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By L. Fortuna, M. Frasca (auth.), Associate Professor Salvatore Baglio Dr., Adi Bulsara Dr. (eds.)

This edited publication is dedicated in particular to the functions of complicated nonlinear dynamic phenomena to actual structures and machine functions. whereas long ago many years there was major development within the conception of nonlinear phenomena below an collection of procedure boundary stipulations and arrangements, there exist relatively few units that really take this wealthy habit into consideration. "Device purposes of Nonlinear Dynamics" applies and exploits this data to make units which function extra successfully and cost effectively, whereas affording the promise of far better functionality. Given the present explosion of rules in components as various as molecular vehicles, nonlinear filtering conception, noise-enhanced propagation, stochastic resonance and networked structures, the time is true to combine the development of advanced platforms study into genuine devices.

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Interacting dynamical systems underlie many existing and future industrial and military platforms where one needs to control interacting vehicles of different types moving in a coordinated way. Examples include mobile sensing arrays or arrays of different objects in random environments, such as miniature submarines in the ocean and insect robots on land or air. Such systems typically have their own dynamics, but interact with others via a communication link. In many of these applications it is necessary to control the dynamics of the entire collection while operating in the presence of random environments and stochastic communication.

First is a shift in the resonance frequency largely due to a reduction of the spring constant. The second is a gradual broadening of the peak and decrease in the amplitude at resonance, stemming from an increase in the dissipation factor. However, these two results are not completely independent. The frequency shift is also partly responsible for the change in measured Q, making a true separation of the effect of temperature on γ and k difficult. However, to a large degree, measuring Q gives a good approximation of γ, and measuring the shift in frequency sheds light on the change in k.

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