Fast optimal entrainment of limit-cycle oscillators by strong periodic inputs via phase-amplitude reduction and Floquet theory.

  title={Fast optimal entrainment of limit-cycle oscillators by strong periodic inputs via phase-amplitude reduction and Floquet theory.},
  author={Shohei Takata and Yuzuru Kato and Hiroya Nakao},
  volume={31 9},
Optimal entrainment of limit-cycle oscillators by strong periodic inputs is studied on the basis of the phase-amplitude reduction and Floquet theory. Two methods for deriving the input waveforms that keep the system state close to the original limit cycle are proposed, which enable the use of strong inputs for entrainment. The first amplitude-feedback method uses feedback control to suppress deviations of the system state from the limit cycle, while the second amplitude-penalty method seeks an… Expand

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