 116306 (2016), http://dx.doi.org/10.1063/1.4967386
We studied the phenomenon of chimera states in networks of non–locally coupled externally excited oscillators. Units of the considered networks are bi–stable, having two co–existing attractors of different types (chaotic and periodic). The occurrence of chimeras is discussed, and the influence of coupling radius and coupling strength on their co–existence is analyzed (including typical bifurcation scenarios). We present a statistical analysis and investigate sensitivity of the probability of observing chimeras to the initial conditions and parameter values. Due to the fact that each unit of the considered networks is individually excited, we study the influence of the excitation failure on stability of observed states. Typical transitions are shown, and changes in network's dynamics are discussed. We analyze systems of coupled van der Pol–Duffing oscillators and the Duffing ones. Described chimera states are robust as they are observed in the wide regions of parameter values, as well as in other networks of coupled forced oscillators.
Dawid Dudkowski, Juliusz Grabski, Jerzy Wojewoda, Przemyslaw Perlikowski, Yuri Maistrenko and Tomasz Kapitaniak.
Scientific reports 6, 29833 (2016), doi:10.1038/srep29833
Chimera states are dynamical patterns emerging in populations of coupled identical oscillators where different groups of oscillators exhibit coexisting synchronous and incoherent behaviors despite homogeneous coupling. Although these states are typically observed in the large ensembles of oscillators, recently it has been shown that so-called weak chimera states may occur in the systems with small numbers of oscillators. Here, we show that similar multistable states demonstrating partial frequency synchronization, can be observed in simple experiments with identical mechanical oscillators, namely pendula. The mathematical model of our experiment shows that the observed multistable states are controlled by elementary dynamical equations, derived from Newton’s laws that are ubiquitous in many physical and engineering systems. Our finding suggests that multistable chimera-like states are observable in small networks relevant to various real-world systems.
V. Semenov, A. Zakharova, Y. Maistrenko and E. SchöllEPL, 115 (2016) 10005, doi: 10.1209/0295-5075/115/10005
New Journal of Physics, vol. 17, 073037 (2015) doi:10.1088/1367-2630/17/7/073037
The chimera state is a recently discovered dynamical phenomenon in arrays of nonlocally coupled oscillators, that displays a self-organized spatial pattern of coexisting coherence and incoherence. In this paper, the first evidence of three-dimensional chimera states is reported for the Kuramoto model of phase oscillators in 3D grid topology with periodic boundary conditions. Systematic analysis of the dependence of the spatiotemporal dynamics on the range and strength of coupling shows that there are two principal classes of the chimera patterns which exist in large domains of the parameter space: (I) oscillating and (II) spirally rotating. Characteristic examples from the first class include coherent as well as incoherent balls, tubes, crosses, and layers in incoherent or coherent surrounding; the second class includes scroll waves with incoherent, randomized rolls of different modality and dynamics. Numerical simulations started from various initial conditions indicate that the states are stable over the integration time. Videos of the dynamics of the chimera states are presented in supplementary material. It is concluded that three-dimensional chimera states, which are novel spatiotemporal patterns involving the coexistence of coherent and incoherent domains, can represent one of the inherent features of nature.
Nature Communications 6, Article number: 7752, doi:10.1038/ncomms8752
Chimera is a rich and fascinating class of self-organized solutions developed in high dimensional networks having non-local and symmetry breaking coupling features. Its accurate understanding is expected to bring important insight in many phenomena observed in complex spatio-temporal dynamics, from living systems, brain operation principles, and even turbulence in hydrodynamics. In this article we report on a powerful and highly controllable experiment based on optoelectronic delayed feedback applied to a wavelength tunable semiconductor laser, with which a wide variety of Chimera patterns can be accurately investigated and interpreted. We uncover a cascade of higher order Chimeras as a pattern transition from N to N-1 clusters of chaoticity. Finally, we follow visually, as the gain increases, how Chimera is gradually destroyed on the way to apparent turbulence-like system behaviour.
Physical Review E 91, 022907 (2015), doi:10.1103/PhysRevE.91.022907
We report different types of chimera states in the Kuramoto model with inertia. They arise on the route from coherence, via so-called solitary states, to the rotating waves. We identify the wide region in parameter space, in which a different type of chimera state, i.e., the imperfect chimera state, which is characterized by a certain number of oscillators that have escaped from the synchronized chimera’s cluster, appears. We describe a mechanism for the creation of chimera states via the appearance of the solitary states. Our findings reveal that imperfect chimera states represent characteristic spatiotemporal patterns at the transition from coherence to incoherence
Physical Review E 90, 032920 (2014).
We discuss the occurrence of chimera states in networks of nonlocally coupled bistable oscillators, in which individual subsystems are characterized by the coexistence of regular (a fixed point or a limit cycle) and chaotic attractors. By analyzing the dependence of the network dynamics on the range and strength of coupling, we identify parameter regions for various chimera states, which are characterized by different types of chaotic behavior at the incoherent interval. Besides previously observed chimeras with space-temporal and spatial chaos in the incoherent intervals we observe another type of chimera state in which the incoherent interval is characterized by a central interval with standard space-temporal chaos and two narrow side intervals with spatial chaos. Our findings for the maps as well as for time-continuous van der Pol–Duffing’s oscillators reveal that this type of chimera states represents characteristic spatiotemporal patterns at the transition from coherence to incoherence.
Scientific Reports, 4, 6379 (2014)
The phenomenon of chimera states in the systems of coupled, identical oscillators has attracted a great deal of recent theoretical and experimental interest. In such a state, different groups of oscillators can exhibit coexisting synchronous and incoherent behaviors despite homogeneous coupling. Here, considering the coupled pendula, we find another pattern, the so-called imperfect chimera state, which is characterized by a certain number of oscillators which escape from the synchronized chimera’s cluster or behave differently than most of uncorrelated pendula. The escaped elements oscillate with different average frequencies (Poincare rotation number). We show that imperfect chimera can be realized in simple experiments with mechanical oscillators, namely Huygens clock. The mathematical model of our experiment shows that the observed chimera states are controlled by elementary dynamical equations derived from Newton’s laws that are ubiquitous in many physical and engineering systems.
International Journal of Bifurcation and Chaos
in Applied Sciences and Engineering
Volume 24, Issue 08, 1440014, August 2014 http://arxiv.org/pdf/1402.1363v2.pdf DOI: 10.1142/S0218127414400148
Chimera state is a recently discovered dynamical phenomenon in arrays of nonlocally coupled oscillators, that displays a self-organized spatial pattern of co-existing coherence and incoherence. We discuss the appearance of the chimera states in networks of phase oscillators with attractive and with repulsive interactions, i.e. when the coupling respectively favors synchronization or works against it. By systematically analyzing the dependence of the spatiotemporal dynamics on
the level of coupling attractivity/repulsivity and the range of coupling, we uncover that different types of chimera states exist in wide domains of the parameter space as cascades of the states
with increasing number of intervals of irregularity, so-called chimera's heads. We report three
scenarios for the chimera birth:
Phys. Rev. E 89, 060901(R), (2014)
We discuss the desynchronization transition in networks of globally coupled identical oscillators with attractive and repulsive interactions. We show that, if attractive and repulsive groups act in antiphase or close to that, a solitary state emerges with a single repulsive oscillator split up from the others fully synchronized. With further increase of the repulsing strength, the synchronized cluster becomes fuzzy and the dynamics is given by a variety of stationary states with zero common forcing. Intriguingly, solitary states represent the natural link between coherence and incoherence. The phenomenon is described analytically for phase oscillators with sine coupling and demonstrated numerically for more general amplitude models.
URL: DOI: 10.1103/PhysRevE.89.060901
EUROMECH EC565 COLLOQUIUM, 6–9 May 2014, CARGÈSE, FRANCE
In this contribution, we report the first observation of three-dimensional chimera states of the following types: