Special Issue "Discrete and Continuous Memristive Nonlinear Systems and Symmetry II"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 31 March 2024 | Viewed by 1972
Interests: complex dynamic properties of nonlinear systems; memristor and memristor neural networks; complex networks; fractional calculus and its applications
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Interests: memristive circuit/system; memristive neuromorphic circuit; bifurcation analysis; neuron dynamics
Interests: nonlinear circuit; memristor and memristor circuit; memristor neural network; information security
Due to the characteristics of memory and intrinsic nonlinearity, memristors have broad application prospects in fields such as flash memory, logic circuits, synapses, neural networks, and oscillator circuits. Among these, memristor-based applications have been intensively investigated, such as discrete and continuous memristive chaotic systems, memristive neural systems, and memristive nonlinear networks. Meanwhile, fractional calculus is a 300-year-old topic, and now, it has been introduced to different nonlinear systems. Moreover, applications of fractional-order calculus have aroused much interest. As a result, fractional-order discrete and continuous memristors, as well as fractional-order memristor nonlinear systems, have been designed. As a result, symmetry coexisting attractors are found in those systems. For this Special Issue, we focus on discrete and continuous memristive nonlinear systems with or without fractional calculus and their applications, such as nonlinear systems, neural networks, brain-like computing, information encryption, and symmetry. All related work is sincerely welcome.
Dr. Shaobo He
Dr. Quan Xu
Prof. Dr. Chunlai Li
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- nonlinear system
- memristive system
- fraction-order memristor
- fractional-order memristive system
- image encryption
- neural network
- brain-like computing
- memristor based artificial intelligence