A minimum 5‐component 5‐term single‐nonlinearity chaotic jerk circuit is presented as the first simplest chaotic jerk circuit in a category that a single op‐amp is employed. Such a simplest circuit displays 5 simultaneous advantages of (1) 5 minimum basic electronic components, (2) 5 minimum algebraic terms in a set of 3 coupled first‐order ordinary differential equations (ODEs), (3) a single minimum term of nonlinearity in the ODEs, (4) a simple passive component for nonlinearity, and (5) a single op‐amp. The proposed 5‐term single‐nonlinearity chaotic jerk circuit and a slightly modified version of an existing 6‐term 2‐nonlinearity chaotic jerk circuit form mirrored images of each other. Although both mirrored circuits yield 2 different sets of the ODEs, both sets however can be recast into a pair of twin jerk equations. Both mirrored circuits are therefore algebraically twin 5‐component chaotic jerk circuits, leading to a twin‐jerk single‐op‐amp approach to the proposed minimum chaotic jerk circuit. Two cross verifications of trajectories of both circuits are illustrated through numerical and experimental results. Dynamical properties are also presented.
International Journal of Circuit Theory and Applications – Wiley
Published: Jan 1, 2018
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