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Chaotic Generators Demo

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Chaotic generators demo can be used for studying the behavior of chaotic generators.


Updated 22 Apr 2013

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This demo is written in MATLAB and represents the work done for my undergraduate project. The main window is called by typing at the MATLAB prompt start.

From the main window five different tools can be called:

1. 2D attractor
2. time and frequency domain
3. bifurcation diagram
4. histogram
5. bicoherence

From each tool a chaotic generator can be selected and its behavior studied. The chaotic generators are grouped into two classes:

- time discrete
- time continuous

Some tools can be used for both classes of chaotic generators, others can be used only for one class.

Other chaotic generators can be easily added to the existing ones by creating a script file in the directory corresponding to its class: Cont or Discr. In this case no default parameters are available and they must be typed manually in the edit boxes of each tool.

Cite As

Bogdan Cristea Eugen (2021). Chaotic Generators Demo (, MATLAB Central File Exchange. Retrieved .

Comments and Ratings (19)

Bogdan Cristea

Hi, you can find an updated version on github:

Brad Haddin

Not working!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Mohammed Alsubhi

Hi anyone have used it ? and it works ? I need to plug my equation on it but I could not

pradyumna sahoo

Wai Ki Chan

Corrin Reilly

tanveer haq


thank you


Hi, can I change the generator to my own equation, not just the parameters? for example, a 4D or 3D nonautonomous system.

sebastian herrera

David Trejo García

Awesome! Thank you!

Neeraj Singh

Tengfei lei


ridah 29011990

aslam mohammed

very d it

Partha Sharathi Dutta

It is very helpful to the nonlinear dynamist.

abdo kamal

LIU Jerry

Good demo for reference!

MATLAB Release Compatibility
Created with R2012b
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