Natalia Tukhlina

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We suggest a method for suppression of collective synchrony in an ensemble of all-to-all interacting units. The suppression is achieved by organizing an interaction between the ensemble and a passive oscillator. Technically, this can be easily implemented by a simple feedback scheme. The important feature of our approach is that the feedback signal vanishes(More)
We analyze the delayed feedback approach to suppression of collective synchrony in a population of globally or randomly coupled neurons. In particular, we consider the main factors of imperfection of the control scheme and their influence on the suppression efficiency. Next, with the help of a realistic model of synaptically coupled population of inhibitory(More)
We discuss the suppression of collective synchrony in a system of two interacting oscillatory networks. It is assumed that the first network can be affected by the stimulation, whereas the activity of the second one can be monitored. The study is motivated by ongoing attempts to develop efficient techniques for the manipulation of pathological brain(More)
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