Boundary in the dynamic phase of globally coupled oscillatory and excitable units

Boundary in the dynamic phase of globally coupled oscillatory and excitable units There is a crucial boundary between dynamic phase 1 and dynamic phase 2 of globally coupled oscillatory and excitable units, where the mean field is constant and oscillates in the former and the latter, respectively. This boundary is theoretically derived here for a large population of dynamical units, each having only a phase variable, where it is assumed that both the coupling strength and the distribution width of bifurcation parameters are equally small. This theory, which is applicable only if all or most of the units are intrinsically oscillatory, is confirmed to agree with simulation results for two different distribution densities. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Physical Review E American Physical Society (APS)

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Boundary in the dynamic phase of globally coupled oscillatory and excitable units

Abstract

There is a crucial boundary between dynamic phase 1 and dynamic phase 2 of globally coupled oscillatory and excitable units, where the mean field is constant and oscillates in the former and the latter, respectively. This boundary is theoretically derived here for a large population of dynamical units, each having only a phase variable, where it is assumed that both the coupling strength and the distribution width of bifurcation parameters are equally small. This theory, which is applicable only if all or most of the units are intrinsically oscillatory, is confirmed to agree with simulation results for two different distribution densities.
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The American Physical Society
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Copyright © ©2017 American Physical Society
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1539-3755
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550-2376
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10.1103/PhysRevE.96.012210
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Abstract

There is a crucial boundary between dynamic phase 1 and dynamic phase 2 of globally coupled oscillatory and excitable units, where the mean field is constant and oscillates in the former and the latter, respectively. This boundary is theoretically derived here for a large population of dynamical units, each having only a phase variable, where it is assumed that both the coupling strength and the distribution width of bifurcation parameters are equally small. This theory, which is applicable only if all or most of the units are intrinsically oscillatory, is confirmed to agree with simulation results for two different distribution densities.

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Physical Review EAmerican Physical Society (APS)

Published: Jul 13, 2017

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