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We explore the dynamics of a Hodgkin-Huxley-type model for thermally sensitive neurons that exhibit intrinsic oscillatory activity. The model is modified to include a feedback loop that is represented by two parameters: the synaptic strength and the transmission delay time. We analyze the dynamics of the neuron depending on the temperature, the synaptic… (More)

The inference of an underlying network topology from local observations of a complex system composed of interacting units is usually attempted by using statistical similarity measures, such as cross-correlation (CC) and mutual information (MI). The possible existence of a direct link between different units is, however, hindered within the time-series… (More)

A network of delay-coupled logistic maps exhibits two different synchronization regimes, depending on the distribution of the coupling delay times. When the delays are homogeneous throughout the network, the network synchronizes to a time-dependent state [Atay et al., Phys. Rev. Lett. 92, 144101 (2004)], which may be periodic or chaotic depending on the… (More)

We investigate the dynamics of an array of chaotic logistic maps coupled with random delay times. We report that for adequate coupling strength the array is able to synchronize, in spite of the random delays. Specifically, we find that the synchronized state is a homogeneous steady state, where the chaotic dynamics of the individual maps is suppressed. This… (More)

We study the influence of noise in the dynamics of a laser with optical feedback. For appropriate choices of the feedback parameters, several attractors coexist, and large enough noise induces jumps among the attractors. Based on the residence times probability density, it is shown that with increasing noise the dynamics of attractor jumping exhibits a… (More)

We study the synchronization of two chaotic maps with unidirectional (master-slave) coupling. Both maps have an intrinsic delay n 1 , and coupling acts with a delay n 2. Depending on the sign of the difference n 1 − n 2 , the slave map can synchronize to a future or a past state of the master system. The stability properties of the synchronized state are… (More)

Statistical complexity measures are used to detect noise-induced order and to quantify stochastic and coherence resonances. We illustrate the method with two paradigmatic models, one of a Brownian particle in a sinusoidally modulated bistable potential, and the other, the FitzHugh-Nagumo model of excitable systems. The method can be employed for the precise… (More)

- C. Masoller
- 2001

We study numerically the synchronization of two time-delay chaotic systems, in a unidirec-tional coupling conÿguration. The coupling is delayed in time to represent the ÿnite speed at which the information is transmitted from one system (master system) to the other (slave system). We simulate coupled Mackey–Glass and Ikeda systems. We show that, when the… (More)

We characterize numerically the regime of anticipated synchronization in the coupled FitzHugh-Nagumo model for neurons. We consider two neurons, coupled uni-directionally (in a master-slave configuration), subject to the same random external forcing and with a recurrent inhibitory delayed connection in the slave neuron. We show that the scheme leads to… (More)

We study the regime of anticipated synchronization in unidirectionally coupled model neurons subject to a common external aperiodic forcing that makes their behavior unpredictable. We show numerically and by analog hardware electronic circuits that, under appropriate coupling conditions, the pulses fired by the slave neuron anticipate (i.e., predict) the… (More)