CONTROLLING CHAOS AND THE INVERSE FROBENIUS–PERRON PROBLEM: GLOBAL STABILIZATION OF ARBITRARY INVARIANT MEASURES

ERIK M. BOLLT
2000 International Journal of Bifurcation and Chaos in Applied Sciences and Engineering  
The inverse Frobenius-Perron problem (IFPP) is a global open-loop strategy to control chaos. The goal of our IFPP is to design a dynamical system in n which is: (1) nearby the original dynamical system, and (2) has a desired invariant density. We reduce the question of stabilizing an arbitrary invariant measure, to the question of a hyperplane intersecting a unit hyperbox; several controllability theorems follow. We present a generalization of Baker maps with an arbitrary grammar and whose FP
more » ... mmar and whose FP operator is the required stochastic matrix. *
doi:10.1142/s0218127400000736 fatcat:axuudcxlcjemfe7qdvqbjax2si