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Deterministic stochastic resonance in chaotic diffusion
Author(s): Shin Mizutani; Hiromichi Suetani; Kenichi Arai; Kazuyuki Yoshimura
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Paper Abstract

We show deterministic stochastic resonance (DSR) in chaotic diffusion when the diffusion map is modulated by a sinusoid. In chaotic diffusion, the map parameter determines the state transition rate and the diffusion coefficient. The transition rate shows the diffusion intensity. Therefore, the parameter represents the intensity of the internal fluctuation. By this fact, increase of the parameter maximizes the response of DSR as in standard stochastic resonance (SR) where the external noise intensity optimizes the response. Sinusoidally modulated diffusion is regarded as a stochastic process whose transition rate is modulated by the sinusoid. Therefore, the transition dynamics can be approximated by a time-dependent random walk process. Using the mean transition rate function against the map parameter, we can derive the DSR response depending on the parameter. Our approach is based on the rate modulation theory for SR. Even when the diffusion map is modulated by the sinusoid and noise from an external environment, the increasing parameter can also maximize the DSR response. We can calculate the DSR response depending on the external noise intensity and the map parameter. DSR takes advantage of applications to signal detection because the system has the control parameter corresponding to the internal fluctuation intensity.

Paper Details

Date Published: 7 May 2003
PDF: 10 pages
Proc. SPIE 5114, Noise in Complex Systems and Stochastic Dynamics, (7 May 2003); doi: 10.1117/12.497083
Show Author Affiliations
Shin Mizutani, NTT Corp. (Japan)
Hiromichi Suetani, NTT Corp. (Japan)
Kenichi Arai, NTT Corp. (Japan)
Kazuyuki Yoshimura, NTT Corp. (Japan)


Published in SPIE Proceedings Vol. 5114:
Noise in Complex Systems and Stochastic Dynamics
Lutz Schimansky-Geier; Derek Abbott; Alexander Neiman; Christian Van den Broeck, Editor(s)

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