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We report the nature of transitions from the nonsynchronous to a complete synchronization (CS) state in arrays of time-delay systems, where the systems are coupled with instantaneous diffusive coupling. We demonstrate that the transition to CS occurs distinctly for different coupling configurations. In particular, for unidirectional coupling, locally(More)
We report the identification of global phase synchronization (GPS) in a linear array of unidirectionally coupled Mackey-Glass time-delay systems exhibiting highly non-phase-coherent chaotic attractors with complex topological structure. In particular, we show that the dynamical organization of all the coupled time-delay systems in the array to form GPS is(More)
Undergraduate Economics Journal APRIL 2013 ISSUE II STANFORD ECONOMICS ASSOCIATION 2 Dear Reader, On behalf of all of the writers and editors, I would like to thank you for taking the time to read the second edition of the Stanford Undergraduate Economics Journal. All of the writers spent a lot of time on their work and the editors spent a lot of time(More)
We study the effect of coupling delay in a regular network with a ring topology and in a more complex network with an all-to-all (global) topology in the presence of impurities (disorder). We find that the coupling delay is capable of inducing phase-coherent chaotic oscillations in both types of networks, thereby enhancing the spatiotemporal complexity even(More)
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