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Many social, biological, and technological networks consist of a small number of highly connected components (hubs) and a very large number of loosely connected components (low-degree nodes). It has been commonly recognized that such heterogeneously connected networks are extremely vulnerable to the failure of hubs in terms of structural robustness of(More)
In this paper, we study bifurcation structures of period-adding phenomena in an internal wave model that is a mathematical model for ocean internal waves. It has been suggested that chaotic solutions observed in the internal wave model may be related to the universal property of the energy spectra of ocean internal waves. In numerical bifurcation analyses(More)
We study an effective method to recover dynamic activity in coupled oscillator networks that have been damaged and lost oscillatory dynamics owing to some inactivated or deteriorated oscillator elements. Recovery of the dynamic behavior can be achieved by newly connecting intact oscillators to the network. We analytically and numerically examine the(More)
The present paper studies regular and complex spatiotemporal behaviors in networks of coupled map-based bursting oscillators. In-phase and antiphase synchronization of bursts are studied, explaining their underlying mechanisms in order to determine how network parameters separate them. Conditions for emergent bursting in the coupled system are derived from(More)
Through phase plane analysis of a class of two-dimensional spiking and bursting neuron models, covering some of the most popular map-based neuron models, we show that there exists a trade-off between the sensitivity of the neuron to steady external stimulation and its resonance properties, and how this trade-off may be tuned by the neutral or asymptotic(More)
A widely used complex-valued activation function for complex-valued multistate Hopfield networks is revealed to be essentially based on a multilevel step function. By replacing the multilevel step function with other multilevel characteristics, we present two alternative complex-valued activation functions. One is based on a multilevel sigmoid function,(More)
In general, different countries and communities respond to epidemics in accordance with their own control plans and protocols. However, owing to global human migration and mobility, strategic planning for epidemic control measures through the collaboration of relevant public health administrations is gaining importance for mitigating and containing(More)