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Noise effects in extended chaotic system: study on the Lorenz'96 model

AuthorsRevelli, Jorge A.; Rodríguez, Miguel A. CSIC ORCID ; Wio, Horacio S. CSIC ORCID
KeywordsStatistical Mechanics
Pattern Formation and Solitons
Atmospheric and oceanic physics
Issue Date17-Jul-2007
CitationarXiv:0707.2572v1 [nlin.CD]
AbstractWe investigate the effects of a time-correlated noise on an extended chaotic system. The chosen model is the Lorenz'96, a kind of toy model used for climate studies. The system is subjected to both temporal and spatiotemporal perturbations. Through the analysis of the system's time evolution and its time correlations, we have obtained numerical evidence for two stochastic resonance-like behaviors. Such behavior is seen when a generalized signal-to-noise ratio function are depicted as a function of the external noise intensity or as function of the system size. The underlying mechanism seems to be associated to a noise-induced chaos reduction. The possible relevance of those findings for an optimal climate prediction are discussed, using an analysis of the noise effects on the evolution of finite perturbations and errors.
DescriptionTo appear in Statistical Mechanics Research Focus, Special volume (Nova Science Pub., NY, in press) (LaTex, 16 pgs, 14 figures).
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