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Code for noncommensurate fractional-order Lyapunov exponents

version 1.0.1 (3.18 KB) by Nikolay Kuznetsov
The program prints and plots the Lyapunov exponents of noncommensurate fractional order as function of time.


Updated 14 Jun 2021

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The code, FO_NC_Lyapunov.m, determines all Lyapunov exponents for a class of noncommensurate fractional-order systems modeled by Caputo's derivative, following the Benettin–Wolf algorithm. The program continues the matlab code for Lyapunov exponents of commensurate fractional order presented in
[1] Marius-F. Danca, Nikolay Kuznetsov, Matlab code for Lyapunov exponents of fractional order systems, IJBC, 28(05), 1850067 (2018)
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Like the previous code, it uses an existing Matlab program for Lyapunov exponents of integer order, lyapunov.m, via a fast routine for differential equations of noncommensurate order, fde_pi12_pc.m.
How to use it:
ne - system dimension;
ext_fcn - function containing the extended system of FO (see e.g. LE_RF.m in [1] or [2]);
t_start, t_end - time span (fde_pi12_pc);
h_norm - step for Gram-Schmidt renormalization;
x_start - initial condition;
h - integration step for fde_pi12_pc;
q=[q_1,q_2,...,q_ne] - the fractional order;
out - priniting step of LEs values;
out==0 - no print.
t- time values;
LE -Lyapunov exponents to each time value printed every 'out' step
Note that the files FO_NC_Lyapunov, fde_pi12_pc, and ext_fcn (e.g. Lorenz_ext), must be in the same folder
The way in which the code can be used to obtain bifurcation diagrams vs one parameter, order etc, can be deduced from [1]

Cite As

Nikolay Kuznetsov (2021). Code for noncommensurate fractional-order Lyapunov exponents (, MATLAB Central File Exchange. Retrieved .

Marius-F. Danca, Matlab code for Lyapunov exponents of fractional-order systems, Part II: The non-commensurate case, IJBC, accepted on Jun 12, 2021.

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