Geometric signature of complex synchronisation scenarios

  title={Geometric signature of complex synchronisation scenarios},
  author={Jan H. Feldhoff and Reik V. Donner and Jonathan F. Donges and Nobert Marwan and Juergen Kurths},
  journal={Europhysics Letters},
Synchronisation between coupled oscillatory systems is a common phenomenon in many natural as well as technical systems. Varying the coupling strength often leads to qualitative changes in the dynamics exhibiting different types of synchronisation. Here, we study the geometric signatures of coupling along with the onset of generalised synchronisation (GS) between two coupled chaotic oscillators by mapping the systems' individual as well as joint recurrences in phase space to a complex network… 

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Geometric signature of complex synchronisation scenarios

  • Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA ,
  • 2008