A Concise Guide to Chaotic Electronic Circuits by Arturo BuscarinoA Concise Guide to Chaotic Electronic Circuits by Arturo Buscarino

A Concise Guide to Chaotic Electronic Circuits

byArturo Buscarino, Luigi Fortuna, Mattia Frasca

Paperback | May 8, 2014

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This brief provides a source of instruction from which students can be taught about the practicalities of designing and using chaotic circuits. The text provides information on suitable materials, circuit design and schemes for design realization. Readers are then shown how to reproduce experiments on chaos and to design new ones. The text guides the reader easily from the basic idea of chaos to the laboratory test providing an experimental basis that can be developed for such applications as secure communications.

This brief provides introductory information on sample chaotic circuits, includes coverage of their development, and the "gallery" section provides information on a wide range of circuits.Concise Guide to Chaotic Electronic Circuitswill be useful to anyone running a laboratory class involving chaotic circuits and to students wishing to learn about them.

Title:A Concise Guide to Chaotic Electronic CircuitsFormat:PaperbackDimensions:100 pagesPublished:May 8, 2014Publisher:Springer-Verlag/Sci-Tech/TradeLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:3319058991

ISBN - 13:9783319058993

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Table of Contents

Introduction.- From Mathematical Model to Circuit.- A Gallery of Chaotic Circuits.- Synchornization.

Editorial Reviews

"This book takes the science and moves it from a programmer's world to your hands in the form of wires and circuits. . The authors begin with an introduction to the building blocks of circuits. . the aim of the book is a guide to build circuits and experiment. . I recommend it for any hobbyist, mathematician, or engineer who wants to experience chaos beyond a mere simulation on a computer screen that we usually see." (David S. Mazel, MAA Reviews, June, 2015)