Collective phase sensitivity.

  title={Collective phase sensitivity.},
  author={Yoji Kawamura and Hiroya Nakao and Kensuke Arai and Hiroshi Kori and Yoshiki Kuramoto},
  journal={Physical review letters},
  volume={101 2},
The collective phase response to a macroscopic external perturbation of a population of interacting nonlinear elements exhibiting collective oscillations is formulated for the case of globally coupled oscillators. The macroscopic phase sensitivity is derived from the microscopic phase sensitivity of the constituent oscillators by a two-step phase reduction. We apply this result to quantify the stability of the macroscopic common-noise-induced synchronization of two uncoupled populations of… CONTINUE READING
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