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The response of a weakly damped bistable oscillator to an external periodic force is considered theoretically. In the approximation of weak signals we can write a linearized equation for the signal and the corresponding nonlinear equation for the noise. These equations contain two unknown parameters: An effective stiffness and an additional damping factor.… (More)

Bispectral analysis, a technique based on high-order statistics, is extended to encompass time dependence for the case of coupled nonlinear oscillators. It is applicable to univariate as well as to multivariate data obtained, respectively, from one or more of the oscillators. It is demonstrated for a generic model of interacting systems whose basic units… (More)

Continuous glucose monitoring is increasingly used in the management of diabetes. Subcutaneous glucose profiles are characterised by a strong non-stationarity, which limits the application of correlation-spectral analysis. We derived an index of linear predictability by calculating the autocorrelation function of time series increments and applied detrended… (More)

- I A Khovanov, D G Luchinsky, R Mannella, P V E Mcclintock
- 2000

The energy-optimal entraining of the dynamics of a periodically driven oscillator, moving it from a chaotic attractor to a coexisting stable limit cycle, is investigated via analysis of fluctuational transitions between the two states. The deterministic optimal control function is identified with the corresponding optimal fluctuational force, which is found… (More)

The problem of how to reconstruct the parameters of a stochastic nonlinear dynamical system when they are time-varying is considered in the context of online decoding of physiological information from neuron signaling activity. To model the spiking of neurons, a set of FitzHugh-Nagumo (FHN) oscillators is used. It is assumed that only a fast dynamical… (More)

We compare the dynamics of nonlinear noisy oscillators near the two types of the Hopf bifurcation. Prior to the bifurcation, in the regime of damped oscillations around the stable focus, noise serves as a bifurcation precursor: the power spectrum includes a peak at the frequency of the self-sustained oscillations. Super-and sub-critical Hopf bifurcations… (More)

The energy-optimal migration of a chaotic oscillator from one attractor to another coexisting attractor is investigated via an analogy between the Hamiltonian theory of fluctuations and Hamiltonian formulation of the control problem. We demonstrate both on physical grounds and rigorously that the Wentzel-Freidlin Hamiltonian arising in the analysis of… (More)

We study the nonlinear response of a noisy bistable system to a biperiodic signal through experiments with an electronic circuit (Schmitt trigger). The signal we use is a biharmonic one, i.e., a superposition of low and high frequency harmonic components. It is shown that the mean switching frequency (MSF) of the system can be locked at both low and high… (More)

- V S Anishchenko, A N Silchenko, I A Khovanov
- 1997

Synchronization of two symmetrically coupled Lorenz systems, each of them considered a chaotic bistable system, is investigated numerically. A phenomenon of synchronization of the mean frequencies of switchings in coupled chaotic bistable systems is found. Bifurcations taking place in the system are analyzed. It is shown that there is the region on the… (More)

We discuss the gain in signal-to-noise ratio (SNR) recently reported by Liu et al. [Phys. Rev. E 63, 051912 (2001)] in the Hodgkin-Huxley neuronal model. We show first that the possibility of signal-to-noise ratio enhancements can be checked by consideration of the statistical characteristics of switching between the system states, and we examine how the… (More)