This work studies dynamic of delayed discrete chaotic systems with bounded and unbounded delays. The time lags appear in additive which is coupled with a smooth function and nonadditive forms. It has been shown that, in both additive and nonadditive cases, the primal (non-delayed) system is neutral to the bounded delay to possess an attractive fixed point. Nevertheless, if a nonadditive and unbounded delay is supposed to affect a chaotic and measure preserving system locally, then the delay function might be sensitive to initial states. A local stabilization to the dynamics of Logistic and Gaussian maps are made and creation of attractive fixed points is illustrated.
Nonlinear Dynamics – Springer Journals
Published: Jun 8, 2017
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