Identify Stochastic Bursting from Chaotic Bursting Generated in an Experimental Neural Pacemaker
The stochastic and chaotic bursting lying between period k and period k + 1 bursting (k = 2, 3) exhibit similar characteristics such as positive Lyapunov exponent, non-periodic spike trains and deterministic structures such as periodic orbit. The distinctions are identified as different evolutions of the periodic orbit and multi-peaked histogram exhibited in stochastic bursting. The results give practical indicators to distinguish the chaotic bursting and stochastic bursting.
KeywordsChaotic bursting stochastic bursting period adding bifurcation periodic orbit lyaponov exponent
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