Synchronization of Hodgkin-Huxley-Type and Related Oscillators
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.
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