Department of Physics, Saratov State University
Head of Radiophysics and Nonlinear Dynamics Chair, Saratov State University, Russia
Born: October 21, 1943
1961-1966: student of Saratov State University, Russia.
1968-1970: Post-graduate (Ph.D.) student, Saratov State University, Russia
1968-1970: Post-graduate student, State University, Saratov, Russia
1970-1987: Assistent, First teacher, Associate professor,State University, Saratov, Russia
1987-1987: Professor, Humboldt University, Berlin
1987-1988: Professor, State University, Saratov, Russia
Since 1988: Head of Radiophysics and Nonlinear Dynamics Chair, State University, Saratov, Russia
1970: Ph.D., Saratov State University, Russia
1987: Doctor of Sciences, Saratov State University, Russia
1989: Professor of Radiophysics and Nonlinear Dynamics Chair, Saratov State University, Russia
1994: Scientific Grant of the President of Russia and Russian Academy of Sciences
1994: Soros Professor
1995: Honored Man of Science of Russia
1995: Corresponding Member of International Academy of Informatization (OON)
1997: Corresponding Member of Russian Academy of Natural Sciences
Shepelev I. A., Bukh A. V., Muni S. S., Anishchenko V. S.
Quantifying the Transition from Spiral Waves to Spiral Wave Chimeras in a Lattice of Self-sustained Oscillators
2020, vol. 25, no. 6, pp. 597-615
The present work is devoted to the detailed quantification of the transition from spiral waves to spiral wave chimeras in a network of self-sustained oscillators with twodimensional geometry. The basic elements of the network under consideration are the van der Pol oscillator or the FitzHugh – Nagumo neuron. Both of the models are in the regime of relaxation oscillations. We analyze the regime by using the indices of local sensitivity, which enables us to evaluate the sensitivity of each oscillator at a finite time. Spiral waves are observed in both lattices when the interaction between elements has a local character. The dynamics of all the elements is regular. There are no pronounced high-sensitive regions. We have discovered that, when the coupling becomes nonlocal, the features of the system change significantly. The oscillation regime of the spiral wave center element switches to a chaotic one. Besides, a region with high sensitivity occurs around the wave center oscillator. Moreover, we show that the latter expands in space with elongation of the coupling range. As a result, an incoherence cluster of the spiral wave chimera is formed exactly within this high-sensitive area. A sharp increase in the values of the maximal Lyapunov exponent in the positive region leads to the formation of the incoherence cluster. Furthermore, we find that the system can even switch to a hyperchaotic regime when several Lyapunov exponents become positive.
Rybalova E. V., Klyushina D. Y., Anishchenko V. S., Strelkova G. I.
Impact of Noise on the Amplitude Chimera Lifetime in an Ensemble of Nonlocally Coupled Chaotic Maps
2019, vol. 24, no. 4, pp. 432-445
This paper presents results of numerical statistical analysis of the effect of shortterm localized noise of different intensity on the amplitude chimera lifetime in an ensemble of nonlocally coupled logistic maps in a chaotic regime. It is shown that a single and rather weak noise perturbation added only to the incoherence cluster of the amplitude chimera after its switching to the phase chimera mode is able to revive and stabilize the amplitude chimera, as well as to increase its lifetime to infinity. It is also analyzed how the amplitude chimera lifetime depends on the duration of noise influence of different intensity.
Strelkova G. I., Vadivasova T. E., Anishchenko V. S.
Synchronization of Chimera States in a Network of Many Unidirectionally Coupled Layers of Discrete Maps
2018, vol. 23, no. 7-8, pp. 948-960
We study numerically external synchronization of chimera states in a network of many unidirectionally coupled layers, each representing a ring of nonlocally coupled discretetime systems. The dynamics of each element in the network is described by either the logistic map or the bistable cubic map. We consider two cases: when all $M$ unidirectionally coupled layers are identical and when $(M - 1)$ identical layers differ from the first driving layer in their nonlocal coupling parameters. It is shown that the master chimera state in the first layer can be retranslating along the network with small distortions which are defined by a parameter mismatch. We also analyze the dependence of the mean-square deviation of the structure in the ith layer on the nonlocal coupling parameters.
Bukh A. V., Slepnev A. V., Anishchenko V. S., Vadivasova T. E.
Stability and Noise-induced Transitions in an Ensemble of Nonlocally Coupled Chaotic Maps
2018, vol. 23, no. 3, pp. 325-338
The influence of noise on chimera states arising in ensembles of nonlocally coupled chaotic maps is studied. There are two types of chimera structures that can be obtained in such ensembles: phase and amplitude chimera states. In this work, a series of numerical experiments is carried out to uncover the impact of noise on both types of chimeras. The noise influence on a chimera state in the regime of periodic dynamics results in the transition to chaotic dynamics. At the same time, the transformation of incoherence clusters of the phase chimera to incoherence clusters of the amplitude chimera occurs. Moreover, it is established that the noise impact may result in the appearance of a cluster with incoherent behavior in the middle of a coherence cluster.
Semenova N. I., Rybalova E. V., Strelkova G. I., Anishchenko V. S.
“Coherence–incoherence” Transition in Ensembles of Nonlocally Coupled Chaotic Oscillators with Nonhyperbolic and Hyperbolic Attractors
2017, vol. 22, no. 2, pp. 148-162
We consider in detail similarities and differences of the “coherence–incoherence” transition in ensembles of nonlocally coupled chaotic discrete-time systems with nonhyperbolic and hyperbolic attractors. As basic models we employ the Hénon map and the Lozi map. We show that phase and amplitude chimera states appear in a ring of coupled Hénon maps, while no chimeras are observed in an ensemble of coupled Lozi maps. In the latter, the transition to spatio-temporal chaos occurs via solitary states. We present numerical results for the coupling function which describes the impact of neighboring oscillators on each partial element of an ensemble with nonlocal coupling. Varying the coupling strength we analyze the evolution of the coupling function and discuss in detail its role in the “coherence–incoherence” transition in the ensembles of Hénon and Lozi maps.
Anishchenko V. S., Astakhov S. V., Vadivasova T. E.
Diagnostics of the degree of noise influence on a nonlinear system using relative metric entropy
2010, vol. 15, no. 2-3, pp. 261-273
In this paper we summarize and substantiate the relative metric entropy approach introduced in our previous papers [1,2]. Using this approach we study the mixing influence of noise on both regular and chaotic systems. We show that the synchronization phenomenon as well as stochastic resonance decrease, the degree of mixing is caused by white Gaussian noise.