Effects of gradient coupling on amplitude death in nonidentical oscillators

@article{Liu2012EffectsOG,
  title={Effects of gradient coupling on amplitude death in nonidentical oscillators},
  author={Weiqing Liu and Jinghua Xiao and Lixiang Li and Ye Wu and Min Lu},
  journal={Nonlinear Dynamics},
  year={2012},
  volume={69},
  pages={1041-1050}
}
The effects of the gradient coupling on the amplitude death in an array and a ring of diffusively coupled nonidentical oscillators are explored, respectively. The gradient coupling plays a significant role on the amplitude death dynamics, however, it is strongly related to the boundary conditions of the coupled system. With the increment of the gradient coupling, the domain of the amplitude death is monotonically enlarged in an array of coupled oscillators. However, for a ring of coupled… 

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