Shift manipulation of intrinsic localized mode in ac driven Klein Gordon lattice
Hirotaka Araki, Takashi Hikihara
Nonlinear Sciences, Pattern Formation and Solitons, Pattern Formation and Solitons (nlin.PS)
Shift manipulation of intrinsic localized mode (ILM) is numerically discussed in an ac driven Klein Gordon lattice. Before the manipulation, we introduce the 2-degree of freedom nonlinear system, which is obtained by reducing the lattice. In the reduced system, two localized modes correspond to ILMs in the original system. These two localized modes are switched by changing a coupling constant adiabatically. Based on the result obtained in the reduced system, we numerically show that the shift manipulation of ILM is achieved, like a particle, by using an adiabatic change of coupling constant between the targeted sites in the lattice.