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Empirical orthogonal eigenfunctions are extracted from biomechanical simulations of normal and chaotic vocal fold oscillations. For normal phonation, two dominant empirical eigenfunctions capture the vibration patterns of the folds and exhibit a 1:1 entrainment. The eigenfunctions show some correspondence to theoretical low-order normal modes of a(More)
The potential dependence of resonance conditions for the excitation of surface plasmons was exploited to obtain two-dimensional images of the potential distribution of an electrode with high temporal resolution. This method allows the study of spatiotemporal patterns in electrochemical systems. Potential waves traveling across the electrode with a speed on(More)
The effect of boundaries on pattern formation was studied for the catalytic oxidation of carbon monoxide on platinum surfaces. Photolithography was used to create microscopic reacting domains on polycrystalline foils and single-crystal platinum (110) surfaces with inert titanium overlayers. Certain domain geometries give rise to patterns that have not been(More)
We studied the dynamics of a prototypical electrochemical model, the electro-oxidation of hydrogen in the presence of poisons, under galvanostatic conditions. The lumped system exhibits relaxation oscillations, which develop mixed-mode oscillations (MMOs) for low preset currents. A fast-slow analysis of the homogeneous dynamics reveals that the MMOs arise(More)
We present an example of the practical implementation of a protocol for experimental bifurcation detection based on on-line identification and feedback control ideas. The current experimental practice for the detection of bifurcations involves a cumbersome approach typically requiring long observation times in the vicinity of marginally stable solutions, as(More)
We report stationary, nonequilibrium potential and adsorbate patterns with an intrinsic wavelength that were observed in an electrochemical system with a specific type of current/electrode-potential (I-phi(DL)) characteristic. The patterns emerge owing to the interplay of a self-enhancing step in the reaction dynamics and a long-range inhibition by(More)
The coexistence of coherently and incoherently oscillating parts in a system of identical oscillators with symmetrical coupling, i.e., a chimera state, is even observable with uniform global coupling. We address the question of the prerequisites for these states to occur in globally coupled systems. By analyzing two different types of chimera states found(More)
We investigate the dynamics of a population of globally coupled FitzHugh-Nagumo oscillators with a time-periodic coupling strength. While for synchronizing global coupling, the in-phase state is always stable, the oscillators split into several cluster states for desynchronizing global coupling, most commonly in two, irrespective of the coupling strength.(More)
We investigate the limit sets of a network of coupled Kuramoto oscillators with a coupling matrix determined by a Hebb rule. These limit sets are the output of the network if used for the recognition of a defective binary pattern out of several given patterns, with the output pattern encoded in the oscillators' phases. We show that if all pairs of given(More)
Oscillatory media can exhibit the coexistence of synchronized and desynchronized regions, so-called chimera states, for uniform parameters and symmetrical coupling. In a phase-balanced chimera state, where the totals of synchronized and desynchronized regions, respectively, are of the same size, the symmetry of the system predicts that interchanging both(More)