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2007-07-20
2016-09-29

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This paper comments on a recent paper by Yu and Cao [Chaos, 16, 023119 (Year: 2006)]. We find that the theorem in this paper is incorrect by numerical simulations. The consequence of the incorrectness is analyzed as well.

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