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1.1 Mathematical pendulum
1.2 Isomorphic models
1.2.1 Brownian motion in a periodic potential
1.2.2 Josephson junction
1.2.3 Fluxon motion in superconductors
1.2.4 Charge density waves (CDWs)
1.2.5 Laser gyroscope
1.2.6 Synchronization phenomena
1.2.7 Parametric resonance in anisotropic systems
1.2.8 The Frenkel-Kontorova model (FK)
1.2.9 Solitons in optical lattices
1.3 Noise
1.3.1 White noise and colored noise
1.3.2 Dichotomous noise
1.3.3 Langevin and Fokker-Planck equations
2.1 Deterministic motion
2.2 Influence of noise
2.2.1 Additive white noise
2.2.2 Additive and multiplicative white noise
2.2.3 Additive dichotomous noise
2.2.4 Multiplicative dichotomous noise
2.2.6 Correlated additive noise and multiplicative noise
2.3 Periodic driven force
2.3.1 Deterministic equation
2.3.2 Influence of noise
2.3.3 Deterministic telegraph signal
Underdamped Pendulum
3.1 Pendulum with constant torque
3.2 Pendulum with multiplicative noise
3.3 Pendulum with additive noise
3.3.1 Damped pendulum subject to additive noise
3.4 Periodically driven pendulum
3.6 Pendulum with oscillating suspension point
3.6.1 Vertical oscillations
3.6.2 Horizontal oscillations
3.6.3 Pendulum with parametric damping
3.7 Spring pendulum
3.8 Resonance-type phenomena
3.8.1 Stochastic resonance (SR)
3.8.2 Absolute negative mobility (ANM)
3.8.3 Ratchets
stability (NES)
Deterministic Chaos
4.1 General concepts
4.1.1 Poincare sections and strange attractors
4.1.2 Lyapunov exponent
4.1.3 Correlation function
4.1.4 Spectral analysis
4.1.5 Period doubling and intermittency
4.2 Transition to chaos
4.2.1 Damped, periodically driven pendulum
4.2.5 Pendulum with applied periodic force
4.2.6 Spring pendulum
4.3 Pendulum subject to two periodic fields
4.3.1 Controlling chaos
4.3.2 Erratic motion
4.3.3 Vibrational resonance
Inverted Pendulum
5.1 Oscillations of the suspension axis
5.2 The tilted parametric pendulum
5.3 Random vibrations of the suspension axis
5.4 Spring pendulum
5.5 Spring pendulum driven by a periodic force
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Gitterman Noisy Pendulum

Gitterman Noisy Pendulum

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Published by: Cholo Aquino on Jul 03, 2011
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