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A discrete memristor model and its application in the Rulkov neuron

  title={A discrete memristor model and its application in the Rulkov neuron},
  author={Li Liu and Du-Qu Wei},
Abstract:Continuous-time memristor have been widely used in fields such as chaotic oscillating circuits and neuromorphic computing systems, but research on the application of discrete memristors haven’t been noticed yet. In this paper, we designed a new chaotic neuron by applying the discrete model to two-dimensional Rulkov chaotic neuron, and analyzed its dynamical behaviors by extensive experiments involves phase diagram, bifurcation diagram, and spectral entropy complexity algorithm. The… 

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