This paper investigates the different effects of chaotic switching
on Parrondo's games, as compared to random and periodic switching.
The rate of winning of Parrondo's games with chaotic switching
depends on coefficient(s) defining the chaotic generator, initial
conditions of the chaotic sequence and the proportion of Game A
played. Maximum rate of winning can be obtained with all the above
mentioned factors properly set, and this occurs when chaotic
switching approaches periodic behavior.