### Intermittent behavior and synchronization of two coupled noisy driven oscillators.

dos Santos, Ângela Maria, Lopes, Sérgio Roberto, Viana, Ricardo Luiz (2009)

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In this paper, a modified version of the Chaos Shift Keying (CSK) scheme for secure encryption and decryption of data will be discussed. The classical CSK method determines the correct value of binary signal through checking which initially unsynchronized system is getting synchronized. On the contrary, the new anti-synchronization CSK (ACSK) scheme determines the wrong value of binary signal through checking which already synchronized system is loosing synchronization. The ACSK scheme...

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