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Synchronization of Hodgkin-Huxley-Type and Related Oscillators

  • Derek A. Linkens
Part of the Developments in Cardiovascular Medicine book series (DICM, volume 17)

Abstract

It should be noted that the experimental investigation into oscillator synchronization described here has been motivated by an interest in pacing experiments on the gastro-intestinal tract. Of particular importance have been phenomena such as the ability to pace at frequencies below and above the natural frequency of the model, and phase-shift induced along a synchronized chain under external stimulation. It is hoped that the results obtained will prove useful in the closely-related field of cardiac synchronization.

Keywords

Relaxation Model Phase Lead Pace Frequency Frequency Entrainment Synchronisation Band 
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