Clustering in the Presence of Noise
This chapter presents different patterns of synchronized collective activity occurring provided there is no stimulation. Mathematically speaking, we analyze special solutions of (4.21) which arise provided the stimulation term S vanishes. All of these patterns can only emerge because the oscillators’ mutual synchronizing interactions resist the influence of noise. As the coupling strength is increased and passes its critical value, noisy cluster states appear which can be considered as stochastic versions of the cluster states analyzed in Chap. 3.
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