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- Aman Mahajan, Yohannes Shiferaw, +10 authors James N Weiss
- Biophysical journal
- 2008

Mathematical modeling of the cardiac action potential has proven to be a powerful tool for illuminating various aspects of cardiac function, including cardiac arrhythmias. However, no currently available detailed action potential model accurately reproduces the dynamics of the cardiac action potential and intracellular calcium (Ca(i)) cycling at rapid heart… (More)

- Juan G Restrepo, Edward Ott, Brian R Hunt
- Physical review. E, Statistical, nonlinear, and…
- 2005

We study the transition from incoherence to coherence in large networks of coupled phase oscillators. We present various approximations that describe the behavior of an appropriately defined order parameter past the transition and generalize recent results for the critical coupling strength. We find that, under appropriate conditions, the coupling strength… (More)

- Juan G Restrepo, Edward Ott, Brian R Hunt
- Physical review letters
- 2006

The largest eigenvalue of the adjacency matrix of networks is a key quantity determining several important dynamical processes on complex networks. Based on this fact, we present a quantitative, objective characterization of the dynamical importance of network nodes and links in terms of their effect on the largest eigenvalue. We show how our… (More)

- Daniel B Larremore, Woodrow L Shew, Juan G Restrepo
- Physical review letters
- 2011

The collective dynamics of a network of coupled excitable systems in response to an external stimulus depends on the topology of the connections in the network. Here we develop a general theoretical approach to study the effects of network topology on dynamic range, which quantifies the range of stimulus intensities resulting in distinguishable network… (More)

- Juan G Restrepo, Edward Ott, Brian R Hunt
- Physical review. E, Statistical, nonlinear, and…
- 2007

The largest eigenvalue of the adjacency matrix of a network plays an important role in several network processes (e.g., synchronization of oscillators, percolation on directed networks, and linear stability of equilibria of network coupled systems). In this paper we develop approximations to the largest eigenvalue of adjacency matrices and discuss the… (More)

- Prasanna Madhusudhanan, Juan G. Restrepo, Youjian Eugene Liu, Timothy X. Brown
- GLOBECOM
- 2012

Abstract—In this paper, we consider the downlink signal-tointerference-plus-noise ratio (SINR) analysis in a heterogeneous cellular network with K tiers. Each tier is characterized by a base-station (BS) arrangement according to a homogeneous Poisson point process with certain BS density, transmission power, random shadow fading factors with arbitrary… (More)

This paper studies the carrier-to-interference ratio

- Juan G Restrepo, Edward Ott, Brian R Hunt
- Physical review. E, Statistical, nonlinear, and…
- 2004

We adapt a previous model and analysis method (the master stability function), extensively used for studying the stability of the synchronous state of networks of identical chaotic oscillators, to the case of oscillators that are similar but not exactly identical. We find that bubbling induced desynchronization bursts occur for some parameter values. These… (More)

- Prasanna Madhusudhanan, Juan G. Restrepo, Youjian Eugene Liu, Timothy X. Brown, Kenneth R. Baker
- IEEE Trans. Wireless Communications
- 2014

This paper considers random cellular systems in one, two, or three dimensions. We study the carrierto-interference ratio (CIR) and the carrier-to-interference-plus-noise ratio (CINR) at the mobile-station (MS), by using the so-called shotgun cellular system (SCS) model for the cellular system. In a SCS, the base-stations (BS) are placed randomly according… (More)

We introduce a model to study the effect of degree-frequency correlations on synchronization in networks of coupled oscillators. Analyzing this model, we find several remarkable characteristics. We find a stationary synchronized state that is i) universal, i.e., the degree of synchrony, as measured by a global order parameter, is independent of network… (More)