Bifurcation Analysis, Synchronization and FPGA Implementation of a New 3-D Jerk System with a Stable Equilibrium
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This research paper addresses the modelling of a new 3-D chaotic jerk system with a stable equilibrium. Such chaotic systems are known to exhibit hidden attractors. After the modelling of the new jerk system, a detailed bifurcation analysis has been performed for the new chaotic jerk system with a stable equilibrium. It is shown that the new jerk system has multistability with coexisting attractors. Next, we apply backstepping control for the synchronization design of a pair of new jerk systems with a stable equilibrium taken as the master-slave chaotic systems. Lyapunov stability theory is used to establish the synchronization results for the new jerk system with a stable equilibrium. Finally, we show that the FPGA design of the new jerk system with a stable equilibrium can be implemented using the FPGA Zybo Z7-20 development board. The design of the new jerk system consists of multipliers, adders and subtractors. It is observed that the experimental attractors are in good agreement with simulation results.