**Yoshisuke Ueda and Hirofumi Ohta**

*Department of Electrical Engineering, Kyoto University, Kyoto 606, Japan*

**H. Bruce Stewart**

*Division of Applied Science, Brookhaven National Laboratory, New York 11973, USA*

I. INTRODUCTION (digest)

II. COMPUTER SIMULATION METHODS (digest)

A. Taylor series method

B. Validated numerical integration method

C. Harmonic balance method of finding a periodic solution

III. SIMULATION RESULTS (digest)

A. Overview of bifurcations

B. Steady states and bifurcations for

C. Unstable limit cycles

D. Further evidence concerning bifurcations

IV. CONCLUSIONS

Errata for the publication

- Line 4 from the end of the left column in p. 82

Error: slip bifurcations

Correction: flip bifurcations - Caption of FIG. 6 in p. 82

Error:*L*= 43

Correction:*L*= 4.3 - Reference 3 in p. 83

Error: 1994

Correction: 1984

Related papers

- Ueda and Ohta : "Strange attractors in a system described by nonlinear differential-difference equation,"

in Chaos and statistical methods, edited by Y. Kuramoto, pp. 161-166, Springer-Verlag (1984)

- Ueda and Ohta : "Average power spectra of chaotic motions in a system described by nonlinear differential-difference equation,"

Proc. ISCAS 85, pp. 179-182 (1985)