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Applications of Nonlinear Dynamics: Model and Design of by William L. Ditto, K. Murali, Sudeshna Sinha (auth.),

By William L. Ditto, K. Murali, Sudeshna Sinha (auth.), Visarath In, Patrick Longhini, Antonio Palacios (eds.)

This edited e-book is aimed toward interdisciplinary, device-oriented, functions of nonlinear technological know-how idea and techniques in advanced platforms. particularly, functions directed to nonlinear phenomena with area and time features. Examples contain: advanced networks of magnetic sensor structures, coupled nano-mechanical oscillators, nano-detectors, microscale units, stochastic resonance in multi-dimensional chaotic platforms, biosensors, and stochastic sign quantization. "applications of nonlinear dynamics: version and layout of complicated platforms" brings jointly the paintings of scientists and engineers which are utilizing principles and techniques from nonlinear dynamics to layout and fabricate complicated systems.

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Hence, the frequency increases as λ increases (ie. gets more negative) as shown in Fig. 1. The coupling parameter λ can be used to tune the device to the desired operating frequency. , the emergent oscillations correspond to switching events between the stable steady states of each core. Just like the single fluxgate magnetometer, when the coupledcore version is subjected to a DC magnetic field where ε = 0, the residence time shifts so the RTD method can still be used for magnetic field detection.

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