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Predefined-time vector-polynomial-based synchronization among a group of chaotic systems and its application in secure information transmission

  • Received: 10 May 2021 Accepted: 18 July 2021 Published: 30 July 2021
  • MSC : 93C10

  • This article aims to improve the security and timeliness of chaotic synchronization scheme in chaotic secure information transmission. Firstly, a novel nonlinear synchronization scheme among multiple chaotic systems is defined based on vector polynomial to improve the complexity of the carrier signal, and then to enhance the attack resistance of the communication scheme. Secondly, a more flexible and accurate synchronization control technology is proposed so that the above vector-polynomial-based chaotic synchronization can be realized within a time that is predefined as a tunable control parameter. Subsequently, the theoretical derivation is carried out to prove the synchronization time in the above-mentioned synchronization control scheme can be set independently without being affected by the initial conditions or other control parameters. Finally, several simulation experiments on secure information transmission are presented to verify the efficiency and superiority of the designed chaotic synchronization scheme and synchronization control technology.

    Citation: Qiaoping Li, Sanyang Liu. Predefined-time vector-polynomial-based synchronization among a group of chaotic systems and its application in secure information transmission[J]. AIMS Mathematics, 2021, 6(10): 11005-11028. doi: 10.3934/math.2021639

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  • This article aims to improve the security and timeliness of chaotic synchronization scheme in chaotic secure information transmission. Firstly, a novel nonlinear synchronization scheme among multiple chaotic systems is defined based on vector polynomial to improve the complexity of the carrier signal, and then to enhance the attack resistance of the communication scheme. Secondly, a more flexible and accurate synchronization control technology is proposed so that the above vector-polynomial-based chaotic synchronization can be realized within a time that is predefined as a tunable control parameter. Subsequently, the theoretical derivation is carried out to prove the synchronization time in the above-mentioned synchronization control scheme can be set independently without being affected by the initial conditions or other control parameters. Finally, several simulation experiments on secure information transmission are presented to verify the efficiency and superiority of the designed chaotic synchronization scheme and synchronization control technology.



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