Desynchronization, Mode Locking, and Bursting in Strongly Coupled Integrate-and-Fire Oscillators


We show how a synchronized pair of integrate-and-fire neural oscillators with noninstantaneous synaptic interactions can destabilize in the strong coupling regime resulting in non-phase-locked behavior. In the case of symmetric inhibitory coupling, desynchronization produces an inhomogeneous state in which one of the oscillators becomes inactive (oscillator… (More)


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