oscillators 
Numerical modeling bore out efficiency of this method for any number of oscillators.


Blockcircuits of phaselocked systems, which act as frequency synthesizers and misphasing correctors, for timing oscillators of digital signal processers are designed.


Examples of applying the method of passification and adaptive observers to the problems of synchronization of the nonlinear oscillators and message transmission by chaotic signals were presented.


Analytical synthesis of oscillators on two oscillatory links


Simplest Kinetic Schemes for Biochemical Oscillators


Graphical rules were developed for detecting oscillators in kinetic schemes of complex biochemical systems.


The main types of topology and principles of construction of kinetic schemes of oscillators containing two, three, and four substances are considered.


The resulting oscillators might be a part of the biochemical systems of the nth order.


Four kinetic models of hypothetical complex reactions containing minimal twosubstance or threesubstance oscillators were constructed on the basis of the graphical rules suggested in the preceding work.


New Theoretical Schemes of the Simplest Chemical Oscillators


About forty new schemes of chemical/biochemical oscillators are developed.


The dissociating molecules are simulated by cutoff harmonic oscillators.


In the study of wave radiation by oscillators moving in a fluid considerable interest attaches to the question of the effect which the radiation has on the nature of the motion of the source.


Thermal dissociation of anharmonic oscillators in a boundary layer


Weak nonlinear waves in a generalized viscoelastic medium with internal oscillators are considered.


Nonequilibrium dissociation in a mixture of anharmonic oscillators  molecules of a diatomic gas and its atoms  is investigated with allowance for the temperature gradient in the boundary layer.


Nonequilibrium thermal dissociation in a nonisothermal boundary layer in a mixture of Morse anharmonic oscillators  molecules of a diatomic gas and its atoms  is considered within the framework of the ladder mechanism.


The interaction between diatomic molecules with allowance for vibrational degrees of freedom is simulated as the interaction of classical or quantummechanical harmonic and anharmonic oscillators in the external force approximation.


According to this model, the transfer of thermal perturbations occurs through harmonic interaction of oscillators localized at mediumrange order clusters with hinged bonds.


The results obtained are interpreted within a model of Einstein oscillators localized at mediumrange order clusters with hinged bonds.

