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How to do Mira's model in Matlab?

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Hello Everyone,

x(k+1)=by(k)+F(x(k))

y(k+1)= - x(k)+F((x(k+1)))

where

F(x) = ax+(2(1-a)x^2 / (1+x^2))

Input: x(1) ,y(1),n-points,a and b
Output x,y,plot (x,y)

I just can't understand what it is about??

How can it be done with Matlab??!!!

Thanks alot!!!
 

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Mira's Model!!!

HI

I know nothing about this guy Mira, I am looking at your equations just like any other one.

Just look at it as a parametric function, It seems that k is the varialbe. If there is no defined range for K, then you can try assuming to be a positive integer, lets say k= 1,2,..., N, You assume you inputs for X(1), Y(1), a and b, and that is all. This is obvious but I am writing it just for illustration

x(2) = b*y(1) + F(x(1)); and F can be caculated in the same way. Just numerical repetition.

cheers

Sal
 

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