Chimera states for coupled oscillators.

@article{Abrams2004ChimeraSF,
  title={Chimera states for coupled oscillators.},
  author={Daniel M. Abrams and Steven H. Strogatz},
  journal={Physical review letters},
  year={2004},
  volume={93 17},
  pages={
          174102
        }
}
Arrays of identical oscillators can display a remarkable spatiotemporal pattern in which phase-locked oscillators coexist with drifting ones. Discovered two years ago, such "chimera states" are believed to be impossible for locally or globally coupled systems; they are peculiar to the intermediate case of nonlocal coupling. Here we present an exact solution for this state, for a ring of phase oscillators coupled by a cosine kernel. We show that the stable chimera state bifurcates from a… Expand
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