Adaptive control of chaotic systems

F. Ohle, A. Huebler, M. Welge

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Abstract

Very recently it has been shown that controlling weak turbulent flows without feedback by a driving force which has a nonsinusoidal time dependence and a smooth spatial dependence might be possible, if the dynamics of the unperturbed flow can be modeled by a low dimensional model. In this paper we show that control might be possible in cases where the parameters of the model have a complicated unpredictable time dependence. The basic idea is to measure from time to time, the response of the experimental system in order to adjust the model. We investigate the magnitude of the deviations between goal dynamics and experimental dynamics and discuss the influence of noise.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Title of host publicationPreprints for the Symposium on Turbulence
EditorsX.B.Jr. Reed, G.K. Patterson, J.L. Zakin
PublisherPubl by Univ of Missouri
StatePublished - 1990
EventTwelfth Turbulence Symposium - Rolla, MS, USA
Duration: Sep 24 1990Sep 26 1990

Other

OtherTwelfth Turbulence Symposium
CityRolla, MS, USA
Period9/24/909/26/90

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Ohle, F., Huebler, A., & Welge, M. (1990). Adaptive control of chaotic systems. In X. B. J. Reed, G. K. Patterson, & J. L. Zakin (Eds.), Preprints for the Symposium on Turbulence Publ by Univ of Missouri.