Emergent Dynamics and Spatio Temporal Patterns on Multiplex Neuronal Networks

  title={Emergent Dynamics and Spatio Temporal Patterns on Multiplex Neuronal Networks},
  author={Umesh Kumar Verma and G. Ambika},
  journal={Frontiers in Computational Neuroscience},
  • U. K. Verma, G. Ambika
  • Published 14 September 2021
  • Physics, Biology, Computer Science
  • Frontiers in Computational Neuroscience
We present a study on the emergence of a variety of spatio temporal patterns among neurons that are connected in a multiplex framework, with neurons on two layers with different functional couplings. With the Hindmarsh-Rose model for the dynamics of single neurons, we analyze the possible patterns of dynamics in each layer separately and report emergent patterns of activity like in-phase synchronized oscillations and amplitude death (AD) for excitatory coupling and anti-phase mixed-mode… 


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