Engineering Complex Dynamical Structures: Sequential Patterns and Desynchronization

  title={Engineering Complex Dynamical Structures: Sequential Patterns and Desynchronization},
  author={Istv{\'a}n Zolt{\'a}n Kiss and Craig G. Rusin and Hiroshi Kori and John L. Hudson},
  pages={1886 - 1889}
We used phase models to describe and tune complex dynamic structures to desired states; weak, nondestructive signals are used to alter interactions among nonlinear rhythmic elements. Experiments on electrochemical reactions on electrode arrays were used to demonstrate the power of mild model-engineered feedback to achieve a desired response. Applications are made to the generation of sequentially visited dynamic cluster patterns similar to reproducible sequences seen in biological systems and… 

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