Vicente Pérez-Muñuzuri

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Phase synchronization is shown to occur between opposite cells of a ring consisting of chaotic Lorenz oscillators coupled unidirectionally through driving. As the coupling strength is diminished, full phase synchronization cannot be achieved due to random generation of phase jumps. The brownian dynamics underlying this process is studied in terms of a(More)
Spatiotemporal stochastic forcing of an ensemble system consisting of chaotic Lorenz cells diffusively coupled is analyzed. The nontrivial effects of time and length correlations on the ensemble mean error and spread are studied and the implications to new trends in weather forecast methodologies are discussed. A maximum for the forecast scores is observed(More)
Traveling fronts are shown to occur in an array of nearest-neighbor coupled symmetric bistable units. When the local dynamics is given by the Lorenz equations we observe the route: standing-->oscillating-->traveling front, as the coupling is increased. A key step in this route is a gluing bifurcation of two cycles in cylindrical coordinates. When this is(More)
Nucleation from a boundary is experimentally and numerically studied in a one-dimensional array in two excitable media consisting of Chua's circuits and the Oregonator model, respectively. Forcing from a boundary with a pulse of constant amplitude and infinite duration gives rise to a periodic wave train propagating through the array. As the amplitude of(More)
The behavior of a system of coupled ordinary differential equations is studied in order to characterize the CA3 region of the hippocampus. Clustering and synchronization behavior in a one-dimensional array of cells modeled by a modified Morris–Lecar model is analyzed in terms of a time delay included in the model. The random formation of phase dislocations(More)
The behavior of diffusively coupled Rössler oscillators parametrically perturbed with an Ornstein–Uhlenbeck noise is analyzed in terms of the degree of synchronization between the cells. A resonance-like behavior is found as a function of the noise correlation time, instead of the noise intensity as it occurs in the typical stochastic resonance. A power law(More)
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