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- Ido Kanter, Evi Kopelowitz, +4 authors David C. Cohen
- 2011

The interplay between the topology of cortical circuits and synchronized activity modes in distinct cortical areas is a key enigma in neuroscience. We present a new nonlocal mechanism governing the periodic activity mode: the greatest common divisor (GCD) of network loops. For a stimulus to one node, the network splits into GCD-clusters in which cluster… (More)

- Ido Kanter, Maria Butkovski, +5 authors Wolfgang Kinzel
- Optics express
- 2010

Random bit generators (RBGs) constitute an important tool in cryptography, stochastic simulations and secure communications. The later in particular has some difficult requirements: high generation rate of unpredictable bit strings and secure key-exchange protocols over public channels. Deterministic algorithms generate pseudo-random number sequences at… (More)

- Wolfgang Kinzel, Anja Englert, Georg Reents, Meital Zigzag, Ido Kanter
- Physical review. E, Statistical, nonlinear, and…
- 2009

A network of chaotic units is investigated where the units are coupled by signals with a transmission delay. Any arbitrary finite network is considered where the chaotic trajectories of the uncoupled units are a solution of the dynamic equations of the network. It is shown that chaotic trajectories cannot be synchronized if the transmission delay is larger… (More)

- Meital Zigzag, Maria Butkovski, Anja Englert, Wolfgang Kinzel, Ido Kanter
- Physical review. E, Statistical, nonlinear, and…
- 2010

Zero-lag synchronization (ZLS) between two chaotic systems coupled by a portion of their signal is achieved for restricted ratios between the delays of the self-feedback and the mutual coupling. We extend this scenario to the case of a set of multiple self-feedbacks {Ndi} and a set of multiple mutual couplings {Ncj}. We demonstrate both analytically and… (More)

- Anja Englert, Wolfgang Kinzel, +5 authors Michael Rosenbluh
- Physical review letters
- 2010

Zero-lag synchronization (ZLS) between chaotic units, which do not have self-feedback or a relay unit connecting them, is experimentally demonstrated for two mutually coupled chaotic semiconductor lasers. The mechanism is based on two mutual coupling delay times with certain allowed integer ratios, whereas for a single mutual delay time ZLS cannot be… (More)

- Yaara Aviad, Igor Reidler, Meital Zigzag, Michael Rosenbluh, Ido Kanter
- Optics express
- 2012

Topologies of two, three and four time-delay-coupled chaotic semiconductor lasers are experimentally and theoretically found to show new types of synchronization. Generalized zero-lag synchronization is observed for two lasers separated by long distances even when their self-feedback delays are not equal. Generalized sub-lattice synchronization is observed… (More)

- Yitzhak Peleg, Meital Zigzag, Wolfgang Kinzel, Ido Kanter
- Physical review. E, Statistical, nonlinear, and…
- 2011

A chaotic network of size N with delayed interactions which resembles a pseudoinverse associative memory neural network is investigated. For a load α = P/N < 1, where P stands for the number of stored patterns, the chaotic network functions as an associative memory of 2P attractors with macroscopic basin of attractions which decrease with α. At finite α, a… (More)

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