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Title: Experimental techniques for investigating chaos in electronics
Authors: Tse, CK 
Issue Date: 2002
Publisher: New York: World Scientific
Source: In G Chen & T Ueta (Eds.), Chaos in circuits and systems, p.367-384. Singapore: New York: World Scientific, 2002 How to cite?
Abstract: In the study of nonlinear phenomena in electronics, experiments are indispensable for the purpose of verifying the analytical findings and simulation results. This chapter begins with a discussion on the roles of experimental measurements and computer simulations in the study of nonlinear systems. A tutorial overview of the commonly used laboratory techniques for studying nonlinear phenomena in electronic circuits is given. Specifically, some techniques for displaying phase portraits, Poincar´e sections and bifurcation diagrams on the oscilloscope are discussed.
ISBN: 981-02-4933-0
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