Devil’s staircase and the absence of chaos in the dc- and ac-driven overdamped Frenkel-Kontorova modelстатья

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[1] Devil’s staircase and the absence of chaos in the dc- and ac-driven overdamped frenkel-kontorova model / I. Sokolovic, P. Mali, J. Odavic et al. // Physical Review E - Statistical, Nonlinear, and Soft Matter Physics. — 2017. — Vol. 96, no. 2. — P. 022210. The devil’s staircase structure arising from the complete mode locking of an entirely nonchaotic system, the overdamped dc+ac driven Frenkel-Kontorova model with deformable substrate potential, was observed. Even though no chaos was found, a hierarchical ordering of the Shapiro steps was made possible through the use of a previously introduced continued fraction formula. The absence of chaos, deduced here from Lyapunov exponent analyses, can be attributed to the overdamped character and the Middleton no-passing rule. A comparative analysis of a one-dimensional stack of Josephson junctions confirmed the disappearance of chaos with increasing dissipation. Other common dynamic features were also identified through this comparison. A detailed analysis of the amplitude dependence of the Shapiro steps revealed that only for the case of a purely sinusoidal substrate potential did the relative sizes of the steps follow a Farey sequence. For nonsinusoidal (deformed) potentials, the symmetry of the Stern-Brocot tree, depicting all members of particular Farey sequence, was seen to be increasingly broken, with certain steps being more prominent and their relative sizes not following the Farey rule. [ DOI ]

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